"I thought of some of my favorite historical romance authors as I read this book—authors like Courtney Milan, Judith Ivory, and Cecilia Grant—because of the good writing, the realness of the characters, and their psychological depth as well." —Dear Author on Sweet Disorder
You may have heard that Samhain Publishing closed its doors at the end of February.
Sweet Disorder, True Pretenses, Listen to the Moon, A Lily Among Thorns, and In for a Penny) are unavailable until my rights are reverted and I can go through the self-publishing process with them. I don't know yet how long that will take; I will update you when I know more. Sign up for my newsletter to stay in the loop!
If you want to read them in the meantime, don't forget to try your local library's collection, or request a copy through interlibrary loan! You can also still find the paperbacks at some sellers.
If you have any questions, ask them here.
I will be an attending author at the Barbara Vey Reader Appreciation Weekend in April 2017! Tickets are sold out for the Saturday luncheon but there are plenty left for the pizza party and Sunday breakfast. And if you're in the Milwaukee area there are plenty of events you can attend for free as well! Visit the official website for all the details. I'd love to see you there!
I've added a new weekly newsletter where I'll share a spoilery detail about an upcoming book. So far, subscribers have learned a major plot point for my current WIP (a Top Secret Project with Alyssa Cole and Courtney Milan) and helped choose my next hero's last name! You can subscribe at the top of this page, on the Newsletter page, or click "update preferences" at the bottom of any recent newsletter.
A new free short story is up! "Do you know anything about canals?", in which Ash and Rafe run a con on Aaron Burr.