This week, I took the next step in the Great Website Amalgamation. If you’ve been peeking at my purple Château Delacroix site, you may have discovered that the delacroix.net url now brings you here. The url for the Dragon Diaries (www.thedragondiaries.com) also brings you here now, as does the Claire Cross url (www.clairecross.com).
You can find information about all of my books on this single site. If you had bookmarked individual pages on any of those sites, clicking on them will bring you here and give you a 404 message. The content is all relocated to this site, but the urls will have changed. Simply use the drop down menus to find what you were looking for.
Everything about my books is now in one place, which makes me happy. 🙂
Today, I’m a guest at Romancing the Book to help celebrate that blog’s sixth anniversary.
There’s an interview posted with yours truly, right here, and a contest, too. Please stop on by!
The pre-order links for The Warrior’s Prize are up at KOBO and iTunes. This medieval romance, book #4 in my True Love Brides Series, goes on sale December 29 in both print and digital editions. It will be available at Amazon, B&N, All Romance eBooks and Createspace on that day, then the content will perk out to other portals over the subsequent few weeks.
It’s that time again—the first of the month means a new reader contest.
This month’s prize is a signed trade paperback copy of Beguiled, the new collection of my previously published short stories and novellas being published this month. As usual, the contest is open internationally and, as usual, I’ll add another prize for every 25 entries. Good luck everyone!
As usual, this month there is a reader contest on the blog. Since The Frost Maiden’s Kiss is coming out in August, I thought this month would be a good chance for you to catch up on the True Love Brides Series. This month, there are TWO prize books: one lucky winner will receive signed trade paperback copies of BOTH The Renegade’s Heart and The Highlander’s Curse.
As usual, the contest is open to international entries. As usual, for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize (in this case, two prizes). To enter the contest, all you need to do is comment on this post. Remember that if you haven’t commented on this blog before, your comment will go to moderation instead of appearing immediately: it’s not lost, just waiting on me. 🙂
You might remember that at the end of February, I decided to clean out some trade paperback editions of my books. The contest ended March 15, and here come the winners:
First up, five winners of signed trade paperback copies of The Beauty Bride. Our winners are:
1. Sherry T.
2. Cat B.
3. Joyce K.
4. Teresa D.
Next, five winners of signed trade paperback copies of The Rose Red Bride:
1. Ruth M.
3. Debbie R.
And finally, five winners of signed trade paperback copies of The Snow White Bride:
1. Vicki H.
2. Denise E.
3. Shirley B.
4. Janie M.
Congrats to all the winners! Please check your email for a message from me about receiving your prize book. Thanks to everyone who entered!
It’s the beginning of the month, and time for a new reader contest. This month’s prize is a signed trade paperback copy of The Dragon Legion Collection. The contest is open internationally, and – as usual – for every 25 entries, I’ll add another prize book. All you have to do is comment on this post for a chance to win.
Remember also, that I’m spring cleaning, and will be giving away 15 books on March 15.
Comment on this post for a chance to win one of five signed trade paperback copies of The Beauty Bride.
Comment on this post for a chance to win one of five signed trade paperback copies of The Rose Red Bride.
Comment on this post for a chance to win one of five signed trade paperback copies of The Snow White Bride.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
This weekend – from today through February 17, the Bride Quest II digital boxed set is on sale for $4.99 at Amazon, Apple, B&N and KOBO. This digital boxed set includes all three Scottish medieval romances in this trilogy: The Countess, The Beauty and The Temptress.
I hope you have a wonderful, romantic Valentine’s Day!
Thanks to a nudge from Michelle, I thought of another place to look for my printed copy of the Bride Quest family tree. It turns out that there’s two of them, one for the brothers Fitzgavin (Bride Quest I) and one for Crevy-sur-Seine family (Bride Quest II).
I found them both, and have created PDF files for them. 🙂 You can find them to view or download on the Family Tree page.
The dragons will be tougher, as I have many gaps in their long lineage…