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There’s something magical about hearing your character speak for the first time.  When my agent told me he’d sold my audiobook rights to Listening Library I was so thrilled. I was soon introduced to FOLLY’s fabulous producer, Janet Stark, and … Continue reading

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Rafflecopter has spoken and chosen the five winners of my Folly Friday giveaway! Thanks to everyone who entered and spread the word about the giveaway.  And thanks to Jen Parrish, of Parrish Relics, who designed the beautiful Waterhouse A Mermaid necklace.  And … Continue reading

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Hi everybody!  I want to take this Folly Friday to express my gratitude to my agent, John M. Cusick, my editor, Leila Sales, and all the people at Viking who took a chance on my little historical.  And to Janet … Continue reading

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One of the best things about setting historical stories in England is that the places, for the most part, still exist. I was recently comparing a London street map from 1908 to a modern map and not a lot has … Continue reading

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This Folly Friday we are going to the movies (or as Vicky would say, to the bioscope)! When I was researching A MAD, WICKED FOLLY, I wanted to immerse myself in the Edwardian period as much as I possibly could. … Continue reading

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