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A Dignified New Year (smoochin’ included)!!!

January 4, 2022

In the Happy New Year category, please welcome Miss Dignified, Mischief in Mayfair book three, and my first retail title for 2022. Dylan and Lydia aren’t looking for love. They are far too sensible and busy for that foolishness–or so they claim. Order your copy here, and let the wild smoochin’ begin!

And to all a good read!

December 26, 2021

I hope your year is ending sweetly, or at least peacefully! I got busy earlier this month and uploaded the ebook files for all six Lady Violet Mysteries as well as for Miss Dignified to the web store, in case your TBR pile has taken a mid-winter hit and you don’t feel like waiting for the retail on-sale dates. Happy new year (let’s hope), and happy reading!

All the HEAs Fit to Print

December 9, 2021

I’m still largely a  print reader, so it gives me particular joy to pass along that all six Lady Violet Mysteries AND Miss Dignified are now available in print. Amazon is reporting some delivery delays, so I went ahead and published the print versions a bit early. After the first of the year, more print options should become available. And if you are not a print reader, then you might interested to know that the web store ebook  and library files for all seven titles will be available on or around Dec. 14. (This is me, rejoicing!)

Lady Violet Links Up!

November 10, 2021

I am tickled pink, lavender, blue and a few other colors to announce that the digital pre-order links for ALL SIX Lady Violet Mysteries are now live. The library/web store on-sale date for these titles is Dec. 14, and the retail release is scheduled for Feb. 22. I hope to include at least Amazon’s print version in the Dec. 14 launch. Wheeee!

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To Grinch or Not to Grinch

January 15, 2022   •  Grace's Most Recent Blog Post

Yes, I know. It’s January,  but the grouchy green guy who sneers at all the stupidly cheerful Whos has been on my mind lately. For a writing class, we had to read Ernest Hemingway’s A Cat in the Rain, and the instructor noted–after praising nearly every word Hem wrote–that the author did not appear to have a warm regard for his characters. It’s a very short story, and as I slogged through it, all I could think was, “Not short enough.” The husband is a lazy, sexist drip. The wife a cross between Blanche DuBois … Continue reading