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Thursday, August 19, 2010

A Noble Captive on sale today and a sale

Michelle Willingham let me know that A Noble Captive is on sale at eharlequin today. You will need to enter  the code YARD08N and they can get the book for $1.99.
You can read an excerpt of the book here.

In other news: my editor emailed me last night to say that my latest revisions did the trick and they were thrilled to accept the manuscript for publication. Hooray. As anyone who has been reading this blog for the past year, this book has caused me all sorts of difficulties but I bleived in the characters and really wanted to tell this story. I think it has paid off. It is set in 1848 Corbridge in Northumberland. More on publication dates etc as I know them!

My daughter had solid AS results which means she can apply for the couses she wants at the universities she wants to apply to. So cause for celebration there.

7 comments:

Carol Townend said...

Congratulations on your book release, you new sale AND on your daughter's academic success! Wow, quite a day in your household...

Sue Child said...

Congratulations on the book Michelle! And on your daughter's exam results! Sighs of relief all round :)

Kate Hardy said...

Excellent news all round! Congrats to you and to your daughter. Celebrations are in order now, methinks :o)

joanne pibworth said...

Def two great reasons to drink something bubbly - Congratulations!

Danielle C. said...

The cover is so nice that I am tempted to buy this edition even though I have the Harlequin Mills & Boon edition from 2007(?)!

I haven't commented here before, but I will take the opportunity now to say that The Gladiator's Honour is my favourite Ancient World historical romance. Also, congratulations on the acceptance of your latest manuscript :-)

Michelle Styles said...

Thanks for the congrats. I am v proud of both things.

Danielle C -- Thank you for saying such a nice thing about Gladiator's Honour. Unfortunately they didn;t send me any cover flats for ANC so I'd have sent you one.

Danielle C. said...

Re: cover flats

Thank you for the sweet thought; I appreciate it :-)