Saturday, August 31, 2013

Only 2 Months Remain to Enter the PULSE AND PREJUDICE Pop Culture Challenge! Plus a 3rd Clue!

http://www.pulseandprejudice.com/Time is Running Out to Win an iPad4 PLUS a Cash Jackpot!

Strewn about the prose of Pulse and Prejudice - the paranormal adaptation Jane Austen's classic, which retells the story from Mr. Darcy's point of view as a vampire - you will find references to film, music, and literature I have enjoyed over the years, all of which are listed on the Acknowledgements page.

Ever since Pulse and Prejudice was published last year, readers have excitedly told me the ones they have found and prodded relentlessly to reveal all of the pop culture allusions hidden throughout my novel like Easter eggs.

I am prepared to do so; however, in honour of the 200th Anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, I thought it might be fun to give you, dear readers, the opportunity to find them first.

Hence, at the beginning of the year, in conjunction with Secret Cravings Publishing, we launched:


The rules of the contest are simple: Find the most pop culture allusions within the text of Pulse and Prejudice, and you will win a Fourth Generation iPad with Retina Display! PLUS, if you find 25 of them, you will win a CASH BONUS from an ever-growing Jackpot! There are even prizes for runners-up!

There is no purchase necessary to enter or win, so feel free to borrow a copy from a friend or the library - although I'm sure you will want your own ;) . Just don't use a pirated copy, or you will be disqualified. 

But time is running out!  Submit your contest entry to: pulseandprejudicecontest@outlook.com by October 31st, 2013.

I have already given away a couple of hints for the two most difficult references - William Faulkner and the film Sideways - and I will be revealing a NEW CLUE EVERY WEEK from now until the end of the contest, so be sure to Follow this blog or "Like" my Facebook Author Page. In fact, I'm going to give you another hint right now!

There are actually several Beatles references throughout Pulse and Prejudice, but the first one appears in Chapter One while Bingley is showing Darcy around Netherfield, and it comes from the song "I Am the Walrus." Did you find it?

For complete contest rules and more information, please go to PulseandPrejudice.comGood luck - and have fun!

Colette

Only open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia, age 18 and older at the time of entry. Void in Puerto Rico and where otherwise prohibited by law. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING; HOWEVER, ANYONE USING A PIRATED COPY OF PULSE AND PREJUDICE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. For complete contest rules and more information, please refer to the Contest Rules link on PulseandPrejudice.com



Pulse and Prejudice – A tale of love, blood, and desire; the definitive vampire adaptation of the Jane Austen classic.

This compelling paranormal adaptation of Pride and Prejudice tells the story of Mr. Darcy, vampire, as he endeavours to overcome both his love and his bloodlust for Miss Elizabeth Bennet.
When the haughty and wealthy Fitzwilliam Darcy arrives in the rural county of Hertfordshire, he finds he cannot control his attraction to Elizabeth Bennet – a horrifying thought because, as she is too far below his social standing to ignite his heart, he fears she must appeal to the dark impulses he struggles to suppress.

Available Now in Print, eBook, and audiobook!


Thursday, August 29, 2013

Winners of ALICIA'S POSSESSION and PULSE & PREJUDICE in Summer's End Blog Hop!

Announcing the winners in the Summer's End Secret Cravings Publishing Blog Hop!


Congratulations to Eva and Chynarey! They were selected by Random.org as the winners of my gieaways! Amazingly enough, Random.org seemed to know who wanted what (I was really wondering what to do if they both wanted the same prize!), so Eva will receive an Audiobook of Pulse and Prejudice and Chynarey will receive an eBook of Alicia's Possession, personally inscribed to her!

I want to thank everyone who stopped by during the blog hop! If you didn't win, no worries: Pulse and Prejudice is available not only in audiobook but in print and all eBook formats as well, and Alicia's Possession is available in both print and eBook. You can even have your own personally inscribed eBook by ordering from Autography in any format! (Click here for Alicia's Possession and here for Pulse and Prejudice and enter the First Name you would like used on the inscription.)

By the way, did you know that Alicia Pageant, the heroine from Alicia's Possession, has just released a dark anthology on Kindle for 99¢?  WARNING: Alicia Embracing the Dark is not a romance!

Three vignettes written in the aftermath of her husband's infidelity and her disillusionment with romantic relationships. Alicia’s own depression and despair resonates through the characters she has created to express the desolation no one else can see.

