Category: 4. A Parcel for Prudence

Celebrating Women’s History Month: Cécile Pearl Cornioley

On September 22, 1943, Pearl parachuted into Occupied France. She was not yet thirty years old. She assumed the identity of a French national named Pauline and the codename, Wrestler. In wireless transmissions back to England, she was “Marie.” In Occupied France, she worked as a courier for Maurice Southgate. She often traveled by train, and as a way to disguise her intent, carried with her “pro-Nazi” French magazines. Henri’s father owned a cosmetics company named Isabelle Lancray, and Pearl had paperwork that provided a cover story of a cosmetic saleswoman to help explain why she traveled so much.

Monday Morning Coffee and Chat 1/14/19 – The Virtues and Valor Series

I really appreciate all of the questions that I get from my readers. Today I’m answering the question, answering the question, “I love love the Virtues and Valor Series! Do you plan to write more in that series?”

Monday Morning Chat 2/12/18 – Writing the Virtues and Valor Series – and a GIVEAWAY!!

Hello! Welcome to Monday morning coffee and chat!

I really appreciate all of the questions that I get from my readers. Today I’m talking about the challenges I faced while writing the Virtues and Valor Series.

Monday Morning Chat: My Favorite Time Period

Hello! Welcome to Monday morning coffee and chat!

Today I’m answering the question:

You wrote a series set in World War II. Is that your favorite time period?

The Amazing Stories That Inspired A Parcel for Prudence, Book 4 of the Virtues and Valor Serialized Story

Here are the amazing stories that inspired the writing of A Parcel for Prudence, Part 4 of the Virtues and Valor Serialized Story.

A Parcel for Prudence is Now Available!

The exciting Virtues and Valor serialized story continues with book 4!