Author’s Blog

When A Physician Was Considered Lower Class

Highlighting Historical Romance: A Holiday in Bath I have the privilege of participating in an anthology for Mirror Press called A Holiday in Bath.  My story, Lord Edmund’s Dilemma, for once doesn’t feature any of the continuing characters from my previous books. In it two young people encounter one another while they fetch waters for […]

Happy Birthday!

Well, book birthday at least. The Reluctant Wife has been unleashed on the world.  I’m celebrating for certain. You can find me over at Coffee Time Romance talking about my writing all day. OR buy the book! Here’s why I love it: The story carries readers from the edge of Bengal to Calcutta to the […]

11 Things That Tickle Me

Actually, many things tickle me this week.  To begin with, The Reluctant Wife will finally—finally—go live on Wednesday.  That makes five published novels and three novellas. I’m celebrating on Saturday with friends who also have new books this spring. We’re calling our party Love Speaks (that would be from Loves Labor Lost). We plan to […]

Three Gems; One Holiday Destination

Highlighting Historical Romance: A Holiday in Bath It is my privilege to be part of A Holiday in Bath, a collection of new novellas, all set in Bath, an English spa city known for its thermal springs and healing waters from the time of the Romans. By the Regency era it had become a fashionable […]

6 Places to Find Me This Week

It’s almost here! Those of you that read my blog know I have two releases coming out soon, including The Reluctant Wife, the next installment in my Children of Empire Series.  Soon after will come Holiday in Bath, an anthology that includes my novella, “Lord Edmund’s Dilemma.” I owe it to my books to make […]