I write in romance in the 17th century. I love it, and I can’t get anyone as of yet to be interested in it. Here in America, it’s Regency, Victorian, or Elizabethan. I Love the Restoration. I’m also excited to find a few of your books here. I went on a search last night to find writers who love the 17th century as much as I do. I can’t wait to get lost in one of your books. Thank you, for never ever changing time periods.
For reasons which are not mine to speculate on, the Historical Novel Society is no longer undertaking indie book reviews at the current time
And a very dear friend of mine has suddenly become a Kindle bestseller.
It’s rather given me food for thought – because, you know, I’ve never achieved more than mid-list success (albeit consistently – that’s not a complaint!), the reviewers are not beating a path to my door, there’s no possibility of a Rosie film.
-There’s the distant possibility of A Cloak of Zeal making it to the silver screen, but that’s different.
The most successful, most widely-shared blog post I’ve ever written, even more so about the one about being mental, was about a bloody Royalist.
My publisher says I’m a good writer, but he’s not keen on the historical definition.
That’s what I am. That’s what I do.
My thing is the…
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