A Pretty Pants Week

So, this week was pretty pants. Although I’ll be posting this on Monday, I’m writing the post now – hence me speaking about a pants week (it wouldn’t make sense if I said it on a Monday at the beginning of the week – it’d be a pretty negative and fortune-telling way of thinking ofContinue reading “A Pretty Pants Week”

Attending a Regency Ball by Maria Grace

“The characteristic of an English country dance is that of gay simplicity. The steps should be few and easy, and the corresponding motion of the arms and body unaffected, modest, and graceful.” – The Mirror of Graces, 1811 Above is an example of the Quadrille In a society governed by strict rules regulating the interactionContinue reading “Attending a Regency Ball by Maria Grace”

My Next Novel

I have actually already done a short blog post about my next novel on this link here, plus you can read the first (very rough and I have already edited it much more in a word doc) chapter of it here. I wrote a one-sentence synopsis of it a while ago: Julia Rotherham must keepContinue reading “My Next Novel”

Launch Day for The Widow’s Redeemer!!!

Waaaaahoooooo!!!! I cannot use enough exclamation marks!!!!! Today is the 1st December and the official release/launch day for my debut novel, a Regency romance, The Widow’s Redeemer. I thought to be super helpful I would post the links to where you can buy copies of the novel, should you desire to read it 🙂 BarnesContinue reading “Launch Day for The Widow’s Redeemer!!!”

The Count Down Begins… (With A Video Treat)

WOOOOOOO!!! Sometimes meangingless noises are the only way to express your feelings – You would think that being an author would mean I could articulate myself…. Okay, I shall try 😉 Although, with less than a week to go until my launch and with plenty of blog posts already written about my novel, I decidedContinue reading “The Count Down Begins… (With A Video Treat)”

A Regency Hero’s Best Friend – Major Deveril

‘What a Jolly, good old fellow!’ Now, where would we all be without a best friend at our side to laugh with and, when we’re being rather silly, to cuff us around the ear? You have already met The Widow’s Redeemer hero, Viscount Beauford, and today, I’d like to introduce you to his best-mate. Now,Continue reading “A Regency Hero’s Best Friend – Major Deveril”

A Regency Heroine: Letty Burton

 ‘Determined, strong, good; a woman of indomitable spirit.’ Yep. That’s me. What a great description. Wait, wait, wait; woah, woah woah! I think…I THINK I may have gotten that wrong. Yes, in fact, I’m sure. You see, when I write (which is whenever I get the chance), I tend to write my heroines as theContinue reading “A Regency Heroine: Letty Burton”

A Regency Hero: Viscount Beauford

            ‘It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a lady of the 21st Century loves a Regency gentleman.’ Wait, do I have that wrong? That was what Austen said wasn’t it? Or something along those lines? Anyway, whether or whether not the eminent Jane Austen did say that, I can atContinue reading “A Regency Hero: Viscount Beauford”

ARCs, Full Book Cover and a Juicy Excerpt!

Haloo all, I apologise unreservedly for being remiss in not posting last week. As I said in my last blog post, I was rather busy! Anyhoo, the reason I am posting today is to give you a view of a wonderful little picture….Oh, have I got your interest? I hope so. I really hope so…isContinue reading “ARCs, Full Book Cover and a Juicy Excerpt!”

My Kingdom for an Ounce of Free Time!

My Kingdom for an ounce of free time…..(apparently you can measure time in weight :-S ) As some of you may know, I’ve just started a degree in History which is just delightful. They are however, my lecturers that is, not afraid to throw reading at you. I now think it possible to drown inContinue reading “My Kingdom for an Ounce of Free Time!”