Charlotte Wimpole is two parts Jo March, two parts Anne Shirley, and one part Pollyanna in "Growing Up Victorian."Welcome and thanks for stopping by. I have finally revamped my antiquated HTML-based website. Until recently, I’ve only published eBooks. Now I’ve decided to pull most of them, re-edit, and relaunch myself with print and eBooks throughout the coming year. I have also achieved professional editing status and so have over twenty of my books to re-edit … yes, it will take awhile.

Check my editing services under the “EDITING” tab. They are the most thorough for the most affordable prices.

My six children’s eBooks (five middle grade and one chapter book) are still available on Amazon and Barnes and Nobel under my pseudonym Dana Palladino.

Here are my two current writing/re-writing projects. (Click on pics to learn more)

tiger_lores4A historical Civil War trilogy about women who disguised themselves as men to fight for their causes. This was a stand-alone novel that has been divided into two novels, and the third is currently being written. None are released yet. (Why did I use A Historical instead of An historical? See A – AN in the Grammar and Style volume in my new Writing Mastery Seiries.)

Two books in a new series titled, Writing Mastery Series is in the works. They contain over seventeen years of information I compiled while mastering the art myself. The first volume is Grammar and Style. The second is Mastering the Craft. Both should be launched by spring of 2017.

Please check my bio for information on me (and my lovely wife) as well as my “works”  coming available throughout 2017. (click on pics to learn more)

Free help for writers is now available on my Writing Mastery blog.

I write almost exclusively about empowered women and girls. Check out my blog Female Trailblazers of the 1800s concerning non-fictional women who strove to break nineteenth-century glass ceilings.

Thank you and enjoy exploring my site.

All written material on this site is copyrighted and can only be reproduced with permission from the author, Eugene Orlando.

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