A Regency Invitation

This is the Blog of the Book! Read all about the process by which Regency authors Joanna Maitland, Elizabeth Rolls and Nicola Cornick wrote collaboratively to create the story of the Regency House Party of the Season! A Regency Invitation is published in November 2005 from Harlequin Historicals.

Friday, December 30, 2005

Apology -- not part of main blog

[Note to blog readers. Apologies for the post below. It refuses to move up the page, or across to the right where it should be. I have tried to correct it -- believe me, I have tried -- but without success. So, if you want to read the latest excerpt from our blog, please scroll down past this apology. Of course, you may not find this post either, since this one also refuses to be in the right place.

That's what happens when the blogger, like me, is not very experienced. One day, I might find out what I've done. Best wishes, and apologies again. Joanna]

4 Comments:

Blogger Stephen said...

There's nothing actually unusual about that post on my computer - maybe you solved whatever problem there was, and haven't cleared the older version out of your cache?

9:14 AM  
Blogger Joanna Maitland said...

Thanks, Stephen. That's really interesting.

On my computer, and on Nicola's, the two most recent posts on the blog start below all the material on the left-hand side ie AFTER the two websites. Previous posts started alongside the top of the list of posts on the left-hand side. If these latest posts appear properly on your computer, it's obviously something odd about ours. Joanna.

5:08 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

Well, this is crazy! For anyone who is wondering why Elizabeth hasn't done a post it's because Firefox wouldn't let me! Yet the blog looks fine on Firefox and unformatted in Internet Explorer, which I have reincarnated in the hopes of being able to do the uploads. Ah, the vagaries of technology!

Elizabeth - more than ordinarily confused, not to mention horrified by the spider crawling up her wall!

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