Hi all! I’m absolutely thrilled to announce a groundbreaking change in the Pink Carnation website– I can now post updates myself. I know this doesn’t sound like such a huge deal, but, being the complete techno-disaster that I am, up till now every single update had to go through my webmistress (a lady of immense talent and patience), which meant rather lengthy stretches between updates. It was a bit like writing letters before the days of the modern postal service; I would hoard all my news and save it up for one big post. But now that I have been unleashed upon the internet, I will be popping in at least once a week with practical news (like release dates), meanderings about the progress of the Pink novels, and all that sort of thing. Even more fun, there’s now a space for comments, so you can reply to whatever I post, right here on the site. I’m still getting the hang of all this, so please bear with me if the formatting and all that is a little bit wonky from time to time….
I’m so glad to hear you are coming up with some fun and interactive ways to kill time. I love the fact that you are keeping us all updated with your books and contest. SO when are you coming to visit KC?
And when are you coming to Cincinnati? 🙂
I’ve been to Kentucky once, but it was years ago, and never ever to Cincinnati– so clearly it’s time for another book tour! I’ll have to start nagging my publisher…. : )
I do love your books, but right now I’m working insane hours and only have time to read in the car – gotta love audible books. Are you in control/informed as to when your latest will be available at Audible.com? As of today they only have Emerald Ring & Black Tulip – I do so want to read the Crimson Rose.
I need my Eloise fix soon!
Good luck with the crazy work schedule! I wish I had better news for you, but I’ve been told that the audio version of “Crimson Rose” is being made available on emusic.com rather than audible.com. I’m not sure why. There are audio CDs, if that’s an option….