Suspense, laughter, and love are waiting for you. And a handsome admiral too … It’s Launch Day for The Lady Must Decide, the third and final installment in the Mercy’s Embrace trilogy. And, hooray! Claudine has an eBook giveaway going on. Stop by, read her review at Just Jane 1813, and if you’d like to… Continue reading Mercy’s Embrace re-release is now complete!
They say a face once launched a thousand ships. How about a couple thousand Twitter impressions and a bunch of retweets? Like, scary fast? It’s got to be because of that face. Admiral McGillvary’s piercing, confident gaze grabs on and won’t let go. People notice him! See, I put together a basic ad at Canva a… Continue reading The power of a handsome face …
That’s right, Book Two is here for you to enjoy! Don’t you just love that smiling cover? It’s time to celebrate! Today Claudine is hosting an enthusiastic “Launch Day” review and an eBook giveaway at Just Jane 1813. You’ll want to check that out. And if you’d like to buy, thank you! Here is the purchase link at… Continue reading Mercy’s Embrace: So Lively a Chase is live!
So an Amazon Author Page displays an author’s hottest-selling titles first. For me this is A Very Austen Christmas and Darcy By Any Other Name. As expected, my newly re-launched So Rough a Course hasn’t yet made it to a visible position. So I used the arrow thingy to advance the cover images. And looky what I found.… Continue reading Ya wanna buy a book?
“3 …2 …1 … We have ignition.” Mercy’s Embrace: So Rough a Course is now LIVE at Amazon. Woo-hoo! Time to celebrate! Claudine is hosting a “Launch Day” eBook giveaway at Just Jane 1813. You’ll want to check that out. And if you’d like to buy, thank you! Here is the purchase link at Amazon… Continue reading Mercy’s Embrace launches!
It’s time to reveal the cover for So Rough a Course. And it’s a beauty. I have been wanting to share it with you for the longest time. Ha, for “many moons”… Like a scene out of a movie, Admiral McGillvary and Elizabeth Elliot encounter one another in the moonlit garden at Chalfort House. You will… Continue reading Today’s the Day!
So I’m doubling-down on the Mercy’s Embrace indie republication … and this has meant going on Typo Patrol. Typo, as in typing? Typing a manuscript? I am afraid so. Files and cover art typically remain with the original publisher, so when I reacquired the rights, I was on my own. Really on my own, because my… Continue reading Make way for the Typo Patrol!
My first books carried an awesome recommendation–that of beloved Austen author, Pamela Aidan. Anyone familiar with the genre will recognize the name, and will probably say that Pamela’s books are among her favorites. I blush to tell you that I did not have to ask. Pamela offered to endorse my books simply because she is… Continue reading Day 22: Talk about an ideal endorsement!
The spirit, message, and energy of my books captured in song? Well, sure. I can do that. In other words, the sweep and swing of falling in love as expressed in music. How about from the guy’s point of view? For Mercy’s Embrace’s Admiral McGillvary, here is the joyous Everything. And for Darcy… Continue reading Day 18: Sing that book!
Surprises? Along the way there have been a few. Like the cover of my third book printing out as gray, not the blue you see displayed on the sidebar image. “Oh well,” said the designer. “Oh well,” said the publisher. A friend made up a song: “Sell…gray books in cyber space,” he sang. “And put on… Continue reading Day 17: Shaking my head, smiling