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RT Review

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.

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In the news: blog stops and Amazon

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

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In the News

This week’s blog stops: May 28: Novel Reflections May 29: Reading Reality May 30: A Case of Reading Insomnia May 31: Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews June 1: The Life (and lies) of an inanimate flying object I love the … Continue reading

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Tuesday Share

Firstly, today’s blog stop is at Live to Read. I hope you’ll stop by! Today’s share is a healthy mini molton chocolate cakes with mocha sauce. Not vegan (I find they have an odd aftertaste) but supposedly healthier than say, … Continue reading

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In the news

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

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Blog stops

Monday starts my month long blog tour for Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire. Still working on some of the later blogs, and still fiddling with my website (long story), but I’m glad the novel is out and I can’t wait to … Continue reading

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The fall of governments—or inside a writer’s twisted mind

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

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Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire #releaseday

A fan of historicals? A fan of Regency romances? Like something with an edge, a little different from the typical Regency romance books? Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire is the story for you! Regardless of the world and genre (dystopia/post-apocalyptic) this is … Continue reading

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Dark Inheritance: Fallen Empire #excerpt

Chapter One Outside London, England Fall, 1804  “Search the houses,” he ordered, and his men instantly obeyed. Once a major in his majesty’s army, once baron of the vast estates of Harwich, Grayson Merrick recalled the vibrant home of his … Continue reading

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Why dystopian?

I could get into the whole Wikipedia page on what dystopian is, but let’s use the Merriam-Webster one. It’s shorter. an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives Regency England on the other hand is known for … Continue reading

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