Thursday, December 24, 2009







Merry Christmas everyone! The Madcap is released today, a special kind of Christmas present for me. This is my second Christmas Eve release. The first was Romany Heiress, a book I dedicated to my lovely daughter Catherine who was baptized Christmas Eve eight years ago and who is much like the horse-riding heroine, Cate, in the book. To celebrate, here's a picture of the lovely Catie and her horse, Charlie.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Madcap releases Christmas Eve 2009!


Celebrate the Holidays with the Dec. 24th Christmas Eve release of The Madcap, the second book in my Victorian series. Join Gannon and Audrey, Stella and Lionel as they help the precocious Marianne Addison, a sourdough heiress from San Francisco find true love with Viscount Pennington, Alasdair. this is a nice, traditional read for those who prefer the 'sweet romance.'

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Beautiful new cover for the Earl's Forbidden Ward


Just got the lovely cover for the North American March 2010 release of the Earl's Forbidden Ward. It's rich in color and quite tastefully riveting. This is Peyton's story, the second in the Ramsden brothers series. Crispin's story is due out in August. The Earl's Forbidden Ward has been out since June in the U.K. but finally makes an appearance in the US this March.

To celebrate, there's an Undone! coming out in February featuring a friend of Peyton's (the sexy Killian Redbourne). He and Peyton journey down to Herefordshire for the reading of a relative's will...check out the Undone! In Februrary to see what happens in Wicked Earl, Wanton Widow.

Friday, November 13, 2009

A title for Jack and Dulci

Jack and Dulci now have a title: A Thoroughly Compromised Lady
Book is not due out until August 2010, though, so we'll all have to wait. It has been one of my favorite to write.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Home From So. Carolina Conference

What a great weekend in Myrtle Beach! I had a blast and I met such fun people! Congrats to Tiffany Ramsay who won the Bronwyn Scott basket. It's all back to the computer now with a lot deadlines coming up! I've got an Undone featuring Peyton Ramsden and his hottie friend Killian Redbourne due Nov. 2 So I am pushing hard on that. I also have some revisions to do for Beldon and Lilya (featured in The Viscount Claims His Bride) and a book due the end of December for Avalon called the Carlton Club Caper. So it's busy over here!

Stay in touch everyone! I love hearing from you
Bronwyn

Friday, August 21, 2009

Crispin has a title! Just finished the very last look through of Crispin's story. It now has a title: Untamed Rogue, Scandalous Mistress !! No due date is known of yet, but it's great to have a title.
I've loved hearing from UK readers about Peyton and I can hardly wait for Peyton's story to come out here in North America.
Bronwyn

Sunday, August 2, 2009

South Carolina Writers conference coming in October

Hi all,
If you're an aspiring writer this post is for you. The end of October, Myrtle Beach plays host to the South Carolina Writers Conference. What a beautiful setting and perfect opportunity. The conference is full of great sessions to help perfect the craft. It's a great time to connect in a more intimate setting with writers, authors, agents and editors. Scott Eagan, Pamela Ahearn and Jenny Bent (to name a few) will be in attendance to hear pitches and lead sessions.

I'll be there too leading critique sessions and offering classes in dialogue, point of view, and historical research.

I know for me that a conference like this one was just what I needed to get started on the road towards my publishing goals. I went to a critique session like the ones offered at this conference and it helped me sell my manuscript nine months later. Here's the link to check out what the conference offers: http://www.myscww.org/conferences/faculty.php
Bronwyn

Peyton is coming to North America and other news

Hi Readers,
Peyton's story is coming to North America in early 2010. That's great news. Also great news is that Jack and Dulci's story is off to Joanne. I sent it out today right on time. What's next for me is
1. Finishing Beldon and Lilya's story in proposal form by the end of August
2. Finishing The Carlton Club Caper for Avalon by the first of October.
3. Getting ready for the South Carolina Writer's conference in October.
I'll blog about that in another post! It's a really cool opportunity if you're looking for conferences.

Whew, summer is flying by.
Bronwyn

Monday, May 25, 2009

Peyton's book is almost on the shelves!!



The Earl's Forbidden Ward comes out the first of June! But it's only in the UK or available on the internet, so I've posted the Mills and Boon link here to make it easy. It's a great story and I look forward to the North American release in the future. It will also be available in e-book format in June too for all you Kindle, Adobe, Mobi reader fans.

Follow this link for a browse of chapter 1!
http://www.millsandboon.co.uk/books/Historical/the-earls-forbidden-ward.htm
Historical June 2009 Available in paperback / Adobe Reader
The Earl's Forbidden Ward
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She was his one temptation… Innocent debutante Tessa Branscombe senses that underneath her handsome guardian’s cool demeanour there is an intensely passionate nature. The arrogant Earl infuriates her – yet makes her want to explore those hidden depths… Peyton Ramsden, Earl of Dursley, has no time for girls – especially those who are suddenly given over to his care! Miss Tessa Branscombe, in particular, is trouble. She tempts this very proper Earl to misbehave – and forbidden fruit always tastes that much sweeter…

Remember, Peyton's got two other brothers. Don't miss Paine's story in Notorious Rake, Innocent Lady available from Harlequin Historicals since 2008.

I am always glad to hear from readers! Comment here at my blog or follow Bronwyn Scott on Twitter daily!

