Wednesday, October 30, 2019

What Are You Reading? ~ Oct. 30th, 2019

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What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finished reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Current Read

I'm currently reading Looking for Alaska* by John Green. I'm not very far into this, but I'm enjoying it. It's an easy read. I'm trying to read this before watching the series on Hulu! :)

I'm also listening to The Girl With No Name* by Diney Costeloe, a WWII story. It's so good! I'm about a third of the way through. 

Recently Finished

I finished reading Pride and Prometheus* by John Kessel. This was really good. Kessel kept true to the original Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (which I have read) while adding the Bennet's to the story. Mary and Kitty Bennet are the main characters pulled from Pride and Prejudice, although you will see appearances from most of them. I do have one quibble with the story, but mentioning it would be a spoiler. Otherwise, it was a great read! ~ 4 stars

I also finished Rules of Conflict (Survival Rules #2)* by Jack Hunt. I had put this one down for a while but picked it back up. It was okay. ~ 3 stars

What's next? 

I think I'm going to read One Second After* by William R. Forstchen, which is a post-apocalyptic/ EMP story.

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Have a great week, friends! Be sure to share what you've been reading! 

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

When Charlotte Became Romantic Blog Tour ~ Guest Post, Excerpt, & Giveaway!

Hello, friends! I'm delighted to have Victoria Kincaid visiting here again! She has a new book out called When Charlotte Became Romantic, which sounds super fun! I can't wait to read this! I think Charlotte deserves a little romance, don't you? :)

Also, Victoria is giving away one e-copy of When Charlotte Became Romantic to one of my lucky readers! Details are at the bottom of the page. 

Hello Candy and thank you for hosting me at your blog!  Recently I released, When Charlotte Became Romantic, a story about what would happen if someone else sought Charlotte Lucas’s affections—after she had agreed to marry Collins.  In P&P she famously declares that she is not romantic, unlike Elizabeth Bennet; but I always wondered if maybe she protested too much.  

I thought it was possible that Charlotte had been romantic at some point in her life, and something had happened to make her renounce romance.  I wondered if the right events might provoke a romantic reaction from her.  So this is the story that examines those possibilities.  Below is a summary and excerpt.  Enjoy! 


When Charlotte Became Romantic
by Victoria Kincaid

A Pride and Prejudice Variation 

In the original Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet’s friend, Charlotte Lucas marries the silly and obsequious clergyman, Mr. Collins. But what if fate—and love—intervened?

Desperate to escape her parents’ constant criticism, Charlotte has accepted a proposal from Mr. Collins despite recognizing his stupid and selfish nature. But when a mysterious man from her past visits Meryton for the Christmas season, he arouses long-buried feelings and causes her to doubt her decision. 

James Sinclair’s mistakes cost him a chance with Charlotte three years ago, and he is devastated to find her engaged to another man. Honor demands that he step aside, but his heart will not allow him to leave Meryton. Their mutual attraction deepens; however, breaking an engagement is not a simple matter and scandal looms. If they are to be happy, Charlotte and James must contend with her parents’ opposition, Lady Catherine’s nastiness, and dangerous figures from James’s past. 

Charlotte had forsworn romance years ago; is it possible for her to become romantic again?


     James soon found himself hurrying back into the hallway, hoping Charlotte had returned.  However, the space was empty of all but Charlotte’s friend Elizabeth, who was contemplating a rather poorly executed painting of a country landscape.  

     Perhaps the friend might give him some intelligence about Charlotte’s betrothed; this Mr. Collins was her cousin.  No doubt she would give a good report about him, but at least it would be something.  

     “Hello again, Miss—”  The name came to him suddenly.  “Bennet.” 

     She turned her head to give him a smile and then gestured back to the painting.  “Mr. Sinclair, give me your honest opinion.  Do you believe the artist suffers from a condition in which he can see nothing but the color brown or”—a corner of her mouth quirked up in a smile—“was brown the only color of paint in his palette?” 

