What's Afoot With Grace:

Noshing Away…

April 14, 2021

On the blog this week, we’re discussing those projects we do for fun, without a clear finish line, without a budget, without a promise of remuneration or recognition… I call them nosh projects. Leave a comment for shot at a signed copy of How to Catch a Duke!

A Whole Lot of Lonely!!!

March 25, 2021

I am very pleased to announce that David: Lord of Honor has joined the rest of Lonely Lords titles available on the web store. David rounds out the nine-title series, which suggests to me that a certain author might want to get together a complete series bundle for publication on the store this summer…

What’s Schubert Got to Do With It?

March 25, 2021

On the blog this week, we’re chatting about what the pandemic has stolen from us. Leave a comment for a shot at an ARC of Storm and Shelter, next month’s $.99 novella anthology.

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!

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That Time I Screwed Up

April 17, 2021   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

All over the publishing industry we hear tales of the many times an author with a great book had to offer their work all over town, only to be turned down over and over.  A Wrinkle in Time got the thumbs down from 25 different publishers. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone had ten rejections, then a publisher’s eight-year-old daughter told him to back it. Chicken Soup for the Soul had more than 100 rejections. Oops. Venture capital firms also sometimes keep track of companies they had a chance to fund, and passed over. One … Continue reading