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Here in Devon, at least, we're beginning to ease out of winter, with longer days and milder temperatures. It's even time to start some seeds for planting out in the garden in a month or two. I know that might be a bit galling for those of you with feet high mounds of snow and/or truly frigid temperatures. I've generally gone away to Spain for January, but this year we took just one week in the sun, in the Canary Islands. I blogged about that here. If you are in the deep freeze, perhaps the sunny pictures will perk you up. http://wordwenches.typepad.com/word_wenches/2015/01/canary.html
My main reason for this newsletter is that I have a new e-book out. It's called Regency Valentines, and it contains two novellas.
Both novellas have been previously published.
There are buy links here. It seems the Nook version is not yet live, but the Kobo version will work for Nook.
It's not long now until Too Dangerous for a Lady will be on the shelves. (April 1st.) You can pre-order your copy now if you wish, and it does help an author if you do. If you missed it, there's an excerpt here. http://www.jobev.com/tdflexc.html TDFAL is about Lady Hermione Merryhew, sister to Roger Merryhew, one of the Rogues who died before the series began in 1814.
I've been involved in an interesting project -- the Historical Romance Network. A bunch of authors set this up because readers were complaining that there was nothing but Regencies and dukes available. There certainly are plenty of those, but there is variety if readers know to look for it. So, http://historicalromancenetwork.com/
For example, there's a video of medieval romances here.
We'll shortly have one to show off historical romantic suspense, which includes TDFAL. You can get a sneak peek here.
Click under videos.
If you're on Facebook, you can follow the Historical Romance Network for interesting posts and news.
Of course if you haven't already, you could follow my author page there.
Lastly a bit of advance notice that the Romance Writers of America conference is in New York this year, and I'll be there. There'll be the usual massive booksigning in aid of literacy on the Wednesday. If you attend, be sure to find me. It's alphabetical.
All best wishes,