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Oh Sister, Where Art Thou?

Wannabe writers are forever being advised to “write about what you know, write from experience”. As the eldest of four very confident and opinionated sisters (and three brothers too), it’s therefore not altogether surprising that I’ve written a lot of … Continue reading

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New Release in Australia

The Earl’s Countess of Convenience/Reunited with His Long-Lost Cinderella, out now in a print duet in Australia, or available as a single title in digital format. The Earl’s Countess Of Convenience – Marguerite Kaye Eloise Brannagh has witnessed first-hand the … Continue reading

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Giveaway Winners

Thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway to celebrate the release of The Earl’s Countess of Convenience, I really enjoyed reading your comments. Congratulations to to Sally Freytag, who wins the cosy and a signed book, and to Rita … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Release of THE EARL’S COUNTESS OF CONVENIENCE

Three orphaned sisters, their rather extraordinary aunt, and four marriages of convenience! The first book in my new Penniless Brides of Convenience  quartet, The Earl’s Countess of Convenience,  is out now in print and digital, in the UK, US and … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

The first book in my new Marriage of Convenience quartet is mostly set in London, so my reading time in the last while has been indulgent fiction rather than research. And without planning it, I seem to have been focusing … Continue reading

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Darn It! It’s that Madame LeClerc Again

One of my favourite creations is Madame LeClerc, the most sought-after modiste in Regency Bond Street. She first arrived to England in the company of Lady Serena in The Rake and the Heiress, set in 1816. Madame was a Parisian … Continue reading

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Welcome to My Worlds

I have always been fascinated by the impressive architecture and ornate interiors of stately homes and grand public buildings. My pet hates however, are frustratingly roped-off rooms, or doors marked ‘private’. September Doors Open Days in the UK are a … Continue reading

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