17 thoughts on “Author Spotlight no.152 – Sherry Gloag

    • Sherry Gloag says:

      🙂 Thanks for adding the additonal pics, Morgen. There were so many I found to choose fromm it made it hard to whittle them down to these four. I included the Mountain Pass town of Irun, because some folk were confusing it with the country Iran.

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  1. Marti O says:

    Sounds like a very interesting book. I can really get carried away with research sometimes, so I can imagine how time consuming your research was. But look what a lovely book it got for you!

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  2. Patricia Kiyono says:

    Wonderful post, Sherry. I enjoyed history and even have a history endorsement on my teaching certificate, but I didn’t know about the time and place for Vidal’s Honor. It’s on my ipad, all set for me to read – soon!

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    • Sherry Gloag says:

      Thanks David, I appreciate your company here. And yes I enjoyed writing Vidal’s Honor, and am working on a follow-on for the other two ‘not quite main characters’. So am back in my research camp again 🙂 Thanks for your kind words and wishes.
      All the best to you and yours for 2013

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  3. Lindsay says:

    Wonderful post Sherry. When I also took the regency challenge I had to do a lot of research which slowed the initial writing process down. Now I’m glad i did as I’m working on my next book.

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