Fall or autumn–whatever you call it–is almost here. Here on the central coast of California it’s a nice warm September and we are grateful that we aren’t sweltering like so many people right now. In the garden, the sunflowers have finished along with the cucumbers and berries. We’ve still got plenty of tomatoes although the basil is going to seed.
I’m still working hard on The Unsuitable Earl but apparently not hard enough to get it done when I had promised you all and for that I apologize. It’s nose-to-the-grindstone from here on out.
If you missed it, the first scene is here. I’ll try to get the rest of the chapter up soon. I’ve also put the book on Goodreads, so if you want to add it to your to-be-reads you can. There is a link to it on my sidebar here —->
If you’d like to signup for my Very Occasional Newsletter (which is so very occasional I haven’t sent one out yet), it’s the best way to get notified when the book is released. Or you could like my author page on Facebook. That works too.
One bit of good news is that two of the characters in The Unsuitable Earl have made it very clear that they deserve their own book, so there will be a third Restoration-set historical. This one will include the Great Fire of London. And lots of kissing and stuff.