← Diane's Most Recent Posts

Blog Navigation →


Is February  too late for a New Year’s resolution?

I am resolving to resume my Thursday blogging. I went on a long hiatus, but I resolve to do better.

I plan to continue sharing interesting Regency research items, writing news, and snippets from my travels and everyday life.

This year, on March 21, the fourth book in my Scandalous Summerfields series, Bound By Their Secret Passion, will be released, telling Lorene and Dell’s story. I must admit I’m a little sad to see this series come to an end.

I’ve also been involved in a special project for Harlequin Historical. More on that in later days!

I’m also planning to join my friend, Kristine Hughes Patrone, of Number One London Tours,  on one of the fantastic tours she has planned for 2017.

Here’s the list:

The Regency Tour
including tours of Regency London, Brighton, the Royal Pavilion, Polesden Lacey, the Regency Townhouse and Buckingham Palace.

The 1815 Tour: London to Waterloo
First the sights and experiences of Regency London, including Apsley House, Wellington’s London home, and a special 1815 tour of the V&A. Then on to Brussels and Waterloo with acclaimed author Ian Fletcher.

A Week At the Lake
Tours of the country houses of the Lake District. Cruises on two of the lakes. Even a steam railroad journey.

The Queen Victoria Tour
Tours of Victorian London, Brighton and Windsor to see Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, the Royal Pavilion, Windsor Castle, Osborne House, Frogmore House, and more.

A Stay In The Cotswolds
Tours of Blenheim Palace, Sizencote House and Sudeley Castle. Visits to Stratford Upon Avon, Winchcombe and Stow on Wold, Oxford and Highgrove.

The Country House Tour
Visits to Wentworth Woodhouse, Sutton Scarsdale, Sudbury Hall, Calke Abbey, Kedleston Hall, Hardwicke Hall, Haddon Hall, Chatsworth House and Tatton Park.
And more.

The Scottish Castles Tour
Visits to Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood House, Inverary Castle, Glamis Castle, Blair Castle and Stirling Castle, an afternoon cruise on Loch Lomond, shopping
at the House of Bruar. And more.

Don’t they all sound fabulous?

I’m not sure which one I’m going on (or which two!) but I’m definitely going!

Which one would you pick?

1 Comment

Post a Comment

Your email is never published or shared.