Valentine’s Day

Now that Valentine’s Day is over…

(via 5 Epic Breakups – History Lists)

Portrait Lady Caroline Lamb. (Credit: Public Domain)
Portrait Lady Caroline Lamb. (Credit: Public Domain)
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor in England. (Credit: Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor in England. (Credit: Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Josephine kneels before Napoleon during his coronation at Notre Dame. (Credit: Public Domain)
Josephine kneels before Napoleon during his coronation at Notre Dame. (Credit: Public Domain)
Portrait of Henry VIII. (Credit: Public Domain)
Portrait of Henry VIII. (Credit: Public Domain)
Hand colored print of Lincoln greeting people with Mary Todd Lincoln at left. (Credit: The Washington Post/Getty Images)
Hand colored print of Lincoln greeting people with Mary Todd Lincoln at left. (Credit: The Washington Post/Getty Images)

Something Romantic for Valentine’s Day

Read my Scottish time travel romance, This Moment, in this free short story anthology.

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Sailor’s Valentine:

Valentine’s Day has been celebrated for centuries. By the 1790s, romantic cards were being given to that “special” person…

…One of the most famous of these is the “sailor’s valentine.”