London, 1812 Gemma Lancaster held her breath and stood perfectly still as if that would make her invisible. It wasn’t a good strategy. She knew this. But the only other option was gathering enough courage to pry one of her eyelids open to see who had come into the room. It took her a few … Continue reading CHAPTER ONE

Writing Group: November 2016 Prompt

This month's writing group was our one year anniversary and it was absolutely as lovely and wonderful as always. We celebrated our unending support and encouragement for each other with wine and fries and it was delightful. Yay us! This week's prompt was from a poem that I absolutely fell in love with (An Almost … Continue reading Writing Group: November 2016 Prompt

A Conversation: Miss Rose Wellesley & Miss Gemma Lancaster

Once my heroine Gemma Lancaster heard about the Battle of the Lords that went down a few weeks ago, she became very insistent on having a very civilized *thank you very much* chat with fellow independent lady Miss Rose Wellesley, the (clearly) most important character of How to Play the Game of Love, by Harmony Williams. Beware, … Continue reading A Conversation: Miss Rose Wellesley & Miss Gemma Lancaster