Jude Knight: A Baron for Becky

Very interesting interview between Aldridge and Jude

Susana's Parlour

BfB cover final small copy

Aldridge Interviews His Creator

by Jude Knight

In the rush to launch A Baron for Becky, this past month I’ve given the study no more than a flick with a duster and a lick and a promise from the vacuum. Every surface is covered with papers and books. The Marquis of Aldridge looks out of place, prowling the limited space between the clutter, the two computer stations, the stack of printers, and the bookshelves.

I can’t mistake him, though. This invention of my overactive mind is actually here, in the 21st century, in my work room, tipping his head to read the book spines, and picking up the pair of copper seals on the window ledge.

Aldridge Anthony Grenville, Marquis of Aldridge

He is such a peacock, with his highly embroidered waistcoat, the jewelled pin placed just so in a cravat knot of his own devising, the pantaloons and coat fitting…

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Guest Author Elizabeth Ellen Carter

Very interesting looking book

Ella Quinn ~ Author

Please welcome Elizabeth Ellen Carter to the blog!! Elizabeth is going to tell you a little about her release, Moonstone Conspiracy!  And she’ll give away a copy to one of you who tells her she likes the book!

As always, we begin with the lovely cover.

MoonstoneConspiracy

Next the blurb.

Revolution in France, rebels in England, and one woman caught in the crossfire…

For her unwitting participation in a plot to embezzle the Exchequer, Lady Abigail Houghall has spent the last two years exiled to the city of Bath. A card sharp, sometime mistress, and target of scandalous gossip by the London Beau Monde, Lady Abigail plots to escape her gilded cage as well as the prudish society that condemns her. But the times are not easy. France is in chaos. The king has been executed, and whispers of a similar revolution are stirring in England. And because of her participation in…

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: AN INTERVIEW WITH COLLETTE CAMERON

Very good interview on a very good book

Rakes And Rascals

I’m delighted to welcome Bestselling, Award-Winning Author COLLETTTE CAMERON to Rakes and Rascals today for an exclusive interview.

I’m thrilled to be here, Carol. Thank you so much for inviting me.

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R&R:
Could you tell us where you were born and what it was like growing up there?

Collette:
I was born in Seaside, a small tourist town along the most northwest Oregon coast. I lived their almost my entire childhood, and graduated third in my class as “most studious.”

While I was growing up, the population remained under 5000 people, but that number swelled nearly ten-fold during the peak tourist season. The locals, including me, didn’t like it all that much, though the merchants did.

To this day, I love the sound of the waves crashing onto the shore, gulls calling overhead, and fierce winter storms.

There was a bakery, now moved farther up Broadway near the Turn-Around…

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