Lonely Lords Print Edition Ordering
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May 12, 2013
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May 12, 2013 • Happy Mother's Day to any lady who has ever loved a child, or wanted a child to love. The hand that rocks the cradle may not rule the world, but certainly makes it a more wonderful place.
• Thanks to everybody who said hello at last week's Romantic Times gathering. Can't recall when I had so much fun (or saw snow in May below 9000 feet). The next big conference is Romance Writers of America in Atlanta in July.
• Thanks too, for everybody's patience with the print version of Nicholas. Despite what Amazon's emails might say, I'm still hopeful these books will ship before May 23, but please keep me posted if you should hear differently. Barnes and Noble stores will order the print version for you, too, and we're working on alternatives for the rest of the series--watch this space for updates.
• Some more Barnes and Nobles are sporting signed Grace Burrowes books: Happy Valley and Peoria (Phoenix), AZ; Flagstaff, AZ; Albuquerque, NM; Wichita and Topeka, KS; Yuma, AZ. I also hit Warwick's in La Jolla, CA, the oldest family owned bookstore in the nation (and one of the most fun).
May 4, 2013 • Many thanks to everybody--readers, writing buddies, librarians and book sellers--who made Romantic Times 2013 such a fun conference. New year's gathering will be in New Orleans, and will have to go a long way if it's to match this year's RT for hospitality, smooth coordination, and good times.
• This week sees Nicholas hit the shelves and the e-readers. He's my first trade paperback romance, which means he's a bit pricier, also a larger and glossier book. If you're a print reader, and price makes this new format cost-prohibitive for you, please let me know--I might have a trick or two up my authorial sleeve.
• In my travels to RT, I signed books at Barnes and Nobles in: Frederick, MD; Orlando, FL (four stores), Athens, GA; Chattanooga, TN; Murfreesboro, TN, Florissant, MO; St. Peter, MO; and Columbia, MO. I also hit the Books-a-Millions in Orlando, and Leesburg, FL. I'm betting if you ordered from these stores, you might be able to cadge a signed book!