Spirits - Former lovers reunite, but their reunion is haunted by the memory of her ex-husband and her wistful reflections on what might have been.

Portrait in Still Life - Catherine's father loved his wife. Her death propels him into a deep well of despair, eclipsing his world in grief. Anything else would mean he loved her less.

Dénouement - The end of a love affair with a lie.

Then Alicia's story continues....

 Alicia's Possession
Haunted by a traumatic accident and her husband’s betrayal, Alicia believes she can never trust again. Now she must surrender her will to Mason if she wants to find out if the bizarre events terrorizing her are the work of the paranormal, her own paranoia, or something far more sinister.


Pulse and Prejudice - The definitive vampire adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic love story.

Set against the vivid backdrop of historical Regency England, this adaptation of Pride and Prejudice follows the cursed Mr. Darcy as he endeavours to overcome both his love and his bloodlust for Miss Elizabeth Bennet. This imaginative, thrilling variation adheres to the original plot and style of the Jane Austen classic but tells Darcy’s story as he descends into the darker side of London and introduces Elizabeth to a world of passion and the paranormal she never knew existed.




Tuesday, August 27, 2013

RWA 2013 Ella Winner Carolyn Wren Joins Me for Coffee

Coffee with ColetteGood morning, dear readers!
It is my honour to introduce the amazing and talented Carolyn Wren all the way from the Land Down Under. She is not only a fellow Sweet Cravings Publishing author, but also a Multi-award winning writer, having just won the 2013 "Ella" from Romance Writers of Australia for The Protectors Book 1, Diplomat’s Daughter - and this after winning the Emerald Award in 2012! How about that for an endorsement? PLUS she is giving away TWO COPIES of her award-winning novella! Just leave a comment below and include your email address so she can notify you when you win!

She has dropped by for coffee to tell us all about her experience at the RWA Conference and what it was like to hear her name called. Maybe someday I'll be so lucky! One thing I know for certain: Carolyn Wren is sure to become one of your favourite writers of the year!
~Colette


How I survived the RWA 2013 conference…and won a beautiful trophy.

 

Two years ago, when I found out the Romance Writers of Australia were holding their annual conference in my home state for the very first time in August 2013, I immediately put my hand up to be part of the committee.

I’d only joined the RWA 2 weeks prior to this, and my publishing career was nonexistent.  I was wide eyed and innocent, with a bunch of manuscripts on my desktop unread by anyone except me.  The following year, I won the 2012 RWA Emerald Category award for best unpublished book at their annual conference in Queensland Australia.  I was over the moon with excitement, and utter shock.  A seven book contract with Secret Cravings Publishing quickly followed.  I turned into one very busy author. 

2013 became a blur of edits, book releases and conference planning.  My conference portfolio consisted of the Saturday Evening Gala Awards Night, a very prestigious affair.  Three weeks before the conference, my 5th book was released.  1 week before the conference, the pre-edits revisions on my 6th book were due.  By the weekend of the conference, having survived on 4-5 hours a sleep per night for the last month, I wasn’t even sure of my own name!

Add to that, I had two pitch appointments on Saturday afternoon, a mere 5 hours before the Gala Awards, for another manuscript, a mammoth, complex, ensemble cast, paranormal

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Summer's End Secret Cravings Publishing Blog Hop!


Greetings, dear readers!

Welcome to the Secret Cravings Publishing Blog Hop! A whole slew of your favourite Secret Cravings Authors - and maybe some who will become new favourites! - have joined in the fun for this weekend, and you will want to visit them all to see what they have to offer!  I will be giving away my TWO new releases: An eBook of my "spanking" new Romantic Suspense Thriller Alicia's Possession PLUS the newly-released AUDIOBOOK of Pulse and Prejudice. (You can hear a sample just there on the right - See it? Although it really doesn't do the narrator justice - you have to hear his dwarf and prostitute!) 

To be entered to win one of these TWO prizes, just leave a comment below.  Be sure to include an email address so I can let you know when you win! 

Pulse and Prejudice is the paranormal adaptation of Jane Austen's classic, which tells Mr. Darcy's story - but as a vampire.  Plus I wrote my novel as if Miss Austen had envisioned Mr. Darcy as a vampire all along! Certainly explains his aloof nature and why he constantly misinterprets "human" behaviour...  Although now available in audiobook, Pulse and Prejudice can also be found in eBook and paperback.

