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her signature superbly nuanced characters, subtle sense of wit, and
richly emotional writing, Gracie puts her distinctive stamp on a classic
Regency plot." The
quite a bit of news at the moment:
For Australian and NZ readers, Penguin Australia has made
my book The Autumn Bride is currently FREE on Amazon
Australia and i-books Australia.
Also for Australians and NZers, Harlequin Australia has
reissued my early books -- Gallant
Waif and Tallie's Knight
are in a 2-in-1 edition, released in August, and in September
An Honourable Thief and
The Virtuous Widow, also
in a 2-in-1 edition. All four books are also (finally) available
to Australians as e-books. The e-versions of these have already
been available for some time in the USA and UK, and now Aussies
and NZers can buy both e and paperback versions.
have a story in THE LAST CHANCE CHRISTMAS BALL -- a
Christmas anthology by The Word Wenches --the group of historical
romance authors I regularly blog with--Mary Jo Putney, Jo
Beverley, Patricia Rice, Joanna Bourne, Nicola Cornick, Cara
Elliott and Susan King. You can read an excerpt of my
story, Mistletoe Kisses here.
If you're in Melbourne, I'm running a workshop on 27th Sept
on Creating Dynamic Characters. More
In AugustHarlequin Australia reissued my first two books --
Gallant Waif and Tallie's Knight in a two-in-one
collection they're calling Courage & Circumstance.
When these two books were released in the USA All About Romance
gave them both Desert Island Keeper reviews, and said "Sometimes
it can be hard to pinpoint which books are really getting a
lot of buzz on the Internet. But when six AAR reviewers and
editors (and publisher) independently buy two books by the same
author over one weekend and four more rush out to get them in
the next few days, well, that's buzz like I've never seen before.
Anne Gracie is an author worth getting excited about, and Tallie's
Knight is the best Regency Romance I've read in years. (The
other book we all rushed out and bought? Anne Gracie's other
U.S. release - Gallant Waif - which received DIK status earlier
this week.) "
You can still read these reviews: here's the review for Gallant
Waif and here is the one for Tallie's
September, Harlequin Australia released my other two historicals
--An Honorable Thief and the Christmas novella, A
so pleased, because people have been writing to me for ages,
asking when/how they can get hold of my old Harlequins. Ironic
that they've been easily available as e-books in the US and
Uk, but in the country I live in, we can't get them. But I've
been informed they're available on kindle etc, to Australians,
too, which is great.
the Devil Riders Series) I'm still getting requests for
Marcus's story. I did want to write it, but Marcus was never in
the original contract and when it came time for a new contract,
my publisher asked me to put Marcus aside and start on the new series.
Which I did (because that's what they pay me for.) I still want
to write Marcus's story and will when I have time. If you want to
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that, so you won't get bombarded.