George Square and, maybe, the Street where you live


The Menzieses' House No 20

The Menzieses’ House No 20

Bella’s Betrothal is set in George Square, Edinburgh. George Square is called after George Brown, the brother of the architect, and not after a Royal personage. It’s an historical romance so apologies to the contemporary occupants of No 20.

My friend has just alerted me to a google map produced by Edinburgh City Libraries.

It looks like a lot of fun although an awful lot of the blurbs contain young ladies found naked and dead. Bella’s Betrothal celebrates intelligent gifted women and is a lot more appropriate for an upbeat approach to International Woman’s Day, I think. Not that I believe the battle is won. Sadly, there’s a long way to go in winning hearts and minds.

Bella’s Betrothal

Back to that map. Bella’s Betrothal isn’t on it because at present the book is electronic medium only. You can buy, at a very reasonable price, from most reputable online stores. Here’s a few for starters:

amazon, amazon US omnilit Barnes & Noble Kobo



Bella’s Betrothal a few buy links

Bella's Betrothal

Bella’s Betrothal

Bella’s Betrothal is available from my lovely publishers, MuseItUp here:

From Amazon:
UK here:
US here:
Also in Canada, Australia and elsewhere folks, but I can’t access the links.

From Barnes and Noble here:

From smashwords here:

I hope those of you who enjoyed Mariah’s Marriage will find this one as entertaining and those of you who are new to my writing will enjoy. The book only really exists when you the readers have read.