Hi! I’m Mary Kingswood, author of the Sisters of Woodside Mysteries, Sons of the Marquess and The Daughters of Allamont Hall, traditional Regency romances. Keep up with new releases and special deals by signing up for my mailing list from the Sign up! tab, above.
A fun Facebook group for fans of traditional Regency romance! I’ve got together with several other authors of Regency romances to create a salon for Regency fans to meet. We’ll be sharing our new releases, teasers, giveaways, sales, and other delightful treats, and (naturally) talking about our favourite Regency reads. All my new friends write (and read) the same style of Regency that I write – “Sizzle in the drawing room, not the bedroom.”
If you’re a Facebook user and you’d like to join us, you’ll receive a very warm welcome to Lady Catherine’s Salon from me and all my new friends.Come along and say hello! Click here to join.
A new series! Starting in June 2019, you can enjoy a brand new series of traditional Regency romances in the Silver Linings Mysteries series. The sinking of a ship brings tragedy, but also unexpected benefits for some. A prequel novella, The Clerk, is a FREE GIFT for all my mailing list subscribers, so be sure to sign up to get your free copy.
New in audiobook: For those of you who prefer your Regency romance in a different format, all five of the Sons of the Marquess series are now available in audiobook. The Sisters of Woodside Mysteries books will be available later this year. Click here for more information.
New in paperback: for those who want to complete their collection, all three of the current novellas are now available in paperback, to match the rest of their series. Click here for more information.
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On the Blog, you can find Regency-related book and film reviews, including my Georgette Heyer re-read project, news and my random ramblings.