Welcome to Day 15 of the Romancing September Across The World Blog Tour. The question I put out to all of these authors was “What challenges do you face in writing romance in today’s society?”
Don’t forget to go over to Rosie Amber’s page and check out her page too. I’ll put the link at the bottom of this post.
Today my guest author is Fenella J. Miller and I want to thank her for blogging with me today. Here is a little about Fenella and her book A House Party.
What Challenges do you face writing romance in today’s society?
Writing romance today is no more difficult than it ever was – in fact in some ways it is much easier. Thirty years ago mm and ff romances were not acceptable, erotica was something bought in a brown paper bag, and women were expected to be subservient to the male hero.
Today a writer can write anything that interests them. I write historical romances so am fortunate that I don’t have to keep up with trends – one reason I love writing in this genre.”
Fenella Jane Miller was born in the Isle of Man. Her father was a Yorkshire man and her mother the daughter of a Rajah. She has worked as a nanny, cleaner, field worker,hotelier,chef, secondary and primary teacher and is now a full time writer.
She has over twenty five Regency romantic adventures published plus one Jane Austen re-telling and two WW2 historical novels.
She lives in a pretty, riverside village in Essex with her husband. She has two adult children and… Read more at Amazon’s Fenella J Miller Page
Regency Romantic Adventure
74 000 words
When Lady Dalrymple, Penelope Coombs great-aunt, accepts Lord Weston’s invitation to join his house party, Penny is most displeased. She was slighted by the Earl of Rushford during her season and has no wish to repeat the experience.
Lord Edward Weston, who secretly works for the British government, is searching for the traitor who is smuggling gold to France. Ned suspects the villain is travelling with an air balloon party, so invites the balloonist to his home in order to investigate his suspicions.
Penny is almost abducted on her ride over to Headingly Court and this is the beginning of a series of ever more alarming events. James Weston is there to offer his support and comfort. He is charming and not at all arrogant and irascible like his cousin Ned.
Will the handsome Frenchman, Count Everex, evade capture or succeed with his nefarious plans?