I recently attended not one but TWO author/reader conferences - the Romance Novel Convention in Las Vegas and Authors After Dark in Savannah. One of the great things about these conferences is the chance to play dress-up - especially for the masquerade balls! For the RNC, we were told to dress as a character from a romance novel, so I dressed as the Comtesse de Calmet, one of the many original characters in Pulse and Prejudice. The cowboy? Umm.... didn't see too many of those in Regency England! No, he is definitely not a character in my novel - which is historically accurate down to the weather! - but he definitely was a character!

Although Alicia's Possession is primarily a romantic suspense, it is also my first foray into bondage with elements of Dominance and submission, particularly focusing on the psychology of the submissive. In fact, to illustrate, I am going to do something I never do and actually quote a reviewer!  
"Saucier has blended together a very interesting mystery with a BDSM relationship in its infancy. Alicia’s Possession is a good read for both the love story and the mystery." Manic Readers 
At the Authors After Dark conference, I was honoured to be included on one of the BDSM panels with none other than Joey Hill! We even had several opportunities to chat, including at the Vampire Ball where I dressed (ahem - pay no attention to my age) as MY Elizabeth Bennet from Pulse and Prejudice who **SPOILER ALERT** eventually is bitten by the vampire Darcy. (Now, come on. Wouldn't you want Vampire Darcy to bite Elizabeth?) It was so exciting to meet her and so many other authors I have followed for years, and now I have the thrill of seeing readers like you are so receptive to my first (very mild) BDSM novel!

So here's the scoop on Alicia's Possession:   

Following the horrific car crash that left her in a coma for two months, Alicia Pageant has returned to her affluent lakeside home to recuperate and come to terms with her husband’s infidelity and their impending divorce; but her attention is frequently captured by the violent arguments of the Daniel and Judith Holloman, who recently moved into the house on the other side of the lake. One night she is awoken by gunshots and other strange noises coming from across the lake; and, after witnessing what she believes is someone driving away with a body and never seeing Daniel again, Alicia insists on calling the police, against the advice of her estranged husband, who believes she has imagined it.

Detective Mason Crawley is sent out to investigate the “suspicious incident,” which he considers a nuisance call – even more so after learning of Alicia’s recent head injury and watching her take her pain medication with wine. He interviews Judith Holloman, who says her husband has gone out of the country on business, but the stories of both women begin to unravel when he sees the two of them meeting. Then while attempting to locate Daniel, someone claiming to be a contractor with the Department of Defense warns him not to investigate Daniel’s disappearance further.

Mason confronts Alicia and demands an explanation, and she is forced to admit that her head injury has left her with no memory of the accident or the several weeks before. Still she insists not only that Daniel is dead but now he is haunting her because she knows he was murdered.  Although he cannot control his increasing attraction to Alicia, Mason isn’t sure if she’s lying, delusional, or in some sort of danger. This leads him to look into her drunk-driving accident, in which she drove her BMW into a lake several miles from her house; but something about the single-car crash doesn’t add up either.

Even as they succumb to their growing feelings and desires, Alicia doesn’t know if she can trust anyone after her husband’s disloyalty; and when Mason discovers that the night of Alicia’s accident she had gone to confront her husband’s mistress – and no one has seen the girl since – he doesn’t know if he can trust her either. And now he has yet another mystery to solve, with Alicia at the heart of it.

So it's really a romantic suspense wrapped in a mystery tied up in ropes with a little Dominance thrown in for good measure!

Let me know what you think about my new thriller Alicia's Possession or my paranormal adaptation Pulse and Prejudice, and you could be a winner! Just leave a comment below, including your email address.  

Then keep on hopping over to the other authors' websites in this Extra-special Weekend End of Summer Secret Cravings Publishing Blog Hop! Better have your TBR list handy.... 

What's your craving?


Friday, August 23, 2013

Better Late Than Pregnant! Winners (Finally!) Announced

With deepest apologies, I must confess:  I have been a terrible blogger lately!  I spent the last two weeks on the road at the Romance Novel Convention and Authors After Dark and stupidly thought I could blog while traveling. Obviously, it didn't happen! (I did a little write-up on the conferences for Austen Authors here if you're interested.)

