Author Archives: Caroline Warfield

About Caroline Warfield

Traveler, adventurer, writer of historical romance. Enamored of owls, books, history, and beautiful gardens (but not the actual act of gardening).

5 Ways to Keep Your Focus

It has been a long hellish stretch of weeks, none more than this last. It is impossible to put fingers to keyboard and not think about George Floyd and the wide implications of his treatment, but I said my piece, … Continue reading

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Give Me an Island and a Good Book

In these current Interesting Times, do you ever feel like you’re living on a desert island? You’re stranded with the people you washed ashore with, supplies only come in on the occasional wave, and one day looks just like the … Continue reading

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Here’s to the Light’s Victory

The days grow dark, we sink into the long winter nights, and something in our heart calls out for light. Is it any wonder civilization after religion after civilization celebrates the return of light just after nights reach their longest … Continue reading

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The Quintessential Veteran

The year has slipped into November and Halloween is behind us—though candy lingers—and the big holidays loom in front. Looking forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas, it is easy to slide right past a more somber one that is right in … Continue reading

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Holding the Fort at HRR

This week I’ve been hobnobbing with readers and writers at the Historical Romance Retreat at the historic (what else would it be) Mission Inn in Riverside California. This year I dragged Beloved along if only so he could see this … Continue reading

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At the Shore…

While many, perhaps even most, SMP Authors hit the Big Apple, networking at the RWA National 2019 Conference, I was walking on the shore at Cape May Point, enjoying birds, dolphins, and the hypnotic effect of waves. You see, I … Continue reading

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Let’s Pretend!

Back in the days of free-range childhood, I thrived on “let’s pretend.” We played Pioneers, Superheroes, the regrettable  Cowboys-and-Indians, and endless games of “House.” We were army brats and WWII was only a few years behind our families, so “War” … Continue reading

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The Holiday Table

Easter is upon us again, and many of you will celebrate with family (one into which you were born or one you’ve chosen) around a holiday meal. As we do this, I am struck once again the extent to which … Continue reading

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