Posts Tagged ‘Connie Brockway’
C2’s review of The Lady Most Likely…A Novel in Three Parts by Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Connie Brockway Historical Romance published by Avon 28 Dec 10 Based on the author firepower behind “The Lady Most Likely”, I’m sure reader expectations are high. I mean, Julia Quinn, Eloisa James and Connie Brockway working together in [...]
You’re in for a treat today! Welcome to Duck Chat! Ohmyohmyohmy! Squeeeeeeeeeeeee! Kathryn Smith is here!!!!! As most of you know, Kathryn’s vampire series, Brotherhood of the Blood, is a favorite of fans everywhere, but the really big news lately is that she’s writing straight historicals once again, and Kathryn will be talking about that [...]
Welcome once again to Duck Chat! Today is going to be a very fun day. We have Meredith Duran in the house! Besides being a romance author, Meredith is a doctoral student in anthropology, loves doing field work in such places as India and browsing through library travelogues written by Nineteenth Century Englishwomen. British history [...]
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Sandy M’s Retro Review of My Dearest Enemy by Connie Brockway Historical Romance released by Dell 6 Jul 98 Welcome to the new and improved Retro Reviews at TGTBTU, A Duckie Looks Back. When revisiting some of our old faves or even first-times reads for a few of us here at the Pond, this is [...]
Welcome again to Duck Chat! It’s here. The day all of you Connie Brockway fans have been waiting for! So Enchanting hit the shelves yesterday. I was lucky enough to win one of the first copies off the press back in December and just finished reading it. So I thought what better way to celebrate [...]
Sandy M’s review of So Enchanting by Connie Brockway Historical Romance released by Onyx 3 Feb 09 I’m a relatively new Connie Brockway fan. In the last couple of years I’ve read her McClairen’s Isle and The Rose Hunter trilogies and enjoyed all those books immensely. Now, I’ve not yet read her contemporaries, so this [...]
I don’t get it. If you look at Brockway’s site she sez: And, of course, I’ve been writing. My next book will hit the shelves February 2, 2009 and…drumroll… it’s a historical romance! BUT then goes on to describe it as…
I had everything planned. Really, I did. Yeah, right. I had plans too. Besides meeting and chatting with all the authors I’ve gotten to know online over the past several years, I was going to write to ya’ll and let you know what’s happening. What’s stopped me? I forgot my wireless adapter for my laptop. [...]
This just in… Romance Writers of America’s 28th Annual National Conference is about to kick off in California. Authors, readers, publishers, agents, just to name a few, will be gathering in the city by the bay, San Francisco, starting today, July 30, through Sunday, August 2, at the Marriott Hotel at Union Square.