Tag Archives: Jenna Jaxon

Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 04/23/17 Heart of Delight ~ A Lady’s Maid

I’m staying with my Handful of Hearts novella Heart of Delight, again this week for WWW.   I thought today I’d skip ahead a little after they meet–and kiss–to Hal’s thoughts after their encounter.  (Creative punctuation utilized to conform to WWW … Continue reading

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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 4/21/17

Buzznacking: “Gossiping from place to place. –Francis Robinson’s Words Used in the Neighborhood of Whitby [Yorkshire], 1876 “Calletting, saucy gossiping. –John Brockett’s Glossary of North Country Words, 1825   Sharing some gossip over a cup of scandal broth was a … Continue reading

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Winners for Only A Mistress Will Do Release Party/Birthday Party

On April 4th and April 12th we partied to celebrate my book’s, Only A Mistress Will Do, and my birthdays!  *throws confetti* Now on to the more fun part: The Winners WINNER #1 MAIRI NORRIS The winner of the first … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 04/16/17 Heart of Delight ~ A Delightful Vision

I’m changing books today to my Handful of Hearts novella Heart of Delight, which is currently up for the InD’tale Creme de la Cover award! 🙂   I thought I’d begin with the “cute meet,” at a ball but not … Continue reading

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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 4/14/17

Cony: “Rabbit fur.” “Rabbit, especially the European rabbit.” “Dupe.” Archaic —from Merriman-Webster Dictionary “A generally naive, unsophisticated person. Someone easily robbed or conned out of money.” —from Urban Dictionary.com   HAPPY EASTER!                  … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 04/09/17 Only A Mistress Will Do ~ A Discussion of Terms

Only A Mistress Will Do has released! I thought I’d post one more tidbit before moving on to another WIP. Enjoy!  Here is the link to the previous post if you want to catch up. Miss Violet Carlton is a woman facing a … Continue reading

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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 4/07/17

Groaning Cheese: “It is customary at Oxford to cut the cheese (called in the north of England, in allusion to the mother’s complaints at delivery, “the Groaning Cheese”) in the middle when the child is born, and so by degrees … Continue reading

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