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Hello and welcome to my website, where I attempt to give you the information I think you might want about my writing and, to a lesser extent, me. I presume you have come here because you've enjoyed my writing - or hated it and needed to know more about the monster who could inflict such abysmal rubbish on unsuspecting readers. But if you've liked it, I humbly ask you to please tell a friend! Also if you can, please leave an honest review in a place where other readers can find your opinion, such as Amazon or Goodreads or anywhere else you are asked for your opinion. Thank you!
And now for some Relevant Information...
book cover: Fair-skinned woman in Regency gown, coyly peeking out from behind a fan. Colors: pink dress with burgundy lace detail, whte fan, blonde hair on woman, elegant (ivory) house interior as background
Book cover for The Misadventures
Book cover for The King's Man
Book cover for A FALLN LADY

July 2024 Update:
The upcoming novel is the fourth (perhaps final? but I never can predict what my brain will want to do next, so we'll see) installment in the Welsh Blades series. It's set in about 1294, is all about religion and sex and politics (because why make anything easy for myself), tells the story of William and Margaret, and features meaningful cameos from many of the main characters from other Welsh Blades books.

The title is One Burning Heart, and it's coming out very soon! I've just finalized a cover and am working on finishing touches and formatting. I'm hoping to have it available for pre-order no later than mid-July with  a projected release of August 1. I'll of course let newsletters subscribers know as soon as it's available!


Are you new to my writing and wondering which book to pick up first? Well, you're in luck because they are all stand-alone novels.* I write in two different time periods: 13th century England/Wales, and Regency England. You can visit the Books page to orient yourself. If Book #2 in a series sounds more interesting to you, then I say go for that one - because I promise you won't be lost, if you start on Book #2. 

* Not The Misadventures, though, which are not novels and are also co-authored, and so not totally mine. The installments should probably be read in order - though to be honest, the plot is hardly the point of those goofy little guys.
​I am incredibly gratified that so many readers want more of my writing! However, I do believe that they feel that way because it's good writing, and I confess that I cannot write both well and quickly. I'm committed to producing high quality work, and for me that requires more time than seems to be common in the genre.  

One of the many reasons I decided to be self-published (and remain so, happily!) is because I did not want to be expected - or required by a publisher - to produce several books a year. It just takes me longer, generally speaking. I do sincerely hope that readers find it worth the wait. You may not like one of my books, but I hope you'll never be able to say that it was hastily churned out. 
If you are here looking for my writings on the topic of white supremacist ideology in Historical Romance, you can find it here: Romanticizing White Supremacy

If you are here looking for the little Welsh Blades #2.5 book (called Nan) that I once made available to subscribers for an extremely limited time, you will not find it. I can promise it's not integral to the series, and you are  not missing anything important. It is no longer available, here or anywhere. Please don't ask me for it. 

I am no longer post at Facebook but I do post compulsively on Twitter, which is my proof that I am not living under a rock. Much. Also, I have an Instagram where I show you pictures of my lipstick every day and also talk a lot about skin care products. Why? Because those are my hobbies and why the heck not?

If you have other questions for me - or care to say anything at all, of course - please do contact me whenever you like. In the meantime, I leave you once again with this picture of a puppy and a fish because in a dark and uncertain world, it makes me smile every damn time.
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