     James could not help laughing at her pert remark before scrutinizing the painting, which was indeed exceedingly brown.  The land, road, trees, and water were all rendered in varying shades of the color.  “Perhaps brown is the least expensive color of paint?” he suggested.  “I know little about art.  However, I do discern a hint of blue in the sky.” He pointed at the painting.  

     Miss Elizabeth squinted at the area he indicated.  “Ah, I see, the artist did splurge on some blue paint.  How very bohemian of him.” 

     They both laughed.  

     In the following silence, she regarded him expectantly.  “Miss Elizabeth, er…” He cleared his throat. “Might you tell me something of Miss Lucas’s betrothed?  I consider her a friend and would like to know that she is well-settled.” 

     One of her eyebrows rose.  “A friend who has not seen her in three years?” 

     James shifted his weight, uncomfortably aware that she could see right through his pretense.   “I would have seen her since if it had been within my power.” 

     Miss Elizabeth continued to take his measure.

     Her silence compelled him to say more.  “What can you tell me of this fellow Collins?  Does he love her?  Is he a good sort of man?” 

     “I do not know him well, for all that he is my cousin.  A disagreement between his father and mine kept our families separated for many years.  But I think most people would agree that he is a moral and upstanding man,” she said slowly, weighing each word.  

     James took a moment to parse the oddly phrased response.  “Is his situation in life good?” 

     This time the answer was quicker in coming.  “Yes.  He has a good position—a living at Hunsford Parsonage and the patronage of Lady Catherine de Bourgh, who, I am given to understand, is quite elegant and owns a grand estate.”  A quality in her voice suggested she was dubious of this characterization.  

     “He is an honorable man?” 

     Miss Elizabeth pressed her lips together.  “Yes,” she said eventually. “As most people would define honor.” 

     How curious. This conversation was telling him as much about Miss Bennet as it was about Mr. Collins.  “But not how you would define honor?” 

     She stared at the overly brown painting again.  “I would suppose everyone’s definition of honor is different.”

     That was an evasion, but James did not press her on it.  “Does he love her?” 

     There was a very long pause as Miss Elizabeth chose her words carefully.  “I am given to understand that he has expressed his love and admiration many times.” 

     That was not an answer. 

     “And what do you believe, Miss Elizabeth?” He observed her face intently. 

     She gave him a cool, appraising look.  “Toward what purpose do these questions tend, Mr. Sinclair?” 

     He shifted his gaze to the stairs.  She was perspicacious; how much had she already discerned?  “I am merely concerned for my friend’s happiness.” 

     “The consensus in Meryton is that she has as fair a chance of happiness as most people do in the marital state.” 

     “Do you share that opinion?” 

     “Why are you asking me? Why is my opinion of special importance?” 

     “You are Miss Lucas’s particular friend; I would expect that you have good judgment.” 

     Miss Elizabeth caught and held his gaze.  “And if Charlotte is not destined to be happy, what shall you do about it?” 

     James gaped; he was not equal to formulating an answer to such a blunt and unexpected question.  

     “Charlotte has taken steps to secure what she sees as the best possible future for herself,” Miss Bennet continued.  “It might not be the choice you or I would make, but we cannot say for certain that it is not the right choice for her.” 

     She did not await a response but turned on her heel and marched through the doorway that led to the drawing room, leaving him with more questions and doubts than before. 

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About the Author

Victoria Kincaid is the author of several popular Jane Austen variations, including The Secrets of Darcy and Elizabeth, Pride & Proposals,  Mr. Darcy to the Rescue, When Mary Met the Colonel, and Darcy vs. Bennet. All of her books have been listed in Amazon’s Top 20 Bestselling Regency Romances.  The Secrets of Darcy and Elizabeth was nominated for a Rone award, and Pride and Proposals was recognized as a top Austenesque novel for 2015 by Austenesque Reviews.

Victoria has a Ph.D. in English literature and has taught composition to unwilling college students. Today she teaches business writing to willing office professionals and tries to give voice to the demanding cast of characters in her head.

