COVER RELEASE AND BLURB

I just received word that the editor is finished with An Accident at Pemberley.  So I need to do a read through and format it.  It should be available for sale by next week.

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WOULD YOU CARE TO OFFER AN OPINION

I am about to update my Reading page on my website.  I would like to perhaps add a comment or two from a fan to precede the posting.  If you are willing to comment on the story, attach your name to it, and have both appear on my website, I look forward to hearing from you.

I will select a comment or two at random for use and appreciate your kindness and support.  You can expect to see the comments and update to the webpage before the end of next week.

I cannot tell you how much I appreciate the support you have given me and my books over the past two plus years.

I look forward to hearing from you!

WHAT WOULD YOU THINK IF . . .

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What would you think about a Pride and Prejudice variation that had Charles Bingley as one of the bad/evil characters.

I really want to hear your opinion about this without giving away any of the story idea.

BREAKING NEWS!

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I have finished my first book in over a year.  It is currently with the professional editor and should be available for sale by the end of June.  The story has been posting on FanFiction.net.  I thought I would reveal the cover today!  Stay tuned next week when I will reveal the blurb for the book.

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WHICH DO YOU PREFER?

I am still stressing over the need to make the dialect of servants and foreign characters different from that of the rest of my novel.  I think that I have finally decided how I feel about this issue, but want to get your opinion.

In this instance, the character is a french woman who is the most popular modiste in London.  Which of the following examples would you prefer to read:

EXAMPLE 1

“I have heard of Monsieur Gardiner, but have not had the pleasure of meeting him.  Perhaps, Madame Gardiner, you might arrange for an introduction.  If he can obtain such beautiful fabrics, I must have access to him.”  To her listeners, Madame LaRue’s accented-English flowed as smooth as fingers gliding across the silks on her shelf.

EXAMPLE 2

“I ‘ave ‘eard of Monsieur Gardiner, but ‘ave not ‘ad the pleasure of meeting ‘im. Perhaps, Madame Gardiner, you might arrange for ze introduction. If ‘e can obtain such beautiful fabricz, I must ‘ave accezz to ‘im.”

I look forward to your responses!

Happy Reading!

CONGRATULATIONS AND ANOTHER CHANCE TO WIN!

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Congratulations go to Carol Jean Perrin for answering Question 4 correctly (at the theater) and to Kathy L. Berlin for answering Question 5 correctly (they were brothers).  Both will shortly receive an audio book copy of The Laughter of Love.

 

Here’s another question for some lucky follower to answer.

Question #6:  Who else do-you-knowwedding, besides that of the Viscount and Lady Penelope, did the Darcy’s attend during their fall visit to London?

Who will be next to answer a question correctly?

 

STILL WAITING FOR AN ANSWER

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We still do not have an answer to Question 4, but I though I would put out another questions anyway.  I want to give away more free audio books.

Question 5:  What was the relationship between Lady Marjorie’s husband and Michael Amesbury?

Be the first to answer this question and you could win a free audio version of The Laughter of Love.  Feel free to still answer Question 4.