How to Get Away with Myrtle

#Myrtle Mondays: Victorian Advertising

Dear Readers, There’s just ONE WEEK LEFT before the fabulous Two-Book Launch Event Extravanganza for the Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries, Premeditated Myrtle and How to Get Away with Myrtle!  Marketing common sense tells me I should be showering you with reminders to BUY BUY BUY!! …but that seems a little coarse. Instead, I’ll show you some fabulous Victorians… Read more »

#MyrtleMondays: Victorian Cats

It’s been a hectic week here! The website was down for maintenance this weekend, I’ve been finishing up a bunch of Myrtle-adjacent work projects (Exciting Things are Afoot!), getting ready for houseguests, and feeling like I’m running around in a bit of a fog. Seeing everything going on out in the real world, I’m guessing… Read more »

#MyrtleMondays: All Aboard! Trains in Victorian England

If you had to choose one feature that exemplifies Victorian England, railways (or railroads as we know them in the US) would not be a bad choice. The railway transformed everyday life for all classes of English people, changing not only the landscape, but industry, leisure, and more.