Highlighting Holiday Romance

Highlighting Holiday Historical Romance today. A few weeks ago, I highlighted Byron’s time in Venice and how I came to write Lady Charlotte’s Christmas Vigil. In recent years I’ve been called upon to write holiday stories to be included in the Bluestocking Belles’ collections also. My first, A Dangerous Nativity, first appeared in a collection […]

Let the Party Begin!

The Unexpected Wife will finally be released in the wild (er, published) on Wednesday. At least the Kindle format will be; print may lag a little, but it should be available soon. Join in the celebration! How you ask? Let me tell you: Order a copy! Or if you are a Kindle Unlimited member beginning […]

Seven Holiday Gifts: Week One

Beginning today and every week for the next seven weeks, the Bluestocking Belles bring you a bit of fiction, some holiday customs, a recipe and a gift.  We begin with Jude Knight’s lovely pair from The Bluestocking and the Barbarian, her contribution to the Belle’s anthology, Holly and Hopeful Hearts. She gives us a peek […]

New cover, new release, new series!

It’s here at last! I’m delighted to reveal the cover and release date for my next book. The Renegade Wife will launch on October 12. It is the first book in a new series, Children of Empire, in which the younger generation of the families in my Dangerous Series seek their own happiness in the […]

“Christmas” Gifts For My Readers

  Christmas in July—and August as well! The heat here is oppressive. Thinking about the winter holidays may just be what we need to cool down. Here is a gift and a giveaway. Take a chance! You might win. Click here for a gift From Caroline Warfield Click here for even more from the Bluestocking […]

The Most Important Thing

The most important thing a writer can do is write the next book. No amount of social media activity, advertising, or shameless self promotion will draw readers to your work as effectively as The Next Book. I am happy to report that my pipeline has come back to life. After Dangerous Weakness, I suffered from […]