Tag Archives: Dystopia
In a post-apocalyptic world given the choice between 2 items, which would, or could, you choose? Toilet paper? or Water filters?
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
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
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
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
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
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
I’ve decided to use the subtitle Fallen Empire for the series. England has fallen and Dark Inheritance takes place entirely in England. In fact, the next several books do, so the subtitle works perfectly. If I decide to go outside … Continue reading