The day has finally arrived! All’s Fair in Lust & War is arriving on Kindles and reading devices around the world…and landing on store shelves in countries I’ve never seen!
It’s an exciting moment…one I would appreciate a lot more if I hadn’t been up all night with a sick kid.
What can I say? It’s a glamorous life I lead.
I hope you’ll go buy it! And that you’ll love it! And that maybe you might even review it?
As for me…I’m going to take a nap. And then I’m going to go back to revisions for book 2. And then? And then I might have a glass of champagne.
Thanks to all who have supported me so far!
Buy All’s Fair in Lust & War now!
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For the last few months, I’ve known I was actually about to become a published author—at least, mentally I did. I had the contract, after all. And the advance check. But it still didn’t seem completely real.
I mean, come on. Who gets a book deal with their very first completed manuscript? It’s one of those things that just doesn’t happen.
Except it does. And now I have the proof.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the cover(s)of All’s Fair in Lust & War!
We were on hour four of a deadly boring road trip to Michigan last weekend when my husband blurted, “what are you going to do when people criticize you for writing romance novels?”
At least that’s what I think he said. I only caught the last half because he started talking about five seconds after I had finally given into a boredom-induced coma.
Blinking the sleep out of my eyes, I replied, “Do?”
“Yeah. You know, you’re bound to get people making fun of you and stuff.”***
“Well, because some people look down on romance novels. They think anyone can write one.”