In July, the members of the Doll Book Club chose Midwife of Normandy for their monthly discussion. They recommended it to all their doll friends and look forward to reading Lucina's Destiny at their next meeting! FYI: Author Carole Penfield is an avid doll collector, as well as an enthusiastic reader of historical fiction novels. These are... Continue Reading →
Lucina's Destiny, is the continuation of the family saga of the Dupres family. If you read book one, Midwife of Normandy, you will be familiar with midwife Clare, her son Jean-Pierre and daughter Lucina. Now you can read their adventures as they begin their new life in England. Meet their new friends and neighbors in... Continue Reading →
Can't believe the year is half over. I'm making slow progress on Book Two, but I have a tentative title; Lucina's Dilemma. I hope to have this sequel to Midwife of Normandy published in time for Christmas. Doing things backwards, I already have the cover designed although the book isn't finished. Does anyone else write... Continue Reading →
The Kindle Ebook edition of Midwife of Normandy will be on sale for the entire month of January, 2017 to celebrate a brand new year. If you haven't read it yet, this is your chance to download the book at a rock bottom price. http://tinyurl.com/MidwifeNormandy
Carole was recently presented with the Golden Inkwell Award for Meritorious Achievement following publication of Midwife of Normandy by Honey J. Rubin, president of the Verde Writers Critique Circle.
Jane Austen doll reading her very own miniature copy of my new book. She plans to write a review with her tiny quill pen on bookbub and goodreads.tinyurl.com/MidwifeNormandy.
Cassandra Austen painted her famous sister, but what was Jane staring at? I like to imagine she was admiring author Carole Penfield and her husband Perry, dressed in their regency finery for a JASNA garden party. Perhaps Jane was thinking "what an elegant couple. Perhaps I should write a story about them..." I ordered these personalized... Continue Reading →
With Thanksgiving looming, my mouth waters with thoughts of turkey and traditional trimmings. In 17th century Normandy, Thanksgiving was not celebrated as we know it today, but Delphine Dupres enjoyed concocting new recipes for her family to enjoy. In Chapter 7 of Midwife of Normandy, Clare receives a skinned rabbit as payment for delivering a... Continue Reading →