Just thought I’d mention that fellow Chicago author Beth Kery is running a contest on her blog today. She’s talking about dialogue and Pride and Prejudice, and one random commenter will win a copy of either of my books, Just the Sexiest Man Alive or Practice Makes Perfect, of his or her choosing. So if you want to enter to win, pop on by her blog and check it out.
Beth is running this contest as part of her month-long promotion for her upcoming release, Sweet Restraint. Now how’s this for an eye-catching cover?
I just popped over to Beth’s website and checked out an excerpt she has of Sweet Restraint and boy–looks like we’re going to have another hot one! All month long Beth is doing daily book giveaways leading up to her new book release. So if you can, check it out– because we all love free books, right?
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Looks like some people rate your dialogue up there with Jane, Julie! 🙂
Oh, you’re reading Interpreter of Maldies? We read The Namesake for book club. Very moving.
I’ve heard good things about The Namesake, too. Not that far into Interpreter of Maladies yet, but I’m really enjoying it so far.
So sorry I missed the contest! I was away a couple of days not up to par. The heat not helping!
Julie, I’ve heard so much wonderful about your books! I’m excited about them! I got them on my wishlist.
I re-read P&P, first time since HS (long ago!) the beginnning of May! It was so much different to read this time because I could read for more enjoyment than I did in HS (because in HS I wasn’t as familiar as I am now with all the historicals I read and know the terms and all). So it was just so great to escape in this time! Now I want to read more Georgette Heyer too! I read from sweet to sizzling in all genres. Its nice to read a sweet read now and then!
Hi Caffey! I didn’t read P&P in high school, I read it for the first time about seven years ago (and now several times since 😉 ). I agree, I don’t think I would’ve appreciated it as much in HS.
I haven’t read anything by Georgette Heyer! I’ll have to check her out.