Category Archives: Tales of the Scrimshaw Doll

I’m In A Boxed Anthology!!

A group of Oklahoma authors were invited to write a series of short stories with a recurring theme based on the curse of a Scrimshaw doll: In the late seventeenth century, a zealously protective father feared his daughter’s betrothed would betray her. A gypsy attempted to … Continue reading

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Touchy Subjects

I’m blogging today on the Tales of the Scrimshaw Blog.  Come by and join me!  Be sure to leave a comment!  I’d love to hear from you. http://talesofthescrimshawdoll.wordpress.com/2013/08/28/touchy-subjects-by-heidi-vanlandingham/

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Obsess Much?

What is obsession? In my novella, Trail of Hope, my heroine Sophia Deveraux is stalked and traumatized by an obsessed soldier.   The word ‘obsession’ automatically makes me think of the 1987 movie Fatal Attraction. Michael Douglas’ character has a … Continue reading

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