Yes! Visit the ALL BOOKS page of this site and scroll to the bottom. I have five stand-alone novellas and three novellas included in anthologies, all available in paperback and e-book formats.
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Do you have any audio books?
Yes! Every one of my novels is available in audiobook format, read by amazingly talented narrators who’ll make you feel like you’re actually there in the ballroom or on ship deck with my heroes and heroines. You can find my audio books all listed here.
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I’m writing a novel and I would really like someone to read it and give me feedback. Can you recommend where to find critique partners?
Congratulations! I hope you find great joy in writing. Romance Writers of America is the professional organization for authors and aspiring authors of romance fiction. There are dozens of local and online chapters of RWA. They can help you find a critique partner in your area or online. Best of luck to you, and happy writing!
Some of your books feature ships and sailors. What’s the difference between a pirate and a privateer?
Pirates were thieves. They stole cargoes and ships as they wished and whenever they could get away with it. Privateers were free agents commissioned by a government to act on behalf of a state or nation. They often behaved quite a lot like pirates on the seas, but their purpose was to help the people that commissioned them win battles and wars. Many of the ships that fought on the side of the U.S. during the wars of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries were privateers.