What's Afoot With Grace:
Fuzzy Socks and Turn Back the Clocks!
October 16, 2021
On the blog this week, I’m rejoicing in the change of seasons, and also starting my ARC list for my first Lady Violet mystery, set to launch in December. Leave a comment here, and let us know what you think of winter’s approach!
Delightful News (reprise)!
September 22, 2021
Thanks are due once again to the loveliest readers in the world! Miss Delightful landed on the USA Today best sellers list at No. 73. Miss Delectable scored No. 74 back in June, so Dylan and Lydia (Miss Dignified)… no pressure. None at all.
September 16, 2021
I have looked forward to this week for soooooo long! Miss Delightful is now available from all the major retailers, in print, and from libraries. Alasdair and Dorcas get their happily ever after, and Captain Dylan Powell starts eyeing the exits. (He’s not going anywhere without Mrs. Lydia Lovelace.) If you don’t yet have your copy of Miss Delightful, the ordering links are here. Happy reading!
August 31, 2021
I took a summer hiatus from blogging, and used it to get my third Mischief in Mayfair tale, Miss Dignified, complete in draft. Captain Dylan Powell’s bachelor days (and nights) are numbered, though let’s not tell him that just yet. I am back at the blogging, and this week’s give-away is a $50 Amazon gift card. We’re chatting about the lack of punctuation that characterizes pandemic life, and I do not mean periods and commas. Leave your comment here.
October 16, 2021 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
Last time I visited my doctor, we looked over a batch of labs and I saw my C-reactive protein score was up. This is a measure of general inflammation, and it’s a test where the lower the score, the better. My PA, though, pointed out that my score ALWAYS goes up in the summer, and comes back down in the winter. The number swings from, “This is flirting with rheumatoid arthritis territory,” down to, “What’s inflammation?” This comports with my sense of the seasons generally. I detest the heat, humidity, and bugs of summer, and … Continue reading