Hi all, and welcome to those who joined my newsletter during the Booksweeps Valentine’s Day Historical Romance giveaway! I’m happy to have you along for my book journey, and hope that you got a chance to check out The Maiden’s Defender, the book featured in the Booksweeps giveaway.
I hope this newsletter finds everyone well. While we’re hunkered down, socially distancing, and our lives are either on hold or off routine, it’s my sincerest wish that you’re finding positive ways to stay happy, healthy, and engaged with friends and family. (Over video chat, of course!) I don’t know if my signing at Turn the Page, Nora Roberts’ bookstore, will be postponed or not, but I will make sure to send out a newsletter if and when anything changes. As of now, no call has been made and as far as I know, it’s still on for May 16th. Fingers crossed that we can get back to our normal lives soon!
Because many are staying home, what better time than now to have books to read? Many authors, including myself, have books for free, knowing that this is a trying time for all. An Earl for the Archeress, the sister book to The Maiden’s Defender, is currently FREE, and I’m not sure how long Entangled Publishing will have it listed as such. I’d love it if you grabbed a copy and told me what you thought of it. Download by clicking the links below, and I hope it brings you a needed distraction! As of this morning, it was ranked at #1 in Medieval Historical Romance’s Kindle Store, which is pretty exciting if I do say so myself!
Best selling author Elizabeth Keysian’s historical romance, is also currently FREE. A Perilous Passion, can be found on all platforms by clicking here and selecting your ereader type: Entangled Publishing
A Masterclass with Grace Burrowes
One of my many pleasures as an author and member of Maryland Romance Writers, is that I get to plan special events for aspiring, and established, authors! My committee and I are pleased to have put together a day-long event in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, featuring Grace Burrowes, a NYT and USA Today bestselling author of historical romance. She will be teaching a class on story craft and pacing! Registration is currently on hold due to coronavirus, but will reopen to the public when a new date has been selected. In the mean time, feel free to read the event page here for details. No need to be a published author–the event will be beneficial to all, no matter your writing experience! I hope all who live in the region will be able to make it, as it’s truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity.
Happy reading to all, and please, stay safe, warm, and healthy! I’ll make sure to send an update for my Nora Roberts signing as soon as I hear word!