Your A Midsummer’s Magic has been re-released as a kindle these days. What do you think of e-books as a writer and as a reader?
I’m of two minds about them. As a reader, I prefer paper; however, I have been travelling a great deal lately and carrying a Kindle with a hundred books loaded is a great convenience. I can also get a new book or a sequel within seconds, even while I’m in bed in my pajamas. I will still buy traditional books for my library, especially if they include illustrations, but there is definitely a place for e-books in my life.
A Midsummer’s Magic is a Regency romp. What is it that you most appreciate of writing historical fiction?
I enjoy the excitement of research, the discipline of adhering to the correct language and cultural norms of a period, and living in this other world as I write.