Books, Happenings, Randomness, Reader Questions, Updates

In case you missed it…

A few of my updates and a few reader questions/concerns:

1. Live Chat is a go!

WHEN: March 5, 2013 @ 8-9pm EST (This is a come and go, so come late, leave early, it’s up to you!)

WHERE: On my website. Follow this link.

TOPIC: Open! Bring any questions you might have–I’ll answer what I can!

A huge thanks to those who helped me text this yesterday, it worked great. There was one minor issue, but we got it worked out. So…now I’ll just have to wait and see how it goes on Monday night and pray I don’t hear the crickets chirp while I’m in there alone. Also, if this is a success, I’ll make this a regular thing (once a month?), which means I’ll probably need to come up with some sort of graphic for it!

2. There are 10 copies of His Yankee Bride up to win.

One of the ladies over at Romancing the Book has agreed to take ten printer-tainted copies of my book to give away. If you’d like to find out how to enter to win, please visit their site. I think one way is to leave a comment, which is easy. And since there are very few who’ve entered yet anyway, your chances are great!

Here’s the link:

http://romancing-the-book.com/2013/02/contest-rose-gordon.html

3. Still accepting requests to send books to libraries.

I can also send books and swag to blogs as giveaways or book clubs. Just let me know.

4. Are your ebooks lendable?

Absolutely. All of my books are lending enabled in the bookstores that allow for lending such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. They are of course subject to the “rules” that those bookstores put on books such as how many “loans” can be made of the same book and the duration. But ALL of my books are lending enabled so feel free to share them with a friend.

5. Where else will you be signing books this year, I can’t make it to Kansas City.

This is hard because I don’t know. I will try to update here when new dates come up, but frankly, book signings are hard. They’re hard to schedule and they’re hard to convince people to host. I mainly rely on them at conferences that I attend as they already have everything set up for it all I have to do is sign my name to the list and order books. Right now, I know I am going to RT in May (Kansas City), and there are a few other conferences that I’m considering, but I haven’t registered yet.

Happenings

To Win His Wayward Wife is Now Available!

The long-awaited third and final Scandalous Sisters Book, To Win His Wayward Wife, is now available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

If you are not a Kindle or Nook reader, other formats are available here

(Now, I must run off into hiding before someone kills me for the content in the book!)

Happenings

Happenings for the Week!

It’s Monday! Oh, wait, that was way too much excitement for a Monday morning, right? Let’s try it again, it’s Monday. Much better without that exclamation point adding false bravado to my words and making me seem excited about Monday. Although, in a way, I am excited about Monday. It starts a whole new week, one that is shaping up to be very exciting, if I do say so myself. Here’s what’s coming up this week:

  • Friday, To Win His Wayward Wife comes out. This to me is very exciting, and yet, nerve wracking at the same time.
  • On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, I’ll either do more character interviews or excerpts from the book.
  • It looks like the revised cover is the preferred choice (which, I highly doubted anyone would say they preferred the original, even I’m not that cracked). If you were one of the few who thought something was still amiss but didn’t say what, there is still time to send me an e-mail or leave a comment if you have an idea for what’s wrong with it.
  • Last week I did an author interview you can read all about it here. (Just scroll down a little bit.)
  • Finally, I’ve had a few e-mails about the contest/giveaway I’m running. Most common question: Is my newsfeed going to be constantly full of your posts? No. I make posts once every two weeks or so. I don’t like to be spammed, so why should you be? The second most common (and actually rather baffling) question: Do I really have a shot at winning? Well, yes! I am giving away five copies and just now there are only ten people signed up! I’d say your chances are rather good, indeed. For more information on how to sign up, you can visit my contest page here.

I think that about covers it for today. I’ll be back tomorrow with what I’m sure will be a more exciting post. Have a good day!