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Being a Widow in Regency England + Release of “A Regency Missives and Mischief” and a Giveaway

Regency Missives and Mischief released Friday! My tale in the anthology is entitled “His Christmas Violet,” a tale of an older couple — in their fifties. Both have lost their spouses in the last five years. Both have been true … Continue reading

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Celebrating “Regency Missives and Mischief,” our latest Dreamstone Publishing Christmas Anthology Releasing Today!!!

Today is the release date for Regency Missives and Mischief. This year’s anthology plots center around how an “innocent” bit of correspondence – a letter perhaps or a misplaced note – can change the events in a story (and in … Continue reading

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A Widow’s Rights Play a Large Role in my “His Christmas Violet” Release – What Was English Law on the Matter?

In my tale, His Christmas Violet, part of Regency Missives and Mischief, the heroine, Lady Violet Graham, is a widow. Being a widow at the time, particularly, women in the aristocracy or gentry class, provided a woman more freedom than … Continue reading

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