Tag: Carina Press
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.
What if you or someone you loved was gay in the year 1820? As part of the release-week celebrations for A Tryst With Trouble, I’m at the Carina Press site today, blogging about “Men’s men, spinsters, and those in the regency closet.”
In addition, I’m giving away a $20 Amazon gift card. Just leave a comment after the post to enter. The contest closes at 8:00 a.m. Eastern on October 1. Buy more books!
I’m at the Carina Press blog today, talking about the inspiration for Ruined by Rumor and giving away a $25 Sephora gift card. Stop by (you can click on the blog name in the previous sentence) and leave a comment to enter.
Edited to add: The winner of the Sephora card giveaway is Elyse Mady. Elyse was the brave soul who left the very first blog comment. Congrats, Elyse!
Two pieces of news to share.
First, I have a projected release date now for my second regency, Ruined by Rumor, the marriage of convenience story Carina Press plans to publish. It should go on sale May 21, 2012.
Second, I’m blogging today at Romancing the Past about a case of star crossed love in the regency, featuring William Makepeace Thackeray’s ruthlessly manipulative grandmother.