“And the Best Supporting Role” Blog Hop Continues!

Please follow a fab blog hop that celebrates the favorite supporting characters of some authors you love already and some of have yet to meet. Personally, I am on Friday, December 9, but I encourage you to visit the authors’ posts listed below to learn more of the best of the best. Each post will appear on Helen Hollick’s “Of History and Kings” Blog. 

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We all know the protagonist is the hero (or anti-hero!) of a novel. He or she usually has a companion main character, often the ‘love interest’ or maybe the stalwart side-kick, but what about that next rank down: the supporting role guy or gal? You know, the one who doesn’t get Best Actor, but Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars. I thought it time that some of these supporting cast characters had a chance to step from the shadows of novels and have a turn in the limelight.

PLUS! something for the intrepid author to answer. Each author can invite six fictional characters (not their own!) to Christmas Dinner – who will they invite? 

Here are our participating authors – but who will be their Supporting Role Characters? Join us each day!

Here is the schedule: 

December 6 ~  Inge H Borg and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 7 ~ Matthew Harffy and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 8 ~ Alison Morton and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 9 ~ Regina Jeffers and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 10 ~ Anna Belfrage and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 11 ~ Christoph Fischer and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 12 ~ Pauline Barclay and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 13 ~ Antoine Vanner and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 14 ~ Annie Whitehead and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 15 ~ Derek Birks and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 16 ~ Carolyn Hughes and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE
December 17 ~ Helen Hollick and the Supporting Character Post is found HERE

 

I will be featuring one of my favorite characters, Adam Lawrence, Viscount Stafford, who has made an appearance in nearly a dozen of my books: The Phantom of Pemberley, His American Heartsong, A Touch of Velvet, A Touch of Grace, A Touch of Mercy, A Touch of Love, A Touch of Honor, and Mr. Darcy’s Bargain. Adam received his own book in His Irish Eve. He is something of a scoundrel, but I am certain you will learn to love him as much as I do. 

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About reginajeffers

Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.
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2 Responses to “And the Best Supporting Role” Blog Hop Continues!

  1. BeckyC says:

    Regina, what an interesting blog hop. I will try to follow and I will definitely come visit you. I miss the series and have thought many times to read back through. I am excited to revisit the viscount.

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