A Holiday by Gaslight, Special Sales, and Other News

Did you know I’ve written a Victorian Christmas novella? A Holiday by Gaslight is set in 1861 and was inspired, in small part, by Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South. It was also inspired by the social, scientific, and technological advances of the mid-19th century. Like us, the Victorians were faced with a rapidly changing world. Many wanted to cling to the status quo, but some—like my heroine’s father—embraced the change to the point of folly.

A Holiday by Gaslight will be out on November 13 and is now available for pre-order at the discounted price of $1.99. I’ll be doing a cover reveal sometime next month. In the meanwhile, you can read the blurb HERE. And don’t forget to add it to your Goodreads TBR list!

NOW AVAILABLE for PRE-ORDER

A Holiday by Gaslight
A Victorian Christmas Novella

England, 1861  Sophie Appersett is quite willing to marry outside of her class to ensure the survival of her family. But the darkly handsome Mr. Edward Sharpe is no run of the mill London merchant. He’s grim and silent. A man of little emotion—or perhaps no emotion at all. Can the two of them ever find any common ground?  Find out more…

PRE-ORDER TODAY 
eBook: $1.99

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In other news, to celebrate the release of The Matrimonial Advertisement on September 4, The Lost Letter is going on sale for 99 cents from August 27-September 2.

The Lost Letter
A Victorian Romance

England, 1860. An impoverished beauty is unexpectedly reunited with the beastly earl who jilted her three years before. Will they finally find their happily ever after? Or are some fairy-tale endings simply not meant to be? Find out more…

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Went straight to Amazon to pre-order! They don’t have it up yet.

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Congratulations and good luck. Looks interesting.

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