Thanks so much, Tina, for this fabulous review of Death in Highbury from A Novel Sentiment. http://www.anovelsentiment.com/2021/02/deathinhighbury.html "This book is great and I recommend reading it especially if you've read the first one and enjoyed it."
Do drop by Babblings of a Bookworm for my blog tour visit. We're talking about parlour games and a particularly fun literary game called Bouts-Rimés. Fancy yourself a poet? Match wits with Emma and see what you can do with these! https://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot.com/2021/02/death-in-highbury-by-riana-everly-guest.html
Did you just read Jude Knight's lovely story, connected to her book When Dreams Come True in Storm & Shelter? Wasn't it lovely. Thanks for sharing that, as we go around our blog circle. For those who are starting with me, keep following the links at the end of the post, until you come back … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Flash Fiction: The Music Box
It's my day on the blog at Austen Authors, and today I'm talking about crossovers. How would characters from different novels get along? Come join the conversation and tell me what you think! https://austenauthors.net/crossing-boundaries-and-a-giveaway/
The second stop on my blog tour takes me to More Agreeably Engaged, where I am interviewed by the society paper, Regency Scandals Today. http://moreagreeablyengaged.blogspot.com/2021/02/riana-everlydeath-in-highbury-emma.html Do come by, see what I had to say, and drop a comment!
For the first stop on my blog tour for Death in Highbury, I stopped by Laughing With Lizzie, where Emma Woodhouse herself had a few words to say about her town of Highbury and about Mary Bennet. https://laughingwithlizzie.blogspot.com/2021/02/blog-tour-death-in-highbury-emma.html Do stop by and drop a comment, and enter into the give-away for one of five eBooks … Continue reading Blog Tour – Emma Speaks
In North America, February 2nd is known as Groundhog Day, when (so the story goes) a rodent predicts whether we will have an early spring. If the groundhog in question (Punxsutawney Phil or Wiarton Willie) emerges from his hole and sees his shadow, he will dive back underground and we will be in for another … Continue reading Groundhogs and Candles
Great news! The next book in the Miss Mary Investigatges series is ready and available for pre-order! Death in Highbury: An Emma Mystery will be released on January 30, 2021. This full-length novel once again features Mary Bennet as the sleuth, and once again she finds herself working with investigator Alexander Lyons as they try … Continue reading A New Book and a Gorgeous Cover
Thanks for this wonderful review!
Death of a Clergyman is the first book in the Miss Mary Investigates series and can be read as a standalone story, however, I highly recommend starting by its prequel, The Mystery of the Missing Heiress, which is a small novella (currently free) that introduces to us an original character who will be crucial in Death of a Clergyman. I’ve read this prequel and absolutely loved not only the main character but also the writing style, and how the author was able to build the plot, so my expectations towards Death of a Clergyman were very high.
In Death of a Clergyman Mr. Collins is found dead and Elizabeth is accused of his murder. When Mr. Darcy hears the news, he immediately reaches out to Alexander Lyons, the private investigator we are introduced to in the novella, and hires him to investigate the murder of Mr. Collins and prove Elizabeth’s innocence. Both…
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Here in Canada it's winter, and winter means ice. And other than mixing cocktails, the only good use for ice is skating, right? Here's what I have to say about it on my blog post at Austen Authors. https://austenauthors.net/a-slippery-situation/ It is now mid-January, and in any other year my thoughts would be drifting eastward towards … Continue reading My Austen Authors Blog Post