The Awards Season Begins.

Last night was the Golden Globe awards. I’m not even sure who votes on them because I didn’t watch them. I never do. The idea of watching a lot of highly privileged people bathing in the glow of self-congratulation is not what I want to do on a Sunday evening.

Anyway, I am a hypocrite since I’m going to show you the award we the authors of A Very Austen Valentine got the other day.

Ta Da:

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More Agreeably Engaged Favorite of 2018

This award comes from Janet T’s blog, More Agreeably Engaged. Trundle on over and take a look around. You’ll be glad you did.

P. S. I still don’t know what the Golden Globes are. <shrug>

A Sale and a Sneak Peek

Couldn’t have said it better:

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Isn’t this image gorgeous? I simply must share a sneak peek of our cover couple with you!

I am excited to announce a new Austen Anthologies book. Response has been overwhelmingly positive, so Robin, Wendi, Barbara, and I decided to do it again.

A Very Austen Valentine is now available for preorder.

And — gasp! — it already has a #1 New Release tag.

On the 29th you will find us featured at Janet Taylor’s More Agreeably Engaged blog. Our tour launches on the 6th.

Do you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited? When the eBook goes live on the 29th, you can grab it right away. How’s that for great?

I’ll just mention that we have two guest authors joining us for this one. So it’s even longer!

Special 99-cent Sale

To celebrate our new release, our Christmas anthology has a special year-end price.

If you’d like to have A…

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Am I Completely Insane?

Not completely, but enough to call my judgement into question when it comes to NaNoWriMo.

NaNoCrestFor the uninitiated, NaNo, (Na) for short, stands for the National Novel Writing Month. It takes place in November and as the name says the object is to write a 50,000-word novel in 30 days. That works out to 1,666 words a day. EVERY DAY. Except for the day you have to write 1,667.

Why November? I don’t know. However, I know my account with the website says that I have been signed up for 14 years. So, that means for 14 years I have not written 50k words in one month. I have not written 14 novels, and that I have listened to the deadline of NaNo whistle over my head into oblivion.

So, am I an idiot to think I should try to win it in the year 15?

Is this truly the definition of insanity?