News and Updates for September

You might be wondering why I am sharing September news in October. Well, that would be because I didn’t have news until the last couple days of the month….so I thought I should just wait until today to share.

I have published another book! I was challenged to write and publish a short story in the month of September. It had to be between 8,000 and 20,000 words. Mr. Darcy’s Love is the result. It is available on Amazon, Nook, Kobo, and hopefully by the beginning of this next week, the Createspace Store.

Mr. Darcy's Love ebook cover

There’s a bit of news you might enjoy hearing!! I have begun adding all my books to Nook and Kobo! At present, only I Promise To…, Bits of Ribbon and Lace, and Mr. Darcy’s Love are available at those two retailers. I hope to add another book every couple weeks.

And what of my friends? Well…

Leenie Brown just recently published Through Every Storm: A Pride & Prejudice Novella, and wonderful tale featuring Wickham and Lydia. I’m not generally fond of reading about minor characters, but Leenie has a way with them that draws a reader in. She really puts you in the Wickhams’ shoes! You will not regret reading this book, I promise you! This book is available on Amazon and Kobo, and at the Createspace Store.


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Rose Fairbanks just published a book of short stories, called Love Lasts Longest. As usual, Rose has created a story (well, several stories) that you just can’t put down! This one is available at Amazon and is part of the Kindle Unlimited program.

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Pamela Lynne, just days ago, published Sketching Characters, a book I had the privilege of cold reading. It is another fabulous tale! I don’t want to give it away, but you will feel terrible for Lydia, cheer Darcy on, and a Colonel Fitzwilliam you will hate. It is available at Amazon, on Nook, Kobo, and in paperback.

Skecthing Character image for blog

Well, that ought to fill up your TBR pile for a week or so! Have a great month!


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