What's Afoot With Grace:
Everybody’s Favorite Rogues…
April 30, 2016
My Favorite Rogue, the limited time, eight-book $.99 Regency bundle, made the USA Today Bestseller’s list. Thanks to all the readers who put us there, and happy reading!
Once Upon a Bestsellers List!
April 25, 2016
Enormous thanks to all the readers who helped put Once Upon a Dream on the USA Today bestsellers list. Mary and I could not be more pleased! (Sedgemere’s also looking smug, but then, when doesn’t he?).
We Need A Little Christmas?
April 22, 2016
Patience for Christmas is the title of a novella I’ve recently written to introduce the Windham Brides series, which will start with The Trouble With Dukes (Dec. 20, 2016). Not sure when Patience will be published, but I do know she and publisher Dougal MacHugh get a lovely HEA for Christmas! Read a sneak peek here!
Blame it on Texas (and Scotland)
April 21, 2016
The Cowboy Wore a Kilt, is my $1.99 novella set in Carolyn Brown’s new Kindle World based on her lovely novel, Daisies in the Canyon. I send a Scottish oil executive to buy a canyon country ranch out from under the owner, but she’s not selling! Start reading here.
May 1, 2016 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
Nora Roberts has had 191 New York Times bestsellers (and counting) among her 214+ published titles. Her books have spent a combined total of more than 200 weeks at the number one slot on the list (nearly four years), and 58 of her books debuted at No. 1. Her April 12 release, The Obsession, had, at last count, more than 1000 five star reviews. How many of her books have been reviewed by The New York Times book reviews? That would be…. two. . Some of this is because book reviews are largely men reviewing … Continue reading
Reader Favorite Spotlight
What did it portend, when a man arrived to his newly acquired estate and found an execution in progress?
“The damned beast is done for,” a squat, pot-bellied fellow declared from halfway down the barn aisle.
Thomas Jennings, Baron Sutcliffe, had an advantage of height over the crowd gathered in the stable. Nonetheless, he apparently hadn’t been spotted as he’d ridden up the lane, and he didn’t draw attention watching from the shadows near the door.
“The damned beast was rallying until some idiot fed him oats at midday, Mr. Chesterton,” a woman retorted.