Friday Feature: Guest Author Alicia Rasley

Friday Feature: Guest Author Alicia Rasley

Thanks, Gina, for letting me visit! [Gina: You’re welcome! What a privilege to have you on the blog] I write historical novels set in the British Regency period (early 19th C). When I wrote a Christmas novella (an excerpt is below), I researched British holiday customs. Here are three things I learned about Twelfth Night:   What is Twelfth Night? This has been celebrated since the Middle Ages as the traditional end to the Christmas...

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Friday Feature: Guest Author Christy English

Friday Feature: Guest Author Christy English

  She’s the Hellion of Hyde Park… A foolproof plan to avoid marriage: 1. Always carry at least three blades. 2. Ride circles around any man. 3. Never get caught in a handsome duke’s arms. Wild Highlander Mary Elizabeth Waters is living on borrowed time. She’s managed to dodge the marriage banns up to now, but even Englishmen can only be put off for so long…and there’s one in particular who has her in...

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Friday Feature: Mary Anne Yarde

Friday Feature: Mary Anne Yarde

“It is dangerous to become attached to a du Lac. He will break your heart, and you will not recover.” So prophesies a wizened healer to Annis, daughter of King Cerdic of Wessex. If there is truth in the old crone’s words, they come far too late for Annis, who defies father, king, and country to save the man she loves. Alden du Lac, once king of Cerniw, has nothing. Betrayed by Cerdic, Alden’s kingdom lies in rubble, his fort razed to...

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