Another Rebecca? Perhaps.

October 9, 2017 by - 5 Comments

  On Friday a friend told me that there’s yet another re-imagining of Daphne DuMaurier’s novel, Rebecca, in the works. Rebecca is the iconic 1938 suspense tale about an unnamed young heroine who, while working as a companion to a snobbish old woman, meets Maxim, the man of her dreams. He carries her off to Manderley, the family pile, …Read More

Charlotte in Paperback!

October 25, 2016 by - 1 Comment

  In all the excitement of having The Abandoned Heart coming out earlier this month, I don’t want to forget about Charlotte’s Story coming out in paperback today. Okay, I wouldn’t really forget. That would be like forgetting one of my children. Charlotte’s Story is the second Bliss House novel. I re-read Daphne DuMaurier’s Rebecca twice as …Read More

Mrs. de Winter, I Presume?

July 24, 2008 by - 1 Comment

It seems I mention the novel REBECCA a lot. But I love Hitchcock’s film as well. Have you seen the BBC program That Mitchell and Webb Look? They do a lot of funny things, but this sketch is brilliant!

From the Sublime to the Fjords

July 3, 2008 by - 1 Comment

Seems I’ve been tagged by my new friend, JJ Cooper. And because he’s a new friend, I’m inclined to indulge him…. He wants to know my favorite line. Hm. Books? Film? Pick-up? Since we both write novels, I’ll go with books. My very favorite is a no-brainer: “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley …Read More