It is an interesting fact that US English retains some of the words and expressions of seventeenth and eighteenth century English, which are wrongly thought
I orginally wrote this post nearly five years ago, just before I published my spoof historical highwayman romance ‘Ravensdale’. I am posting it again, as
I don’t know how much most authors base their characters on people they have known. I would guess that most combine various characteristics taken from
https://www.amazon.com/Longbourn-Jo-Baker-ebook/dp/B00CQ1D3BYFive years ago, when I started writing online, I was lucky enough to meet some outstanding writers on Goodreads (I’ve met others since, on Authonomy
I’m celebrating on two accounts. One, I have won a second award. I’ve just heard I’ve won a B.R.A.G medallion for ‘Outstanding Self-Published Fiction’ for
At the moment I’m writing a story where the male protagonist is as wicked as Richardson’s Lovelace in ‘Clarissa’. He talks a good deal of
The dashing hero – or anti hero – of classical robber novels has to have a Devoted Follower. It’s a must have accessory.
My Family’s Heart Book Reviews are running a book tour for my book ‘Ravensdale’ this week. I’d like to thank Tonya and Everyone. Here’s an