A teacher and writer, author Cheryl Wright was a horse-gal as a child and a rockstar as a teenager. She is very sensitive to the needs of her readers, which is why she has decided to write a spin-off series for the beloved Deputy Chris Dolan from the Callahan Brothers series. This series will be called River Valley Lawmen and is the next masterpiece she is working on. To make her Historical Fiction accurate, Cheryl spends a lot of time researching about clothing, hairstyles, food, and even medicines of a specific period of time. She surfs the internet as well as the world to uncover such information. She states that the most important thing for a writer is to never give up, to keep writing in order to improve and to have faith in the art as a career. She understands that books are subjective and that criticism is also often accompanied by praise, which helps her deal with it better. For someone who has had many near-death experiences, Cheryl Wright feels like it’s an accomplishment just to be alive! Read full interview…
A friend of mine is running a romance pop quiz.
The theme is:
Do you like your romance fiction hot or not?
It takes less than two minutes to take the quiz, and I found the quiz to be quite insightful. (Yes, I took it!)
If you have a couple of minutes to spare, Georgia would really appreciate your input.
Thanks so much!
Springtime is about renewal, second chances and getting a new lease on life – which is what these stories are all about! Be swept away by love!
Falling for the Earl – by Arietta Richmond. A grieving Earl with a lost heir, a lonely woman, unsure of her place in life, an accidental meeting amongst the spring flowers, a secret in the woods, a love that transforms everything.
Shopping for a Gentleman – by Isabella Thorne. An accidental meeting while shopping brings widow, Mrs Mildred Stelter and Mr Leighton together. They discover that they have very different views on life. Can disagreement lead to love, and a new view of the world?
A Duke for the Dowager – by Catherine Windsor. Widow Lady Elizabeth has finished mourning. Still young, she hopes to love again. Her friend’s suggestion seems good until she sees the obnoxious Duke mentioned. Can she find another love? And what of the handsome Earl she met on the road?
The New Governess of Chiswick – By Grace Austen. Letitia takes a role as a governess, when her family is impoverished. The Earl is cold at first, but Letitia comes to love his daughter, and him. Dark secrets from the past threaten them. Can love win out?
The Earl’s True Love – by Katherine Keats. Lord Worthington faces the scandal of divorce, blames himself, remembers the girl he once loved. Joanna, a village girl is scorned as a spinster, because only one man ever held her heart, and he left. Can they find love?
The Unforgettable Duchess by Charlotte Darcy. Lady Daphne Kenswick gave her heart to Lord Stephen Graves but they are torn apart by an obsessed Duke, a manipulative family, and duty to country. Will fate give them a second chance to find true love?
The Earl’s Healing Heart – by Eleanor St Clair. Sarah Lyons is a widow. Many men only want her for her money. But Lord Davenport seems different. Can she bring herself to love again, or will her suspicious mind ruin any chance of finding a lasting love?
The Duke’s Obsession – by Regina Darcy. Lady Desdemona’s husband died leaving her penniless. She flees to her brother-in-law, the Duke of Danberry who once courted her and still cares for her. When a debt goes unpaid the Marquis de Chambray threatens her son – can the Duke prevent the disaster? And what of love?
The Reclusive Duke’s Second Chance – by Lydia Pembroke. A Duke deeply hurt in the past, and suspicious of all women, a woman who needs to marry money, to save her family, a house party, a spiteful meddler. Is love possible, or will they be forced apart?
A Daughter for the Duke – by Kelly Anne Bruce. Widow Hannah Winters has only her daughter, Miriam. Things improve when they meet Lord Dearly but he has a title and nothing else to offer them. When duty takes him away, their friendship seems over. Will the unexpected allow love to flourish?
Claiming the Duke’s Heart – by Sophia Wilson. A bereaved Duke, a motherless baby, a grieving young woman. A position caring for the child exposes Emily to the Duke, and attraction stirs – but will the secrets of the past force them apart? Or can love win?
The Earl’s Treachery – by Sophia Ansley. A charming Lord, a merchant’s daughter who struggles to be ladylike, an unpleasant Earl, a conspiracy to defraud. Can a false love become true? And will honesty prevail in time to save them all?
A Song for the Viscount – by Lenora Levon. Viscount Kendall is a music connoisseur. Widowed Lady Clayton would prefer to spend time at home with her daughter, for whom singing is everything. When they meet, everything changes. Can a songbird bring two such different people together?
It’s my best-seller, so some of you have read it!!
Thanks so much in anticipation. (Link below for your convenience.)