This has been a busy week, and it’s about to get busier!! But first, let’s start with the winner of one of Miranda Neville’s books. Congratulations to Glenda!
Lady Beresford’s Lover, book #7 in The Marriage Game, releases on Tuesday!! Needless to say, I am very excited!!! The early reviews have been fabulous! Here are some examples.
Bodice Rippers: “What Ms Quinn does so very well is tangle the knots. Taking a simple, direct situation and turning it Gordian. What a gift! Her books stay with a reader and every time I pick up a new one I fall in love all over again. Lady Beresford’s Lover is a perfect example.”
Book Talk with Eileen: I mentioned this was a multi-layered story which makes me feel I’m watching different rings at a circus. It is really a hilarious, whirlwind read. Somehow all the threads of the story are all tied up in a most satisfactory end. There were quite a few happy ever afters in this one.
The Reading Wench: Ella Quinn knows how to write a story that will keep you reading long into the night. Her characters are fascinating, funny, sweet and the love story is beautifully written with sensual scenes that are riveting. I loved this book and enjoy Ella’s writing very much.
Right now, Amazon has Lady Beresford’s Lover on a preorder sale! Amazon
I’m in NYC for the Romance Writers of America conference. If you’re in the area, please come to the literacy signing at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. If you stop by my website tomorrow, my book tour will be posted.
On to boat news. As you have probably figured out, we’ve been sailing a lot over the past week. Last Monday we did a short walking tour of Havre de Grace, MD. It’s a cute little town with a mixture of Victorian and Federalist houses. There is also a statute of the Marquis de Lafayette.
On Tuesday we departed Havre de Grace and sailed across the Chesapeake, anchoring not far from the C&D Canal so we could catch the tide the next morning. There are a lot of bald eagles in the area. Unfortunately, they seem to be camera shy.
After that we sailed down the Delaware River and anchored at Cape May for a few days waiting for a weather window. Hubby and I took a dingy tour of one of the canals.
We are now in Brooklyn, anchored not farm from Ft. Hamilton.
Tomorrow we go into our slip at the 79st Boat Basin Marina. If you’re around, stop by and say hello!
Next Sunday, I’ll be at the Book Obsessed Chicks’ BBQ at Lido Beach!
Where have you been doing, and where are you?