Charlotte Collins has a fresh mystery to solve in The Hunsford Curse. Misfortunes strike Rosings, and one of Lady Catherine's guests seems intent on exploiting the estate's troubles. Which turns out to be bad news for Anne de Bourgh. Someone … [Read more...] about New book: The Hunsford Curse
Turning thoughts into words can be a frustrating experience, but writing's not all torment, torn hair, and mountains of comfort food. For me, a particular joy comes from creating scenes involving the intellectual giant, expert dancer, and balm to … [Read more...] about Punishing Mr Collins?
As the year draws to an end, time to say a big thanks to everyone for their interest in my writing this year. Port & Proposals recently passed its one-year book anniversary, so a special THANK YOU to all who have read, reviewed and/or talked … [Read more...] about Season’s greetings from Hunsford!
My recent writing sessions had me wandering through Rosings Park once more (after cleaning my shoes thoroughly). Charlotte Collins finds herself embroiled in the woes of the Hunsford villagers again in a new mystery. Or perhaps our heroine sees … [Read more...] about Charlotte Collins returns soon!
"Take some advice from your father, Lizzy, and never pull at old threads. They come apart." November 27th sees the release of Port and Proposals, my new novel featuring Mr Bennet. It seems life won't let our poor father-of-five remain in his … [Read more...] about Mr Bennet’s (almost) back
Sometimes all it takes is a few pages to tell a story. And so it is with A Third Proposal, a vignette from the life of Mr Bennet as he returns to Meryton from a trip to London. All is not well at Longbourn and Netherfield. But who's to blame? And … [Read more...] about Introducing “A Third Proposal”