Category Archives: About Sharon

Follow Sharon on the Darcy & Elizabeth: Hope of the Future BLOG TOUR

Follow Sharon on the Darcy & Elizabeth: Hope of the Future BLOG TOUR

For the next few weeks, I will be here and there all over the blog-o-sphere, sharing the news of my latest novel with fun quizzes, interviews, and historical posts. Just about everywhere I am including a GIVEAWAY! Links are also on the left sidebar and will be added to as dates are settled. Read on… Continue Reading

Celebrate Darcy & Elizabeth: Hope of the Future by Sharon Lathan

Celebrate Darcy & Elizabeth: Hope of the Future by Sharon Lathan

CELEBRATE! CELEBRATE! DANCE TO THE DARCY JOY MUSIC! I know I am not the only one who never thought this novel would be finished. Late better than never, DARCY & ELIZABETH: HOPE OF THE FUTURE is now available everywhere! Time to toss the confetti, pop the champagne, and blow the horns! I intend to celebrate… Continue Reading

“Hope of the Future” is COMING VERY VERY SOON!

“Hope of the Future” is COMING VERY VERY SOON!

It has been over three years now, since March of 2014 to be precise, when I published Darcy and Elizabeth: A Season of Courtship, my “prequel to the sequel” novel. That novel, the last published in my name, is the first volume of a two-part “Prequel Duo.” Why the long interval in between? Will the… Continue Reading

Summer 2017 Movie Reviews

Summer 2017 Movie Reviews

As everyone surely knows, the summer months are the “blockbuster” season when it comes to cinema. Historically, most of the big popcorn movies are released in May, June, and July. This year is no exception. What is unique, versus recent years, are the number of remakes/sequels/revamps/etc. on the list. So far 2017 has welcomed the… Continue Reading

Kentucky: Home of the Thoroughbred

Kentucky: Home of the Thoroughbred

Horses and Kentucky go hand-in-hand. I always heard of the endless rolling fields of “bluegrass” edged with ancient trees and stark white fences — I even saw the pictures and movies like Seabiscuit, so knew it must be true. Yet nothing prepared me for the exquisite grandeur of a real, honest to goodness horse farm… Continue Reading