Historical and Contemporary Romance Author

Monthly Archives : April 2011

Bits and Pieces

As the title implies, this is a post full of little bits of news you might not have heard if you either don’t follow me on Twitter (which is where all the GOOD stuff happens anymore) and a preview of sorts. Last Day of “Free” Today is your last day to get a copy of The Reiver for free at…

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The Sky Is Not Falling, or Why 99-Cent Books (Probably) Won’t Take Over the World

Over the past few days, I’ve noticed a lot of hand-wringing over the 99-cent book. Yesterday, both the Huffington Post and Nathan Bransford waxed eloquent on the problems with the 99 cent price point. Bransford was, in my opinon, considerably closer to the mark than the HuffPo’s writer when it comes to explicating the long-term implications of the 99-cent price…

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Why Agents Should NOT Become Publishers

I stayed up in my room this morning instead of attending workshops here at RT11 to write my novella, but instead, I’m writing this blog post because as I’ve been watching the happenings at this week’s conference and overhearing conversations, I’m seeing a phenomenon that’s giving me increasing cause for concern. To wit, it seems a lot of agents are…

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Thank You, Thank You!

At 6:00 PDT, Grace Under Fire hit the top 100 in Erotica on Amazon. I am truly amazed, ecstatic, and humbled. If you bought a copy through any retailer, thank you very much. If you haven’t bought a copy yet but plan to…well, what are you waiting for ;). Again, thank you. It’s readers who make a writer’s day. And…

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Today Is the Day!

And no, I don’t mean April Fool’s Day–although it is that, too. But no matter: I’m not pulling your leg when I say that Grace Under Fire is available today. I feel like I’ve been waiting forever to say that and now, at long last, I can! So, in honor of the occasion, I was over at Selena Blake’s blog…

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