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Monday, January 9, 2012

I'm blogging on self publishing

I’m over at Whipped Cream today, talking about my venture into Indie publishing.
http://wcguest.blogspot.com.au/2012/01/guest-blog-berengaria-brown.html


“Noticing Nigel” blurb:
Matthew is singing in a choir for a special Christmas presentation of the oratorio, “Messiah” by Handel. He’s a tenor soloist. But his eyes are on one of the basses, Nigel, a deliciously muscular and well-built man with sparkling eyes and golden-brown hair.
Matthew takes his courage in both hands at the full-dress rehearsal, and invites Nigel out to lunch, then to dinner.
But can this be more than a one-night stand?
Buy Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/119353


Blurb “Sappho’s Sisters”
Lady Eustacia Lumley is the only child of the Earl of Wentworth. It’s her duty to marry well and ensure the succession.
Margaret Durrell is the fourth daughter of a gently born, but near penniless Vicar. She has no option but to marry a man who can provide for her and possibly for some of her sisters as well.
Both young women are very interested in Sappho’s poetry and ideas. One evening, Margaret has a headache and Eustacia offers to massage her scalp. This leads to sex, and Margaret’s very first orgasm.
They fall deeply in love, but is there any hope for them? Or will they both have to conform to the rigid rules of Regency society?
Buy Link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/119358


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