All that history I blog about? It goes into my books, too. Well, quite a bit of it. And the fashions? They're a crucial part of my Dressmakers series.
Scandal Wears Satin, the second Dressmakers book, is now available for what I hope will be your reading delectation.
This time it's Sophy's story—and those of you who've already read Book One, Silk is for Seduction, will probably not swoon with astonishment when you find out that the hero is...
You can read an excerpt at my website...or you can just go take a wild chance and get the book and see what happens.
You can expect to see more book-related historical tidbits here at 2NHG this week—and I'll be working like crazy to give you plenty of visuals over on our Pinterest page aka TwoNerdyHistoryGirls***.
And if you'll kindly bear with my bragging a little in small print, Scandal Wears Satin received starred reviews from Library Journal and Booklist as well as 4-1/2 stars and a Top Pick from Romantic Times. And other nice reviews elsewhere—but a dose of discretion, I think, cannot come amiss.
There’s a big difference in how we use history. But we’re equally nuts about it. To us, the everyday details of life in the past are things to talk about, ponder, make fun of -- much in the way normal people talk about their favorite reality show.
We talk about who’s wearing what and who’s sleeping with whom. We try to sort out rumor or myth from fact. We thought there must be at least three other people out there who think history’s fascinating and fun, too. This blog is for them.