Do you like your historical romance to sound “historical”? Not written just like people talk nowadays, but supposedly set in the past?
When people ask me what I write, and they aren’t familiar with the Regency period, I tend to tell them “sexy Jane Austen”. Paying close attention to word choice, and attempting to only use words that were documented as part of the English language by 1850 or before, I love composing emotional, humorous Regency stories of love.
The tamest thing I’ve written, Miss IsabellaThaws a Frosty Lord, is currently available via Booksprout for free to reviewers.
If you’re looking to join my Advanced Review/Launch Team, I’d love to hear from you!
A quick reminder about the great Summer Fun giveaway. There’s still time to enter for a chance to win a waterproof Kindle Paperwhite and other prizes.
I’ve teamed up with Night Owl Romance and other authors to bring you the chance for some cool stuff. You enter by reading romance book blurbs– hopefully finding some new great books in the process–and sharing the event. Learn more and Enter here!
After wanting to do a Large-Print edition for years, I’m tickled to announce that my best-reviewed book to date, Miss Isabella Thaws a Frosty Lord, will be coming out in large print next month. Just in time to celebrate Christmas in July. 😉
For anyone who likes authentic-sounding historical romance, but may not be overly fond of super sexy stuff, Miss Isabella might be right up your alley. It’s my tamest book, and reviewers compared the style and “caliber”– to my surprise and immense delight – to books by both Jane Austen and Carla Kelly, thrilling me to no end.