Want personalized books for the holidays?

Is there someone in your life who would love a Katherine Marlowe book for the holidays, personalized and signed by the author? I’m delighted to announce that I’m teaming up with my local independent book store, Boulder Book Store, to provide just that! Ordering is simple: Just go to the Boulder Book Store website and choose the … More Want personalized books for the holidays?

Book Release Day: The Valet and the Stable Groom

Ebook now available on Amazon! Get it at the release weekend price of $.99! Print book available through Createspace! Hardworking and ambitious, Clement Adair has his career planned out: a steady rise from a mere personal valet to the head butler of a grand noble house. When a new baby causes a split in his employer’s estate, … More Book Release Day: The Valet and the Stable Groom

Eleanor and Hick

I’m currently reading an advance copy of Eleanor and Hick by Susan Quinn, upcoming from Penguin Press in September. It’s about Eleanor Roosevelt’s love affair with journalist Lorena Hickok, and it is phenomenal. But my favourite thing by far is that every few pages there’s a mention of some of the many sapphic couples in Eleanor’s friend … More Eleanor and Hick

Bluestockings, and the Feminist Identity in Georgian England

I originally set upon this topic with one very simple question that I wanted answered: what term would an educated young lady in Regency England use to identify herself as a person interested in the progress of women’s rights? I knew that feminist thought existed at the time (my favourite example: Beauty’s Triumph or, The Superiority … More Bluestockings, and the Feminist Identity in Georgian England