Tag Archives: Regency
This look at an alternate reality — where England is left in chaos after a plague has severely reduced the population — is complex and thought-provoking.
Beautiful blog title, isn’t it! Today I’m over at Love Saves the World talking about what I like to read and what I want in a book. What about you? What do you like to see in a story?
This is the final week of my blog tour, so make sure you enter for your chance to win a survival basket! June 4: Reader Girls June 5: Words of Wisdom from The Scarf Princess June 6: Oodles of Books … Continue reading
A post-apocalyptic survival basket that is! Comment on any of my blog tour stops and enter for a chance to win one of the baskets I’m giving away. Yesterday’s stop included a lovely review for Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire. Escape … Continue reading
Week 2 of my virtual blog tour for Dark Inheritance will be at these places. Stop by, leave a comment, and enter to win an awesome survival basket! May 21: Queen of all She Reads May 22: Immortality and Beyond May 23: Writers … Continue reading
Last stop for this week is over at Ramblings from This Chick. What’s that? You missed a stop this week? No worries, I have the list right here: May 14: Christine Young May 15: Live To Read ~ Krystal May … Continue reading
Ramblings of a coffee addicted writer! Stop by, read a bit on why the romance of the Regency hasn’t died, and leave a comment to enter into the post-apocalyptic basket giveaway.
I hope that whether the review is good or bad, (or mediorcre) I’ll still enjoy reading what other people think of my stories.But the first review is special. Or it is to me! Not necessarily a justification of my work, … Continue reading
Firstly, my virtual blog tour starts today! I’m starting the 4 week tour at Christine Young’s blog. Yes there will be prizes, very cool gift baskets with an assortment of items for all your post-apocalyptic needs. Second, and this probably isn’t … Continue reading
This is how I think the collapse of Regency England would go. Despite the fact that there was a mad king and a to-excess Prince Regent, the government itself was fairly stable. Relating it to some of today’s governments, what … Continue reading