Monday, September 14, 2009


This is it! The first stop in a 12 day blog tour celebrating the Sept 29th release of A CHRISTMAS BALL! Each day, USA TODAY Best seller Jennifer Ashley, Alissa Johnson and I will be be giving away goodies to people who leave a comment and sharing the inside scoop on our three very different stories set at the same glittering ball.

Hope you're up for a cyber-jaunt! Start by clicking over to today. We're talking about heroes and if you follow my blog, you've already heard a little about Ian Michael MacGregor, the head groom who loves the heroine in My Lady Below Stairs. But you haven't met Jennifer and Alissa's heroes, and I promise you won't be disappointed!

So let's roll. And be sure to check back here each day for the new location of the tour, so you won't miss a moment!


PS. If you usually buy your books at an independent bookseller, would you mind doing me a favor? Would you please ask if they intend to stock A CHRISTMAS BALL (ISBN: 978-0-8439-6250-5)? Also, if you use your local library for your reading, please visit my "Free Books" page for all the info you'll need to request that they stock my books! Thanks!

"Libraries will get you through times of no money better than money will get you through times of no libraries." ~ Henry David Thoreau


Penny Watson said...

Emily....who is that gorgeous guy in the photo? Is that your inspiration for Ian? Yummy!

EmilyBryan said...

Yep! He's my "man-of-all-work!" I actually found the pic after I'd written Ian Michael, but he looks so much like the one in my head, I had to share!

Joanne said...

He looks like the one in my dreams!!!!LOL

c21joanne said...

He's the man in my dreams! LOL

EmilyBryan said...

Ok, Joanne and c21Joanne, you can dream about Ian, but just remember, I saw him first!!! LOL!

Patricia Barraclough said...

Nice to know who the other heroes are in this anthology. It is interesting that they are all so very different. Will make for a good anthology. I look forward to reading it. Following your blog tour will be fun.

EmilyBryan said...

I think the wide diversity in our heroes is a tribute to our editor, Leah Hultenschmidt, who assembled the team of authors and turned us all loose!