Today in the Saturday Slush Pile:
- To Save a Viscount on Nook
- Tell Me What You Think About Inevitably a Duchess
- In the News: Me!
- Blog to Follow: Kathryn Kane – Romance
- The Week in Social Media: I published a book this week and you should read it today
To Save a Viscount on Nook
I knew it would get there eventually. To Save a Viscount is now available on Nook! Get it here. Be sure to check out the Books page for links to all versions of the ebook. I’ll post the print book link as soon as it becomes available.
Tell Me What You Think About Inevitably a Duchess
I want to hear what you think about Inevitably a Duchess. I know it seems weird that I would ask you about this book when I just released a new book, but trust me. It’s for good reasons. I want to know what your favorite romantic scene from Inevitably a Duchess is. Sorry! It can’t be the chestnut roaster scene. It must be a romantic one. So let me hear it. Post in the comments what your favorite scene is between Richard and Jane. I’ll also be posting on social media, so be sure to chime in there as well. Which leads me to…
In the News: Me!
So I dropped a hint earlier this week on social media, so in case you missed it, I have HUGE WRITING NEWS! But I’m not going to share until my blog post on Wednesday. Yes, I’m going to make you wait for it. Why? Because I don’t want to distract you from reading To Save a Viscount. That would be rude. So stay tuned for Wednesday’s post!
Blog to Follow: Kathryn Kane – Romance
This is a brand spanking new blog, but I must give it a shout out! Kathryn Kane is the wonderful curator at The Regency Redingote, a fantastic blog about all things Regency that this writer has referenced many times over. But luck would have it Ms. Kane has launched a new blog dedicated to the romances of the era in Kathryn Kane – Romance. Again, it’s brand spanking new, and I’m not sure what she’ll post on it. But as I love the Redingote, I have high hopes for her new endeavor!
The Week in Social Media: I published a book this week and you should read it today
We can’t always be on every social media site everyday of the week, so here are some snippets from my week in social media. Click the image to follow any links.
I published a book this week in case you are living under a rock.
And you should read it.