I thought it would be fun to try filming a reading. I’m a rookie at this, so please excuse my missteps. Let me know what you think. Thank you for your opinion. Have a good week!
New Covers, A New Title, and More–Oh, my! Many of you weighed in on possible titles for this 4th book in the My Notorious Aunt series–Thank you! The title most voted for was: Tempest in a Ballgown. At the time it was a perfect fit because the book began as a light-hearted take-off on the […]
Attention Writers: Did you know, for good or bad, your critique group will exert one of the strongest influences on your career? Yet, yet very few writers learn how to conduct a critique group for optimum success. Don’t make this mistake. For years, I studied and surveyed critique groups and critique methods. I learned what […]
The Tea Time Newsletter went out yesterday bearing news about one of my rare sales on a reader favorite. If you haven’t had a chance to enjoy reading one of the lighthearted Notorious Aunt books, here’s your chance! Mistaken Kiss is available for 99¢ for a short time at all the regular eBook venues: Barnes […]
Here’s an unedited sneak peek at the new My Notorious Aunt novel . . . Click the image or here to read an excerpt of the brand new Aunt Honore novel. Yes, I know, you are all waiting for the next book in the Stranje House series. However, with the advent of Covid 19, […]
Taa-daaah! The cover is here! And Harbor for the Nightingale will be coming out September 26, 2019. Pre-orders will be available soon. I am so excited about this cover. It does a beautiful job of conveying the flavor of HARBOR FOR THE NIGHTINGALE and I love Maya’s pose in it. She’s so amazing. I hope […]
So many of you have written to me, asking when Harbor for the Nightingale, book four will be coming out? Thank you!! Your kind words, your patience and your encouragement have been a Godsend. I wish I could hug each one of you and tell you how much your emails and notes have meant. AND […]
Refuge for Masterminds wins Bookseller’s Best Award. This award is voted on only by librarians and booksellers. Thank You Librarians and Booksellers! We love you for your dedication to good books.
What if Scarlet O’Hara collided with Scarlet Pimpernel in Jane Austen’s England . . . Meet Lord St. Evert. His outlandish wardrobe belies his powerful build and the unyielding lines of his jaw. The man is ruining Miss Hampton’s desperate scheme to secure a rich husband. It is terribly vexing to arrive at a fashionable soiree wearing a stunning silk gown, only to discover St. Evert is clad in unmentionables cut from identical cloth.
Were there feisty females in history? Or is that a myth propagated by fiction writers.