A Boy’s Prejudice Against P&P

A Boy’s Prejudice Against P&P

A few weeks ago, I sat with my son and his English teacher at his student conference. (I’ve changed their names to protect the not-so-innocent.) Ms. Lewis was explaining to me that they were in the middle of Pride and Prejudice, and Matthew confessed that so far, he’d only read 40 pages. “There’s only so much love… more goodness …

Celebrating the Release of “Mr. Darcy’s Bargain” + a Giveaway

Celebrating the Release of “Mr. Darcy’s Bargain” + a Giveaway

When I came upon the idea of a “bargain” between Darcy and Elizabeth, I required an impetus to bring them together in my latest vagary, Mr. Darcy’s Bargain. That impetus was a scam perpetrated on the citizens of Meryton by none other than our favorite villain, George Wickham. I created a scheme based on a… more goodness …

Announcing a Book Launch and Giveaway of “Duty Demands” from Elaine Owen!

Announcing a Book Launch and Giveaway of “Duty Demands” from Elaine Owen!

Imagine if Darcy hadn’t been humbled by Elizabeth before they were married. Imagine if his “Hunsford moment” had come after they were married . . . . and if he had no idea that his wife was not in love with him! Add in misunderstandings, assumptions, and miscommunications, and you have the plot for Duty… more goodness …

Writing fever in November

Writing fever in November

As Alexa posted last Friday, November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in which one must write a short novel in a month. Despite my family going on a short vacation last weekend, all I can really think about is accomplishing NaNoWriMo this year. This will be my third year attempting NaNoWriMo. I almost made… more goodness …