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For the Booklovers on Your Shopping List

November 15, 2017

How about putting a signed book (paperback or hardcover) from Eloisa on your holiday gift list? Eloisa is going into Book Culture tomorrow (Thursday, November 16) to sign books and if you call today (212-595-1962), you can order whatever book you’d like! Maybe an aunt would like Paris in Love, Eloisa’s memoir of her year in France? Or you would like Wilde in Love for yourself?

Eloisa is thrilled with sales of Wilde in Love. Not only did it appear at #7 on The New York Times bestseller list, but it was higher in some parts of the country—#3 in Washington, DC, for example!

Thank you from Eloisa James!

November 9, 2017

Wilde in Love is a bestseller! In fact, it’s the only romance in the top 10 on The New York Times bestseller list! I’m so grateful to my readers. Pre-orders and purchases in the first week made this possible!

If you registered your pre-order or purchase, Wilde Denial was sent out on Tuesday, and I’m already hearing about that sexy snow scene! If the link didn’t show up in your inbox, please check your spam folder and then write

I’d also like to send a huge thank you to everyone who took a moment to write a review of Wilde in Love on Amazon, Goodreads, their blog or anywhere. At the moment, Amazon is showing 108 reviews and 4 1/2 stars. It makes me smile every time I look at it. I am so grateful!

Huge hugs from Eloisa

Wilde in Love is Here!

October 31, 2017

Team Eloisa is bursting with excitement. We truly hope you love Wilde in Love as much as we do. This book has it all. Alaric is sexy. Willa is smart and witty. Sweetpea is precious, and the rest of the cast makes you wish you were invited to a houseparty at Lindow Castle! It’s been exciting to see the media love this book too. It’s been featured in both Cosmopolitan and Entertainment Weekly! As exciting as that is, your reviews matter most to Eloisa. If you could possibly take a moment to share an honest review on Amazon, that would be wonderful!

If you have registered your pre-order or purchase of Wilde in Love, 60 pages of Eloisa’s free companion short story, Wilde Denial, will be sent out the week of November 13. If you haven’t registered yet, you have until November 7. All formats from any retailer count.

Are you feeling lucky? Eloisa is participating in a blog scavenger hunt with great prizes! One of Wilde’s characters are being featured daily on a different blog, with a daily contest. The prizes range from peacock keychains to a skunk purse to the entire Eloisa James Avon library! Here is the full lineup of blogs. October 31—The Novel Knight, November 1—Book Binge, November 2—Booklovers for Life, November 3—Carole’s Random Life in Books and on November 6—RT Book Reviews. Links will also be posted on Eloisa’s Facebook page daily.

And finally, if you’re still on the fence about purchasing Wilde in Love, you can read the first 3 chapters on Eloisa’s website and part of chapter 4 on the USA Today Happy Ever After blog!

Cosmo Loves Wilde in Love! Want an Early Copy?

October 17, 2017

Cosmopolitan Magazine listed Wilde in Love as one of “28 Books You Need to Read in 2017!” All About Romance was “instantly charmed” and gave Wilde in Love a rare Desert Isle Keeper!

Want an EARLY COPY?? Eloisa will be in Boston and New York signing copies before October 31! She will be moderating a panel and signing early copies of Wilde in Love at the Boston Book Festival on October 28. And you are invited to her launch party on October 30 at Book Culture on Columbus! We hope you can make it! Full details for both events are on Eloisa’s Events page.

If you can’t make Boston or New York… no worries! Wilde in Love will be in your hands on October 31. Don’t forget to register your pre-order!

Paris in Love Only $1.99!

September 26, 2017

Eloisa’s bestselling memoir, Paris in Love, is on sale for only $1.99 for a limited time! In 2008, Eloisa and her husband sold their house and cars, and ran away to Paris for a year with their two children. Elizabeth Gilbert (author of Eat, Pray, Love) “absolutely loved” Paris in Love, and described it as “a beautiful and delightful tasting menu of a book.”