Category Archives: Suzanne Jenkins

Love a Long Time Ago …

Love a Long Time Ago …

…Is the Same Today, but with Different Hairstyles Writing historical fiction is liberating, with a caveat…don’t forget to eliminate all references to electronics. In my contribution to Rebels, Rogues, and Romantics, leaving those common details out of The Liberation of Ravenna Morton was actually easy, because she lives the same now in her cabin on… Continue Reading

I Imagined I Was the Woman in the Photo

I Imagined I Was the Woman in the Photo

A reblog from Uvi Poznansky’s Blog The summer before my senior year of high school, the first where I’d be alone, getting through each day became my secondary objective, my primary still hoping to work at the magazine someday. Part of making it a reality was giving the goal credence by sharing my hopes outside… Continue Reading

Rebels, Rogues, and Romantics!

Available on Amazon now!   He’s too much a REBEL! I could never love anyone as inconsiderate and rash or coarse. Such a ROGUE. I can’t abide someone who can’t or won’t follow the rules or obey the law of the land. His smile, his soft voice, those gentle words… He’s so ROMANTIC. How could… Continue Reading

A Hobby Morphs to Passion

A Hobby Morphs to Passion

Whispers of the Past   Note: It’s no secret that I’m a recluse. Although I’m a member of several writing groups including the wonderful San Diego chapter of the Romance Writers of America, because I don’t venture out to meetings, my contact with other authors tends to be online, especially Facebook. Owen shared his exciting… Continue Reading