Welcome to Teaser Tuesday, where I share snippets from new and past releases and works-in-progress, and occasionally twist the arms of author buddies to do the same.
Life in the Hein house last week wasn’t quite as dramatic as the previous week but it was busy all the same.
On Saturday I headed down Sydney for the Australian Romance Reader Awards that night and an Australian Romantic Rendezvous booksigning on the Sunday.
It was a blast catching up with so many author buddies. I was lucky enough to sit at a big table of authors for the awards dinner and there was much chatter and laughter. Also HUGE cheers for Keri Arthur and Anne Gracie who were on our table and took away awards. Eddie and the Show Queen missed out on a gong, but that’s okay. It was thrilling enough to be nominated.
The Sunday signing was great too. I got to meet readers, give away some Scarlett and the Model Man bookmarks and talk books for an afternoon.
Here’s me at my table. Like my t-shirt? Very appropriate!
Yesterday it was back to the grindstone as I try not to panic over Serenity’s Song’s (working title) fast approaching deadline. I’ll get there, but it’ll probably be a close run thing.
I’ve already shared news about the release of my first boxed set in my newsletter and on social media, so it’s about time I posted about it here.
The First Levenham Love Story Omnibus is now live in all the online bookstores and looking miiiiiighty pretty, if I do say so myself.
This omnibus contains the first three stories in the series – Rocking Horse Hill, Summer and the Groomsman and Santa and the Saddler – which means hours and hours of reading pleasure and delicious happy-ever-afters. But what makes it even better is that by buying the boxed set, you’ll score these books at a serious discount to what it would cost to buy them individually. How’s that for a happy-making bargain!
To celebrate the omnibus’s release, I think it’s only fitting on this Teaser Tuesday that we share a snippet from one of the books.
Can you guess which book this is from?
Granny B hoisted her chin. “I’m an eighty-year-old woman in fine fettle. I can, and will, proposition whomever I like.” She slid a look and wink toward the bridesmaids. “One even scores a yes every now and then.”
The answer is obvious, if you give it a bit of thought.
It’s from Summer and the Groomsman, of course! With Summer getting her first taste of the formidable and very naughty Audrey Wallace aka Granny B.
The First Levenham Love Story Omnibus is available now from your favourite ebook store, including:
For more information on each of the books in the omnibus, including excerpts and how I came the write the stories, please visit their web pages: