Last week to get THE KNAVE OF HEARTS for .99 cents. Don’t miss out! And if you have already read The Knave and loved him, why not send a .99 copy to a friend? Who doesn’t love a surprise like that? Especially a knavish one.
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What a perfect book to put on sale this month: The Knave of Hearts. Have you read it? If you haven’t, the ebook is on sale for .99 cents (for US and Canada readers). The perfect price to get yourself a copy or send one to a friend. Tell them Tuck Rowland is a hero they will love as much as chocolate!
Find a .99 cent copy at your favorite online retailer here.
Here is a little sneak peek inside. I love the way Tuck and our heroine, Lavinia Tempest, get to know each other–through banter and secrets … Read more »
I have a confession to make: I am a lunch time reader. I think I like lunch more for the chance to read than the eating part. LOL!
So for the next ten weeks, I’ll be featuring an excerpt from one of my books–the perfect sort of lunch break sampling. And when you are done reading (and having lunch!), come back here to leave a comment and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a new lunch bag stuffed with books and goodies.
Make sure to come back every Tuesday for a new excerpt and a new contest.
This week’s … Read more »
Thanks to everyone who entered The Knave of Hearts Newsletter contest, and I apologize to everyone who had problems with the email. Still not sure what went wrong, but to those of you who sent your entries onto me directly, I made sure they were added to the rest of them.
And so, without further ado, the winner of the box of books, goodies and a new Kindle Fire is:
Amanda S. of Laramie, WY
Amanda, I’ll get your box in the mail today and do enjoy your new Kindle!
And a special thank you to everyone who is rushing … Read more »
Counting Down to 20
So when I got to this point in my writing, I decided I wanted to write about a collection of spinsters from a small village who had no hope of ever getting married. They weren’t great beauties, they weren’t fabulously rich, or well-connected. Just ordinary girls from a village.
I could see this trio of friends so clearly: Tabitha-smart, kind and hard-working, Daphne–all full of opinions and grand aspirations, and finally, Harriet–loyal to a fault, utterly sensible and a secret romantic. Okay, maybe not so secret–but don’t tell her brothers, they would tease her to the … Read more »