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Random Musings

"Yet all shall be forgot…."

And I nearly forgot (a) that it’s the 596th anniversary of Agincourt, and (b) that three of my friends have book launches today! Huzzah for Tasha Alexander’s A Crimson Warning, Kristan Higgins’ Until There Was You, and Cara Elliott’s Too Wicked to Wed. Gentlemen in England now abed shall call themselves accurs’d that they went…

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A Blast from the Past

On this sweltering hot day (as I sit down to write Turnip’s hot love scene), here’s a little blast from the past for your amusement. Between February of 2006 and January of 2010, I blogged for a group blog called All-a-Blog. All-a-Blog has gone the way of the dodo, but my wonderful webmistress has made…

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Don't Judge a Book….

In which our author indulges in a slight rant. But first, I’d like to say that this shouldn’t be construed as a criticism of anyone who has emailed me or posted here on the site. I value your opinions and participation and I hope that everyone feels comfortable expressing their thoughts here on the site.…

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More Free Books!

All About Romance is offering a grab bag of my books to anyone who can correctly answer a Pink Carnation trivia question over on their After Hours blog. Two grab bags, really. One winner will receive audio copies of Black Tulip and Emerald Ring, while the other gets signed copies of Pink Carnation, Crimson Rose…

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Risky Regencies

The gracious ladies of Risky Regencies have been kind enough to host me on their website on this sunny Sunday, where I’ve nattered on about the origin of the Pink series, what I liked about researching Night Jasmine, and sundry other topics. Many thanks to Megan Frampton (ace interviewer and Regency writer extraordinaire) and the…

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Good Books, Bright Side

Hi, all! For those who are interested (i.e. looking for ways to procrastinate), there is a Q&A up on Good Books, Bright Side, in which I opine on such important topics of the day as which fictional hero I would most like to date and what sort of series I might write once the Pink…

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Greetings from Cloud-Cuckooland

Courtesy of my new favorite quotation, from Dorothy Sayers’ Gaudy Night: “[H]owever realistic the background, the novelist’s only native country is Cloud-Cuckooland, where they do but jest, poison in jest: no offense in the world.” Indeed! The comment is made in the context of apologizing for having arranged various bits of the historical record to…

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