Looking into the Past

Preparing to re-post my guest blogs from the virtual tour for In the Arms of Mr. Darcy got me to thinking about ALL the blogs and interviews I have done over these past two years. It has been a whole bunch! All of the links are archived, of course, but just to make it easy – and out of my own curiosity – I tracked them down for you and have as many of the links as I could find placed in this one post. Whew! Now if you have nothing better to do for the next several hours you can waste time reading the ramblings of me! Right!

Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy – Launch month March 2009

Fallen Angels Review   interview
Good Books, Bad Books   interview
Sia’s Thoughts Over Coffee  “Learning to Juggle”
Night Owl Romance  “Sharon Lathan, Romance Novelist”
Jane Austen Today   “There is Nothing as Wonderful as Being in Love”
Love Romance Passion  “The Creative Inspiration of Jane Austen”
Yankee Romance   “Milestones”
Jennifer’s Random Musings   “The Mystery of One’s Gift”
I Don’t Want to Wait   interview
A Book Bloggers Diary  “I Believe in the Fairy Tale”
Fallen Angel Reviews  “Mr. Darcy, Marriage Material?”
Write by Faith   interview
Diary of an Eccentric  “Ignorance is Bliss”
Romance Junkies   “Happily Every After Coming Your Way!”


Loving Mr. Darcy – Launch month September 2009

Love Romance Passion   “Bring in the Clowns”
A Journey of Books  “What I Love about P&P 2005”
The Good, The Bad, and The Unread   interview
Royal Reviews   interview
Romance Writers on the Journey  interview
The Lovestruck Novice   interview
Fresh Fiction  “Traveling Through Derbyshire”
Cheeky Reads  “A Vocabulary Lesson”
Revenge of the Book Nerds  interview
Romance Reader at Heart  “Why Horses?”
Desert Island Keepers  Day #1
Desert Island Keepers  Day #2
Desert Island Keepers  Day #3
Starting Fresh  “Inspiring Happily Ever After”



My Dearest Mr. Darcy – Launch month January 2010

The Lovestruck Novice   “Uncovering History”
Seductive Musings   “The Universally Acknowledged Truth”
Anna’s Book Blog   interview
Love Romance Passion  “The Heart of a Poet”
Casablanca Authors   “Taking the Waters”
Thoughts in Progress   “Life is a Beach”
Queen of Happy Endings  “Time! There is no Time!”
Psychotic State  interview
My Book Addiction  “Why I Write a Saga”
Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell  “Thriller, Regency Style”
Hist-Fic Chick  “Hunting Down History”
Marie Force, Novelist   interview
Micole Writes Romance   interview
My Reading Room  interview
Fresh Fiction  “Birthin’ Babies”
Sia’s Thoughts Over Coffee   interview
Historical Hussies  “The Regency: A Time of Change”
Romance Reader at Heart Novel Thoughts  “Best Laid Plans”


In The Arms of Mr. Darcy –  Launch month October 2010

Rundpinne  “Embracing a Time of Change”
Historical Hussies  “Bow Down to the Prince”
Romance Reader at Heart Novel Thoughts  “In the arms of Mr. Darcy Sound Good to You?”
Risky Regencies   “Let the Games Begin”
My Jane Austen Book Club   interview
Fresh Fiction  “Rock-a-Bye Baby”
Julia Barrett’s World  interview
Historical Belles and Beaus  “Regency – What’s not to like?”
My Book Addiction  interview
Psychotic State  “Lizzy and Darcy Forever”
Micole Writes Romance   “Breaking up is Fun to Do”
RomConInc  “Romancing Mr. Darcy”
Linda Banche Romance Author  “Writing a Long Life”
One Literature Nut  “Publishing a Happy Ever After Dream”

OMG! That is a lot! There were about five links that no longer worked due to website closures and other mishaps, but the bulk of them are listed above. I truly have flittered all over the web and am abundantly thankful to those lovely blog owners who opened their websites to aid me in promoting my novels. Now I embark on the fifth virtual tour. I better get back to writing new blogs!




Sharon Lathan

Sharon Lathan is the best-selling author of The Darcy Saga, a ten-volume sequel series to Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice.

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Dear Sharon,

if you look at these blogs: it is simply amazing!!! You put so many hours of work in it. And it is only a small part of your achievement.

I can´t wait to read your new book. I am addicted to the Darcys, they are really a part of my life. And you, although far away, are very dear to me and I am really grateful that I have "found" you.

Thank you for all your hard work and the wonderful books you gave us!



This is amazing Sharon! You deserve all the success and respect you have built up over the past few years. Many more congratulations on your well deserved recognition!
Wishing you loads more fun and success in your writing endeavours. I am always thrilled to hear your joyful news! Keep it coming!
TSBO devotee

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