Thus, without further ado: The winners in my giveaway for the Love, Lust, and Lipstick Stains Blog Hop are K. April and Laurie (selected by Random.org). They will each receive a Personally Inscribed eBook of my latest release, the Romantic Suspense Thriller Alicia's Possession! (It hasn't been out long, but I am thrilled by its  wonderful reception based on the reviews by readers like you!)

If you didn't win, never fear: Alicia's Possession is available wherever fine eBooks are sold. You can even have your eBook personally inscribed by ordering it from Autography! I had so much fun signing eBooks for readers at the conferences. Isn't technology amazing?

Haunted by a traumatic accident and her husband’s betrayal, Alicia believes she can never trust again. Now she must surrender her will to Mason if she wants to find out if the bizarre events terrorizing her are the work of the paranormal, her own paranoia, or something far more sinister.

Alicia's Possession tells the story of a wealthy socialite who has just awoken from a coma following a freak car crash. Now she has retrograde amnesia and cannot remember the accident or the weeks leading up to it. After finding out her husband had been having an affair, she has thrown him out and is living alone, dealing with the aftereffects of the head injury as well as major depression from the collapse of her marriage. Then she witnesses bizarre occurrences in and around her home. She thinks she hears gunshots in the middle of the night, and her neighbor mysteriously disappears. Then odd things begin to occur inside her own house, and she begins to believe her neighbor was murdered and is now haunting her.

When Alicia calls the police to investigate, Detective Mason Crawley finds more questions than answers and doesn’t know if she’s paranoid or delusional or guilty of something herself. One thing he does recognize, though, is she needs someone to take care of her—take control—and he believes he is the man who can do it. This is my first foray into (extremely mild) BDSM, so it includes light bondage and Dominance and submission.



Thursday, August 22, 2013

Cocktails with Juliette Cross - Forged in Fire

Martini à la Colette: Very dry and a little dirty
Good evening, dear readers! 
Wow, I haven't had a post in over two weeks since I have been on the road for two back-to-back novel conferences! I had naïvely thought I would be able to blog about the conferences during the conferences! It was all I could do to post the occasional picture on my Facebook Author Page! I will tell you all about my adventures once I catch my breath (especially now that I'm out of those corsets!).

Since I could certainly use a little something to help me relax, it seems only fitting that my first blog after this hiatus should be Cocktails with Colette, the Thursday night feature I have now and then to introduce you to my friends who write in genres other than romance.

Tonight I am thrilled to introduce you to an author who joins us for Happy Hour from right here in Louisiana! (In fact, just last night we chatted on the phone over wine.) Urban Fantasy writer Juliette Cross joins me tonight to tell you about her upcoming novel Forged in Fire - and YEA! - an excerpt! (By the way, I have been to The Dungeon she mentions on quite a few occasions...) So shake yourself a martini (gently so as not to water it down), sit back, relax, and hear what Juliette has to tell us this evening...
~Colette

 As a reader, I have eclectic taste. However, I tend to stick to certain genres—historical, romantic, fantasy/paranormal. When I stumbled across Pulse & Prejudice on Goodreads, I was thrilled—all three of my favs rolled into one. (I also have an affinity for classic British literature, and Colette’s book has the classic flavor with the amped-up romantic scenes my lusty self longs for.) After reading Colette’s fantastic rendition of swoon-worthy Mr. Darcy as the dark and brooding vampire, I decided to send her a congratulatory message through GR, noting that we were both southern Louisiana writers. An immediate friendship struck up from there.


As for me, I write urban fantasy and urban fantasy romance in the growing New Adult genre. My novel, Forged in Fire, is set in the gritty and sensual setting of New Orleans—one of my favorite haunts. On her twentieth birthday, Genevieve Drake is nearly murdered by a demon in a back alley, then saved by a Dominus Daemonum (Master of Demons) named Jude Delacroix.  She discovers she is a Vessel, one who is born to serve the light but can be corrupted and used as a weapon for darkness. One of the darker scenes in the novel takes place in The Dungeon, which is a real club right off Bourbon Street, where a mass murder once took place in the 1800s. New Orleans is full of intriguing true stories that only enhance the fiction set there. Of course, in real life, I don’t think the owner is a high demon

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Evelyn Pryce Talks Slang - Regency Style!

Good morning, dear readers!  If you look at my Coming for Coffee calendar there are the right, you will see that I won't be having any guests for a few weeks. How can I have callers when I will be out of town? First for the Romance Novel Convention in Las Vegas, and then next week I leave for Authors After Dark in Savannah! If you will be at either of these events, be sure to come and say hi!

