Please stop by Liza O’Conner’s Blog and read the interview Liza has with the Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh the book. There is also a give away.
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Melissa Limoges you won a copy of The Seduction of Lady Phoebe on Happily Ever After Thoughts.
Now for News
I donated a critique for the Brenda Novak Diabetes Auction. In case you don’t know about it, this auction is a huge writing community effort to raise money to find a cure for diabetes. I credit the critique I won two years ago for being partially responsible for my being published.
If you’d like to bid on my critique the link is. http://bit.ly/16tKVvs
This is the general link for all sorts of cool stuff, including a basket with Carbbean spices that some of eKensington authors have put together. http://bit.ly/18fl7T8
My next book, The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh releases for pre-order in June. I’ll be doing another mini-blog tour with lots of giveaways. Today I posted the first 1000 words of the book.
And last but not least, my website is finally live. www.ellaquinnauthor.com I invite you to take a look around. You’ll have to post any comments here, as the website is not set up to take comments.
You’ve heard the old adage things come in three? Well yesterday proved it. After I got home from running around all day, I received word that my website was ready for a test drive. Please take a look and tell me if you think anything could be clearer, or if there is something you think I could add. It’s very important to me that the site be easily navigable for my readers. http://www.ellaquinnauthor.com/index-home.html
The next thing that happened is the book trailer for The Seduction of Lady Phoebe was sent to me for review. It’s still lacking the cover, but other than that, please tell me what you think of it. Again, this is a review copy and changes can be made. Would this make you want to buy the book? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWc916HyWYY
And last, but not least, I was featured on the blog, First Kiss Friday!! http://www.laurel-odonnell.com/ Where Lady Phoebe and Lord Marcus share their first kiss, and I’m giving away another copy of The Seduction of Lady Phoebe.
I can’t wait to here what you think of all of this.
Good morning and welcome to Eight Sentence Sunday. Today I continue with The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh, the second book in The Marriage Game. If you came by last Sunday, you’ll know the snippet ended on Anna taking a piece of paper from her desk drawer. We continue from there. I hope you enjoy it.
Also don’t forget to stop by the other wonderful and talented authors participating in Weekend Warriors Eight Sentence Sunday. http://www.wewriwa.com/
“I’ll write Kev and tell him to lay low until I can get there.”
No information exchanged or meetings scheduled until I arrive.
She sealed the message and handed it to Lizzy. “Make sure this goes out to-day, even if you have to take it yourself.”
Anna pinched her upper nose. “I do hope this is not going to make our lives even more complicated.”
Today I’m taking part in Eight Sentence Sunday. My excerpt is from the Seduction of Lady Phoebe which goes on pre-order in April and releases in September.
Please let me know what you think.
Through the fellow’s alcoholic haze, he tried to focus on his tormentor. Marcus received a grim satisfaction at the fear in the blood’s eyes. Marcus slowly lowered the younger man until his feet touched the floor, then Marcus guided the buck down the hall to the stairs and out the front door, handing him over to one of the ostlers still on duty.
Marcus scowled. “Take this fool, and do not allow him back in the inn.”
The ostler eyed Marcus cautiously. “But, my lord, he’s stayin’ here.”
He fixed the ostler with a cold, hard glare. “I don’t give a damn where he is staying.