I know it’s a bit early for Christmas, but when you can pre-order a collection of over TWENTY brilliant stories from Dragonblade authors for just 99 cents, the sooner you do so, the better! Grab your copy of O NIGHT DIVINE and give yourself something to look forward to.
A MASTERPIECE OF HOLIDAY STORYTELLING…
Enjoy this stunning holiday collection from some of your favorite Dragonblade Publishing authors in this collection of never-before published seasonal tales!
Imagine, if you will, that it is Christmas Eve.
The candles are guttered, one by one, and a hush falls over the parlor. The children have gone to bed, and a tall, gloriously decorated Christmas tree looms in the shadows of the hearth’s dying embers. A tattered copy of Charles Dickens’ masterwork, “A Christmas Carol” sits, cold and lonely, upon a table nearby.
A small gust of wind, hurling from the seam of an ill-fitting window, blows the cover open. The first chapter appears… “Marley’s Ghost”…
The clock on the wall chimes midnight.
Now, the magic happens.
From the gaily bedecked halls of Regency England to the cold and crisp air of the Scottish Highlands, and everything in between, enjoy the magic of a holiday collection that has drawn inspiration from Charles Dickens’ most beloved literary works. Where the ghosts of Christmas, the incandescent spirit of a tiny disabled boy, and the joy that is the very heart of the Christmas season come alive.
USA Today and Internationally bestselling authors bring you their version of a Dickens’-inspired holiday in O NIGHT DIVINE.
This collection includes:
Kathryn Le Veque
Anna St. Claire
Elizabeth Ellen Carter
Emily E K Murdoch
I will let you know soon what my contribution will be to this fantastic collection of stories. I’ll give you a hint- it will feature the redemption of one of the villains from my Tudor era Trysts and Treachery series.
I’m reducing the price of Workhouse Waif to 99 cents/pence for a limited time.
So, why is Workhouse Waif so different to my usual books? Well, for a start, it’s set in the Victorian era. I also use a different style of writing in the book- it’s a complete rewrite of a book called “Summer Storm” which was originally submitted to Mills and Boon. They didn’t like mysecondary characters, and suggested there was no point in me doing an R&R (rewrite and resubmit). I decided to show ‘em! And did a complete rewrite. The book is a little like Jane Eyre in scope- it begins with the heroine’s childhood in the workhouse, her struggles there, and her final escape. Of course, there’s a romantic element too, but I don’t want to give too much away.
I have drawn heavily on my knowledge of the Victorian woollen cloth industry in England to add authenticity to the book. I used to work in a museum housed in a former woollen mill, and many of the exhibits were related to that industry. I found the subject fascinating.
Here is a link if you’d like to read the book. http://mybook.to/workhouse
Workhouse Waif can also be read for FREE with a Kindle Unlimited subscription. The story has had excellent reviews, and I hope it will garner a few more. Please let me know if you like it!
The cover is quite special too. Remember the awful bush fires in Australia? A group of writers, editors and cover artists got together and donated their services free to an online auction to raise money for the firefighters. I bid on the services of a cover designer, Matt Picinich, and won, so I now have a gorgeous cover that suits the book perfectly, even down to the green of the heroine’s dress. But you’ll have to read the book to discover the significance of that.
Here’s the link again for the discounted digital version of Workhouse Waif. http://mybook.to/workhouse Enjoy!
Here’s the story-
She was sent to ruin him. Now, he wants his revenge.
Miss Hestia Normanton hasn’t much further to fall. The man with whom she eloped refuses to marry her until she brings down his enemy, Conall Methuen, Earl of Corsbury.
Methuen, tortured by the untimely death of his fiancee, hides away from the world, injured and disfigured. Hestia’s arrival brightens his bitter existence, but interferes with his fundamental need to revenge himself on the man who stole the woman he loved.
Hestia’s lover Frederick, a man with a murky past, links both the living and the dead. Can Hestia stop Frederick and Conall destroying one another? And how can she avoid ruin all over again?
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You can currently get all FIVE of my Wessex Regency romances for the price of ONE.
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heart-pounding adventure A PERILOUS PASSION
quirky road trip with a rogue A POTION FOR PASSION
PLEASE NOTE- This sale only lasts a couple more days!
My favourite word is “book”. If I’m walking in a strange town and I see a sign saying “Books”, I feel right at home. Sometimes my partner has to physically come between me and such signs, or we’d never reach our destination…
Online book sales are less dangerous because the books take up no space. So with a clear conscience I can tell you that ALL my Wessex Regency Romance Series books are on sale RIGHT NOW at just 99 cents each! Pick and choose which ones you want from my Entangled Publishing Page HERE, which also gives you the full range of booksellers, or use the universal Amazon links below for specific books. I’ve put the books in publication order, but to be honest, you can read them in any order. Just click on the links to find out more.
And finally, on sale for the first time since publication…
Guess what my second most favourite word is? You guessed it. SALE!!!
Today I’ll be giving away Victorian romances by myself and Eve Pendle, as well as a $10 Amazon Gift Card. It’s to celebrate the release of LORD OF DECEPTION, available to read for FREE on Kindle Unlimited or to buy for just 99 cents. Grab your copy here- http://mybook.to/deception
This is what one reader says about this unique Elizabethan romance- “Keysian…injects a real sense of place and time into the prose and dialogue, without leaving the modern reader feeling lost. She achieves that perfect balance that can sometimes be hard to master for historical authors, especially as for stories set as far back as this one is.
I enjoyed this one immensely, and I can’t wait to read the others that have been announced as they come out. I recommend this to historical romance lovers who love the Tudors.” Courtney, Goodreads
The takeover is going to be entertaining- I know you’ll love my silly quiz. I just hope I’ve worked the time zones out correctly!
You can join the fun here-https://bit.ly/3elTvT9dbrdrsgp
This lovely review of LORD OF DECEPTION comes from Courtney at Goodreads. It’s so good when a reader really ‘gets’ what the author’s trying to do. Thank you so much, Courtney!
“Tudor romances are an under appreciated subset of historical romance, so I snapped this one up upon reading the blurb. It promised the passion and intrigue I love about the Tudor period, and the fact that it involved Walsingam’s spy ring also piqued my interest.
And it delivers on its premise. Kit is a wonderful hero, and I rooted for him as he tried to figure out what was going on at Selwood Manor, and went from suspecting the innocent Alys to working to protect her from the corruption going on around them.
Poor Alys! While the setup for her arc feels a little cliche, Cinderella-esque at times, I still rooted for her through it all. And I like that their love was really tested as well, a trait I love about the handful of Tudor romances I’ve read.
Keysian also injects a real sense of place and time into the prose and dialogue, without leaving the modern reader feeling lost. She achieves that perfect balance that can sometimes be hard to master for historical authors, especially as for stories set as far back as this one is.
I enjoyed this one immensely, and I can’t wait to read the others that have been announced as they come out. I recommend this to historical romance lovers who love the Tudors.”