Paula Corbett only wrote one book--Maid in Boston, which is available free as an ebook on the Belgrave House website.
In 1983, three friends got together to attempt collaborating on a Silhouette Desire. We gathered each week and plotted three chapters at a time, assigning one to each of us. And the next week we'd come back and do it again, knowing more about the story because we'd worked with the characters for a week.
It was a unique experience for the women--Barbara Turner would go on to write seven Silhouettes of her own, Miranda Coffey would eventually move from short stories to poetry, and Elizabeth Neff Walker would work her way out of the log jam of a writer's block she was suffering. Not bad for one small book!
Our collaboration resulted in a sale to Silhouette Desire and the book was published in August of 1984. We hope you'll enjoy Maid in Boston.br />