In which we catch up

Sorry for the silence, chickens! There were a series of updates and whatnot that kept the site spotty and when the site was available I wasn’t. But I’m here now and making amends by offering up a raft of sites for you to explore.

The Alphabet Library. A new column in the Telegraph recommending forgotten books that are worth your time.

Oscar Wilde’s thoughts on art. Courtesy of Brain Pickings.

Should Charm Be Taught? Essay courtesy of BBC News asking if charm should be taught in school.

Highgate Cemetery. Intriguing piece on the cemetery featured in THE DARK ENQUIRY.

Bored Panda. Because every day needs whimsy.

Christina Bianco’s “Let It Go” cover. Broadway divas!

Don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter–you can sign up using the form to the right. The next newsletter is due to go out May 5, and we have changes afoot! Thanks to those of you who participated in the informal poll on FB. Your responses were super helpful and I’ll be including more info in each newsletter. They will be longer but NOT more frequent, so no worries about being deluged. May’s newsletter features book and music recommendations as well as an exclusive excerpt from TWELFTH NIGHT, the next Lady J novella.


One thought on “In which we catch up”

  1. Jenni Clark says:

    Love Lady Julia and Brisbane. Looking forward to reading more!

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