My editor just sent me this jpg of the cover of our totally fun holiday anthology! USA Today BestSeller Jennifer Ashley and Alissa Johnson join me for a fabulous Christmas ball. All our characters are attending Lord and Lady Hartwell's annual fete. Everyone who is anyone will be there--and YOU are invited too! If you'd like a sneak peek, I just posted the first chapter of my novella My Lady Below Stairs
I love it! And wonder how it'll play out... And hope
Jane gets a bit more than a menial job grom her biological dad... Something to look forward to when the summer ends (and I usually never want the summer to end!).
Great cover! Congrats on the upcoming anthology! I haven't read Alissa yet, but you and Jenn are just terrific!
(Sorry, it was me--self-editor working. Too many spelling errors for me to leave up!)
Nynke, When my editor first suggested I join this anthology, she told me about the common thread--the grand Christmas Ball. I know most folk expect ladies of quality at such a venue, but you know me--never could write an expected heroine. Plain Jane Tate was much more interesting to write!
And every party worth the name needs at least one party crasher!
Colleen--Back at you, girl. You had me on the edge of my seat with TRIPLE EXPOSURE and now I can't wait for your June release BENEATH BONE LAKE!
WOW! What a beautiful cover, Emily!
It promises to be a fun read, that's for sure!
Thanks, Genella. I haven't read my cohorts' stories, but rest assured I'll have them over to talk about it before we hit the shelves!
I started collecting Christmas stories in 2007. I'll have to be sure to add this book to my collection!
I met a gal who was a serious romance book collector once. If she liked an author, she made it her mission in life to own every single title that author had ever penned. She had such a big collection, it spilled out into her garage and she finally had to rent a storage unit to house it all. But she insisted it be "climate controlled" so the books would remain in pristine condition.
Evidently "having" was more important that "reading." My books are all dog-eared and broken-backed. (Which is why my DH has to buy me replacements for my favs from time to time.)
That's funny, Emily! I read quite a few of my Christmas books this past winter. I have a few I plan to read this summer when it's 100 degrees!
That's great, LuAnn!
I'm all in favor of whatever sells books, but I really want them to be read!
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