This made me laugh.
This made me laugh.
If, like me, you enjoy potatoes, this is going to be a REALLY hard question.
You can only have THREE of these yummy dishes. Which will it be?
Now, excuse me while I go foraging for a snack. This question is making me hungry. :)
The other day I asked for input in naming a character in the book I’m currently writing, and got so many helpful replies! The choices were Frederick, Walter, Simon and Edward, and the #1 name for my icky smarmy duke is . . .
Close behind was Simon, with Walter a distant third, and Edward garnering the fewest votes of all.
Just so you know . . . the icky Frederick is *not* my hero! He’s a secondary character who will of course come by his just desserts. :)
My warmest thanks to all who helped out! ♥
I’ve got a juicy newsletter going out next week — on the 30th, to be precise — and it’s going to feature some very fun stuff!
Three lucky readers will each receive the entire set of my Penhallow Dynasty series . . .
. . . An exclusive Q&A with fellow historical-romance author Angeleke Kaldis and a giveaway of her marvelous book Tempted by Curiosity . . .
. . . A super-fun review of Engaged to the Earl that knocked my socks off . . .
. . . And the latest news about my next book, The Worst Duke in the World.
If you haven’t signed up for my VIP newsletter, would you like to? There’s an easy-peasy form on my site and on my Facebook page, too. Remember, as a subscriber to my newsletter, you’re automatically entered into all my giveaways!
I’m looking for input! A character in the book I’m currently writing — the sixth in my Penhallow Dynasty series — needs a good first name. He’s an icky smarmy duke (but don’t worry, he’ll get what’s coming to him). What is your #1 choice?
. . . for my Pick-a-Penhallow giveaway! Congrats to all!
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And stay tuned for more fun giveaways coming soon. :)
These are obviously not the least bit bookish, but I am so enchanted that I must post about them!
By the way, I bet it would be extremely difficult to say “Loch Ness Monster ladles” three times fast. ;)
You’re looking for some peace and quiet in the countryside . . . Which rustic cottage calls out to you and draws you in?
I’m shockingly late on this, being a romance author and all, but am pleased to share this very helpful infographic* for those of us celebrating. :)
*From 1942, but surely still relevant, right?
You’re a Regency lady and you’ve been invited to a fancy London party (rumor is that the Prince Regent and Mr. Darcy of Pemberley will be there!). But what to wear? Which gorgeous gown will you choose?