Giveaway and Guest Blog at Diary of an Eccentric

Today I’m a guest of Anna’s at the Diary of an Eccentric blog.  I talk about how my new novella, When Mary Met the Colonel, taught me something about myself.  There’s also an excerpt and a giveaway!


Wonderful Review and Giveaway Continues at Babblings of a Bookworm

Ceri at the Babblings of a Bookworm blog gave a lovely review to When Mary Met the Colonel. She writes, “… it’s a wonderfully romantic read. There is a lot of romance in the idea of two people who care for each other but who are divided, especially when neither has an indication that their affection is returned… sigh! I’d recommend this book …”

Giveaway and Guest Post at More Agreeably Engaged

Janet at the More Agreeably Engaged blog is generously hosting my guest post about When Mary Met the Colonel.  My post explores the idea of “opposites attract” when it comes to Mary Bennet and Colonel Fitzwilliam.

There’s also an excerpt and a chance to enter a giveaway for the novella!

Terrific Review and Giveaway of Mr. Darcy to the Rescue at Austenesque Reviews!

Meredith at Austenesque Reviews gave a Mr. Darcy to the Rescue a terrific and insightful review. Check it out.  While you’re there, enter to win a hard or e-copy of the book!

Mr. Darcy to the Rescue – Victoria Kincaid + Giveaway!!!

Enthusiastic Review (in Italian and English) of Mr. Darcy to the Rescue — Also Giveaway!

Loren at the Wings of Paper blog wrote a lovely review of Mr. Darcy to the Rescue (in both Italian and English).  She is also hosting a giveaway of the book!

Giveaway and Guest Post — the Importance of Laughter in Austen’s Novels

Giveaway and guest post at Diary of an Eccentric.  I write about the importance of laughter in Austen’s novels.  Here’s the beginning of the blog — visit Diary of an Eccentric to read the rest or sign up for the giveaway!

“So, I wrote a Pride and Prejudice variation in which Elizabeth actually becomes engaged to Mr. Collins. Why was I motivated to write such a plot? Well, there are multiple reasons, but one is because my son (then 11 years old) thought Mr. Collins was funny….”

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I ask the Question: “Why Mr. Collins?” in Guest Blog at My Jane Austen Book Club

Visit My Jane Austen Book Club for my guest post about Mr. Collins and why he’s so hard for JAFF writers to redeem.  There’s also an excerpt from Mr. Darcy to the Rescue and a giveaway of an ebook or paperback copy!