Guests Christina Courtenay & Zoe Archer

Good morning!  Happy Grandparents Day to those of you in the U.S.  ChristinaCourtenay

We have two exciting guests this coming week.  On Monday, September 13, Nicola hosts guest Christina Courtenay.  Christina's book. Trade Winds, is a historical romance set in Sweden and China.  It is loosely based on the Swedish East India Company.

ZoeArcher Then on Wednesday, September 15, Mary Jo hosts author Zoe Archer.  Zoe's current Blades of the Rose series starts this month with Warrior, a Victorian adventure/ romance set in Mongolia.  (The next 3 books in the series will be released in October, November, and December)

Join us this week and travel to Sweden, China, and Mongolia (virtually, of course).  Leave a comment, and be eligible to win a book!

And then stay tuned, because we have several more guests this month . . .

15 thoughts on “Guests Christina Courtenay & Zoe Archer”

  1. These are both new authors to me .Ilook forward to hearing about there books.I love reading historical and victorian romance.and reading new authors to me.

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  2. These are both new authors to me .Ilook forward to hearing about there books.I love reading historical and victorian romance.and reading new authors to me.

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  3. These are both new authors to me .Ilook forward to hearing about there books.I love reading historical and victorian romance.and reading new authors to me.

    Reply
  4. These are both new authors to me .Ilook forward to hearing about there books.I love reading historical and victorian romance.and reading new authors to me.

    Reply
  5. These are both new authors to me .Ilook forward to hearing about there books.I love reading historical and victorian romance.and reading new authors to me.

    Reply
  6. I’d not thought of another country (besides England & the U.S. / Canada) having dealings with the East India Co. How small my world is?!! 🙂 I’m sure the book will be very interesting. Imagine two authors with unique areas to spin a Victorian/Romance tale. Both Sweden & Mongolia, very different areas with their own intrigue stories. Would love to read all the books!

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  7. I’d not thought of another country (besides England & the U.S. / Canada) having dealings with the East India Co. How small my world is?!! 🙂 I’m sure the book will be very interesting. Imagine two authors with unique areas to spin a Victorian/Romance tale. Both Sweden & Mongolia, very different areas with their own intrigue stories. Would love to read all the books!

    Reply
  8. I’d not thought of another country (besides England & the U.S. / Canada) having dealings with the East India Co. How small my world is?!! 🙂 I’m sure the book will be very interesting. Imagine two authors with unique areas to spin a Victorian/Romance tale. Both Sweden & Mongolia, very different areas with their own intrigue stories. Would love to read all the books!

    Reply
  9. I’d not thought of another country (besides England & the U.S. / Canada) having dealings with the East India Co. How small my world is?!! 🙂 I’m sure the book will be very interesting. Imagine two authors with unique areas to spin a Victorian/Romance tale. Both Sweden & Mongolia, very different areas with their own intrigue stories. Would love to read all the books!

    Reply
  10. I’d not thought of another country (besides England & the U.S. / Canada) having dealings with the East India Co. How small my world is?!! 🙂 I’m sure the book will be very interesting. Imagine two authors with unique areas to spin a Victorian/Romance tale. Both Sweden & Mongolia, very different areas with their own intrigue stories. Would love to read all the books!

    Reply
  11. Peggy, it’s nice to broaden one’s horizons, isn’t it?
    Jean, when I heard Sweden and Mongolia, my ears perked right up! Like Peggy said, these are new authors to me, too, and I can’t wait to dive in!

    Reply
  12. Peggy, it’s nice to broaden one’s horizons, isn’t it?
    Jean, when I heard Sweden and Mongolia, my ears perked right up! Like Peggy said, these are new authors to me, too, and I can’t wait to dive in!

    Reply
  13. Peggy, it’s nice to broaden one’s horizons, isn’t it?
    Jean, when I heard Sweden and Mongolia, my ears perked right up! Like Peggy said, these are new authors to me, too, and I can’t wait to dive in!

    Reply
  14. Peggy, it’s nice to broaden one’s horizons, isn’t it?
    Jean, when I heard Sweden and Mongolia, my ears perked right up! Like Peggy said, these are new authors to me, too, and I can’t wait to dive in!

    Reply
  15. Peggy, it’s nice to broaden one’s horizons, isn’t it?
    Jean, when I heard Sweden and Mongolia, my ears perked right up! Like Peggy said, these are new authors to me, too, and I can’t wait to dive in!

    Reply

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