Kindle & Nook. You'll notice that we're trying out a slightly different cover format, using a Regency fashion print. I think this one conveys a bit more clearly its belonging to the traditional Regency, rather than Regency-era historical, genre.
Meanwhile, if you haven't already, please do take advantage of the special 99¢ price for Isabella. The sweet deal ends after 10 October.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Saturday, September 10, 2011
During the summer, Captives of the Night made its digital debut.
Now I'm delighted to report that my very first book ever, Isabella, is available for download.
Even better: From 10 September to 10 October only, it's on sale for 99¢
*These are shorter than the historical romances I've been writing for quite a while, and the smoochies don't go any farther than kissing, although the kissing might be kind of steamy.
Monday, September 5, 2011
You can find mine here.
Readers in France can enter a contest for a trip to Venice. Yes, Venice! If you're reading this, and you're in France, I think you won't want to miss this opportunity.
Sunday, September 4, 2011
Though the incredible 99¢ special is over, Avon decided to do an end-of-summer sweet deal of $1.99 for the e-edition of Lord of Scoundrels.
But that time ends when summer vacation does, and for those of us in the U.S., Labor Day is the grand finale.
In other words, today and tomorrow offer your last chance for a terrific deal.
For Kindle click here.
For Nook click here.
P.S. Please watch this space for news about e-releases of my out-of-print books, including the traditional Regencies.