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The Seaside Affair is only available at this time in eBook format on Amazon for $3.99 or is free to download if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription. You may ask why the eBook is not available on Kobo, iTunes, or Nook. It's pretty simple. Amazon, who controls the world (just kidding), requires exclusivity when … Continue reading The Seaside Affair – Book Availability
Meet the cast of characters: Elizabeth and Francis Edwards - the siblings The Wilsons and their daughter Celia - the keepers of the secret The Davenport family - everyone has an agenda Lord Howard and Miss Whiting - The local aristocrat and his niece The theme behind the series is simple - It takes courage … Continue reading Release Day!
I have worked very hard to get the print version ready for release and will be approving the proofs in the next day or two. You may purchase worldwide on Amazon or at other retail locations such as Barnes & Noble. The book should be available on August 1 or very close to that date. … Continue reading Release Update
In 2014, I read a book titled "Victorian Women" by Joan Perkin as part of my research for another novel. I wrote a long blog post on my author site regarding the contents but thought since I'm back in the Victorian era again with this series, it might be useful to repost here on this … Continue reading Victorian Women
After finishing The Seaside Affair, I realized that the multiple characters and their open-ended stories would not serve well. After creating them, their existence demands resolution too. Meet the characters who take venturous risks to find love. The books border on the historical romance genre but include many other elements such as historical fiction and family relations.
I have been working very hard on getting the book ready to send my editor in mid-June. There have been a few changes here and there, and I've attempted to tighten the story in some areas, fix a few plot holes, and expand other chapters. This reminds me of why I like to write shorter … Continue reading Release Date – August 1, 2020
Writing a book is a long, arduous process. This particular story has not been an easy one for me. I started with a premise back in the fall and stumbled along the way to the end. Multiple times I had to put the book aside and ponder where to take the story. Usually, it comes … Continue reading First Draft Finished