L.L. Diamond

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I know I’ve been asked repeatedly when I am going to release Particular Intentions. Well, I have good news. I finally set a release date for August 22nd! I have a preorder live on Amazon and I will spend the next several weeks checking digital files and getting it uploaded everywhere else as well as …

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Chawton House was built in 1580 by John Knight and passed down through the Knight family until Sir Richard Knight, who died without male heirs. The house was then passed to Richard Martin, who then took the name Knight. The home then was inherited by Thomas Brodnax May, at which time, he changed his name …

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I don’t know about you, but I’m always busy during the holiday season and this year is no different. In fact, I believe it is worse! The blog has quieted down some since I have had little time for travel and sightseeing, but I hope to get out and about and blogging again soon! So …

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Not that I haven’t posted this everywhere, but look what the UPS guy brought me today! I know, but I was really excited to get a look at the physical cover because it’s always a bit different than the Photoshop file. The back cover was a bit darker than I had planned (I actually lightened …

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From Edinburgh, we drove down and stopped in Durham to visit a friend. For those who may have never heard of it, Durham is a beautiful city steeped in history. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the cathedral and the castle. Archeology gives evidence that Durham has been a settlement since 2000 …

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What is in store for October? Well, I’ve been busy prepping and pulling things together, so there’s bound to be something big! We’ll start from the beginning of the month and move forward from there. Monday, the call for questions goes up for Ask the Author. Kara Louise is our guest/victim this month, so I’m …

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During Jane Austen Regency Week, we had a free day, so a group of us ventured to Winchester to the Cathedral so we could see Jane Austen’s grave and the house where she died. The drive in itself was lovely, and I enjoyed catching glimpses of the picturesque countryside as I drove along. Parking is …

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