Blog Posts - Wildflowers Of Scotland



Interview with Sherrie Hansen, Author of SWEET WILLIAM, a Wildflowers of Scotland Romance

Hi, Sherrie. I’m thrilled you have a new book published. What is your book, Sweet William, about? On the outside, Sweet William is about castles, kilts, and cows. It’s about sweet vs. savory – in the kitchen, and in the bedroom. It’s about fa...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Jul 7, 2016

No Blues at the Blue Belle Inn

I went from one mostly consonant-free state to another. Ohio. Iowa. A measly two consonants between them. No wonder I got them mixed up when I was very young! Jeff and I had been to Iowa once a long time ago. We often reminisced about a motel near Am...
by Bertram's Blog on May 10, 2016

This Party is So Much Fun, I Wish it Never Had to End by Sherrie Hansen

We’ve been saying a lot of goodbyes lately. Last weekend, we drove 350 miles to help Mark’s aunt and uncle celebrate 50 years of marriage and to see relatives who came from Mississippi, California and North Dakota for the festivities. … Con...
by Second Wind Publishing on Jul 26, 2015

Blue Belles in May – What Can I Say? by Sherrie Hansen

In Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota, where I’ve lived the bulk of my life, the bluebells bloom around the first week of May and are usually at their peak on Mother’s Day. this year, we’ve had a long, hard winter, … Continue reading &#...
by Second Wind Publishing on Apr 26, 2014

Legends Galore, Buried Treasure and More… by Sherrie Hansen

Isabelle doesn’t want to be found. Michael doesn’t want to be found out. But when Damon starts searching for the centuries-old gold he thinks is buried in the bay, everyone is in danger. A reporter from Virginia and a psychologist … Continu...
by Second Wind Publishing on Feb 26, 2014

Legends Galore, Buried Treasure and More… by Sherrie Hansen

Isabelle doesn’t want to be found. Michael doesn’t want to be found out. But when Damon starts searching for the centuries-old gold he thinks is buried in the bay, everyone is in danger. A reporter from Virginia and a psychologist … Continu...
by Second Wind Publishing on Feb 26, 2014

Wildflowers in Winter by Sherrie Hansen

  I woke up this morning filled with sweet memories of a Merry Christmas spent with my family, prepared to do a “Twas the day after Christmas” blog, but then I looked outside. Here in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota, … Continue r...
by Second Wind Publishing on Dec 26, 2013

The Doors of Dorney, Scotland by Sherrie Hansen

I have a confession to make. I’ve never been to Dorney. I’ve been as close as Eilean Donan Castle, but I was in a hurry to get to Fort William, and I never thought to go up into the village. … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Nov 26, 2013

The Doors of Dorney, Scotland by Sherrie Hansen

I have a confession to make. I’ve never been to Dorney. I’ve been as close as Eilean Donan Castle, but I was in a hurry to get to Fort William, and I never thought to go up into the village. … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on Nov 26, 2013

A Rose Parade by Sherrie Hansen

Long ago, as 2008 was turning to 2009, I wrote a piece on the color rose for a group at Gather.com called Rainbow Connections. The group was born out of my love for rainbows and each week, I explored the … Continue reading →...
by Second Wind Publishing on May 27, 2013

Do You Dream in Color? by Sherrie Hansen

I’ve been getting to know all kinds of colorful characters from Loch Awe, Scotland, as I put the finishing touches on my upcoming release, Wild Rose, and my eShort prequel, Thistle Down. In my spare time, I’ve been painting the … Co...
by Second Wind Publishing on Mar 27, 2013


Trending Topics

Close