Saturday, 8 June 2013

Been watching the Voice

I think the show was excellent last night.  I agreed with all the choices except one so 7 out of 8 is pretty good.  I hope that whoever wins does well in his or her career afterwards.

Personally, I'm in a good place with my books.  I am working - nearly finished - the revisions for my big saga coming out with Ebury books next year.  This is so exciting for me, to be back in mainstream again and I feel both lucky and privileged, despite having worked hard for three years before producing a book that was good enough to be accepted.  One editor wanted to publish two big Medieval stories but her money team didn't go with her.  However, my readers can buy one of the books in digital at amazon - A King's Betrayal/Linda Sole.

My short Regencies have done very well, and Captain Havers & the Abandoned Bride is now at 16 in the top 100.  Mary's Sacrifice was in the top 100 for nearly two months.

Love to all my readers.

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

A Link to the new Rosie Clarke Blog


This is the link to the new Rosie Clarke website, where you will find articles about various subjects, as well as news about the book.    I am very excited about this books, as I believe it is possibly the best I've written and it is going to be so exciting to be in mainstream again.

New Books

I popped in to tell my readers about the series of Regency Novellas I am writing.  I started with Happy Christmas Mr Jones, then Annabel's Christmas surprise. The next to be published was Mary's Sacrifice and now Captain Havers and the Abandoned Bride.  All the books did well, but Mary's Sacrifice was the first to go into the top one hundred.  It went up as far as 19, but Captain Havers has beaten it, coming in at 12 for a while this morning.  It will go up and down, as they all do but it is fun to watch the charts and very exciting.

These are just little fun books sold very cheaply but they are what readers like to take to bed for a pleasant read and my readers seem to enjoy them.  I would like to thank my readers for supporting me, not just now but since I began writing.

As well as these little fun books I have some wonderful news about my new saga.  People who know me will know that I've been working on a big book for a long time, trying to get my sagas back into mainstream.  Well, now I can say that I have been lucky.  Ebury has accepted my latest big saga and I am now working on some revisions.  I am thrilled to have been given this chance and will be announcing more on the Rosie Clarke blog.

More news soon.