It was Book Day today! The Unexpected Miss Bennet made her American debut. I celebrated by bringing scones, jam, and clotted cream to work. This was as much to celebrate as it was to thank my coworkers, many of whom have been so supportive of my fiction career.
Came across another lovely review of The Unexpected Miss Bennet, from Barnes & Noble’s Romantic Reads book blog:
I always thought Mary probably had a rich inner life and would therefore make an admirable heroine, and Patrice Sarath has taken up that challenge. What results is a moving character study of a middle child, a woman at a point in her life in which she must take her life into her own hands or remain devoid of any sort of happiness.
You can read more here.
Due to the magic of e-books, when I turned on my Kindle this morning, The Unexpected Miss Bennet was waiting for me there as well.
And Savvy Verse & Wit has a guest post by me about writing spaces.
Tonight will be a further celebration of Book Day with the holiday Christmas concert at my son’s high school. Although probably that has nothing to do with me and everything to do with the holidays.
I love Book Day. It’s like Christmas and birthdays all rolled up into one.