What's Afoot With Grace:

The Last, Best Gentleman!!!

February 25, 2021

I’m pleased to report that The Last True Gentleman has hit the shelves! Sycamore and Jeanette’s story finishes out the True Gentlemen series and also prequels the Mischief in Mayfair series, which launches in June with Miss Delectable–because you can never have too many happily ever afters!

Once Upon a Boo-Boo

February 8, 2021

On the blog this week, we’re discussing those rare occasions when we are wrong, and those other occasions when somebody thinks we’re wrong… except we’re NOT. Leave a comment for a shot at a $25 Amazon gift card.

If for some reason your keeper shelf is missing Trenton, Hadrian, and Worth, whom I call the Loneliest Lords, I’ve discounted that ebook bundle on the web store to $5.99. This trio is not available from the retail platforms (though you can buy the individual titles from them). Order from the web store  here.

Order in the Courtship!

February 1, 2021

On the blog this week, I’m pondering birth order and series order. I seem to save the youngest siblings for last and Sycamore Dorning insists this is the same as saving the best for last. Leave your comment here for a chance at an e-ARC of The Last True Gentleman.

And thanks once again to the best readers in the whole world, because you put Truly Beloved on the USA Today Bestseller list. Daisy and Fabianus thank you sincerely, as do I!

Truly Beloved, Truly Yours

January 19, 2021

I am tickled blue to announce tht Truly Beloved, book 11 in The True Gentlemen series, has hit the shelves. Daisy and Fabianus took me by surprise, and took each other by storm. Order your copy here!

Grace's Romances by Genre

In spring, a young-at-heart author’s thoughts turn to…

March 6, 2021   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

One piece of advice fiction writers hear a lot is, “Give your characters goals in every scene.” To me, that dictum shades a little toward visual media, because the idea is that an audience will become invested in the character’s striving toward the goal, and in the repeated disappointments and surprises as the scene goals elude Our Hero/Heroine. I don’t know as book characters need to be that obviously running gauntlet after gauntlet, because readers can peek inside the characters’ minds and hearts more frequently and deeply than a screen audience can. The interior landscape, … Continue reading