writing Historical Romance
Yeah! I've missed it. :0)
I can do about six or eight things. Total. When more stuff lands on me ... well, the blog is low on the list of priorities, I'm afraid.
I missed your blog too. But it is worth waiting for. And I LOVED Rogue Spy! /Malin from Sweden
I miss doing the blog. It's fairly relaxing for me. I get to spread out and philosophize.
Just wanted to say I loved Rogue Spy - and went back and read all the others again :) I really don't know which one I love most (probably the one I'm reading at the time). Annique is one of my favorites as she was the one that sucked me in - despite the awful cover at the time (sorry!) and had me hooked from the moment she made a cosh from her stocking. She was so different from any heroine I had read about before. But then came Forbidden Rose, and Black Hawk and now Rogue Spy. I love how all the books intertwine and you learn a little bit more about them all in each book, I don't think I'll ever tire of reading them. I hope you keep the series going and I'm looking forward to Severine's story. Will we ever learn more about the mysterious Fletcher, and grumpy Felicity?
Thank you for the kind words. I don't know about any Spymaster books after Severine. There must come a point at which folks just get tired of reading them and the series is played out. Nothing could be worse than continuing to write after the story is going stale and predictable.What I'm doing now is keeping my nose to the grindstone, writing. Trying to find something to say that I haven't said before. I won't look too far into the future. *g*