Blog Tour for “Mr. Darcy’s Perfect Match” Begins Today

I invite you to follow along as I visit with a number of gracious blog hosts. Besides multiple opportunities to win one of 8 e-books, the tour features excerpts from the book and posts on topics such as the Royal Menagerie and ghosts at the Tower of London. I hope to see you there!

Here is the schedule:

January 27 Austenesque Reviews:…

January 28 My Jane Austen Book Club:

January 29 Austenprose:

A Preview of Mr. Darcy’s Perfect Match: A Pride & Prejudice Variation, by Kelly Miller

January 30 So Little Time…:

January 31 Babblings of a Bookworm

February 3 More Agreeably Engaged

February 4 Savvy Verse & Wit

February 6 Donadee’s Corner

February 7 Diary of an Eccentric

February 10 From Pemberley to Milton

February 11 My Vices and Weaknesses

Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley’s Book Cover Featured in Historical Fiction Cover Competition.

I was thrilled to find out that my good friend Author Suzan Lauder’s book cover for A Most Handsome Gentleman, along with my book cover for Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley, were featured in Pam Lecky’s Historical Fiction Cover Competition this month. This is a double honor for Artist Janet Taylor, whose talent is responsible for both covers. Check out the post here:

Historical Fiction Cover Competition August 2019

Character Interview-Graham, from Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley

In my view, the idea of a character interview as a way to promote a book is rather odd and challenging. Odd because the reader will not fully appreciate the interview unless they have already read the book. Challenging because you do not want to give away any important plot points. Nevertheless, I took up the challenge and created a light-hearted look at a modern-day interview of Graham, the angel of death who visits Fitzwilliam Darcy in 1815 England. The interview was posted at Janet Taylor’s blog, More Agreeably Engaged, and you can see it here:

Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley-Reviewed at Ana Darcy’s Blog, My Vices and Weaknesses

As one might imagine, the most nerve-wracking part of a blog tour is waiting to see a blog host’s review of your book. You can bet I was on pins and needles as I awaited my last blog tour stop. It was a tremendous relief to receive 4.5 stars, and an insightful, spoiler-free review to boot for which I am grateful. The complete review and excerpt may be seen at Ana’s blog here:

“Death takes a Holiday at Pemberley” by Kelly Miller. Review, excerpt + giveaway