Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Going Digital in February 2010

THE BRIDE FAIR, one of my backlist historical novels and winner of the Romance Writers of America RITA Award for short historical fiction the year it was published, will be available in a 3-in-1 Kindle format e-book in February 2010.

It was selected by Wendy, the Super Librarian, to be "bundled" with PRAIRIE WIFE by Cheryl St. John and MARRIED BY MIDNIGHT by Judith Stacy.

is now available for pre-ordering at the Kindle Store on
(Click on the link above.)

(I am SO hoping all of you have Kindles.)


Liz Flaherty said...

I don't have a Kindle, and I really only want to read books that are real paper--I'm old--but you're sure in good company with Cheryl, and I think The Bride Fair is just about your best. I hope this flies very, very high.

Liz Flaherty said...

I'm starting to feel like a groupie--I'm not, really, although in 1964 I would have followed George Harrison anywhere.

Wendy said...

The good news is that the bundle will also be available at other ebook retailers - not just Amazon. So if readers don't have a Kindle, but do read digitally, they should be able to buy it elsewhere. Obviously eHarlequin will be selling it - and I imagine so will the Sony Store and Fictionwise. We'll know for sure in February though :)

Cheryl said...

Thanks, Liz. You made me LOL. I totally understand the George Harrison thing -- my big groupie obsession was Roy Rogers. I think I was three or four -- and I'm still not over him. Friends and family find this very amusing -- which is why I've been gifted with a Roy Rogers throw and pillow, a Roy Rogers Christmas merchandise poster, a flashlight, two pocket knives, and a DVD of every movie he ever made. Oh, and a Roy Rogers alarm clock. If I ever find out he was "human," I'm done for.

Wendy, thanks for the info -- and bless your sweet heart for choosing THE BRIDE FAIR for the "bundle." If you're ever in NC and need your car washed, I'm your woman.