So since this will be my last visitor for a while, I had to have an extra special guest for you! I became acquainted with Evelyn Pryce when we were both selected as semi-finalists in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards, but she had the good fortune - and the great novel! - to go on to the finals! If you love a good Regency romance, you won't find one better than A Man Above Reproach! She joins me today to talk about slang she uses in her novel - all in keeping with the early 19th Century.  Ahhhh....historical accuracy!  Be still my heart!
~Colette 

 The Taradiddle about that Funny Talk

Slang is a fascinating thing. It’s secret language, code. Something that someone says expresses a sentiment, so it gets passed on. Slang words were memes before there were such things. I write and read a lot of history and slang has been always one of my favorite aspects. It’s part archeological tool and part whimsy. Words spring up when they’re needed and disappear into meaninglessness over decades. People started saying “dude” way back in the late 1800s. That one that has endured, though it was initially meant as an Americanized way to say someone was a “dandy.”
            My first novel is a historical romance set in England in 1832 called A Man Above Reproach. During the edit process, I received my Style Sheet. I’ve integrated so much Regency slang, I hadn’t given the first thought to how many phrases or words I used that would be unfamiliar to the modern ear. That is, I hadn’t thought of it until I received the giant list of unusual words in my book that was a part of the hilariously titled “Style Sheet for A Man Above Reproach.”
            I used both “addlebrained” and “addlepated.” Regular Regency readers won’t be mystified by “ton,” “beau monde,” or “cut direct,” but I still went back and clarified their meaning for readers who may be unacquainted. I managed to squeeze a lot of words I love into A Man Above Reproach, like: harridan, missish, rakehell, and lightskirt. Those are pretty easily sussed out with use of context clues, but they all sound musical to

Monday, August 5, 2013

Love, Lust, and Lipstick Stains Summer Lovin' Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Love, Lust, and Lipstick Stains Summer Lovin' Blog Hop!

With over 50 authors participating over the next three days, you have a chance to find out about a LOT of wonderful new novels for this summer. PLUS, not only are we giving away individual prizes - there is a HUGE Blog Hop Giveaway of 40 eBooks! So be sure to leave a comment not just to enter my giveaway but to be entered for the Grand Prize as well! (Don't forget to include an email address so you can be notified when you win! I'm still trying to get in touch with the winner of my last giveaway!)

I will be giving away not one but TWO Personally Inscribed eBooks of my latest release, Alicia's Possession! It is filled with love and lust - as well as mystery and suspense!

Alicia's Possession tells the story of a wealthy socialite who has just awoken from a coma following a freak car crash. Now she has retrograde amnesia and cannot remember the accident or the weeks leading up to it. After finding out her husband had been having an affair, she has thrown him out and is living alone, dealing with the aftereffects of the head injury as well as major depression from the collapse of her marriage. Then she witnesses bizarre occurrences in and around her home. She thinks she hears gunshots in the middle of the night, and her neighbor mysteriously disappears. Then odd things begin to occur inside her own house, and she begins to believe her neighbor was murdered and is now haunting her.

When Alicia calls the police to investigate, Detective Mason Crawley finds more questions than answers and doesn’t know if she’s paranoid or delusional or guilty of something herself. One thing he does recognize, though, is she needs someone to take care of her—take control—and he believes he is the man who can do it. This is my first foray into (extremely mild) BDSM, so it includes light bondage and Dominance and submission. Alicia’s Possession is available in all eBook formats from all the normal sources, and I can even inscribe your eBook! Just in case you don't win, this link has info on that:

Haunted by a traumatic accident and her husband’s betrayal, Alicia believes she can never trust again. Now she must surrender her will to Mason if she wants to find out if the bizarre events terrorizing her are the work of the paranormal, her own paranoia, or something far more sinister.

 Excerpt from Alicia's Possession


“What do you want?” she asked. “I don’t know what you want from me.”

Mason gripped her upper arms, forcing her eyes to meet his. He knew he’d made a mistake the moment her warmth bled through the silk of her robe and into his palms, sending a ripple of sensation up his arms and down his body. "Why did you lie about knowing Judith?" he asked, his voice low and gravelly but not in the terse tone he used to intimidate a witness. No, she might not recognize it, but he could hear his lust cradling each syllable.

