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September 7, 2016
RT Book Reviews just gave A Gentleman Never Tells 4 1/2 stars and a Top Pick! Here’s our favorite part of the review: “It’s smart and sexy while being short and snappy. James is a storyteller extraordinaire who lets us believe in second chances and happily-ever-afters.” And you can still get your own copy for only $0.99! (The price will go to $1.99, the price of the rest of Eloisa’s novellas, soon.)
Of course, Eloisa’s heroines are always witty as well as bling-y — and we were happy to see that The Booklist Reader included My American Duchess in their Witty Heroines, Steamy Romance Novels article along with lots of other great romances.
August 19, 2016
Are you a long-time reader of Eloisa? Want to know how much help her readers have given her over the years—figuring out plots and characters? Eloisa talked to Bustle all about her readers and how they’ve helped shape characters, especially Josie, from Pleasure for Pleasure, whose story was radically changed by what readers told her about their own lives. You can read the article here—and after this, don’t forget to let Eloisa know about your own thoughts, especially early in a new series!
August 4, 2016
Bustle just revealed the gorgeous cover for Seven Minutes in Heaven! I was able to have a lot of input for this cover — I even chose the cover model! It’s very dear to me and I love it. Stop by Facebook and let me know what you think.
July 12, 2016
Eloisa sends a huge thank you to everyone who has read her new novella, A Gentleman Never Tells! We’re thrilled to share the news that A Gentleman Never Tells has debuted at #5 on the New York Times bestseller list. If you’ve read the story and could take a moment to leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads, it would be wonderful!
July 8, 2016
Everything the aspiring historical romance writer needs is in Eloisa’s Essex Sisters Companion Guide for only $1.99: Eloisa chronicles the publishing process from conception to publication including editing, copyediting, marketing, and covers. The historical essays about clothing, newspapers, and the Regency world at large are invaluable tools for writing your own historical! You’ll have an honest glimpse into the complete publishing process—including the 150 page ending that her editor at the time deemed too dark for publication.