Book review: Tora Williams, Bound to her Blood Enemy

Today on the blog, I’m delighted to share my review of Bound to her Blood Enemy, by Tora Williams, as part of her blog tour. Bound to Her Blood Enemy Norman heiress, Matilda Comyn is desperate to escape her grasping guardian and reclaim her inheritance. After a lifetime of being let down by men, she … More Book review: Tora Williams, Bound to her Blood Enemy

Book review: Elizabeth Bailey, The Gilded Shroud

Today on the blog, I’m delighted to welcome Elizabeth Bailey as part of her blog tour for The Gilded Shroud. I’ve included my review of the novel at the end of this post, but first, here’s an article from Elizabeth, about that most important individual: the lady’s maid…  Why does your Regency lady need a personal … More Book review: Elizabeth Bailey, The Gilded Shroud

Keeping My Soul…

One of the things I love most about my writing life is hanging out with other writerly types; that’s one of the reasons the North Tyneside Writers’ Circle came about in January 2017, when Elaine Cusack and I were chatting to Clare from North Tyneside Libraries during an event. Since then, the group has gone … More Keeping My Soul…

Book review: Catherine Meyrick, Forsaking All Other

Forsaking All Other by Catherine Meyrick Publication Date: April 1, 2018 Courante Publishing eBook & Print; 291 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction Love is no game for women; the price is far too high. England 1585. Bess Stoughton, waiting woman to the well-connected Lady Allingbourne, has discovered that her father is arranging for her to marry … More Book review: Catherine Meyrick, Forsaking All Other

Special Offer!

Happy Thursday everyone! To help celebrate the upcoming launch of Kindred Spirits: Westminster Abbey (tomorrow!), here’s your chance to pick up the second in the series, from June 2017, Kindred Spirits: Royal Mile, for absolutely nothing! Ever wondered what the ghost of Mary, Queen of Scots is up to these days? Where in Edinburgh she … More Special Offer!