Let’s party! You’re invited to host a Regency-themed holiday party with materials I’ve provided for period recipes, decorations, games and décor. Click here to access the downloadable party kit, which includes invitations, place cards, a downloadable bookmark for ‘Twas the Night After Christmas and much more! And don’t forget to tag your party pics on Facebook and Twitter so we can feature them there and on my website.
Sabrina will be the keynote speaker for the Fall into Romance Festival at the Durham library. Afterward, she’ll be signing books!
Sabrina’s quote was featured in an article about 5 vices you SHOULD indulge in for the October issue of Real Simple magazine.
Twas the Night After Christmas is one of the books featured in Eloisa James’s October column for Barnes and Noble, “You Made Me Love You.”
The reviews are rolling in for Twas the Night after Christmas, and they’re all glowing! So far it has received a Top Pick from Romantic Times, a starred review from Publishers Weekly, a starred review from Library Journal, and a fabulous review from Kirkus Reviews.
Part 4 of a 4-part interview: NY Times Bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries wraps up this final video interview talking about the importance of comedy in romance, and happily ever after. Learn about her newest books as we laugh and chat together.
Part 3 of a 4-part interview: NY Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries. We talk about being a creative writer, being in touch with your muse and characters, and crying at your own scenes. Also find out what surprises her about what readers share.
Part 2 of a 4-part interview: NY Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries talks about writing Regency historical romance, and how the time period could be compared with the 1960’s. Learn about interesting historical facts, and when she felt she had finally made it in her career.
Part 1 of a 4-part interview: NY Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries is fun and thoughtful as she talks about how she started writing, when she knew she would be a romance writer, and being a missionary’s daughter.