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, [...]

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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 the [...]

Characterisation and Causation

I have been challenged recently and thought I would share the challenge with you all. The challenge I have faced is in reference to writing characters. The thing is, I guess one has to learn that one cannot simply decide that their hero is going to be broody and cynical because that's attractive and that's [...]

Men and women have an irrevocable bond

What have a learned after being married for over half a year? The one thing that stands out to me more now than ever is the differences between man and woman and that when they work together (rarely) there can be such a conjuction of characters so as to produce something the world rarely sees. [...]