Welcome Guest Blogger Kelly Kirch!!!

I can’t believe that Easter is almost here. Spring has sprung, thank goodness! Well it’s Friday and today we have Kelly Kirch joining us for the day.

Kelly will be blogging about her critique group and how they help her in the writing process. But before we get to Kelly. let’s learn a bit more about this author and her release MARRIAGE MART.

Kelly spent her early childhood globetrotting through international schools and inventing stories to entertain herself during long trips back to the States. After a whirlwind internet romance in college, she settled into marriage with the perfect man, resulting in two perfect children and a less than amiable cat.

Having written in other genres as well as Regency romances, she encourages others interested in writing to follow their dreams. And when not writing you can find her… oh, wait, she always writing. Scrap that.

Kelly currently has a two books out. Time for Love is available now from www.CerridwenPress.com and Marriage Mart is available at www.ResplendencePublishing.com.

Marriage Mart by Kelly Kirch

Marriage Mart

Releasing March 11, 2008 from Resplendence


Having resurrected his family from near ruin, Marcus Lord Rochester will protect their assets and their reputation at all costs. So when his sister is drawn into a rash adventure, he cannot overlook the scandal that is certain to ensue.   

Lady Ester Richmond enjoys the freedom of running her father’s country estate, uninhibited by the irrational whims of a husband. But Lady Ester is betrothed against her will and her father is determined to see her wed. So with the help of Marcus’ sister, Ester masquerades as a young lord to expose her betrothed’s secrets and thwart the engagement.  

Butting heads, Ester and Marcus discover a mounting passion for each other that cannot be ignored even in the shadow of danger and deception.

11 Responses to Welcome Guest Blogger Kelly Kirch!!!

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  4. Kelly Kirch

    Hi Laurel, thanks for asking! You know I’m a WisRWA fan and the conferences are killer.

    I’ll be at the RT conference signing Marriage Mart in print and Time for Love covers for Ebooks. Other than that I don’t currently have conference plans. Our family is moving in a very few months and most of my energy if focused on packing and resettling the family. You know how that goes.

    I seem to be on an alternating WisRWA conference schedule, so maybe next year? I was at the last one. I won’t be at the RWA one this year either.

    However, if you’re in the area (anyone? anyone? Buller?), I’ll be holding a booksigning at Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne University in Fort Wayne, Indiana bookstore on April 30th.

    Laurel, will you be at RT?


    PS. Wouldn’t trade my childhood for the world. I loved moving around. I think I will always be a nomad at heart. And happily so.

  5. Laurel Bradley

    You’re dead on about good critique partners. They are necessary, it does take a while to find a good one, and once you do–don’t let go.

    Marriage Mart sounds good. Will you be at any upcoming conferences or mid-Wisconsin venues for a book signing?

    Your childhood sound fabulous and interesting. I’d love the hear more.

  6. Kelly Kirch

    LOL, Sarah you suck up! 😉 I love the idea of people being more than they seem. We all are anyway. This is a more tangible exploration of that. A straight man wouldn’t confess his attraction for another, but what if his psyche knows more than his eyes perceive? And for her, getting one up on a childhood nemesis who needs taking down a peg, what’s more fun to read about?

    I’m a tomboy at heart. I guess it was a natural progression to get this novel written. So pleased you like the premise Sarah!


  7. Sarah Richmond

    Kelly Kirch is a rising star in historical romance. The premise of Marriage Mart intrigued me from the start. Where do you get your ideas?

  8. Lindy

    Looks fantastic, and the cover is gorgeous!


  9. Mary Schenten

    Couldn’t agree more on the importance of good critique partners. They’re worth their weight in gold. It takes a while to build the relationship so once you do, you don’t want to give them up.
    Thank goodness for the internet and email.
    I haven’t read any of your books yet, Kelly, but they’re on my list.

  10. James Goodman

    Hi Kelly!
    Congrats again on the release of Marriage Mart. I’ll check back later to see if your post about critigue groups is up. If all else fails, perhaps you could post it as a comment…

  11. Kelly Kirch

    Weird…. my blog didn’t show up. So much for discussing critiques.

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