Tag: Historical Romance

The Work of Art is a HOLT Medallion Winner!

 

I’m thrilled to announce that my Regency romance novel The Work of Art has won the HOLT Medallion Award for outstanding literary talent in the Historical category! The HOLT Medallion is a prestigious writing award bestowed by the Virginia Romance Writers’ chapter of Romance Writers of America, Many thanks to them for organizing the competition, and a huge congratulations to the other winners and finalists![…]Continue Reading

The Work of Art is a Holt Medallion Finalist!

I’m so happy to announce that my Regency romance novel The Work of Art is a finalist for the Holt Medallion! The Holt Medallion is an award hosted by the Virginia Romance Writers’ chapter of RWA, It honors outstanding literary talent.[…]Continue Reading

The Winter Companion Release Day: Blog Tour, Giveaway, & More!

It’s release day for The Winter Companion (Parish Orphan of Devon, Book 4)! To celebrate, I’ll be embarking on a virtual book tour this week, complete with interviews, reviews, and a giveaway. You can also find me at Frolic with an exclusive excerpt, at Reading is My Super Power for their Kissing Books spotlight and giveaway, and tomorrow, I’ll be over at Fresh Fiction with a special Winter Companion-themed Valentine’s Day recipe (and another giveaway!). To top it all off, the eBook price of The Winter Companion is reduced to just $2.99 for the entire week![…]Continue Reading

A Convenient Fiction Release Day: Blog Tour, Giveaway, & More!

It’s release day for my new Victorian romance A Convenient Fiction (Parish Orphan of Devon, Book 3)! To celebrate, I’m over at Frolic today with an exclusive excerpt. I’ll also be embarking on a virtual book tour this week, complete with reviews and a special giveaway. To top it all off, the eBook price of A Convenient Fiction is reduced to just $2.99 for the entire week!

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The Value of An Introduction: Vouching for Someone Victorian-Style

Le Follet, 1848.
(Met Museum)

Today, introducing one stranger to another at a social or business gathering is simply polite behavior. But in the Victorian era, an introduction was a thing of infinite value. It was a voucher. A guarantee that the person being introduced was both respectable and worthy of knowing. As Mrs. Walter Houghton explains in her 1893 book Rules of Etiquette & Home Culture:[…]Continue Reading

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