Category Archives: History

Wedding Week

My son is getting married in January, and I’ll be attending a bridal shower for his fiance this Sunday! But that’s not the only reason I have weddings on my mind. The other? It’s all the big doings over at Austen Authors this week. As … Continue reading

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A Stitch in Time

  Today, I was pleased to provide a guest blog post for a friend I met on Twitter. Rebecca Jane is a big Jane Austen fan (yay!) as well as a fan of my novel The Darcys of Pemberley (double yay!). Her blog, called “Sewing in … Continue reading

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Better Than Virtual

For weeks now, ever since The Darcys of Pemberley came out, I’ve been doing “virtual” book tour appearances to spread the word. That’s how things are done these days – online, which is all well and good. In fact it has some distinct advantages. … Continue reading

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Historical Perspective

I’ve been on vacation – from practically everything, including my blog (as you may have noticed). A real vacation is a rarity for me, but I’m making the most of this one: two weeks on the east coast, mostly in the … Continue reading

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