I’m so excited that you’ve chosen to do a project on me! That’s so fun! But here’s the thing…the most important part of a research project or a book report is *your* work. So, it wouldn’t be fair if I helped you actually do the work. After all–if someone else chose to write about Shakespeare or Austen, they couldn’t just email them, could they?
So…in the interest of fairness…I’m just going to point you in the right direction to do your research. Everything you need is at your fingertips–since you clearly have an internet connection!
Start with my bio. Once you’ve done that, try the hot off the press, the writer’s life and ask the author pages. If you’re writing about The Season specifically, try looking at posts tagged The Season and the Regency. Finally, there are lots of little nuggets of information buried in the blog–and you should be able to find everything you need to know.
Seventeen-year-old Lady Alexandra Stafford is strong-willed and sharp-tongued and not interested in marriage. Unfortunately, her mother is determined to marry her off to someone safe, respectable, wealthy, and almost certainly boring. But Alex is much more interested in adventure than romance.
Between ball gown fittings, dances, and dinner parties, Alex, along with her two best friends, Ella and Vivi, manages to get entangled in her biggest scrape yet. When the Earl of Blackmoor’s father is mysteriously killed in a riding accident, Alex helps his son, the devilishly handsome Gavin, to discover the truth. It’s a mystery brimming with espionage, murder, suspicion, and true love.