Mary Bennet has agreed to an interview! Head over to The Protagonist Speaks to see what she has to say. https://theprotagonistspeaks.com/2021/04/09/miss-bennet-of-death-of-a-clergyman-by-riana-everly/ You might find some of the other interviews fascinating too. Have fun there.
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!
I am delighted to visit Jane Hinchey's always-interesting newsletter today, where she interviews me. Please pop over and see what we discussed.And if cozy mystery and fantasy is your thing, definitely see what she has on her own pages.https://janehinchey.com/author-interview-riana-everly/
There’s a give-away as well. Please stop by and tell us what you think.
Good Afternoon everyone,
Today I have the pleasure to interview Riana Everly, a very creative author whom I am always happy to see visiting From Pemberley to Milton. Ms. Everly has released a new series called Miss Mary Investigates whose main character is Mary Bennet my favourite sister, after Elizabeth of course. This series has two books already, a novella called The Mystery of the Missing Heiress, which is an introduction to the series (and currently free by the way) and Death of a Clergyman, the first book in the series.
Today Riana Everly is here to talk to us a little more about this book, and I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Don’t forget to comment to apply to the giveaway 🙂
First of all, thank you for visiting From Pemberley to Milton and taking the time to answer some of my questions Riana. I am…
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I was interviewed by the lovely Clare Rhoden on her blog. Have a read - you might learn something new about me (like what colour my hair is these days). And while you're there, check out what else she has for you. https://clarerhoden.com/2020/07/24/austenesque-enjoyment-with-riana-everly/
Just in time for Canada Day, I have an interview on Wayne Turmel's blog where I talk about my fascination with Canadian history in general, and the history of Nova Scotia in specific. Part of my novel The Assistant takes place in Nova Scotia in the year 1800, and while at that time Nova Scotia … Continue reading For Canada Day – an interview about The Assistant
We have finally convinced Edward Gardiner's very shy assistant to speak a little bit about himself at Laughing With Lizzie. I wonder why he is so shy!