The only constant in life is change.

Everything keeps on changing.

April 2010: This is my testament to the fact that change can be a good…. VERY good… thing.

I’ll have lots of news to offer soon – actually tomorrow, April 30th – but I have lots to report and lots of good stuff to look forward to!


December 23rd, 2009: And the winds of change keep on blowing. I shiver as I sit at my computer typing this, because I’m still not sure what the change is, or how it will ultimately affect me, but change blows on regardless, a wind that is rattling me to the core. My life, my career… it’s all changing. Good or bad? I guess we’ll see.

In 2010.

As I mentioned below, in another post, publication of books 2 and 3 of the Lady Anne series have been put off until next year. I’m disappointed but philosophical; s*%t happens.

Change…. even this last bit has changed. I have stuff to report about Lady Anne and publication, but I’m leaving it until 2010.

On a happier note, I’ve begun a new blog to follow my reading passion, cozy murder mysteries. Check it out:

Stay tuned!!!!


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8 responses to “The only constant in life is change.

  1. Caffey

    Donna, I’m so thrilled on the regency!!! I love reading those, they are such a wonderful comfort read for me. I love to escape within the stories and just don’t want them to end. And there to be a trilogy is awesome!! Its so going to be worth the wait Donna. And the titles are perfect!!

    I shall be visiting more here now that I found your blog and back in touch!!


    PS too, I can get ready too with some re-reading of the Awakening books!

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving/Holiday this week.

  2. Hi Cathie,

    How great to hear from you!

    Yes, I’m so looking forward to the Lady Anne series coming out. The time setting is slightly pre-Regency; they are set in 1786, and feature a great hero and heroine. A lot of fun!

    Thanks again! I’ll be looking forward to everyone’s opinion when they come out.


  3. Caffey

    Beautiful Donna! I don’t think I read much pre-regency but I love reading new settings and those of my favorites (include too Medieval, western, Victorian) I’m easy to please! I’ll be first in line for these! Congrats again!

  4. Donna

    Donna Lea,

    I just looked at your website and books for the first time. I’m going purchase your Awaiting series, and also “Lady Anne” The first romance novels I read were Historical. Kathleen Woodiwess. Always loved that period. I moved away from them. Recently I’ve found Paranormals so interesting. So I think, you have a interesting combination here.
    I’m really looking forward to adding them to my TBR library. I’ll let you know when I take your journey and read your books. I’m sure to love your books.

  5. I just read your post at Confessions of a Romance Novel Addict. Your stories sound great! I’m looking forward to reading them.

    best, Barbara

  6. Thanks, Barbara! Hope you enjoy my book(s)!!!

  7. I’ve given you a bloggy award. You can collect it here 🙂

  8. alba

    I find it so much fun when I read about a place I was born, even with the era some things are still the same….
    I now too live in Canada but I do get to go home every other year or so I spend most of my time with Family but do get to go on outings hopping in Leeds is a Must…….

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