Chelsea Roston wrote her first story when she was twelve years old. Fortunately, it is lost to time as she soon realized she had no idea what she was doing. With time, she hopes her skills have improved. She spends her days attempting to enrich the minds of youth while daydreaming about plot holes and character traits. At night, her writing gets interrupted by cats traipsing across her keyboard.
The only part of North Dakota she likes is being able to keep ice cream frozen in her car for most of the year. She would rather live in a big city too many restaurants and too little apartments. This is her first novel.
What do you read for pleasure?
I read a lot of historical fiction--some romance, some suspense. I am an avid fan of Regency Era, Tudors, Borgias, Charles II, Louis XIV, Ancient Egypt.
On occasion, I enjoy reading YA novels.
Describe your desk
At home, my desk is entirely too cluttered with Nintendo 3DS games and papers. While at work, it is full of too many odds and ends to be rendered useful.
Lady Emma Wren has never felt at home among the London elite. Despite being born and raised into an affluent household, she finds her brown skin sets her apart from the lily-white ton. To her surprise, she is to marry the eligible Lord Thomas Hartwell, long-time friend and beau to her elder sister. Her step into the forefront of English society causes backlash and unburies many long dead secrets.