As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #8

  Something's going on here in the Pacific Northwest. That circular disc in the sky -- so warm, so bright! What is that thing? Where are our clouds? Where is our drizzle? Oh for the simple joy of sunshine! July weather has come to call during April. So wonderful! Nevertheless, it's Warrior Time!  Coming right up, ten… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #8

As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #7

  It's the weekend again ... already? That means it's Warrior Time!  Ten lines from a work-in-progress. I'll be sharing from As Only A Woman Can, a Pride & Prejudice-based romantic romp. So Mr. Darcy and his cousin are still in the library, talking over what is to be done with that rotter Wickham. Since they're… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #7

Darcy By Any Other Name · Giveaway Alert!

A good friend, a good read, and an Instant Giveaway

Three cheers for my friend Chautona Havig of Just The Write Escape, who is hosting a Darcy giveaway this week. Out of the blue, Chautona comes up with this idea -- and presto, she launches it. Like, she and I were on Facebook Messenger, chatting.  Unknown to me, Chautona is clicking away on her keyboard.… Continue reading A good friend, a good read, and an Instant Giveaway

Giveaway Alert! · Mercy's Embrace novels

Mercy’s Embrace print proofs are here!

So very beautiful, aren't they? The eBook editions have been out since December-January, but being able to hold the print editions makes them more real, somehow. My very own books to hug! Seriously, I carried these with me, even to school -- even to my bedside table at night -- for the first few days… Continue reading Mercy’s Embrace print proofs are here!

As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #6

  It's Warrior Time!  Ten lines from a work-in-progress. (Even though last week's offering was, ahem, eleven.) I'll be sharing from As Only A Woman Can, a Pride & Prejudice-based romantic romp. Our man Darcy has sent one of the rogue Valentines to his cousin, Colonel Fitzwilliam. And now Darcy wants to know whether Fitz will… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #6

As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #5

  What a glorious day for Writing Warriors!  It's time to post 10 lines from a work-in-progress. I'll be sharing from As Only A Woman Can, a Pride & Prejudice-based romantic romp. Of course Mr. Darcy's rogue Valentines would get out of hand -- you knew that.  His sense of humour demands it. Trouble, trouble ... we loves… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #5

Faith

Easter Blessings …

O happy day! It's a beautiful morning here in the Pacific Northwest. That is to say, no rain. With a promise of sunshine to come. Just the thing for celebrating the joy of His resurrection. Have a blessed Easter! My Weekend Writing Warriors post will be up in a few ...

As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #4

Wake up, weekend sleepyhead! It's Warrior Time! We're off and running with 8 - 10 lines from a work-in-progress. I'll be sharing from As Only A Woman Can, a Pride & Prejudice-based romantic romp. Skipping ahead to the next chapter, we see Elizabeth Bennet receive something in the post. We know it's the Valentine that… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #4

As Only A Woman Can · Weekend Writing Warriors

Weekend Writing Warriors #3

Here we go again with 10 lines from a work-in-progress. As before, I'll be sharing from As Only A Woman Can, a Pride & Prejudice-based romantic romp. Here's the story so far: It's late January, and Jane Austen's heartthrob hero, Mr. Darcy, has decided to send lovely Elizabeth Bennet a veiled warning against the treacherous Mr.… Continue reading Weekend Writing Warriors #3

A Very Austen Christmas · Book Love

Our A Very Austen Christmas is an MAE Favorite!

Our Christmas anthology -- a volume we smilingly dubbed "the book that friendship built" -- has surprised us yet again. A Very Austen Christmas is honored as one of Janet Taylor's favorite reads for 2017.  Reviewers are how we readers discover the best new books in a genre. These lists are golden. Do stop by… Continue reading Our A Very Austen Christmas is an MAE Favorite!