Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
I am pleased to announce that five of my novels, which received 5* reviews, will be re-published by Books We Love. The Captain and The Countess set in the reign of Charles II's niece, Queen Anne Stuart - 1702-1714, which received 5* reviews, has already been published. The Amazon link is: B0FCENLKE.
Two other novels, Tangled Love and Far Beyond Rubies set in the same era will also be published and so will False Pretences, Sunday's Child and my previously unpublished novel, Monday's Child set in the ever popular Regency era. (All of my novels received 5*reviews.)
I am now revising the next in the follow on series, Tuesday's Child, and planning Wednesday's Child.
Apart from False Pretences, Sunday's, Monday's, Tuesday's and Wednesday's Child are stand alone novels in which characters from the previous ones reappear,
I have also written a novel set in the reign of Edward II, which is with a copy editor prior to submission to Books We Love.
I chose the three eras to set my books in because each of them affected the course of history. If the Duke of Marlborough had not won The War of Spanish Succession, and The Duke of Wellington had not won the battle at Waterloo, the history of Britain and Europe would have been different, and defeat would have affected the rest of the world.
To research, I read non-fiction, (my bookcases are so crammed that if I buy a book I must consider getting rid of one to make space), and I visit museums & other places of historical interest.
I value time spent with my family, enjoy my organic garden in which I grow herbs, fruit, vegetables and ornamentals. I also enjoy cooking vegetarian food and arts and crafts.