Hello Karen, thank you so much for agreeing to appear on my blog. I really enjoyed Charlotte; Pride and Prejudice Continues but rather than hear my opinions I’d like you to tell us all about it. For instance, what inspired you to begin?
She learns a lot about herself, that she can manipulate her husband a little and that she is not as strong as she first thought. She battles with emotions, due to her loneliness and that leads her to places she should not be.
I thought that upon arriving in Kent that she must have felt lonely. She encouraged Mr Collins to be out in the garden, in the parish, at Rosings or in his book room. How lonely!
I also wondered about her need for conversation. Mr Collins was never shown to be the kind of person you could talk to for hours or bare your soul to, and Lady Catherine would likely bite your head off and scold you for some trifling matter, so who did Charlotte have to talk to?
And what about Mr Collins? Who could be married to him and not try to change him in some way? The least a wife would do is point out his errors or flaws, delicately.
The new one is begins in 1911 and goes into 1912... and is a historical crime/ mystery.
Driven by jealousy, greed and desire, nothing will stop Gregory Rogers from taking that which he believes is his. He'll do anything to gain money, Bancroft Hall and the power that comes with the title of Baronet. Including murder.
....Until his eyes fall upon the beautiful Jane. Can she rescue him from himself? Will she be the one thing that he cannot ruin in order to have?
Sounds excellent. I will wait with baited breath. thanks once again, Karen, for sparing time for us today and I hope you will be back to talk more about your next one very soon.
Charlotte: Pride and Prejudice Continues is available on Amazon Kindle and will be available soon in paperback.