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Say “Hello” to Author, Christina Alexandra

One of my new author friends is Christina Alexandra, a fellow historical romance writer. It is my great pleasure to introduce you to her. First, tell us a bit about yourself. From where do you come? Past jobs, awards, the … Continue reading

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Meet Author, Tabetha Waite

Today, it is with great pleasure to introduce you to Tabetha Waite, another of those who writes historicals set in late Georgian to the Victorian era. Tabetha and I are part of the Common Elements Romance Project.  The Common Elements … Continue reading

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Pies and Prejudice, A Victorian Baking Musical, a Guest Post from Elaine Owen

Elaine Owen featured this post on Austen Authors in November. I wished to share it with you here. Enjoy!  Could you ever have guessed that a Pride and Prejudice variation could be set in a modern day bakery, that it … Continue reading

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What Do You Love About Austen’s “Persuasion” and Captain Fredrick Wentworth?

Back in February, Karen Cox hosted a panel of Austen-inspired authors, who have written Persuasion-based tales. The panel included Laura Hile, author of the Mercy’s Embrace trilogy, So Rough a Course, So Lively a Chase, & The Lady Must Decide; Regina … Continue reading

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Meet Author Barbara Gaskell Denvil, Parachuting into Escapism with the Release of “Fair Weather”

Today I welcome one of dear “internet” friends, Barbara Gaskell Denvil, who has an exciting new release. Barbara agree to a short interview so we could all learn more of her and LEARN you will. She is absolutely fascinating.  First, … Continue reading

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Introducing Black Opal Books’ Futuristic Author, S. B. Redstone + a Giveaway of “Stardust Dreams”

Today S. B. Redstone is joining me on my blog. Mr. Redstone am a School Psychologist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. After a career of helping children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples he retired to write full time. Redstone is … Continue reading

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Interview with Black Opal Books’ Contemporary Romance Author, M. E. Gordon

Today, I’d like to introduce you to M. E. Gordon, another of the authors from Black Opal Books. Ms. Gordon is a new author to me (as well as you), as I just recently joined Black Opal Books for an … Continue reading

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Readers’ Entertainment Magazine Interview with Regina Jeffers

This is an excerpt from an interview I did with Readers’ Entertainment News.  1. First, tell us a bit about yourself. Where you’re from? Past jobs, awards, the usual bio stuff. Born in Huntington, West Virginia, over the years, I … Continue reading

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Regina Jeffers’ Interview and Excerpt from “The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy”

posted previously on Diary of an Eccentric Blog  How do you research your novels? The research is based on what would and would not be acceptable for the Regency Period, the time period in which the majority of my novels … Continue reading

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Interview with Austen Author, Regina Jeffers

Previously Posted on Donna Hatch’s Blog  Q: When did you start to write and how long did it take you get published? A: First, I should explain that I write Jane Austen-inspired sequels and adaptations, as well as Regency romance. … Continue reading

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