Myretta Robens

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Myretta Robens

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Myretta Robens has lived in Regency England since she was old enough to read Jane Austen. As no eligible peers presented themselves and she never could get vouchers for Almack’s, she was forced to make her way by going into trade. She spent more years than she cares to count working in the field of information technology. It was rewarding in its own way but she never abandoned her first love. In 1997, She found an interesting way to insinuate the 19th century into the world of technology when she joined a friend in creating a Jane Austen web site. She still manages The Republic of Pemberley and invites you to visit if your obsession runs to Jane Austen.

When Myretta is not in the Regency, she lives outside Boston with her Australian Cattle Dog and a varying number of cats. You can find her online at myrettarobens.com, @Myretta and facebook.com/myrettarobens

Just Say Yes, her second published novel, was a finalist for RWA’s RITA award and won the Holt Medallion. Her latest release is Dressed to Kiss, an anthology set in England right before the coronation of George IV. She is delighted to have worked with three wonderful authors (Madeline Hunter, Caroline Linden, and Megan Frampton) on this fun book. Look for Lady Ashby's Major Scandal, coming out soon.

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Total Quotes 2
Books 4
Member Since Jun 2018
Profession Author
Country United States
Born 5 February
Genre Historical Romance

Myretta Robens Books

What Not to Wear for an English Gentleman What Not to Wear for an English Gentleman Amazon View Detail
LADY ASHBY’S MAJOR SCANDAL LADY ASHBY’S MAJOR SCANDAL Amazon View Detail
Jane Austen Made Me Do It: Original Stories Inspired by Literature's Most Astute Observer of the Human Heart (Being a Jane Austen Mystery) Jane Austen Made Me Do It: Original Stories Inspired by Literature's Most Astute Observer of the Human Heart (Being a Jane Austen Mystery) Amazon View Detail
Dressed to Kiss Dressed to Kiss Amazon View Detail

Quotes

What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps me in a continual state of inelegance. — Myretta Robens —
One half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other. — Jane Austen —

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