(1) Guest Leslie Carroll – Feb. 19, and (2) Newsletter Contest

LeslieCarroll LESLIE CARROLL – FEB 19

Leslie Carroll wears many hats.  She is an actress, a freelance journalist, and a multi-published author in three genres. Leslie will be Susan King's guest on Friday, February 19.  She writes historical nonfiction and contemporary fiction under her own name, and historical fiction under the name of Amanda Elyot.

NEWSLETTER CONTEST

NewsletterThose of you who subscribe to our newsletter already know about the contest we're running in order to get feedback.  The contest is still open and the winner–chosen from those who submit suggestions/comments regarding the newsletter–will receive a $10 gift certificate.

We'd like your feedback regarding newsletter content.  What do you want to see in the newsletter?  Is it too long?  Too short?  Boring?  Interesting?  What do you like?  Dislike?  Would you like to see pictures in the newsletter?  Do you use the links to view Wench books or Wench posts, or are the links a waste of time?  Do you even read the newsletter?  (And if you hit the delete button without reading it, tell us why.)  Do you like the short blurbs in the Current Books section?   Be specific, and don't worry about hurting feelings.  We want your feedback.  Please share your thoughts by clicking on "comments" at the end of this post.  The winner's name will be posted next Sunday, the winner chosen from the commenters.

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Valentine2 HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

I'd like to take this time to extend Valentine's wishes to my bosses, the Wenches, and to all the blog readers who visit this site.  Happy Valentine's Day, everyone!  May your life be filled with romance.

35 thoughts on “(1) Guest Leslie Carroll – Feb. 19, and (2) Newsletter Contest”

  1. I’d love to see more colors………also old pic’s of way back when…….some jokes would be cool………Maybe now and then throw in some pic’s of clothing worn in Regency era’s, etc. Historical articles…….
    Sometimes it is too long……

    Reply
  2. I’d love to see more colors………also old pic’s of way back when…….some jokes would be cool………Maybe now and then throw in some pic’s of clothing worn in Regency era’s, etc. Historical articles…….
    Sometimes it is too long……

    Reply
  3. I’d love to see more colors………also old pic’s of way back when…….some jokes would be cool………Maybe now and then throw in some pic’s of clothing worn in Regency era’s, etc. Historical articles…….
    Sometimes it is too long……

    Reply
  4. I’d love to see more colors………also old pic’s of way back when…….some jokes would be cool………Maybe now and then throw in some pic’s of clothing worn in Regency era’s, etc. Historical articles…….
    Sometimes it is too long……

    Reply
  5. I’d love to see more colors………also old pic’s of way back when…….some jokes would be cool………Maybe now and then throw in some pic’s of clothing worn in Regency era’s, etc. Historical articles…….
    Sometimes it is too long……

    Reply
  6. The content of the news letter is just fine. The only change I could think of, would be to make it more visually appealing. Pictures, borders around sections, just something to dress it up a little. There is enough information, but not too much.
    Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  7. The content of the news letter is just fine. The only change I could think of, would be to make it more visually appealing. Pictures, borders around sections, just something to dress it up a little. There is enough information, but not too much.
    Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  8. The content of the news letter is just fine. The only change I could think of, would be to make it more visually appealing. Pictures, borders around sections, just something to dress it up a little. There is enough information, but not too much.
    Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  9. The content of the news letter is just fine. The only change I could think of, would be to make it more visually appealing. Pictures, borders around sections, just something to dress it up a little. There is enough information, but not too much.
    Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  10. The content of the news letter is just fine. The only change I could think of, would be to make it more visually appealing. Pictures, borders around sections, just something to dress it up a little. There is enough information, but not too much.
    Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  11. I do enjoy pictures and would love to see them in the newsletter. Links to everyone’s website would be great too and links to current books and descriptions. Also what books will be released in the next few months would be nice too.

    Reply
  12. I do enjoy pictures and would love to see them in the newsletter. Links to everyone’s website would be great too and links to current books and descriptions. Also what books will be released in the next few months would be nice too.

    Reply
  13. I do enjoy pictures and would love to see them in the newsletter. Links to everyone’s website would be great too and links to current books and descriptions. Also what books will be released in the next few months would be nice too.

    Reply
  14. I do enjoy pictures and would love to see them in the newsletter. Links to everyone’s website would be great too and links to current books and descriptions. Also what books will be released in the next few months would be nice too.

    Reply
  15. I do enjoy pictures and would love to see them in the newsletter. Links to everyone’s website would be great too and links to current books and descriptions. Also what books will be released in the next few months would be nice too.

    Reply
  16. Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all!
    I like the newsletter but I do agree that it needs a bit to break it up. It rather runs together when it’s longer. Covers of books, anecdotes, thing like that are always fun. Current research books you’re using, links to fun sites…

    Reply
  17. Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all!
    I like the newsletter but I do agree that it needs a bit to break it up. It rather runs together when it’s longer. Covers of books, anecdotes, thing like that are always fun. Current research books you’re using, links to fun sites…

    Reply
  18. Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all!
    I like the newsletter but I do agree that it needs a bit to break it up. It rather runs together when it’s longer. Covers of books, anecdotes, thing like that are always fun. Current research books you’re using, links to fun sites…

    Reply
  19. Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all!
    I like the newsletter but I do agree that it needs a bit to break it up. It rather runs together when it’s longer. Covers of books, anecdotes, thing like that are always fun. Current research books you’re using, links to fun sites…

    Reply
  20. Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all!
    I like the newsletter but I do agree that it needs a bit to break it up. It rather runs together when it’s longer. Covers of books, anecdotes, thing like that are always fun. Current research books you’re using, links to fun sites…

    Reply
  21. I enjoy reading the newsletter but tend to just skim a lot of it that simply repeats names of people who won books or names of other writers who visited or will visit soon. Maybe you could limit the announcement of winners to those who haven’t contacted you to receive their winnings (another chance for them to respond)? I love the idea of links to the authors’ own web sites and upcoming books, although doesn’t the regular site do that?

    Reply
  22. I enjoy reading the newsletter but tend to just skim a lot of it that simply repeats names of people who won books or names of other writers who visited or will visit soon. Maybe you could limit the announcement of winners to those who haven’t contacted you to receive their winnings (another chance for them to respond)? I love the idea of links to the authors’ own web sites and upcoming books, although doesn’t the regular site do that?

    Reply
  23. I enjoy reading the newsletter but tend to just skim a lot of it that simply repeats names of people who won books or names of other writers who visited or will visit soon. Maybe you could limit the announcement of winners to those who haven’t contacted you to receive their winnings (another chance for them to respond)? I love the idea of links to the authors’ own web sites and upcoming books, although doesn’t the regular site do that?

    Reply
  24. I enjoy reading the newsletter but tend to just skim a lot of it that simply repeats names of people who won books or names of other writers who visited or will visit soon. Maybe you could limit the announcement of winners to those who haven’t contacted you to receive their winnings (another chance for them to respond)? I love the idea of links to the authors’ own web sites and upcoming books, although doesn’t the regular site do that?

    Reply
  25. I enjoy reading the newsletter but tend to just skim a lot of it that simply repeats names of people who won books or names of other writers who visited or will visit soon. Maybe you could limit the announcement of winners to those who haven’t contacted you to receive their winnings (another chance for them to respond)? I love the idea of links to the authors’ own web sites and upcoming books, although doesn’t the regular site do that?

    Reply

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