She squeezed her eyes tight as if to prevent her tears’ escape, but instead it forced them down her cheeks. “I wasn’t lying. I don’t know her. I don’t remember her. I don’t remember anything.”

He lifted one hand from her arm and brushed the tears from her cheek with his thumb before running it across her bottom lip. Her eyes remained closed, and his chest rose and fell in rhythm with hers. He leaned in close enough to inhale her breath.

“Don’t,” she said without force.

He shuffled his feet forward the few inches required for his body to brush against her breasts. “How can you not remember?”

“Th-the accident.”

He brought his mouth down, barely touching hers, his tongue tasting the salt of tears on her lips—those lips he had wanted to kiss from the first moment they’d met.

“Please,” she said on a puff of air and tried to pull away from him, but he tightened his hold on her arm.

“Please what?”

“Please…don’t kiss me.”

“I think you want me to kiss you.” When she said nothing in protest, he pressed his lips to hers and gently pulled first her top, then her bottom lip into his mouth. He held her chin between his thumb and fist to lift her face.

Tears still streamed down her cheeks, but she opened her eyes and shook her head. “I…I can’t do this.”

Mason trailed his finger down her throat to the opening of her robe, stopping just over her heart, and she trembled with a hitch in her breath.

“What do you mean you didn’t remember her because of the accident?”

“I have…gaps, memory loss.” Her tears had begun to wane.

“I’m going to kiss you again.”

“No,” she whispered when his mouth hovered mere millimeters over hers. He dropped his hand from her arm to the small of her back and pulled her against him, and she gasped at the unmistakable evidence of his arousal. “I’m not ready for this.”

“Because of your injury?”

“Because of the infidelity. My husband. He hurt me.” Her words pinched his heart and he nodded. “I can’t be with a man—any man. I can’t trust anyone. I don’t even trust myself to have the sense or judgment to know who can be trusted. I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to trust anyone again.”

Mason laid a soft kiss on her mouth, tugging her bottom lip gently between his teeth. He lifted his face just enough to look at her. In time, he could teach her to trust again, at least to trust him, but it would take patience—and perseverance. He thought she might be worth the effort.

“If you want me to stop,” he told her, “if you really mean it, say ‘apple.’”

Alicia furrowed her brow and blinked before meeting his stare directly. “But I told you to stop.”

“Yes, but you didn’t mean it.” The color rushing into her cheeks proved him right. “I will only stop if you say ‘apple.’ Understand?”

She responded with a single, slow nod, never taking her eyes off him. When he covered her mouth with his, he ran his tongue along the seam of her lips, and she opened for him. He wrapped both arms around her then, holding her tight, and she placed her hands on his shoulders. As his tongue swirled inside her mouth, she leaned against him and released a low, moaning sigh. He allowed the kiss to continue and to deepen, in part because he wanted to prevent her from using the safety word, but primarily because he didn’t want to relinquish her delicious mouth. Although he would never call himself a connoisseur, he could detect the subtle notes of cherry, chocolate, and plum from the wine on her tongue.


I hope you enjoyed this excerpt, and that you will enjoy Alicia's Possession!

Now don't forget to leave a comment below to be entered in both my giveaway and the Blog Hop Grand Prize before you continue on to the other authors' websites on this Love, Lust, and Lipstick Stains Summer Lovin' Blog Hop! 








Saturday, August 3, 2013

Natalie Acres' Guest Post Winners of Alicia's Possession and Pulse and Prejudice!

Good morning, dear readers! I recently had the honor of visiting Natalie Acres' blog to talk a little about my latest releases, the conferences I will be attending this month (this week I leave for Las Vegas for the Romance Novel Convention!), and what I am writing now.

Included in my guest post, I had a giveaway of my TWO new releases: an eBook of Alicia's Possession PLUS the newly-released AUDIOBOOK of Pulse and Prejudice! (You can hear a sample just there on the right - See it?)

The winners of the giveaways (as selected by Random.org) are Eva P. and Stephanie!  (Eva – I need your contact info. Please email me: colette@colettesaucier.com)

If you did not win, no worries! Alicia's Possession is available in all eBook formats, and Pulse and Prejudice is available in print and eBook, as well as audiobook!

If you happened to miss my guest post, I hope you will visit Natalie's blog to get all the scoop PLUS there's an excerpt of Alicia's Possession!



 
Guest Post: 
Colette L. Saucier