Read Marooned with a Marquis Now!

I am so incredibly excited to reveal that my latest book, Marooned with a Marquisis now live on Amazon for you to read and enjoy! And what’s more…it’s my birthday!

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Yup, that’s right, twenty one again! Hahaha, seriously though, this is such an exciting moment for me because this is the book that so many of my reviewers and Beta Team have really fallen in love with. I mean, check out some of the reviews currently on Amazon!

Well written, charming characters and lovely location. Love everything of Emily’s that I have read!

— K Sazabo

 

I love that all the books in this series feature unique, intelligent and sassy heroines and lots of heat!

— Colorado Cowgirl

 

Emily, oh how your mind works! What an amazing love story. Adena and Luke are wonderful characters; causing me to thoroughly enjoy my time spent with them. What a cozy read for a very cold, windy night. Actually, under an umbrella on a warm beach. Anytime!

— Linda

 

I’ve made sure that Marooned with a Marquis is 0.99 for my loyal readers for just a week, so make sure that you grab it now and celebrate my birthday with me!

Even authors get sick!

Hello from the comfort of my armchair! Yes, that’s right: my loyal readers will know that I’m very prone to colds when winter arrives, and as soon as the weather changed here in the South of England, a sore throat started, and I’m now in the full throes of a headcold.

Which is really inconvenient! Earlier in the week I was making real headway with the feedback from my editor on Catastrophe with a Count, one of my Ravishing Regencies series and I was really hoping to have it off to the formatter and almost ready to send to my Kickstarter supporters, but that’s had to take a back seat.

I’ve also been pushing through my own edits for the last book in that series, Emigrating with an Earl, and was confident that I would be able to type ‘The End’ this weekend – but every time that I open up the document, my brain starts to feel like lead!

So I’ve been forced to take the advice of my family, friends, and wonderful readers, and step away from the keyboard this weekend (except to write this blog, to tell you that I’m not doing any work this weekend. Yes, I get the irony). It’s frustrating when you love doing what you do, and I love writing more than anything, but if I’m totally honest with myself, anything that I did write this weekend would probably be awful, and I’d just end up writing it again!

Learning to take time for yourself is vital. I’m not going to get any better by wishing it, but slowing down and taking time for myself? Well, that certainly won’t hurt.

So I’m going to allow my husband to look after me, bring me food, and snuggle down with some Jane Austen classics. What have you been up to this weekend? Tell me in the comments below!