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Australian author Margaret Tanner, winner of awards for her WWI set historical romances answers my questions on why she loves that period. And she is giving away her novel so do comment with your email.
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Ever wonder who my favorite heroes & heroines are from all the historical romance novels I've read and reviewed? Well, here's my list--my Christmas gift to you.
And, two lucky commenters will receive their choice of my Christmas novella, THE TWELFTH NIGHT WAGER or my short story (which follows the novella), THE HOLLY & THE THISTLE. See the post HERE.
Ever wonder what the tradition of Twelfth Night is all about?
Christmastide, as the folks in Regency England called the season, began with Christmas Eve (though Christmas evening was “First Night”) and continued to Twelfth Night, or January 5th, followed by the Feast of the Epiphany when the three wise men, the Magi, arrived in Bethlehem to behold the Christ child.
Today I'm talking about the holiday and how they celebrated it in Regency England---and there's a recipe for that wonderfully warm drink, wassail! Read more.
New York Times Bestselling author Elizabeth Chadwick, one of my favorite authors, is joining me today to answer some questions I was dying to ask her about her medieval novels and her writing. Come join us!
Two lucky commenters will be given their choice of one of her wonderful novels. Don't miss this!
Two new anthologies from Boroughs Publishing that feature my stories! A Gift of Regency has both The Shamrock & The Rose and The Holly & The Thistle. A Boroughs Christmas has The Holly & The Thistle and 9 other stories by Boroughs' authors. They make great gifts! (Click on the covers to buy on Amazon.)
This is my "author blog" that will feature personal updates, what I'm working on, News and other features related to my novels, even some posts from my other blog, Historical Romance Review.