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- Trowbridge, Wi, UK
- member since July 22, 2007
Now is your chance to help decide which two titles will be picked as The Gilded Pen Book Club's reads for July and win a copy of either DUCHESS BY NIGHT by Eloisa James or AFTER THE KISS by Suzanne Enoch!
Just check out the post on our club page to enter!
Hi Liz, Thanks for the tip on Carmel Carmarthenshire. We did find it. Not much there but some homes, but I got my picture taken by the town sign. Found a couple other Carmel's in the north, too...and a couple churches!
You may be happy to know that I didn't find one copy of your work in any bookstore in Hay. You're highly collectible!
Hi Liz. Thanks for the request. As for the picture, I'm not sure who the author is, I found the picture online and loved it. I'm probably breaking some rule by using it but....
You mentioned a book called Bread Alone, who's that by? I like it here in the Puget Sound area but we'll probably be moving in a few years, We have Kentucky in our sights but we want to wait until the kids are out of school. I'm trying to be patient. :o)
I haven't had time to look through your books yet -- school just started and I am TRYING to get a new schedule together. Maybe next week. . .= D
My mom's husband is from Wales (although i'm not sure exactly where ). He and my mom are actually going to grat britain in September. My kids love his accent!
Denise's books are also edited out of London I believe. She's had her first two titles released by M&B and her next one is due out in November. Her website is www.denise-lynn.com if you're interested. I'll keep an eye open for your stuff, too...on the shelves here and in Hay!
You probably know Denise Lynn then. She's with Harl Historicals. She's a great friend too and my CP. I'm actually living in Ireland, which is why I asked about publishing over here. Has M&B picked you up? I don't usually read Harl or M&B unless they're people I know. Not because they don't publish good stuff. More so because I love longer reads. I'd love to find your books on the shelves here.
And yes, our day with Char was great too. She had some of her family with her. I took them down to Kinsale for the day then my husband met us after work in Cork City for dinner. I've known Char since we were both on the Compuserve Romance Forum a million years ago and have stayed in touch since then. Meeting her face to face for the first time this year was definitely a highlight to my year.