Author’s Blog

Is Regency a Real Setting?

The Dangerous Secrets Blog Tour rolls on! Today on Collette Cameron’s Blue Rose Blog we discuss the fact and fantasy that is the Regency period.  Join me and then check out the Blog Tour link for chances to win an opportunity to name characters in a yet-to-be-written novella AND an Amazon gift card.

Dangerous Weakness meets Encouraging Prudence, second encounter Part 2 of 2

Last week Caroline and Jude night posted a two-part story in which characters from their different books met in the virtual world. Today, exclusively in cyberspace, we tell the story of their second encounter in 1818. Half is on Caroline’s blog, and half on Jude’s. Today’s story involves David Wakefield and The Marquess of Glenaire. […]

Richard Bridgens and the Grand Tour

Today on A Covent Garden Gilflurt’s Guide to Life I’m discussing the Grand Tour (the rite of passage for upper calls young men throughout the 18th and 19th centuries) and artists associated with it, particularly Richard Bridgens whose etchings in Sketches Illustrative of the Manners and Costumes of France, Switzerland, and Italy give us an […]

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 […]