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Follow Bronwyn Scott on Twitter

I'm now on Twitter and I invite Bronwyn Scott readers and fellow writers to follow me there too!

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Check out the South Carolina Writer's Conference

One of the big thrills this year was being invited to serve as the historical fiction faculty member at the South Carolina Writer's conference this coming October. Sounds like a great conference and it's not just about romance writing. Here's the link for those who are interested in honing their craft. One of the best things about these types of conferences is that there's so much time ot interact with faculty and get high quality critiques on your work! http://www.myscww.org/conference

Friday, May 8, 2009

Brenda Novak Auction! Check out all the goodies

For the last few years, I've been participating in the Brenda Novak auction to raise money for juvenile diabetes research. This year, I've got a Bronwyn Scott basket filled with all kinds of goodies like lunch with me, a dedication page, a Victoria's Secret night gown and copies of three Bronwyn Scott books! Plus a book club visit from me. There's a ton of other great things on the auction too. Last year, the online auction netted 250,000 dollars! The auction runs until the end of May, so check it out! Here's the links to make it easy. http://brendanovak.auctionanything.com Then in the advance search box, just type Bronwyn Scott. The basket's up to $91.00 and I'd love to see it go for 200.00, so let's get in there and bid.

Bronwyn

Great review for Notorious Rake, Innocent Lady


TGTBTU posted a great review earlier this week for Notorious Rake, Innocent Lady. You can link to it from here! We got an 'A' This was very exciting. Check out our A at http://goodbadandunread.com/index.php?s=Bronwyn+Scott

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Check out the cover!


To advertise the Spring classes out our college, I made the cover! Pretty cool huh?
Nikki

Monday, March 30, 2009

Jump in and write a review at Amazon!

Hi Readers,
If you've read a Bronwyn Scott book like The Viscount Claims His Bride, or other Bronwyn Scott titles, log on to www.amazon.com find the book and if you liked the book, submit your personal review. Getting 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon helps titles make some of the listmania lists that Amazon publishes and it's good, inexpensive publicity for your favorite authors. You can also defend your favorites against uncharitable reviews. It's a great way to support your favorite authors and it just takes a few minutes. Reviews for Pickpocket Countess and Notorious Rake were all very favorable, and both titles scored high in 2008. Now we have to work on the Viscount and the new release in May, "The Earl's Forbidden Ward."
Thanks,
Bronwyn

Friday, March 20, 2009

Scott and I are Cover Models!!



Scott and I posed for the cover of the spring course schedule for our college. Thought people might like to see us re-enacting a romance book cover! The cover turned out great and I think it's the best one the college has had! And we got to be local celebrities.

Check out my Avalon interview!


Under my own name, Nikki Poppen, I write for Avalon books. This month, I'm the featured author. So hop over to http://www.avalonbooks.com/ and check out the interview! it's also a chance to see my other covers. Newport Summer came out at the end of February and got a nice write up in Publisher's Weekly. If you click on my Newport Summer book cover which is on the first screen you see, you can read reviews from booklist and Publisher's Weekly. If you click on the author! author! option you can read the interview.

Monday, February 23, 2009

The Earl's Forbidden Ward is coming soon!


Check out the lovely cover for Peyton Ramsden's story. He's Paine's brother from last spring's release 'Notorious Rake Innocent Lady.' This book is currently slated only for UK release. But you can get it sent to you from Borders or Amazon.com

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Pleasured by the English Spy is out for the month of love (Feb.)


Here it is! Andrew Truesdale's story. He's one of Julian Burke's friends from Libertine Lord. He meets his match in Italy following up on one of Valerian St. Justs missions.
Raised in Italy until he was 15 by his grandparents, Andrew is a natural choice when the British delegation in Vienna sends someone to Florence to ferret out the latest nationalist plot for revolution.
His mission is simple; if there is a revolutionary plot, stop it. But things become complicated when his efforts lead him to the Villa of the Breezes and into the arms of Olivia, another English expatriate like himself. Olivia is a woman of passion, free from the strictures of society, free to act on her passions. But when Andrew discovers her cousin's role in the revolutionary plot, he begins to wonder if Olivia used their budding relationship to protect her cousin, or is their love truly one of a kind? The dilemma forces Andrew to reconsider the line between duty and pleasure and the risks he'll have to take in order to follow the dictates of his heart. Can he find a way to serve both his country and his passion?

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Pleasured by the English Spy coming sooooon!!!

My next e-book Pleasured by the English Spy is out Feb. 1 as a harlequin historical undone! It's a fun romp in Italy, Florence to be exact. Also, exciting news is that Pickpocket Countess came out in Italian recently. I just got my copies in the mail a couple of days ago and it was a thrill.

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Release dates for the Viscount Claims His Bride

Hi,
There's lots of ways to get the Viscount! Here's some release dates:

Kindle released an electronic version Dec. 25, 2009
In the UK, hard cover copies come out Jan. 1, 2009
In the US soft cover copies come out Jan. 1, 2009

In the UK, soft cover copies come out Mar. 6, 2009

And here's a fabulous review from Romantic Times:
'Love, duty, lies and guilt along with a nice overview of diplomatic machinations between England and Europe following the Napoleonic Wars all come together in Scott's well written and moving romance.'

We're nearly sold out in the Puyallup area! It's a start!
Happy Reading,
Bronwyn