Author Archives: Becky Lower

About Becky Lower

Becky Lower has traveled the country looking for great settings for her novels. She loves to write about two people finding each other and falling in love, amid the backdrop of a great setting, be it on a covered wagon headed west in the 1850s or present day middle America. Historical and contemporary romances are her specialty. Becky is a PAN member of RWA and is a member of the Historic and Contemporary RWA chapters. She has a degree in English and Journalism from Bowling Green State University, and lives in an eclectic college town in Ohio with her puppy-mill rescue dog, Mary. She loves to hear from her readers at beckylowerauthor@gmail.com. Visit her website at www.beckylowerauthor.com

Ezra Meeker And The Oregon Trail

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Tide, Wind, and Timeline

Originally posted on History Imagined:
The need for an accurate, believable timeline challenges any storyteller’s craft. Writing historical fiction makes this problem especially complex. A number of complicating factors can wreak havoc with the timeline, and my newest release has…

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Grand Celebrations: Recall, Retell, Reenact

Originally posted on History Imagined:
Great events deserve celebration. Memorials and celebrations help children and adults alike learn from the past for the benefit of the future. With that in mind, this has been a great week for historic anniversaries.…

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Final Weekend To Save!

Two historical romances set in America in the 1850s are on sale this weekend only, as part of Amazon’s Kindle Christmas Deal. For 99 cents each, you can own these two books about the turbulent times leading up to the … Continue reading

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Everything I know about writing I learned from my dog.

I welcomed my dog, a pure-bred Havanese, into my home almost a year ago. She had been a puppy mill breed dog for five years, and was understandably frightened of everything. I spent months coaxing her into my chair and … Continue reading

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