Thanks again to the best readers in the world! Miss Delectable, book one in the Mischief in Mayfair series, hit the USA Today bestsellers list! If you don’t have a copy yet, you can order one for the beach bag/e-reader here.
Thanks to all the many readers who put A Midsummer Night’s Romance on the USA Today Bestseller’s list. This little anthology landed at a very respectable #53 (out of 150), and has already racked up dozens of 5-star reviews. If you haven’t yet ordered your copy, you can do that here.
Along with fourteen co-authors, I’m celebrating today’s release of A Midsummer Night’s Romance. We’ve pulled together fifteen stories varying in length from short story to short novella, each happily ever after set at the same magical, madcap masquerade ball. The introductory price is $.99, so get this one while it’s hot. Ordering links here.
I do apologize. I got way behind posting book excerpts on Coming Soon titles (and a few other places). I’ve remedied my oversights (happy sneak peeking!), but if you spot a book that lacks an excerpt, please drop me a line.
And speaking of catching up… Mary Fran and Matthew‘s little novella from the MacGregor Family Scottish Victorian series has a new cover is now on sale exclusively in the web store. I will get around to distributing this title to the retail outlets, but don’t hold your breath. Another half-dozen novellas are in the re-publication queue, and I want them all live on the web store before they pop up anywhere else.
Enormous thanks to you, best readers in the universe, for putting How to Catch at Duke on the USA Today Bestsellers list! Stephen and Abigail passed the post at No. 49, which for me is a dizzying number (the list goes #150). That might be the highest USAT rank a Grace Burrowes book has ever achieved. I CANNOT thank my readers enough! (And Ned, no pressure, dude.)
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!
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…