One thing I’ve seen a lot of lately, is the advice to write even when you don’t feel like it. There is some truth to the benefits this brings, I will admit. Some days I just need to make myself sit down and start writing before the creativity decides to kick in. That being said,… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: To Write or Not To Write
So, it's a new month. Not only that, it's the month my latest book shall be released! Now, I know I haven't talked all that much about this one. Editing drained me so much that I cannot stand to even think about Lucas Bywood, the hero of this new series. Yes, you read that right.… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: Release Month!
Lady Beautiful is independent and not like other ladies of the time meets Lord Arrogant, who is cold on the outside but has a kind heart hidden inside. Arguments ensue, and they both part ways irritated with the other. Of course, though, they cannot stop thinking about each other, but every time they meet, all… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: What Happened to Romance?
Earlier this year, I had the privilege of being a guest blogger on a site called The Silver Petticoat Review. This is what I talked about, which was fun. It's a bit of a peek into my last book, A Chaotic Courtship. In A Chaotic Courtship, Diana Forester finds herself with the unenviable task of… Continue reading How to Manage Your Siblings While Falling in Love, From A Chaotic Courtship
So, my current project (which is one that I began during NaNo) is one that is different from my other novels. Instead of writing a Regency with Romance and a hint of mystery, I've been writing a YA Historical piece of fiction that is set after the Civil War in America. There are a couple… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: Current Project
Once again, its Holmes Month! Don't mind my tears as I mourn the probable end of BBC's Sherlock. Also, this lines up with the date of my first blog two years ago, so exciting stuff for me! Since I was young, I have been a fan of Sherlock Holmes. His powers of observation, his ability to… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: Holmes Month!
I love the Regency era. I think anyone who has read my work would realize that in an instant! I make no claims at being an expert of the Regency era, or a historian. I can only offer my own opinion based on what I have learned from my research. Many Regency based novels feature… Continue reading An Author’s Random Musing: The Regency