Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Giveaway of For Love and Money

Joanna Chambers, who very kindly read draft versions of parts of For Love and Money, has extremely generously decided to promote the book too. She's holding a competition on her blog this week and the prize is an e-copy of the book: "To enter, just post the name of your favourite category romance of all time - it doesn't have to be a HQ/M&B (for all you Loveswept readers out there...)." [Edited to add: the contest has now closed.]

The good news for those of you who prefer paper books is that the price at Lulu has just decreased to £14.95.

As for me, I've been avoiding giving book recommendations at the Spurtle, talking about metafiction and the "rules" of romance at Liz Fielding's blog and had my writing praised by my editor.

And if you're bored of reading about my book, you might be interested in Joanna's post about female impersonators and cross-dressing heroines.


  1. Congratulations on your book Laura, I can't wait to read it! Christmas has been kind to me in terms of Amazon vouchers so it will be creeping from the warehouse right onto my bookshelves.

  2. It's definitely faster (and cheaper) to get the Kindle or pdf versions. The print book does look very nice, though. Mine came directly from Lulu but Amazon.co.uk should be able to order one for you, even though it's listed as "temporarily out of stock" there: I suspect that's because when something is print-on-demand, they only demand it when a customer orders a copy.

    Anyway, whatever format you read it in, I'd love to know what you think of it.