Between 4th and 11th July, 50 fantastic authors are teaming up to give away a huge selection of historical romance novels, plus a Kindle Fire to one lucky winner! I’m offering a copy of my Scottish-set Regency The Lady and the Laird as part of the celebration! Click here to participate!
Today it is my very great pleasure to welcome author Midi Berry to the blog! Midi’s debut novel, Nights of the Road, is a captivating, multi-layered story set in 17th century England and modern day California, crossing time and continents, and exploring the idea of love and reincarnation in satisfying depth. Nicola : Welcome to the blog, … Continue reading Travelling in Time with Midi Berry!
A few years ago I wrote a very short story as part of a Christmas celebration on a romance website. Today, as it is Christmas Eve, I thought I would post it up here for anyone who would like to read a little romantic novella – with every best wish for the Christmas Season. Love … Continue reading Saving a Lady on Christmas Eve
Congratulations to Kimmy, who won the May website contest and a copy of the first two Scottish Brides books, The Lady and the Laird and One Night with the Laird! August sees the publication of the last book in the series, Christina’s story, Claimed by the Laird. Claimed will be published simultaneously in both the … Continue reading Contest Winner and Writing Update
Today it is my very great pleasure to interview author Christina Courtenay on the Word Wench blog. Christina is talking about her latest book, The Secret Kiss of Darkness, and we are chatting about history, writing, and all things romantic! Come and join us for some time slip talk and a giveaway!
Over on the Word Wenches I am blogging about seductive villains! The publication of ONE NIGHT WITH THE LAIRD this week not only means that Jack and Mairi’s story is out there in the US shops (hooray!) but also that the villainous Wilfred Cardross has been unleashed to cause more mayhem. (Boo!) I love writing … Continue reading Seductive Villains!
Last week when I was taking a tour group around Ashdown House they fell to discussing our portrait collection, specifically which of Elizabeth of Bohemia’s daughters was the best looking. Now I don’t have a problem with this in the sense that I find the changes in standards of beauty over the centuries an interesting … Continue reading Hot History Boys!
Today on the Word Wenches we have an interview with the fabulous Historical Honeys! As a public historian I’ve been bowled over by the work that the Historical Honey site is doing to make history fun and accessible to all. With their #SecretBookClub and passion for historical fiction they are a perfect match for the … Continue reading Meet Historical Honey!
Many congratulations to Arizona, who wins the contest for a book from the lovely Anna Campbell! Thank you to everyone who commented on the interview. It was a huge thrill to have Anna as a guest here and your comments made it a lot of fun. Belated congratulations as well to Lisa, who wins the … Continue reading Congratulations!
Today it is my very great pleasure to welcome acclaimed author Anna Campbell to the Passion for History blog. Anna is the multi award winning author of rivetingly passionate and emotional historical romance and an author whose books I have loved ever since the first one hit the shelves. She’s also a great friend and … Continue reading An Interview with the fabulous Anna Campbell!