Bound By A Scandalous Secret is released today! Genna’s story begins in the Christmas season of 1815 and ends at Christmas 1816. The gifts Genna and Ross share on that first Christmas are meaningful, but not valuable. When I strive to give gifts, I always hope to make them meaningful, but I’m rarely successful, so I … Continue reading Release Day!
I did it again! I totally forgot that I write a blog for Thursday. No excuses except for a bad memory, but I am working hard on finishing Book 2 in the Scandalous Summerfield series. Book 1, Bound By Duty, will appear in bookstores on March 17. (I have a new contest, too, with a … Continue reading Forgotten Thursday
The winner of Sally Eggert’s In The Dark is….. Caryn Moya Block Caryn, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address for a kindle download of In The Dark. Thanks, everyone, for commenting on Sally’s debut!
I had the pleasure of awarding the grand prize for our Harlequin Historical Authors Holiday Giveaway this year. The winner of a Kindle Fire HDX Wi Fi is…. Jennifer L from Washington State Jennifer, look for an email from me! Thanks to all the entrants and daily winners for making our giveaway such a success … Continue reading Grand Prize Winner of the Harlequin Historical Authors Holiday Giveaway
The winner of my prize for the Harlequin Historical Authors Holiday Giveaway is…. Lorraine H from Cardiff My contest day has ended, but you can still enter now for a chance at the grand prize of a Kindle Fire HDX WiFi. Plus you might still win my website contest prize, ending January 1. See how … Continue reading Release Day Winner and Celebration
Today I’m at Risky Regencies, sharing my Amazon Book Wish List? Do you have a book wish list? What books are on it?
Tomorrow I’m off to the New Jersey Romance Writers Conference and I can’t wait. I haven’t been to this conference in years and I’ve always enjoyed it tremendously. What makes this year even more special is that my A Reputation for Notoriety is a finalist for Best Historical in the Golden Leaf Contest. I must … Continue reading New Jersey Here I Come!
At Risky Regencies today I’m blogging about Edgar Allan Poe, who died on this date in 1849. What does Edgar Allan Poe have to do with the Regency? Come to Risky Regencies to find out.
For as long as I can remember I’ve been on the search for the perfect haircut and the perfect purse. I have an almost perfect purse. This one is the right size. It is leather. It has all the zippered sections I could want, and it isn’t filled with a lot of metal chains and … Continue reading The Perfect (and Contest Winner Announcement)
Today at Risky Regencies I’m talking about my favorite villain, Thomas from Downton Abbey. See why I went from hissing at Thomas to rooting for him! And here’s a great interview from Season 1 with actor Rob James-Collier who plays Thomas and Dan Stevens who plays Matthew Have a great week!