Becky Lower is one of the most talented new authors I know, and happily for readers she writes fast! Becky has published four, fabulous books in one year (yes, I have greedily read them all), and her fifth is coming out this fall.
Please join me in getting to know more about her first contemporary romance novel, Blame It On The Brontes, as well as find a list of her available American historical romances (with links to my Goodreads reviews) in my Author Interviews section!
Now through May 30, 2013 you can enter to win a free paperback copy of Rhianna at Goodreads! Enter To Win Here
You can read a newly added, exclusive excerpt of Audra’s arrival at Almack’s in my new Read An Excerpt section!
Visit me today at J.J. Devine’s Ramblings blog for a short interview and an *exclusive* excerpt of Audra!
I’m over at Crimson Romance today, talking about the very serious subject of cyber stalking. The heroine in my newest release, Audra, deals with stalking in 1836 London, but that was very different from what we hear about today – or have perhaps experienced personally.
Stop by and find out how you can protect yourself and your privacy here.
I’m hanging out with contemporary romance author, Selena Laurence today! We’re talking Rhianna, Audra and historical research! Feel free to come by and say hello!
A few months ago, I wrote a piece on what those of us living in the 21st Century would miss most if we were transported back in time to the 19th Century. Of all our modern amenities, I think the loss of the internet and Starbucks would rank pretty high on the list. Ok, and the general drop in personal hygiene would more than make an impact.
But how would long distance relationships fare? Find me today on Crimson Romance’s Editors Blog to find out!
Today’s the big day! The eBook version of Audra is now available! Click on the photo to find links to your favorite retailer.
Read more about this new release on my Audra page here.
Good morning everyone! I’m over at the award-winning, best-selling author Becky Lower’s blog today, talking about why Rhianna and Audra are post-Regency but pre-Victorian historicals! Come find out why here.