Friday, December 30, 2011

My Future is History!

We turn our attention from fairies (and sociopaths in the swamp) to history. Next year, I'll have two historicals coming out from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and so this blog will be taking on a decidedly antiquarian slant. Fear not! Though fairy magic will be gone (until you convince enough of your friends to buy the first two Green Hill books so I can write another sequel) there is plenty to titillate you in Seventeenth Century England, the setting of my upcoming Ladies in Waiting.

You'll meet King Charles II, the merry monarch more famous for his mistresses than his governance. There will be plagues and fire, murder and seduction, bosoms, codpieces and cross dressing, and perhaps the most peculiar incident of fellatio in history, involving a countess and a mummified saint.

As you can see, this blog is also becoming decidedly PG-13. Prepare for ribaldry!

Book giveaways soon!


1 comment:

Shanan, The Book Addict said...

I don't think King Charles II was alone in being more remembered for his mistresses than his governance. LOL :)