I’m a guest today at Babblings of a Bookworm! There’s a guest post about writing Christmas at Darcy House, and excerpt, and a Giveaway. Be sure to stop by!
I’m a guest at Just Jane1813 with a guest post about Regency Christmas traditions. You can also enjoy an excerpt from Christmas at Darcy House and a Giveaway!
And I’m also a guest at From Pemberley to Milton with a guest post about Astley’s Amphitheatre as well as an excerpt and Giveaway!
My latest Pride and Prejudice Variation, Christmas at Darcy House, is now available at Amazon! Here is the blurb:
A Pride and Prejudice Variation. Mr. Darcy hopes Christmastime will help him to forget the pair of fine eyes that he left behind in Hertfordshire. When Elizabeth Bennet appears unexpectedly in London, Darcy decides to keep his distance, resolved to withstand his attraction to her. But when he learns that Wickham is threatening to propose to Elizabeth, Darcy faces a crisis.
For her part, Elizabeth does not understand why the unpleasant master of Pemberley insists on dancing with her at the Christmas ball or how his eyes happen to seek her out so often. She enjoys Mr. Wickham’s company and is flattered when he makes her an offer of marriage. On the other hand, Mr. Darcy’s proposal is unexpected and unwelcome. But the more Elizabeth learns of Mr. Darcy, the more confused she becomes—as she prepares to make the most momentous decision of her life.
It’s a Yuletide season of love and passion as your favorite characters enjoy Christmas at Darcy House!
Just this week there are three different sites featuring Giveaways of President Darcy!
Austenesque Reviews has a giveaway and a blog post about Finding the Perfect Darcy!
So Little Time…has a giveaway, a blog post about the presidential limousine (nicknamed the Beast), and an excerpt!
And at Austen Authors, I offer a giveaway, an excerpt, and a post about how a Regency Gentleman is like the President of the United States!
Margie’s Must Reads writes, “I adored it! There was so much to love! I loved the original quotes for Pride and Prejudice sprinkled in, I loved the characters and how their modern counterparts were very similar to their classic siblings but still had a way of being original…..”
“I really did not want it to end! It was not long enough!! I didn’t have enough time with Mr. President!! There were so many laughs and I even cried in a few places!! This book was just want I needed, a perfect remedy for my political woes right now. Why can’t we live in a world with President Fitzwilliam Darcy?!?!”
Check out the review and excerpt and giveaway! Also, you can find out which world leader Margie was fantasizing about when she was reading the book. Although, here’s a hint….
4.5 Star Review of President Darcy at Of Pens and pages! Nissa writes:
“I’ve always wanted to read a modern-day Pride and Prejudice with Mr. Darcy as the POTUS, and now we finally have it. I’m a happy, happy girl. Some scenes were hilariously absurd, others cute and awkward, and the rest so swoon-worthy. This Mr. Darcy is so adorable! I want to keep him for myself!”
Check out the review, excerpt, and giveaway!