I've been asked a few times about my inspiration for "The Wentworth Legacy" and so here it is. When we moved to Long Island in 1971, I was exposed to the life of the old money. My mother-in-law had remarried after her husband died to a member of what I considered the upper class of the … Continue reading What was the inspiration for your recent novel, “The Wentworth Legacy”?
Is there a pot of gold for us lovers of roses? For all the Irish in all of us, we can say we have a green rose, not St. Patrick rose which only has a tint of green, but a real green rose. It is Viridiflora ‘Rosa Monstrosa’ otherwise known as The Green Rose. … Continue reading The Green Rose for St. Patrick’s Day
Help us battle kidney disease. Many Americans know nothing about kidney disease until it is too late. My husband was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) just over a year ago, Feb. 1, 2016 to be exact. He was not feeling good since July the year before but his doctor could not find anything wrong with … Continue reading Charleston Kidney Walk for National Kidney Foundation
Goodreads Book Giveaway The Wentworth Legacy by Rosalinda Rosales Morgan Giveaway ends February 28, 2017. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter Giveaway Don’t miss the chance to win a signed copy of "The Wentworth Legacy" by Rosalinda R Morgan at Goodreads Giveaways. Enter for a chance to win now. Giveaways ends on Feb. … Continue reading Goodreads Giveaway ends Feb. 28
I received this review today from Kirkus Reviews: "This plot-driven, emotionally complex tale effectively details Spencer’s determination to sacrifice his own happiness in favor of his family’s success. . . With harrowing intensity, Morgan also illustrates the pervasive anxiety just before a disastrous era hit. Overall, she delivers an engrossing love story while also depicting surprising … Continue reading “The Wentworth Legacy” reviewed by Kirkus
When I heard about the hullabaloo about the Women’s March, I could not help thinking about my grandmother portrayed in my book called “The Iron Butterfly” Unlike the boisterous women some of the marchers were, my grandmother tackled the equality rights silently some 90 years ago when equality rights were still unheard of. She had … Continue reading Women’s March and “The Iron Butterfly”
Until next time – Stop and smell the roses. Rosalinda, The Rose Lady Rosalinda Morgan Author & Garden Writer