Francine, thank you so much for the welcome! Sorry it took me so long to reply but I haven't really been on the computer much at all since before Christmas, and I just haven't had a chance to catch up on everything until now.
But it's lovely to be here, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and I hope to get more time to explore RFO in 2012! Happy New Year!
Thanks Francine, my readers are giving me great reviews - many have commented on how well I protrayed the primary female character Peggy Stewart and her romantic relationship with my protagonist, the 1920s Bureau of Investigation agent Seth Armitage.
Wow - it's inspirational to hear about folks like you who have had a lot of success over the years and know the business.
My books have only come out since the Kindle revolution and so far all my sales are in the USA - I guess that's where the machines are in use at the moment. I'm hoping that with sites like this - aimed at the UK community there will be a ramping of interest as e-readers get more popular over here. Rumour has it that our books are very popular on e-readers as no-one can tell from the cover what action is going on inside!
I will definitely try your Highwayman's Mistress - I have a lot of back reading but have not had a historical for a while so will look forward to it.
PS Thanks for your comment on the today's blog post - it makes such a difference when you know someone out there has read it!