What's Afoot With Grace:
July 15, 2018
Once Upon a Library Conference
July 4, 2018
Lucky me, I got to participate in a panel at the American Library Association recent conference. The topic was romance, but I, went blathering on about why I think library discovery is the best discovery an author’s books can have. I’ve put a copy of my remarks up here for any who are interested.
Those diabolical romance authors…
July 1, 2018
“Thank You!” to the loveliest readers in the whole world!
June 27, 2018
I am very pleased to report that My Own True Duchess has been named a USA Today bestseller, thanks to the many readers who snatched up Jonathan and Theo’s story during its first week of publication. I am one grateful, humbled–HAPPY–author!
July 15, 2018 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
Because I can’t be working on Lord Casriel’s happily ever after with Lady Canmore every waking hour, I’m also reading a nice little book, The Net and the Butterfly, by a couple of clever people whose topic is, “The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking.” This is related to my last reading project–Iconoclast–which had to do with thinking new thoughts and solving old problems with new solutions. The breakthrough thought is also usually a solution to a problem, or an insight about the way forward. I need a lifetime supply of these if I am … Continue reading
Reader Favorite Spotlight
“You don’t care for children?” Cromarty asked as the waitress moved off.
“I like children a lot,” Jane said, “but the rug rat will start bellowing here directly, as soon as Mom and Dad try to have an adult conversation. They’re always teething when they’re that small.”
The little family trundled by, the baby nothing more than a pink, sleepy face among soft blankets and padding.
“The bairnie’s too wee to teethe yet,” Cromarty said, his tone wistful. He turned a green-eyed gaze on Jane as she inhaled another bite of injera. “I admit to some puzzlement, Ms. DeLuca. You’re having bread with your bread and bread with your extra potatoes, and I heard mention of dessert. Are you the only American female who doesn’t fret about her weight?”