29 December 2012
Vidal's Honor is a full-length Regency adventure/suspense romance at only
$0.99c from Amazon
and £0.49p from Amazon UK
$0.99c at for Nook
£0.72p at Kobo
BLurb: When plunged into a world of spies, agents and espionage during the Peninsula wars, Honor, Lady Beaumont, flees for her life when the French capture her husband at Salamanca, and relies on his batman to arrange her safe passage back to England.
Viscount Charles Vidal is ordered by Robert Dumas, the First Lord of the Admiralty, to travel to Spain and escort the only woman he’s ever loved, Lord Devlin Beaumont’s widow back home before the French discover her whereabouts.
Their journey is fraught by danger, least of all knowing whether they are surrounded by friends or foe. Will they survive long enough to explore the possibility of a future together or will whispers of treason be enough to see Honor dispatched to Tyburn first?
Books One and two of The Gasquet Princes-->
Liam Gasquet, youngest brother of four princes finds himself faces with unexpected consquences after his bid for freedom from the constant demands has on his royal lifestyle
And is available for
£1.45 at Kobo. $1.99c at Nook
$1.99c at Amazon and £1.30p at Amazon UK
His Chosen Bride - Book 2
Henri gasquet, heir to his father's throne, isn't looking for a bride, indeed, has left the task to his parents, so when he meets Monica he's not ready for any kind of commitment, which is available
$1.99 Amazon £1.30 Amazon UK
$1.99 Nook £1.45 Kobo
25 December 2012
19 December 2012
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Winner will be drawn on Sunday the 23rd.
17 December 2012
I've loved being part of such an awesome group of authors, and been amazed by the number of published stories - some full-length novels, others novellas that started their life here in the Tuesday's Tales arena.
Home is where you hang your hat. A native Missourian, my family relocated twice during my teenage years, taking me from a high school freshman class of over 1,200 students to living in a small town in Kentucky with a total population of less than 1,000.
Cynthia Gail’s Winter’s Magic is a captivating read, full of passion, characters you can connect with and vivid descriptions, and her way with words is evident as she enchants you with her ability to weave romantic magic. It was easy to identify with Beth Sergeant and fell absolutely in love with Nick Chester, the first time they met.
Her writing style is gentle and yet full of impact. If there are a few places where the phraseology had me re-reading, it didn’t pull me out of the story enough to be irritating.
Her heroine, Beth, and her hero, Nick, both drew me n from the beginning. Both had the capacity to take life easy, but both embraced life to the full, but when it came to personal emotions… then they were both challenged to face and overcome their trust and identity issues.
FROM DECEMBER 14th - 17th
Here iin the UK lot's of families/parents look to buy their child a pet for Christmas.
Isn't that lovely?
Well, sorry no it's not.
For every pet bought as a Christmas present, here in the UK, a huge percentage of older (no longer wanted pets) are left at animal shelters. Afraid, bewildered and firghtened. Why am I talking about such a morbid topic at a time of merriment and cheer?
Because, it doesn't hurt to think of those less blessed than ourselves at this time. To take a moment out of time to remember how fortunate we are, regardless of our setbacks and stresses.
In my latest story, Vidal's Honor, my heroine, Honor, Lady Beaumont faces treachery, betrayal, the murder of her husband, the prospect of being accused of treason and yet she keeps moving forwards, keeps hoping in the future, in the goodness of truth.
Tagline:Which will Honor lose first? Her head or her heart?
One member in particular interested Vidal tonight, and he watched Robert Dundas, second Viscount Melville, and First Lord of the Admiralty, take leave of his friends and head in his direction.
Together they strolled across the room stopping to take leave of several mutual friends.
15 December 2012
There are lots of prizes/giveaways up for grabs :-) All you have to do - is to leave a comment sharing your favourite thing(s), remember to include your email contact address, to be in with a chance of winning! Simple!
So, what are five of my favourite things?
1) Watching the sun rise, and set, watching the stars at night, been delighted with the display of meteor showers going on these last few days :-)
2) The treasures of friendship.
3) Family, immediate and extended.
4) My pets, past and present. Some may be gone but their memory continues.
5) Writing, and reading. Yes, both transport me to places I've longed to visit, and both introduce me to some fabulous characters :-)
I've shared my heroine's life and adventures for several years before I submitted and Sweet Cravings Publishings accepted No Job For a Woman, and over that time I watched her live evolve, change, shift and coalesce until it came true in Deborah's story.
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10 December 2012
Take it away Francene,
At the age of forty five, I arrived alone in England, prepared to work as a nanny as a way to support myself after a disastrous failed marriage. Within a week, I landed a job with an advertising executive (similar to my husband's job) and a film representative.
During my time off, I visited Cornwall, the place of my forbears. The area stirred my imagination as did England, the green and pleasant land, so different to the blasting heat and withered plains of Australia.
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