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Celebrating the Release of “Christmas Ever After” Anthology + a Giveaway

Today, Christmas Ever After will be available from Dreamstone Publishing. It is an anthology of Regency Christmas novellas from Victoria Hinshaw, Regina Jeffers, Emma Kaye, Cora Lee, Alanna Lucas, Janis Susan May, Arietta Richmond, and Becca St. John. Four of the stories … Continue reading

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Unusual Christmas Customs and the Release of “Lady Joy and the Earl” + a Giveaway

Today, I celebrate the release of one of my two Regency Christmas novellas for this holiday season. “Lady Joy and the Earl” does not have the typical hero and heroine found in historical romances, for James Highcliffe, Earl of Hough, … Continue reading

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Winners from the “Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way” Giveaways

These are the winners of an eBook of Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way. All eBooks have been ordered and claimed.  The list includes those from Austen Authors, More Agreeably Engaged, My Jane Austen Book Club, and those … Continue reading

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The Rame Peninsula, Setting for Parts of “Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way” + Giveaway

In writing Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way, I wanted the Bennet ladies to end up in an area more remote than Hertfordshire after the death of Mr. Bennet—to be out of their element. I wanted them not … Continue reading

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Preparing for the September 10 Release of “Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way” + a Giveaway

IT IS ON ITS WAY!!! The release of Where There’s a FitzWILLiam Darcy, There’s a Way is scheduled for Monday, September 10. The premise behind the story is Mr. Bennet has passed from a heart attack, which, ironically, occurred on … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Winners from my Latest Blog Tour for “Pride and Prejudice and a Shakespearean Scholar”

Congratulations to all the winners of “Pride and Prejudice and a Shakespearean Scholar.”      Blog Hop Monday, Dec. 4 – Austen Authors – Gorhambury House Luisa Donaldson pedmisson Tuesday, Dec. 5 – MoreAgreeably Engaged – Taming of the Shrew … Continue reading

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How Did an American Author of the 1840s Influenced “Pride and Prejudice and a Shakespearean Scholar” + a Giveaway

Born in Tallmadge, Ohio, in February of 1811, Delia Saltar Bacon was an American author who was among the first to purport what is known as the Baconian theory, which perpetuates the idea that Sir Francis Bacon and others were … Continue reading

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