HEAs for Tragic Characters

Fiction writers are clever people. They just are. I’m frequently impressed by their ingenuity. There’s nothing I like better than to begin reading a novel—smugly thinking that I’ve already figured out the ending—only to discover the author has crafted a … Continue reading

A Georgian Staycation

Yesterday I went to the dentist, which was pretty exciting when you consider it’s the only planned outing I’ve had during the entire month of August. With the exception of a couple of visits with my son and grand-dog, weekly … Continue reading

Pride and Prejudice and My Fantasy Library

I’ve been pretty quiet here on my blog for the last few months, but there’s a reason for that (as the saying goes). Today I’m on Austen Authors talking about a big life change I made and how it impacts one of my favorite fantasies. Just click on the image below to read on:

Lydia Bennet: She’s Just a Girl Who Can’t Say No

Hello, Austen Lovers! Can you believe the month of May is coming to an end? Sometimes it seems time is passing so slowly; and yet, we’re nearing the half-way mark of 2020 with surprising speed! In my home state of … Continue reading