I am delighted with this new 5 Star review for The Murmur of Masks. It is wonderful when a reader really 'gets' your book. https://www.amazon.com/…/customer-reviews/R232LKB1EQ0TOE/ref
I would love to see you there.
Books Upstairs tomw, Sunday 19th November 2.30pm. #JaneAusten
A different and highly entertaining sort of JAFF (Jane Austen Fan Fiction). I am looking forward to meeting Rose Servitova on the 19th.
Here's a piece from writing.ie about Rose Servitova and 'The Longbourn Letters'. We can't wait to hear more from Rose in person on the 19th!
There is still time to get tickets for this. I would love to see you there.
Thanks to Aislinn Ní Uallacháin for another informative newsletter. I envy her energy and wish I was like 'Boyle Roche's bird'. (Sir Boyle Roche was an eighteenth century Irish MP who famously excused his absence from parliament by saying, "Mr. Speaker, it is impossible I could have been in two places at once, unless I were a bird." )
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I am delighted to be a guest on Louise Jensen's A Day in the Life feature today. Thank you, Louise, for hosting me.
Today on my blog I'm joined by historical fiction writer Catherine Kullmann who shares the details of a typical day's writing.
Do join us on 7 November from 7 p.m. GMT for gossip and chat about all things historical but especially Regency. Different authors will host half-hour slots - mine starts at 9 p.m. . I look forward to talking to you.
Today I am delighted to be a guest on Prue Batten's Desert Island Books. Thank you for hosting me, Prue. My bags are packed and i'm ready to go......http://pruebatten.com/2017/10/31/an-irish-castaway/…
Thanks for the 'honourable mention' in this month's competition, Pam. I picked this portrait for the Murmur of Masks because of the wistful appearance of the lady portrayed which echoes Olivia's longing for love
Last Sunday of the month - must be historical fiction cover competition day! My fabulous winner this month is Judith Arnopp's THE BEAUFORT WOMAN Also featuring Sean MacCotter & Catherine Kullmann
A little piece of unknown Ireland. Would you dare enter?
Fancy a bit of Irish folklore to get you in the mood for Halloween/Samhain? https://eviegaughan.com/2017/10/26/finding-the-otherworld/ 😈
Looking forward to meeting Austen and Regency fans in Dublin on 19 November