She lives in Virginia with an overly affectionate cat, an excessively energetic dog, two children who love to read, and a husband who fortunately is not jealous of Mr. Darcy.  A lifelong Austen fan, Victoria has read more Jane Austen variations and sequels than she can count – and confesses to an extreme partiality for the Colin Firth miniseries version of Pride and Prejudice.

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Blog Tour Schedule

Oct. 22 –  Diary of an Eccentric
Oct. 29 –  So Little Time…
Nov. 2   –  My Vices and Weaknesses
Nov. 4   —  From Pemberley to Milton
Nov. 5 – Austen Authors
Nov. 30 —  For the Love of Austen
Dec. 13 – Austenesque Reviews

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It's giveaway time! Victoria is giving away one e-copy of When Charlotte Became Romantic to one of my lucky readers! To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below.

  • One person will win an eCopy of When Charlotte Became Romantic.
  • To enter, leave a comment below and include your e-mail with parentheses around (at) and (dot).
  • The winner will be picked randomly.
  • Open Internationally.
  • The last day to enter the giveaway is Nov. 5th, 2019 by the end of the day.  

Good luck!

Congratulations to Victoria Kincaid on the release of When Charlotte Became Romantic! Also, a big thanks for visiting here today and for generously giving away an e-copy to one of my readers! 

So, friends, what did you think of James Sinclair in this excerpt? Obviously, Elizabeth couldn't tell him how she really feels about Mr. Collins!

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Fine Eyes & Pert Opinions Blog Tour! ~ Guest Post, Excerpt, & Giveaway!

Hello, friends! I'm excited to be part of Maria Grace's Fine Eyes & Pert Opinions Blog Tour! Maria Grace is visiting today, talking a little about archery, and sharing an excerpt!  She's also giving away an eCopy of her new book to one of my lucky readers! Details of the giveaway are at the bottom of the page. 

Thanks so much for having me, Candy. It’s great to get to visit with you again. I’m excited to share my new novel with you and your readers. Fine Eyes and Pert Opinions features a house party at Pemberley which included Elizabeth and Jane Bennet. One of the more notable activities the guests engage in, both gentlemen and ladies, is archery. Yes, really, the ladies participated as well! Who knew?

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

What Are You Reading? ~ Oct. 23rd, 2019

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What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finished reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Current Read

I'm currently reading Pride and Prometheus* by John Kessel. I'm not too far into it, but I'm enjoying it! I'm glad I took the time to read Frankenstein last year. I don't think that's necessary to enjoy this book, but I'm glad I have the background.

Recently Finished 

I recently finished reading The Inheritance* by Tamera Alexander. I forgot to mention last week that I had started listening to this while driving to my son's wedding. Well, I finished it the other day. It was great! ~ 4 stars. 

I also finished reading Sanditon* by Jane Austen. Boy, I wish Jane had finished this story. Sadly, she passed away before she could. She had laid all the groundwork for all her characters (and she had quite a few in this one!) when she quit working on it.

I'm looking forward to watching the new mini-series when it comes to the US. I've heard mix things about it.

I love this cover! Lol! It's the chicken that I adore. It's a funny picture. I'm not sure why it was chosen for this story! :)

What's Next?

I want to read Looking for Alaska* by John Green before watching the series on Netflix. It's been sitting on the shelf for a couple of years now, but I haven't read it. My daughter has, though.

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Have a great week, friends! Be sure to share what you've been reading! 

Monday, October 21, 2019

The Perfect Gentleman by Julie Cooper ~ Happy Release Day!

Hey there, friends! I wanted to send out a big CONGRATULATIONS to Julie Cooper on the release of her book, The Perfect Gentleman! Have you seen the cover? Isn't it beautiful, and so mysterious looking!

The Perfect Gentleman
by Julie Cooper

Book Blurb: 

’Tis no secret that Lizzy Bennet has dreams. The uniquely talented daughter of a woman with a dubious reputation, Lizzy knows she must make her own way in a world that shuns her. 

Fitzwilliam Darcy carries the stains of his family’s disgrace upon his soul and only by holding himself to the strictest standards has he reclaimed his place in society. 

