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Two L

Four for Three

I have just discovered that the print versions of both Ivy & Intrigue and Two L are part of Amazon’s four for three deal– buy four eligible items, get the least expensive free. This makes me think fondly of my year in England and the Waterstone’s three-for-two deals. I discovered Forever Amber and Bill Bryson’s…

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Paper-y Thingies!

Late breaking news: Two L is now available in book form! You can order it directly from Amazon. I also have a surprise to announce. Several people have asked me for a paper version of Ivy & Intrigue: A Very Selwick Christmas. Once I got the hang of the self-publication platform for Two L… well,…

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Now On the Shelves

I feel a bit like the Count who counts: one, one book release! Two, two book releases! Appearing on shelves today, we have the UK edition of The Temptation of the Night Jasmine: Meanwhile, on Nooks and Kindles, we have my law school satire, Two L, where Measure for Measure meets Harvard Law: There will…

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Bad Weather Reading

With the hurricane a-coming, I sped up the publication of the “e” versions of Two L. You can find it on both Nook and Kindle. (The print edition won’t be up for a few days more.) Stay safe, everyone!

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Two L

As you know, my law school novel, Two L, will be coming out on Kindle and Nook in (eek!) five days. Here’s the exciting news: it will also be available as a book book– or, to quote the immortal words of Blackadder, a big papery thingy. Two L will be available for purchase on Amazon…

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Teaser Tuesday: "Two L"

As announced last week, I’ll be exhuming my old law school satire, Two L, from the vault of lost novels later this month. Basically, Two L is Measure for Measure meets Evelyn Waugh meets Legally Blonde meets too much free coffee my 3L year. I debated long and hard about putting it out there because,…

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The Law School Novel– Coming Soon!

As some of you know, around the same time I was writing The Deception of the Emerald Ring, in the winter of 2005/6, I was also writing something else, a satire set at Harvard Law, based on the plot of Measure for Measure. I called it Two L. Two L enjoyed a limited circulation among…

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