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Sue that's really nice. I know about not loving certain periods and thanks for giving 1666 a shot! And thanks for taking the time on my long-winded post... Kathy, I agree with you, but yes there was a big fight! Her editor said redheaded men don't sell! In fact, they gave her problems for too many blonde men... they said dark haired men appealed to women in middle america. I think because my mom was from Queens, NY, a dark man with dark eyes was too common for her... but her editor at the time said in most of America it was the opposite and the dark man was exotic. Anyway, thanks for being a reader and responding!
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Mary Jo, I am so honored you would allow me to visit and yap about the books. You are a great author and true friend to all Felbers—and Laytons!
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The Fire Flower by Edith Layton, originally published in 1989, was recently re-released as an ebook for the first time. This is the story of bringing it back to life—the research for the Restoration setting, the efforts to retain the original painting for the ebook, and much more, told by Layton's daughter, a very occasional Wench guest. *** First, many thanks again to the Wenches for having me back as a guest poster. By way of introduction, I'm Susie Felber, the daughter of Edith Layton, who wrote and published over 30 historical novels and many more short stories. Her start... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2018 at Word Wenches
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Thanks Sue! Not to get you hooked, but let me know what your fave is (traditional regency or other) and I'd be happy to rec a starter title! It's really exciting to find any new reader. The whole point of this enterprise is to entertain people who love good books. xo, Susie
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Thanks! That's so good to hear. I think it's all about what flavor you like. I too appreciate some of Layton's later stuff more, but the trad regency fans would not agree. I like it light and fluffy, with amped up humor/action and maybe I'm a bit less fussy with the history. And my mom liked it all -- but changed based on what her publishers wanted at the time. Thanks for being a reader and for commenting!
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Mary Jo -- your continued support and friendship means so much. I always know I could pick up the phone or email to MJP HQ if I have a question, and you'd be more than generous with your time and advice.
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PAT! Thanks you for going the extra mile to invite me to blog and thanks for remembering the whole Layton crew. Reading you (here or in fiction form) is always like a warm hug.
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Thanks MEP as ever for the kind support. Authors as fans and friends are super special. :)
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Wow Mary! Thanks for letting me know. New older fans are just as meaningful to me! I just don't usually hear from them. Thank you so much for coming out to comment. Means a lot to me.
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Thanks Mike! As a fan of your personal storytelling, that means a lot! Cheers! --Susie
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Update 6/26: A TRUE LADY is now available as an ebook * First, I'd like to thank the Wenches for inviting me to post during their anniversary celebration. I am continually impressed by how the Wenches not only endure, but continue to innovate, entertain, and open the circle to new authors and guests. Secondly, yes, that's a cover reveal just to the left of this copy, and no I didn't write it, but more on that in a moment... Third, well, I probably should introduce myself first, right? OK, here goes... Dear Readers, I'm Susie Felber. No, that is not... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2017 at Word Wenches
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