What's Afoot With Grace:
July 2, 2020
I’m happy to announce that Beckman: Lord of Sins has joined the earlier Lonely Lords at the $4.99 ebook price point on the major retailers, and at $3.99 in the webstore. He also has a new cover which I think is more reflective of the title character. Love and Other Perils remains priced at $.99 and will likely be retired on or before August 1. (Sorry, Max!). Get ’em while they’re… hot!
On the blog this week, I’m blatherin’ on about a book from a Nobel Laureate that I (and apparently many of you) wish we’d never opened, because that’s just not how any of this works, sir. Add your comment for a shot at a signed copy of A Lady’s Dream Come True!
An Author’s Dream Come True!
June 17, 2020
Thanks to you, wonderful readers who put A Lady’s Dream Come True on the USA Today Bestseller list! If you haven’t ordered this happily-ever-after yet, you can do that right here. I will tell Oak and Verity the good news if they ever deign to unlock the studio door!
Love and Other Discounts
June 15, 2020
For the remainder of June, my novella duet with Emily Larkin, Love and Other Perils, will be ebook discounted to $.99 (this is the duet with cats in both stories). You can download from the web store here, and from the major retailers here. Happy reading!
Verity + Oak = HEA!
June 10, 2020
Please welcome A Lady’s Dream Come True to your collection of True Gentlemen! Oak Dorning had me wondering there for a while, but Verity Channing–despite wrong turns and potholes on the course of the true love–has him sorted out. Order your copy here.
July 11, 2020 • Grace's Most Recent Blog Post
I love where I live. We have four seasons, big trees, enormous green biomass, plenty of surface water… all the features that make me feel safe and happy. I can deal with the ice storms and power outages (all hail the wood stove). I don’t mind having to get after the yard for months on end. For me, the pollen rotation is bearable, but there is one characteristic that I positively loathe about life in the Maryland countryside, and my neighbors are partly to blame. I’ve had the same neighbors (or their kin) for decades. … Continue reading