get your Nook on!

charityFinally!!  A darling fan/friend was kind enough to email (thank you, Victoria!) and let me know that she was able to order Charity as a Nook download.  So if you’re a Nook person, head on over to Barnes and Noble and get loaded!  Downloaded, that is.

I can only imagine this means the other bookstores and Amazon won’t be far behind (cross your fingers and pray, please!) and that the Dorchester website will be up and running.

I’m also noticing that there’s a paperback publication date out there for August 2011 if you aren’t hopping on the eBook train and would rather hold the real thing in your hot little hands.  It’ll be a print on demand trade paperback, and I’m looking forward to getting a copy of that, myself.

For everyone who has emailed, commented, Faced, Tweeted, or Tumbled me … thank you for your patience.  We’ll get there!  In the meantime … back to work on Mercy.

(I had no idea she was so accident-prone.)

I’m also working on a few new projects that won’t be completely new to all of you … think angels and demons and vampires … oh, my!  One is a series of vignettes based on the Seven Deadly Sins, and another is a fanciful little piece of legality based on the Ten Commandments.  The vampire stuff isn’t prominent … I promise I’m not going all Stephenie Meyer on you.  And for you dyed in the wool romance fans, (yay for romance!) I’m still working daily on the Tournament series I promised, which will be another four book series about the ancestors of the men you’ve met in the Ackerly sisters’ books.

So there you go … and update, some good news, and a little sneak peekage.

Be beautiful, my friends.

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4 thoughts on “get your Nook on!

  1. Kindle’s got Charity!

    I received my new Kindle on Wednesday, looked for Charity, and wept a little when Amazon called it unavailable. (They did show a link for something like “Request this book be available on Kindle,” so I clicked it.) Well, I checked again today while looking for other titles, and sure enough, Charity has arrived, only fashionably late, to the Kindle ball.

    It’s going to be tough to get any housework done today….

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    • Kris!!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I’m so so so stoked and excited and … and … stuff. Now let’s cross our cute little fingers and hope this business model works for Dorchester so we can coax Mercy and her duke out of hiding …

      deneane elise

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  2. I just finished reading “Charity” on my kindle. I read it in two days and it only took that long because I had to answer the phones at work. Wonderful story!!!! Just as good as “Grace” and “Faith”. Can’t wait for “Mercy”.
    I think Sebastian has definitely met his match! I know “Patience” took over as “mother” when hers died but is she going to find her “true love” once all her sisters are married?

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    • Carol! Thank you so much. I’m so so happy you enjoyed it … sorry about those darn phones! As for Patience, she finally gets to have a life in “Mercy,” … well deserved, too. I got so much mail asking about her that I just knew I couldn’t let her go without a little romance for her entire life. ~smile~ I hope this finds you well, and thank you again.

      deneane elise

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