Part 3 of my Regency wagers blog is up at Forromancereaders. Find out about the 2009 Throckmorton Coat, a challenge to celebrate Sir John Throckmorton’s famous wager to make a coat, from sheep to cloth to tailored coat, between sunrise and sunset on 25th June 1811.
07/05/2009 (5:00 pm)
07/01/2009 (1:38 am)
Part 2 of my Regency Wagers blog is now up on Forromancereaders. Read about Richard Dunwoody’s 1000 mile challenge – the recreation of a famous 1809 Regency wager. Also check out my entry on Ice Angel at the Hale authors blog here 🙂
06/29/2009 (9:47 pm)
Woohoo! Tomorrow (30th June 09) is official publication day for my second Regency romance with Robert Hale Ltd, Ice Angel.
As a wager features in the book, I’m blogging for the next three evenings on ForRomanceReaders on the subject of Regency wagers. Come over and take a look, and don’t forget to order your copy of Ice Angel now!
06/09/2009 (11:41 pm)
Although it’s not 30th June yet, Ice Angel is now available from Robert Hale, Amazon, The Book Depository and other on line stockists. It can also be ordered through your local bookstore or library simply by quoting the ISBN number. See the Ice Angel main page here for more details.
Order soon while stocks last, and watch out for more updates, news and blog entries on Forromancereaders during the month!
05/06/2009 (11:23 am)
I’ve now uploaded an exclusive excerpt from Ice Angel. Go to the page here and click on the excerpt link 🙂
Also, check out my latest post on Forromancreaders about a hidden gem..
04/23/2009 (1:10 am)
I’ve blogged on Forromancereaders about my recent visit to Sudbury Hall. Click here to read my post 🙂
03/31/2009 (12:42 pm)
Today is publication day for my short story collection, Midsummer Eve at Rookery End. You can order your e-book or paperback copy from E-scape Press Ltd, and the paperback edition from other on-line retailers 🙂
To win a signed copy of Midsummer Eve at Rookery End AND The Paradise Will, see my Contests and Extras page here. Oh, and don’t forget that I love to hear from readers! You can e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve blogged on Forromancereaders about researchers at the Mindlab International Consultancy at the University of Sussex, who have discovered that ‘reading can help reduce stress’.
So, why not de-stress by escaping to Midsummer Eve at Rookery End where you can immerse yourself in Regency romance? ;0)
03/14/2009 (11:53 pm)
I’ve blogged today on ForRomanceReaders about a new audiobook of Sylvester by Georgette Heyer, released on 1st July 2009. This edition is read by Richard Armitage of North and South fame. Take a look at FRR here to read full details.
Other news…Only 17 days to go until publication of the Midsummer Eve at Rookery End short stories! I’ve added a link to Escape Press Ltd’s web site on my links page.
Details coming in the next few days of how of you can win a signed copy of the Midsummer Eve at Rookery End paperback AND The Paradise Will
03/09/2009 (2:14 am)
As promised, here’s more news on my collection of three short stories, Midsummer Eve at Rookery End…
Publication date will be 31st March 2009 and Midsummer Eve at Rookery End will be available in both e-book and paperback from E-scape Press Ltd. Their web-site address is www.escapewithabook.com and the site will be going ‘live’ in the next few days. I’ve had a sneak peak at the web-site and it looks great!
Price for the e-book will be just £2.79 and £4.99 for the paperback. The e-book can be ordered and downloaded from E-scape in minutes 🙂
Please note, though, that it’s best to order direct from E-scape Press as their delivery will be much quicker.
I’m really excited about the launch of these short stories! If you enjoyed the excerpt from Siren’s Daughter why not buy Midsummer Eve at Rookery End and find out what happens next? 🙂
03/02/2009 (1:51 am)
I’ve blogged on ForRomanceReaders about my visit to Croome Park today.
You can read about it here, and I have to say I LOVED the grotto – what a perfect place for a romantic assignation!!
Some of the garden temples resembled the Greek temple mentioned in Blue Figured Silk, one of the Midsummer Eve at Rookery End stories. More news coming on these very soon now 🙂
05/18/2008 (4:53 pm)
Just a reminder that you can find me, Jenna Dawlish and Juliet Archer blogging over at ‘For Romance Readers’, an occasional blog about all things romantic in reading and writing. Pop in and take a look. See the links page or click here.