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
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
The final stop on my blog tour for Death of a Clergyman is at Austenesque Reviews, always a delightful blog to read. In the story, Mr. Collins' murder is not the only strange thing going on in Meryton - it seems silverware is disappearing from Netherfield Park as well! What type of silverware? Let's take … Continue reading Blog Tour – Polish up the Silverware
Today I'm stopping in at Diary of an Eccentric on my blog tour for Death of a Clergyman. There, I'm chatting a bit about detection techniques and forensics, and where the science was in 1811! Don't forget to comment on the post there for a chance to win a copy of the book! https://diaryofaneccentric.wordpress.com/2020/10/26/death-of-a-clergyman-by-riana-everly-guest-post-excerpt-giveaway/
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…
View original post 2,064 more words
Here's a lovey review of Death of a Clergyman from A Novel Sentiment (formerly Half Agony Half Hope). My Review: I'm really not one for mystery books but this one sounded interesting and one of the main characters is Mary Bennet who doesn't get a lot of love. I read the first book in this series … Continue reading A Review from A Novel Sentiment
It's always so exciting when the paperbacks arrive! No matter how routine it is, the thrill never palls. No matter that Amazon makes it all but impossible to order proof copies. No matter that there is always some glitch somewhere. No matter that the courier stood on my porch without a mask and expected me … Continue reading Paperbacks!
For my visit to Babblings of a Bookworm, I wrote a bit about the University of Glasgow, where my character Alexander Lyons took his degrees. There's a bit of history, an excerpt, and a give-away!https://babblingsofabookworm.blogspot.com/2020/10/death-of-clergyman-by-riana-everly.html
What a lovely surprise it was to see this great review from Gumshoe Review of Death of a Clergyman!Here's the link: http://www.gumshoereview.com/php/Review-id.php?id=6689 And here's the text: Death of a Clergyman is the first of a new series featuring Miss Mary Bennet as the investigator. For those who are Jane Austen fans, you'll find your first guess … Continue reading Gumshoe Review loved Miss Mary!