I’ve posted (and lamented) at length about women’s education or lack thereof in the Regency era and the years that followed. The few women with any sort of rigorous intellectual life or semblance of a classical education were self taught. Today I present an interesting example. Letitia Elizabeth Landon published poetry and novels under the […]
Women in Ottoman society may have been better educated than their contemporaries in England. The education of women is a major plot point in Dangerous Works. The topic seems to thread through many of my stories. I’m currently researching a new book, the third in the Dangerous series. To answer the question, “Might a woman be […]
Soul Mate has confirmed a release date for Dangerous Works. The book will be available September 3. We are still waiting for the final cover art.
Great News! Soul Mate Publishing has acquired Dangerous Works and will make it available in 2014. Look for it to appear on Amazon first, with other options to follow.