Now Georgiana Darcy has gone missing. If his fifteen-year-old sister cannot be found quickly, the scandal could destroy Darcy’s years of perfect behaviour. Lizzy Bennet knows just what to do to find Georgiana. She is willing to join the pursuit to get what she wants but will Darcy be willing to trust her with his secrets? And what will they do when the search for Georgiana reveals what neither expected to find? 

The Perfect Gentleman is a romantic adventure so big it needs two volumes in one book. Follow the adventure in A Not-So-Merry Chase and discover the surprises and temptations that await at Pemberley in Love Wisely But Well.

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About the Author

Julie Cooper, a California native, lives with her Mr Darcy (without the arrogance or the Pemberley) of nearly forty years, two dogs (one intelligent, one goofball), and Kevin the Cat (smarter than all of them.)  They have four children and three grandchildren, all of whom are brilliant and adorable, with the pictures to prove it. She works as an executive at a gift basket company and her tombstone will read, "Have your Christmas gifts delivered at least four days before the 25th."  Her hobbies are reading, giving other people good advice, and wondering why no one follows it.

Stay tuned for the upcoming blog tour! There's going to be a fantastic giveaway!

I'm looking forward to reading this one! I love it when Darcy and Elizabeth have to work together! How about you?

Friday, October 18, 2019

Jane Austen's Ghost by Jennifer Kloester ~ Guest Post

Hello, friends! I'm delighted to have Jennifer Kloester visiting us today! She's here to tell us a little about herself and her new book, Jane Austen's Ghost.

Hello Candy, and to all your readers! Thank you so much for having me on your wonderful website. It’s such a pleasure to be here and to be able to tell you about my new novel, Jane Austen’s Ghost, out October 29 from Overlord Publishing. 

I’ve been an Austen fan for years and reread her novels whenever I can. Persuasion is my favourite, closely followed by Pride and Prejudice, although I think that Emma is her most brilliant book. 

My love of Austen has taken me to many of the places dear to her own heart, including London, Lyme Regis, Winchester and Chawton. I’ve made several trips to Chawton and the wonderful Jane Austen’s House Museum there, but in 2014 I was lucky enough to spend a day at Chawton House – the grand house once owned by Jane’s wealthy brother, Edward Knight. 

Here I was able to sit and read first edition copies of both Persuasion and Northanger Abbey, both published posthumously in 1818, the year after her death. It seemed wonderful to me that I could sit in the very house where Jane Austen had sometimes stayed and walk on the same floorboards where she had walked, and read her words in the beautiful leather-bound four-volume edition of her two final books. What a privilege it was to sit by the window in the library at Chawton House and read my favourite Austen in its original published form. It was so moving to read the ‘Biographical Notice of the Author’ at the front of the book. Written by her brother Henry Austen, it was the first account of Jane Austen’s life and writing with a description of her final illness and death that almost made me cry. 

All of these things helped to inspire Jane Austen’s Ghost and I had a wonderful time incorporating so many moments of her life and writing into the novel. I’d often wondered how Jane Austen would react to our world with its intense, fast-paced life, modern manners and very different language. So much has changed in the two hundred years since her death – almost everything except human nature – and as Jane Austen was an expert on human nature, I wanted her to cast her keenly observant eye over our world and hear what she had to say about it. 

Jane Austen’s Ghost is the fulfilment of that wish.

Jane Austen's Ghost
by Jennifer Kloester


A masterpiece of wit, ingenuity and impeccable style, Regency maven Jennifer Kloester brings the great Jane Austen into the modern world in this enchanting, exhilarating adventure of love, literature and life everlasting...

With her life a mess, Cassandra Austin seeks refuge in Winchester with her eccentric great-aunt – but Aunty B has problems of her own. Ghost problems.

Cassie doesn’t believe in ghosts but she’ll do anything to help the only person who’s ever loved her. Besides, a simple spell in the cathedral crypt couldn’t do any harm, could it? Well, except for the two-hundred-year-old curse on Jane Austen, that is.

