I’ve just been rewatching the Lord Peter Wimsey adaptations made in the 1980s, which starred Harriet Walter and Edward Petherbridge. My overriding memory of them had been coloured by the last in the series, Gaudy Night, which I found terribly … Continue reading
I’ve just learned that Mary Stewart died a few days ago. I cut my eye-teeth on her novels. At a time when, as a teenager, I turned my nose up at the idea of pure romances – in my defence, … Continue reading
Today is sadly the final stop on my book tour, but what a final day it is, with a lovely 5 star review from Zipper Rippers to go with my post about espionage during the Napoleonic Wars, and a guest … Continue reading
Today’s blog tour stops are at Gay Guy Reading, where A Minor Inconvenience has received a wonderful review, and M/M Good Book Reviews, where I talk about what attracts me to Regencies, both as a writer and a reader. “A … Continue reading
I was tagged by fellow author Sarah Madison to participate in this meme about my writing process, to which my (unspoken) response was “I’m supposed to have a process?” Tracking back to read through the posts of others who’ve been … Continue reading
I’m over on Virtual Writers today, talking about military uniforms (what a shock!) among other things. Do drop by for the chance to win a $15 Amazon voucher and a copy of The Unforgiving Minute.
Tomorrow sees the start of my blog tour for A Minor Inconvenience. I’ll be posting links to the stops here – drop in on any of the blogs that are so generously hosting me to get your name into the … Continue reading