Friday Feature– A Sense of Obligation

Last time, I featured No Cause to Repine. You can also catch up on all my other features here: Friday Features Today's feature is A Sense of Obligation. I wrote this story after reading a solitary chapter of a work in progress on a fan forum site. The story was later taken down for violating … Continue reading Friday Feature– A Sense of Obligation

Writing Prompt Wednesday

I'm going to try a new theme on my blog. Wacky Wednesday is hard to keep up with so I'm swapping it for Writing Prompt Wednesday. It's not really a thing. It just is in my head.  I took a creative writing class in college. We were sometimes given newspaper headings and told to write … Continue reading Writing Prompt Wednesday

Friday Feature–Letters from the Heart

Every few weeks, I'll be posting an excerpt from one of my back list of previously published stories. I tend to like to be organized in my head (even if I can never remember how many books I have out) so I'm just going in order. Maybe once that's over I can think about themes … Continue reading Friday Feature–Letters from the Heart

Cover Reveal

I didn't share the cover on here before because what I selected and photoshopped was just to be a place holder to get the book on pre-order, but No Cause to Repine has a gorgeous and official cover now! As with all my covers this was done by Peculiar World Designs made by the irreplaceable … Continue reading Cover Reveal

Knowing You by Heart

Summary: Resolved to forget Elizabeth Bennet while wintering in London, Darcy writes a letter in bitterness of spirit. Annoyed at her growing obsession with the arrogant man, Elizabeth journals her thoughts. Unfortunately, tormented minds are not always the clearest.

A Sense of Obligation

This story is releasing for publication on July 25, 2015. You can now preorder it on Amazon. Below is a sample. Blurb: A chance, but meaningful, encounter in Netherfield’s library changes everything between Darcy and Elizabeth. As they rush to the altar, Darcy’s faulty memory may destroy their chance at domestic comfort before they begin. … Continue reading A Sense of Obligation