Miniature in the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

Miniature in the Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

* For an update, check out my post from March 2021: “Over the Weekend I Pretend I’m a Writer.” 

As of November 2017, I’ve been at work on a new historical novel. (Yes, it takes a while, especially when one is a mom.) Set in both 1804 and 2004 in Charleston, South Carolina, it’s a time-jump, time-slip, historical adventure, featuring a dual timeline involving art history, social upheaval, and a huge family mystery. The 1804 scenes are told from the point of view of a miniature portraitist named Daniel; the 2004 scenes from the point of view of an art historian and restorer named Gamble.

I’m currently working with my literary agent on this manuscript; all kinds of revision are in my future. Writing a novel is not for the faint of heart.

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