Happy Friday, New Video!

Today is my first day back from a truly delightful mini-break at the beach in Ocean Grove, NJ where I celebrated the Fourth with my sweetie basking on the beach and giving all creatures crustacean a true run for their lives! (I have the seafood tower photo posted to my Facebook Page to back up my claims).

While I was away, I picked up a lovely bit of bric-a-brac, a mermaid hanging ornament with the saying, “Life itself is the most wonderful fairytale.” Indeed.

With my recent Suddenly Cinderella Series sale to Entangled Publishing, lately I’ve been doing a lot of thinking on the fairytale front. Fairy tales allow–promote–not only the possibility but the probability that extraordinary, wonderful things will happen when we least expect them–especially when we least expect them.

Please check out my latest unexpected bit of wonder, my video interview for the Author Learning Center. I gave the interview last winter and then forgot about it in the  hectic rush of holidays and deadlines. Behold, the interview went live within the last 24 hours. Please enjoy–it’s super short, promise! Likes and Shares are, as always, much appreciated.

Wishing you a fairytale weekend…


3 thoughts on “Happy Friday, New Video!

  1. It’s a fine line… having enough historical facts to keep it interesting, but not so much that it feels like a textbook. The only thing “historical” about some historical romances is the date on the first page. If not for the occasional duke or viscount and reference to gaslights, the pining and yearning could be taking place anywhere, at any time.

    Thanks for the interesting video!

  2. Thanks for taking the time to comment, Kate. I agree there are a lot of “costume drama” historical romances being published. I guess it comes down to personal taste. As a reader and writer, I’d rather have more history than less but whatever there is, let it be accurate! 🙂

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