I travel. Sometimes I travel by boat, plane, or automobile. Sometimes I travel by book. I spent this week exploring England’s east coast by ship through crashing waves and powerful winds, and attempting to reach Great Yarmouth by carriage over flooded roads. I was finally forced to put in at the Queen’s Barque in Fenwick on Sea.
Both Fenwick and the storm, alas, are fictional. But the storm-plagued coast is very real. I hope to visit it some day. This week, however, I’ve been celebrating the launch of Storm & Shelter with The Bluestocking Belles and some of our friends: Grace Burrowes, Alina K. Field and Mary Lancaster. It includes eight all new stories taking place during the same catastrophic storm battering the coast and poor Fenwick.
It will be 99 cents through the weekend before the price reverts to $3.99. Grab a copy. See if you can guess the identity of a snooping reporter for The Teatime Tattler. If you report him or her you can be in the drawing for a $100 Gift Card from the Belles. Honest. Check it out here: https://bluestockingbelles.net/belles-joint-projects/storm-shelter/