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March 7, 2019

It's always fun when writing a hero to decide his characteristics - for all my top ten essentials on what he needs to have, the variation beyond these is enormous.  As it should be, men not being all the same, but this time I have found inspiration for not one but two...

September 4, 2017

When reading historical fiction, it isn’t uncommon to have a man marrying someone ‘beneath him’ – witness Mr Darcy, who for all Elizabeth’s claims that they are both gentlemen’s children, knows that her family is “decidedly beneath my own”.  However, Darcy had the man’...

August 6, 2017

It isn't a truth universally acknowledged, perhaps, but it still is one: while the redheaded heroine is always in vogue, romance novels have a distinct lack of heroes the same.  There are Titian girls, auburn girls, and tempestuous flamingly red-haired girls, yet want...

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