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3 responses to “Author Interview | Conversing with the witty and lovely Lynn Winchester about her Regency #HistRom series “Women of Daring” feat. “A Lady Never Tells” from Entangled Publishing!

  1. Hey there, I came across this post and was already intrigued by story when I read that the idea came from watching Pride and Prejudice and Zombies! Did I not tell you yesterday (over Twitter) how much I loved the movie? Now, I am definitely reading this series. :D

    • Hallo, Hallo Ms Bruno,

      You’ll be happy to know – as I was talking about this on Twitter a bit earlier in the afternoon on Thursday – I submitted a purchase request for this novel! I am hoping my library can acquire it as I dearly have been itching to *read this lovely!* ever since I first spied it on your homepage for HFVBTs!!

      This publisher is fastly becoming one on my bookish radar, too as they are publishing a LOT of Romance stories I am keenly interested in reading! So happy you *loved!* reading this – hopefully before the close of the year I can read it and talk to you about it!

      Hosting was a delight of joy for me – thanks for including me on the tour!

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