Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Australian Book Addict video review!

I was thrilled and honoured the other day to discover that my first full-length Regency, The Uncatchable Miss Faversham, has been discussed on film by two Regency-loving sisters, Tara and Priya.

Tara and Priya also review two Regency titles by accomplished Regency writer Candice Hern in the same short film: A Proper Companion, and A Change of Heart.

I hope you get a chance to go and check out their review blog, Book Addict.

The post in question is called Candice Hern and Elizabeth Moss - head to head. I rather fear veteran writer Candice Hern came out the winner between us. But it's such a pleasure to know people out there have read and engaged with my writing that I didn't mind so much.

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