To everyone who read one of my stories or novels this year . . . Thank you! I’m grateful you chose to join me in my Regency-inspired world. I appreciate every review you left; your comments and feedback about Mary … Continue reading
Congratulations go to Anita (alp1788) who won the Netherfield Library prize package I offered exclusively to readers of Austenesque Reviews. Anita, your prize package is already on it’s way to you. Congratulations!
Last week I had the good fortune to visit Meredith Esparza’s blog, Austenesque Reviews, where Meredith and I talked about my new book, Mary and the Captain. This was my first appearance at Austenesque Reviews, and I was so excited … Continue reading
Today I’m on Austenesque Reviews to talk about Mary and the Captain and announce a fabulous GIVEAWAY of prizes inspired by Mr. Bingley’s Netherfield library. Join me there!
Good news! Mary and the Captain is now available in paperback on Amazon. You can also find Mary and the Captain in print at BarnesandNoble.com beginning next week. I’ll post an update here as soon as I have an exact … Continue reading
I’ve been fascinated by English nobility for as long as I can remember. And like most writers who pen stories set in the era of Regency England, I’ve made a study of the peerage with its ranks and titles, hierarchies … Continue reading
Mary and the Captain was so much fun to write! As part of my writing process I collected several images that helped inspire (directly and indirectly) different scenes in the story. I thought I’d share a few of those images … Continue reading
I’m about half-way through the first draft of my next book (tentatively titled The Company She Keeps). In one of the early chapters there’s a ball at the home of the fictional Lady Pangborn. You may have noticed that balls, … Continue reading
The hero in my book Miss Hamilton’s Hero is Owen Kendrick, a young man who inherited a vast estate near Brighton. On the estate is a folly, which Owen promised to show Miss Hamilton on one of their morning horseback … Continue reading
Miss Hamilton’s Hero is now available on Kindle! I had such a good time updating the story (it was originally published by Zebra Books in 1999) and preparing it for a new audience of readers. I especially love the cover … Continue reading