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Miranda Neville

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Miranda Neville grew up in England, loving the books of Georgette Heyer and other Regency romances. She now lives in Vermont with her daughter and an immensely talented cat who made a book trailer for her novel The Importance of Being Wicked. Her historical romances published by Avon include the popular Burgundy Club series, about Regency book collectors, and The Wild Quartet.

"Since Goodreads is for readers, I don't interact about reviews here (though I do appreciate them, positive or otherwise). If you have any questions or comments about my books or characters, I'd love to hear them through the contact form on my website, or on my Facebook page."

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Miranda Neville Apart from being able to work in my PJs, the best thing is hearing from readers who have read and enjoyed my books. I don't expect every reader to…moreApart from being able to work in my PJs, the best thing is hearing from readers who have read and enjoyed my books. I don't expect every reader to like every book - tastes vary so much - but knowing I have an audience makes the hard work worthwhile. And yes, it is work, despite the PJs. (less)
Miranda Neville I’ve decided I suffer from two kinds of writer’s block. One is general paralysis and quite likely laziness on my part. I have to write myself out of…moreI’ve decided I suffer from two kinds of writer’s block. One is general paralysis and quite likely laziness on my part. I have to write myself out of it. I start by setting a timer for an hour or even half an hour, telling myself I can stop then. Usually it kicks start my motivation and at the very least I have a couple of hundred words down. The other kind is when I am in mid-book and, for no apparent reason, I don’t want to write a particular section. I have learned to respect my own resistance because usually it means there’s something wrong with the way I’ve planned it. Taking a good look at the scene often makes me see the change I need to make and I can go forward again. (less)
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People say one of the advantages of self-publishing is being able to choose your own cover. In my opinion mostly No. The art department at Avon produces beautiful and professional covers and I didn't have to do a thing about them. On the other hand, working on my indie anthologies, I discovered the hard, stressful work of scrolling through stock photos. Few of them are attractive and the ones... Read more of this blog post »
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“My darling love, I think you have a fundamental misconception about what it means to be a great dandy. I have better taste than anyone else so I don't care what anyone else thinks about anything. I am right and they are wrong.”
Miranda Neville, The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton

“You love Robert, not me. You don’t love Lord Stuffy, so I tried to be like Robert.”
The sweet idiot! She felt like weeping again. She began to protest, but he cut her off.
“I don’t drink and I don’t gamble and I don’t have a mistress. I’m dull. You told me so, the first time we met. So I tried to change.” He frowned. “Not the mistress. I’ll never do that.”
“Good,” she whispered.
“I’m trying to be like Robert, but I’m no good at it. I drank wine. And brandy, lots of it. I didn’t like it and it made me sick. I played hazard and I lost.” He looked momentarily cheerful and her heart sank. “But I didn’t like that either. If I was a real man like Mr. Fox, or Robert, I’d have lost thousands.”
The sadder he looked, the more her heart ached, a happy ache.
“I failed you, Caro. I’m sorry, but I’m afraid I’ll always be Lord Stuffy,” he said, and closed his tortured, bloodshot eyes.”
Miranda Neville, The Importance of Being Wicked

“He'd kept his figure despite being past his first youth. Pretty good for nearly forty.

Who was she fooling? She knew quite well that he was thirty-five and a half, exactly five years older than she. Their birthdays were two days apart. It was absurd the way trivial facts lingered in the memory, facts as unimportant as what she had for dinner on Tuesday. Except that she couldn't remember last week's menu and she was annoyingly aware of Max Quinton's preference for lamb over beef, for apple tart over syllabub. He preferred Shakespeare to the modern poets, the country to the town.”
Miranda Neville, The Second Seduction of a Lady

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