Do you have any plans for book 5 or 6 of your Rogue Hearts series?
Yes, in fact I have two more books planned for the Amesbury family:
I am currently working on the rough draft about Margaret, the eldest of this misbegotten bunch. She is accused of murdering her jerk of a husband and then fleeing. One of Grant’s Bow Street friends, Conner Jackson, has hunted her down to bring her to justice. Or so he thinks 🙂
Rachel (a sister) is not really plotted. She will overcome her secret heartbreak and fall for a childhood friend. Or maybe a sworn enemy. I haven’t decided yet.
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What are your favorite Historical research resources?
Any books written by Jane Austen work because they were written and take place around that time period. her are some of my other favorites:
The Prince of Pleasure and His Regency
Our Tempestuous Day: History of Regency England
Georgette Heyer’s Regency World
Dee Hendrickson’s Regency World
Writer’s Guide to Everyday Life in Regency and Victorian England
The above mentioned are all excellent sources. But my favorite source is the Beau Monde, a Regency/Georgian Chapter of Romance Writers of America. A collection of knowledgeable and generous history buffs gather and share tips and sources for any question I can think of asking. They even know stuff it never occurred to me to ask.
Are you planning on writing a book two for your fantasy, Queen in Exile?
Not a true book 2, but I do have another fantasy that I wrote, then lost when my computer crashed and my back up disappeared 🙁 It was a very bad day. I have started rewriting it but set it aside to focus on historicals per my agent’s advice. It may be a while before I get back to fantasy or paranormal.