By Veronica Forand I just returned from a ten-day journey through Scotland. I had a car and lots of enthusiasm. Although my mother, my daughter, and I have read Outlander, by Diana Galbaldon, none of the other seven people had ever seen the series. This did not deter me from guiding everyone to some of… Read More
A top ten finalist in James Patterson’s Co-Author Competition and a triple finalist in the Daphne Du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/ Suspense, Veronica Forand is an attorney and a novelist. She’s lived in Boston, London, Paris, Geneva, and Washington, DC and currently resides near Philadelphia. An avid traveler, she loves to roam across continents with her husband and kids in pursuit of skiing, scuba diving, and finding the perfect piece of chocolate.
By Veronica Forand The news from Manchester, England spilled onto my newsfeed like one of those unplanned, heart-wrenching phone calls received in the middle of the night. The deaths at the concert, however, were orchestrated to provide maximum psychological damage. Attack the children. Rip out the hearts of the adults. The plan for the most… Read More
By Veronica Forand An idealized writer’s life includes a veranda over looking the Pacific Ocean and majestic sunsets. Margaritas optional. Most writers, however, are stuck at a kitchen table, a converted closet with a snack tray, and a back porch overlooking the neighbor’s back porch. Writers are creative people. We don’t have to remain stuck… Read More
by Veronica Forand and Susan Scott Shelley The hero of Flirting on Ice is a professional hockey player, and because we are both fans of the sport (Veronica’s favorite team is the Boston Bruins and Susan’s is the New York Rangers), we thought it would be fun to share some fun facts about the sport… Read More
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Absinthe…the seductive killer sweet of Gilded Age New Orleans
Greetings! During the frosty, dark nights of December, I always crave killer sweets. Sweets like chocolate marshmallow fudge. And glazed gingerbread. And cinnamon-sugared crullers. And as I write the sequel to Fanny Newcomb and the Irish Channel Ripper—which takes place in 1889 New Orleans—I’ve been lusting after that city’s most popular killer sweet: creamy pecan… Read More