Hard though it may be to believe, I've now got several books out.  But I haven't forgotten about my garden, either, and will be working on new articles about roses and Old Garden Roses in the months ahead. 


Big Note for Rose Lovers: I finally got my hands on a copy of Jules. Gravereaux's 1912 list of the roses grown at Malmaison, La Malmaison. les roses de l'impératrice Jospéhine. With that in hand, I'll be posting a list of those roses, along with other relevant information. Sadly, while there was never a list made of the roses grown at Malmaison during it's height, Gravereaux made the best attempt at creating such a list. The list will be created on my Amy Corwin author site. The list is under construction now.


 I'm also planning on putting together a collection of Civil War letters from my great-grandfather, for those interested in such things.

For those of you who are desperately searching for a gift, especially one for yourself, how about a cookbook?

It took several months, but I transcribed my grandmother's handwritten cookbook--filled with recipes from the Great Depression through the early 1960's. There are close to 200 recipes, including dozens of cakes, pies, and cookies.  It may be just the thing to give as a gift, or buy it for yourself to make something special when you're hosting a party. Or just need something to cheer yourself up.  It's called The Rowley Cookbook--just click on the title or the book cover if you need a gift for someone who has everything!
The Rowley Cookbook is also available from Amazon.com.

For those following my career as a writer, my pseudonym is Amy Corwin and I write classic Regency romances and mysteries:  http://www.amycorwin.com. To find out more, check out my list of books at http://www.amycorwin.com/books.htm .





Books by Amy Corwin
The Dead Man's View

 Amy Corwin