Author’s Blog

Where is Jamie?

Jamie Heyworth, good friend to Georgiana and to Andrew Mallet in Dangerous Works, has disappeared. His friends searched his rooms and clearly he has bolted. Find out about it in this short story on Mari Christie’s blog. The Marquess of Glenaire, Georgiana’s ever efficient brother (who thinks he knows what is best for everyone) has […]

Dangerous Weakness meets Encouraging Prudence – Part 2 of 2

Today, exclusively in cyberspace, Caroline and Jude Knight tell a story in which two of their characters meet. Half is on Caroline’s blog, and half on Jude’s. If you missed PART 1 it is here.  In the virtual worlds of historical fiction, authors create whole societies of characters, interacting with real historical events and even […]

Dangerous Works For Less Than A Dollar

Major Lord James Heyworth, former major, good friend, lover of sweet treats, plays an important role in Dangerous Works. If you haven’t read it, you have an opportunity to buy a copy at reduced price March 8-14, 2015. This offer can be found on Amazon beginning tomorrow. Dangerous Secrets tells Jamie’s own story. It will be available for […]

The Road to Waterloo

Two hundred years ago today, March 1, 1815, a short, slightly portly, middle-aged general—who had surrendered to his enemies ten months before—landed on a beach a little east of Cannes. This unlikely event set off one of the most remarkable one hundred days in European history. Napoleon was back. After fifteen years of war, untold […]

Friends Here and There

I have always depended on the kindness of strangers. Stella, Streetcare Named Desire Writers have ever relied on the kindness of strangers.  We hope someone will pick up our work, read it, love it, and tell others about it.  No amount of self promotion works if that doesn’t occur. While I would never want to lump […]