Monthly Archives: March 2014

A review, a virtual tour, and a not-so-virtual meet-up

A Minor Incovenience has received a wonderful review from Heather C at The Blogger Girls: Sarah Granger has penned a beautiful romance here with the backdrop of the horrors of the Peninsular War and the shallowness of Britain’s high society. … Continue reading

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Guest-blogging on Sarah Madison’s blog today

The incomparable Sarah Madison is kindly hosting me on her blog today, where I talk about M/M romance, oiled muscular torsos (just for a change), and the joys of research. Do pop over and say hi if you have time, … Continue reading

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The Ides of March

So this post is a day or two late, but if I don’t tie it into the Ides of March, how can I excuse including a picture of Karl Urban in a toga? I’ve been doing a little reading of … Continue reading

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A long-expected party – and prizes!

The Romance Reviews is throwing an anniversary party throughout March, with oodles of prizes on offer. Today one of the prizes is a copy of A Minor Inconvenience. Go to TRR’s event page here to enter – you will need … Continue reading

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A wonderful online resource for exploring historical London

The lovely people at the Centre for Metropolitan History and Museum of London Archaeology have produced a single georeferenced map from John Rocque’s 1746 map of London, which they’ve also overlaid onto a Google map. The map itself can be … Continue reading

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