Historical romance is the genre I go to for dreamy courtships, sweeping passion and perilous plots, not to mention exquisite fashions, luxurious settings and graceful manners, as well as exciting–and sometimes real–characters. And oh, those sumptuous feasts! Let’s face it. Historical romance has (insert extravagant adjective of your choice) everything!

I love writing books set in interesting historical periods. One of my two Works In Progress for adults is The Earl’s Brilliant Scandal. It’s a very-late Georgian era romance, the first book in The SILK Series, which will continue into the Regency era. AND IT’S A FINALIST! in Dragonblade Publishing‘s The Write Stuff contest. But the winners won’t be announced until July 1.

My other adult WIP is a late Victorian fantasy romance, the first book in a series of four. That title is Enshadowed. It’s also been a finalist in writing contests and I’m trying to accomplish the changes that will make it a winner, too.

So, while I wait and keep on editing, I’m going to give my website and social media a style change. New graphics, new material, etc. Patience, please, and thank you.

In addition, I’m refreshing the cover and some extra content for my five-star Middle Grade historical fantasy, Celia and the Wolf, and looking forward to a sales push for this Halloween.