There will be a giveaway or two, some guest posts, and lots of Pink talk, so please make yourself at home. If there is something you want to see or discuss related to the books, let me know!
I will still be posting a few things throughout the month that are not Pink related, so don’t be surprised if you see the occasional review or release announcement that isn’t about one of Lauren’s books – I do read other things (occasionally). Don’t tell her, okay? Be cool.
The Secret History of the Pink Carnation was originally published in 2004. Does that seem possible? About a year ago, Lauren started posting “Pink Recaps” on her website with a quick run-down of the Who, Where, When and What for each book. Here is her recap for Pink I:
Who: Amy Balcourt and Richard Selwick
Where: England and France
When: Spring, 1803
What: Amy Balcourt is determined to track down the Purple Gentian—so she can join him. Mistaken identities and deeds of derring-do ensue.
Historical Cameos: Assorted Bonapartes
If you are reading this book for the first time with us, I’m almost envious. You’re in for such a treat. If you’ve read this once (or five or ten times) already, then grab your copy settle in. Let’s get back to where Lauren began it, ten years ago, with our intrepid Eloise struggling through London public transit to pay a visit to one Mrs. Arabella Selwick-Alderly.
“The Tube had broken down. Again…”