Fallen He was the product of illegitimacy, son of a noble house with no claim to its title or riches. For John Murray, the only hope of a decent life was his career as a British Officer. Fallen Had she lost her heart when he rescued her from ruffians, or when she first looked into that face like a golden angel's? No…Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 31, 2009 at 6:28am —
I'm thrilled to share that DISTRACTING THE DUCHESS has been nominated for an RT REVIEWERS CHOICE AWARD! My hero, Trevelyn Deveridge, was tapped for a BEST K.I.S.S. (Knight in Shining Silver) AWARD. The winner will be announced at the RT Convention in… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 30, 2009 at 8:40am —
Today, I'm visiting the one and only non-romance blog on my tour. It's Minds Alive On the Shelves and when I was setting up the tour, I was so taken with the blog's title, I had to contact the owner, Lisa.
I've never heard a better description of what a book is--"a mind alive on the shelf."… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 29, 2009 at 6:48am —
Today I'll be at TheRomance Studio talking about Daisy Drake's use of fashion to gently deceive Lucian Beaumont, our hero in VEXING THE VISCOUNT, into letting her help him find the Roman treasure he seeks. And you've guessed it! It's all… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 27, 2009 at 3:30am —
Sometimes, as the old Scottish saying goes, the best laid plans 'oftimes gang awry.' I was supposed to be at WildOnBooks today. I even swapped emails with them last night, but can't seem to raise anyone today. Technical difficulties, I guess. I so understand that, being the anti-techno queen, myself. If I hear from them,… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 26, 2009 at 12:26pm —
Like a lot of authors, I write under two pen names, Emily Bryan and Diana Groe. My Emily tales are light-hearted and (blush) sexier. The tone of my Diana Groe stories is much darker. If I can borrow an opera analogy, my Diana Groe books are grand opera. Emily Bryan is Gilbert and Sullivan with sex!… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 18, 2009 at 6:04am —
Nocturne and Dorchester historical author Bonnie Vanak is hosting my blog tour today. We're talking about secondary characters who refuse to stay in the background. I spotlight Isabella Wren--a former courtesan and now Lady Wexford. Bonnie has also posted a picture of me in my opera singing days (No, that gorgeous creature in the mask is not me.) But I played… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 17, 2009 at 8:48am —
I'm visiting at Rowena Cherry's blog today (Yes, that is her REAL name! No romance writer jokes, please!). The topic is ebooks vs print, and I'd love your imput on which e-reader you prefer if you've tried one.
This is a timely topic for writers and readers alike. The economy is forcing print publishers to rethink their business model.… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 15, 2009 at 7:44am —
Today you have 2 chances to WIN a copy of VEXING THE VISCOUNT! I'll be at RaineDelight's Blog and MandyRoth's Blog. There's a different post on each site. I tell about my path to publishing at Raine Delight's site and on Mandy Roth's blog… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 13, 2009 at 7:05am —
Wonder what that quote's about? Join me on my 50day/50blog tour at www.emilybryan.blogspot.com and learn how to play the STATUS GAME! I will be giving away a FREE copy of VEXING THE VISCOUNT to one lucky commenter, so come on! It's free. It's fun. And I promise you won't have to learn anything!
Added by Emily Bryan on January 12, 2009 at 4:02pm —
Today, I'm blogging about The South Sea Bubble, the Enron scandal of the Georgian Era and part of the backstory for my new book, VEXING THE VISCOUNT. My blog tour host, Elizabeth Delisi, has decided to broadcast me into cyberspace on her multiple blogs, so I'm in several places at once. You can find me at: http://elizabethdelisi.blogspot.com/… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on January 11, 2009 at 7:05am —