Archive for March, 2009

Pemberley Manor by Kathryn L Nelson

Pemberley Manor … Darcy and Elizabeth, for better or for worse. By Kathryn L Nelson From Sourcebooks Landmark, April 1, 2009 From a review by Dana at Reading Romance Books: Kathryn Nelson was incredibly successful in importing the Regency era into my mind and then whisking me away into the world of the Darcys’ new marriage. The...

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WOW Blog tour

   We’re thrilled to announce the launch of author Sybil Baker’s Blog Tour with WOW! Women On Writing. Stop by The Muffin today and comment for a chance to win a signed copy of Sybil’s book! Sybil will be checking in to answer your questions, so be sure to take advantage of the opportunty. Her...

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Emotional Read

I’ve been catching up on my reading. My TBR pile is huge. LOL. I was reading a book that was very emotional. It went through all spectrums of emotions from exhilaration to tears. It made me laugh one moment, gasp the next, breath hard when it got sexy and tear up at the sad moments....

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Medieval riddles – 'A Knight's Captive'

Hello, I’m Lindsay Townsend and I write historical romance novels for Kensington Books and Bookstrand of SirenBookstrand. Thank you for hosting me on the Romance Junkies blog today.    I thought I would talk a little about a less-well-known aspect of English literature: Anglo-Saxon poetry. There are some beautiful and very poignant poems in Old English. Poems such...

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