Overnight, life is suddenly a whole lot weirder and it’s up to Cassie to save the day with the help of a dour Bishop, two literary geniuses, a couple of wise-cracking geriatrics and the enigmatic Oliver Carling.

Magic and mystery abound in this genre-bending contemporary-historical paranormal romance with a Regency twist.
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About the Author

Jennifer Kloester first read Georgette Heyer’s novels while living in the jungle in Papua New Guinea and re-read them while living in the desert in Bahrain. In 2004, she completed a Doctorate on Georgette Heyer and her Regency Novels. Since then she has written extensively about Heyer and the Regency and has given writing workshops and public presentations in the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand. She is the author of Georgette Heyer’s Regency World and Georgette Heyer: Biography of a Bestseller. Jennifer also writes fiction; her novel Jane Austen’s Ghost is out October 29, 2019.

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Advance Reviews

Jane Austen's Ghost is a fabulous, fun read full of fantastical twists - mind-candy for anyone who has heard of Jane Austen. Meticulously researched, this work is nevertheless a tour de force of the imagination. Although steeped in all things Austen, due to its imaginative presentation, this work will appeal to readers everywhere – from Austen scholars to the man in the street. This is a work that transcends genres, incorporating a contemporary-historical paranormal adventure, a sweet romance, and a female protagonist in a coming-of-age arc. A truly not-to-be-missed read destined to become a classic.”

“Jennifer Kloester’s meticulous research frameworks an intriguing, complex fantasy, as well as a gorgeously intimate insight into a concept of the Jane Austen we’d love to have at our dinner table. The characters are marvelous, the friendships warm and deep, and the plot holds us spellbound until the end. A truly fabulous read.”

“Jane Austen meets Bridget Jones meets Harry Potter in this fast-paced romp from Georgette Heyer expert Jennifer Kloester. There are laugh out loud moments but genuinely scary moments, too, in this diverting tale. Supernatural elements mix with Regency manners as Jane Austen finds herself grappling with the twenty-first century in Jane Austen’s Ghost.”

Thank you, Jennifer, for stopping by today! I'm so happy to have you here! Your book looks so fun! I'm looking forward to reading it! Also, I'm so jealous that you got to spend time at Chawton House, and how amazing was it to be able to hold and read some of Jane's first additions! Wow! 

So, friends, any thoughts? Please leave any comments or questions for Jennifer Kloester below! 

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

What Are You Reading? ~ Oct. 16, 2019

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Happy Wednesday! I just got back from my son's wedding! It was beautiful! I only took a few pictures myself.

What are you Reading?  Let me know what your current read is, what you recently finished reading, and what you plan on reading next! 

Currently Reading:

I just started reading Sanditon by Jane Austen, so nothing to report yet!

Recently Finished:

I finished Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins. I thought the beginning of this one was slow, but it did pick up in the end! I love this series! I'm so glad I reread it. 

What's Next? 

For a Halloweenish read, I'd like to read Pride and Prometheus by John Kessel next! I read Frankenstein for the first time last year and have been looking forward to reading Pride and Prometheus all year! 

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Have a great week, friends! Are you reading any spooky books? 

Friday, October 11, 2019

A Case of Some Delicacy Blog Tour! ~ Guest Post & Giveaway!

Hello, my friends! I'm delighted to be part of the A Case of Some Delicacy Blog Tour! KC Kahler has stopped by to tell us a little about her new book, and she has a cute interactive timeline to show us the plot alterations from the original Pride & Prejudice. Plus, there is an awesome giveaway going on! Details are at the bottom of the page!

Thank you, Candy, for hosting the final stop on the A Case of Some Delicacy blog tour here at So Little Time...! 

Hello, readers! If you’ve been following along on the blog tour already, you’ll know that A Case of Some Delicacy is a Pride and Prejudice variation. But any JAFF reader also knows that P&P variations can, well, vary quite a bit. Some of them stray so wildly from canon that they might be considered an AU (alternate universe), while others only have a small change at one crucial point in the plot. 

