I found out today that the narrator has been cast for An Heir of Uncertainty. She’s an actress named Rebecca Courtney, and she’s not only performed a wide variety of voiceover work, but also appeared on the stage and screen.
I’ll post a release date as soon as I have one.
Now comes the hard part–I have to finish the manuscript.
I’ll post more when I have information on the release date.
Ruined by Rumor was recently released in paperback, and that means I can now offer it on Goodreads as part of their Giveaway program. The giveaway starts at midnight on Wednesday, July 30, and runs until midnight on Sunday, August 31. Just use the button below to enter.
I’ll be heading tomorrow to the Romance Writers of America conference in San Antonio, Texas. Before I go, though, I have a couple pieces of news.
First–and this is always fun for me–I just learned that A Tryst With Trouble now has an Italian translation: UN MARCHESE SOTTO ACCUSA (A Marquess in Charge). That’s the cover image to the left, and you can learn more (if you’re so inclined) by clicking here.
Second, I just learned this morning that the audiobook version of An Heir of Uncertainty has gone into production. I still don’t have a release date or know the identity of the narrator, but I’ll post more when I do.
I just learned this evening that Audible.com will be offering AN HEIR OF UNCERTAINTY as an audiobook. I’m always thrilled to hear one of my books professionally narrated, and I know many readers prefer the audiobook format. I’ll post an update when I have a release date.
If you know any regency romance fans who love reading but have never made the switch to e-books, I hope you’ll consider recommending RUINED BY RUMOR to them, since Carina Press will be using the sales figures from this pilot program to determine whether they bring out more regency titles in print.
*Don’t miss Amazon’s animation that lets readers flip to the back cover of the book. Isn’t it cool?
I’m so excited–I just learned from my publisher that my first regency, Ruined by Rumor, is going to be available in print! The book will go on sale June 2nd as a trade paperback. If you know any regency romance fans who prefer traditional paperbacks to e-books, please spread the word. The more successful the format is, the more likely Carina Press will be to offer more regencies in print.
I’ll post a link to the paperback edition as soon as it goes up on Amazon.
Today Romantic Historical Reviews is taking a look at An Heir of Uncertainty. “For readers who enjoy more depth to their historical romances (in a similar vein to Mary Balogh), lovely prose, a clever mystery and well-researched plot, An Heir of Uncertainty is highly recommended.” (Thanks Jill!)
And the winner of my Carina Press blog contest to win a free copy of An Heir of Uncertainty is…Justine! Justine, if you’ll contact me to let me know your e-mail address, I’ll be happy to send you your prize. You can reply here on my website, on the Carina Press blog, or by tweeting me @Alyssa_Everett.
Today I’m at the CarinaPress.com site, blogging about why I gave my 1820s hero a brother on the autism spectrum. If you visit the blog and leave a comment, you’ll be entered to win a copy of An Heir of Uncertainty. You can enter up until 9 a.m. Eastern time on March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day), when I’ll announce the winner here and on the Carina blog. If you win the contest but you’ve already bought a copy of An Heir of Uncertainty (in which case, thank you!) I’ll be happy to send it as a gift to the recipient of your choice.
To jump to the blog post so you can enter the contest, click here.