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Forever Beginning

December 14, 2014

Carol Dweck is a Stanford researcher who has looked long and hard at the differences between students who are taught with an attitude of “we’re all learning all the time,” versus an attitude of “here’s your grade, and it’s a … Continue reading


Grace is thrilled to bring to readers her first Contemporary Romances, lovingly set in Scotland,

What's Afoot With Grace...

December 14, 2014

Good news for my print readers! My publisher is hatching up a plan to get my historical novellas out in print during 2015. Dates and details to be revealed as I learn them!

Facebook Party Alert! Patience Griffin and I both have January releases, and we'll also have a joint release in late January about which I am exceedingly excited. We're planning a January 6, 2015, Facebook Party, and the prizes will be many and marvelous--also Scottish.

 

November 30, 2014

Enormous Thanks, to everybody who made the Kindle Daily Deal for Darius, Nicholas and Ethan such a roaring success. An author's biggest challenge (after writing a terrific book) is getting the story into the hands of those readers who will love it. Your tub thumping, shares, likes, and word of mouth make ALL the difference.

Because you're so wonderful, don't forget to download Douglas: Lord of Heartache, and the contemporary novella,  Kiss for Luck, both of which are free, free, free.

New series alert! If you've read Kiss and Tell, a $.99 contemporary romance novella, you've met a handsome Scottish lawyer named Dunstan Cromarty. Seems Dunstan has a lot of rambunctious relatives back on the auld sod, and I'll start their stories with some novellas next year. More to be revealed, ye ken?