“Gothic romance. Just those two words send a chill down my spine. Spooky, breathtakingly scary stories with a splash of romance are among my favorite genres, but they aren’t as prevalent today as they were in the past. Susan Elizabeth Phillips tried her hand at it with Heroes Are My Weakness, an homage to the greats of the genre: Mary Stewart, Anya Seton, Charlotte Bronte, Daphne du Maurier, Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney. With Amanda Shalaby’s latest novel, Bleddyn Hall, we have another gothic romance author to consider. Today, she shares with us how she came up with the idea.”
What did cutting the first three chapters of my first book have to do with my first sale? Find out today at Katie Teller’s blog by clicking HERE. Also, you can learn more about my latest gothic Victorian mystery, Bleddyn Hall!
“Amanda Shalaby took a page from Daphne du Maurier and wrote a Gothic novel worthy to sit alongside the best in the business….” -Becky Lower, author of Expressly Yours, Samantha
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