A Case of Some Delicacy is an example of the latter type of variation. I like to say that the plot “hugs” the original P&P plot. Most of the familiar early events (the Meryton assembly, the stay at Netherfield, meeting Wickham for the first time, the Netherfield ball) still happen in A Case of Some Delicacy, but they are slightly altered. These small changes all combine into a sort of snowball effect by the end of the story.

So what is the crucial change in A Case of Some Delicacy? Mr. Collins visits the Bennet family earlier, right before the Meryton assembly. That small difference in timing cascades into the early plot. For example, Mr. Collins expresses his interest in Jane as a possible bride, just as he does in canon. But rather than warning him off Jane and pushing him toward Elizabeth instead, Mrs. Bennet encourages him! Jane hasn’t even met Mr. Bingley yet, so why shouldn’t Mr. Collins pursue her? 

What about the Meryton assembly, you ask? Well, Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy are introduced to the neighborhood just as in the original. But Mr. Collins is also introduced to the neighborhood that night, and rumors of a connection between him and Jane are already spreading. 

I’ve created an interactive timeline comparing the early plot of A Case of Some Delicacy (on the top) to the original Pride and Prejudice (on the bottom). (Interactive Timeline)

Click on the image to take you to the interactive timeline.

A Case of Some Delicacy
by KC Kahler


A secret alliance grows when an unwanted suitor arrives at Longbourn... 

When rumours of Jane Bennet’s impending betrothal to her father’s heir begin spreading at the Meryton Assembly, Elizabeth vows to save her dearest sister’s happiness from being sacrificed in marriage. 

She finds an unlikely accomplice in Mr Darcy, the taciturn man whose heroics on the cricket field have managed to turn Lydia Bennet’s infatuation away from redcoats. Upon overhearing a heated exchange between Elizabeth and Mr Bennet, Darcy is stunned not only by her devotion to her sister, but also by her defiant words to her father. An inexplicable desire to help Elizabeth draws Darcy into the match-breaking scheme, despite knowing that he should want nothing to do with a family like the Bennets. 

As the new allies work together, their friendship deepens into mutual admiration. But they must navigate a complicated web of sisters, parents, friends, cousins, and aunts, some of whom may be attempting their own manipulations and romantic schemes. Eavesdropping and jealousy abound, cricket balls go astray, and love blooms in spite of Mrs. Bennet’s misguided matchmaking.

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About the Author

KC Kahler lives in northeastern Pennsylvania and works in online education, after having dabbled in sandwich making, bug collecting, and web development. She discovered Jane Austen fan fiction in 2008 and soon began dabbling in writing her own. 

KC blogs about Austen and other pop culture topics. In 2015 and 2017, her popular Austen + The Onion Headlines meme was featured in The Atlantic, Flavorwire, and AV Club. In 2017, she made the requisite pilgrimage to Jane Austen country, where she took the waters in Bath, walked the lanes of Steventon, didn’t fall off the cobb in Lyme Regis, and stood awestruck in Chawton.  

KC’s first novel, Boots & Backpacks, was published in 2014. Her second, A Case of Some Delicacy, released in 2019.

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It's giveaway time! You can win a $50 Amazon gift card from Quills & Quartos Publishing! The contest ends on October 18. To be eligible, just comment on any of the blog tour stops. You need not visit all the stops (one point per stop and comment), however, it does increase your chances of winning by earning more entries. 

Wow! That's a fantastic giveaway! Thank you Quills & Quartos Publishing

Blog Tour Schedule

Oct. 2 Austenesque Reviews
Oct. 3 My Jane Austen Book Club
Oct. 4 From Pemberley to Milton
Oct 8 Diary of an Eccentric
Oct 9 Savvy Verse & Wit
Oct 10 My Vices & Weaknesses
Oct. 11 So Little Time...

Many thanks to Christina Boyd for organizing and including me on this blog tour!

Congratulations to KC Kaher on the release of A Case of Some Delicacy! And thanks for being a guest here at So Little Time...

Ooh, I'm curious to see Darcy and Elizabeth teaming up! What about you? Also, please show KC some love by leaving a comment or question below!  
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