The new ten pound note from the Bank of England has the image of Jane Austen.  Except the Queen, Jane is the only woman represented on a British bank note.    … Read More

I’ve added two fantastic new resources to my Resources page. The first is Regency History, a blog by author Rachel Knowles. I discovered this site when I was trying to find a trivial fact (i.e., the year Brummell left the Hussars). I’d looked in my usual places with no luck, which I thought was bad luck until… Read More

Harriet’s story is off to the publisher today. It’s impossible to describe the mix of excitement and depression that I feel when I send that final copy to the publisher. It’s not mine any more. It belongs to the world. What if no one likes it? This is an emotional soup that I’d be willing… Read More

Harry’s story has a tentative title at last – The Wynters: Harriet Disguised. Here are the cover and the blurbs:   Short blurb: When Harriet Wynter learns that her brother Sebastian is in trouble, she dashes to his rescue, dressed as a boy. Almost immediately her ruse is uncovered by a man she accidentally falls in… Read More

I finished the edits for Harry’s story today. It wont be ready to send to the publisher until my roomie reads the last 90+ pages, which will take her to Saturday. But in the meantime, I will write the blurbs and create the cover. Next? Sebastian’s story, which is about 1/5 written. I want to… Read More