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Cynthia Ripley Miller
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On the Edge of Sunrise: One Woman’s Journey Leads to a Dream Realized
On the Edge of Sunrise: One Woman’s Journey Leads to a Dream Realized

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My thoughts about the evolution of the historical romance genre. 'The Romantic Historical Genre: a Hybrid'
http://www.cynthiaripleymiller.com/blog/
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Started the day with a great review at Back Porchevations.
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Visit my interview with Heather on her blog at The Maiden's Court. She had some fabulous questions for me that range from the setting of my novel to what inspired me through the challenges of publishing in today's market.   
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On the Edge of Sunrise is featured on the Goodreads forum Romantic Historical Reviews, today.  There is a contest for a free copy. Come take a look. :-)
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Not too long ago people had some interesting ideas about medicine and disease.
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Visit my interview at Helen Hollick's blog today about my Roman novel On the Edge of Sunrise http://ofhistoryandkings.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/tuesday-talk-guest-c-ripley-3-nov.html
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Signs & Symbols fun facts: Love & Marriage

Years ago in Istanbul, I bought a Turkish wedding ring more commonly known as a puzzle ring. The other night, I took it off and it fell apart. While trying to put it back together, I was reminded of how challenging the puzzle could be and was forced to watch a tutorial on line!! 

The story behind the ring tells that if a wife were unfaithful while her husband was at war and took off the ring, she would not be able to put it back together.  The husband would discover the truth upon his return.  In Love & Marriage symbolism, the puzzle ring stands for faithfulness.   #Istanbul   #Love    #Symbol   #marriage  
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Do you ever have a bad hair day?  I do. Here's an ancient Roman woman who had it figured out. Just wrap a band around your head. Love it! #History #Art #Fashion
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Some beautiful ancient Roman jewelry still worn today. They had some bling! http://www.cynthiaripleymiller.com/roman-jewelry-brooches-and-fibulas/
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Here is a great and easy Tuscan dish that my mom made regularly.  
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