I'm very happy with the way Aidan's book is coming along. Aidan and his heroine are entertaining me as much as Ethan and Heather did in Shadows Strike. :-) And some very interesting things are brewing in the Immortal Guardians world.
Pretty cryptic, right? 😀 I know. I'm rather obsessive when it comes to avoiding the mention of anything that might be considered a spoiler. I have some fun quotes in mind, though, for future Favorite Quote Fridays. 😉
Which reminds me . . .
A lot of readers have been asking if I have a newsletter. I don't have one at this time, but—because of the many requests—was thinking about starting one. I can't have both a blog and a newsletter, because it would take too much time away from writing. So I thought I would ask:
Which do you prefer—Newsletter or Blog?
If you prefer newsletters, how often do you
like to receive them from authors?
I'm always interested in your thoughts.
Since Facebook continues to limit the reach of Author Pages, I've begun to mention posts here and provide links in case you missed the fun and would like to join the conversation. Here are some of my latest posts:
I'll also be giving away two more Immortal Guardians and The Gifted Ones Swag Packs on my page this weekend, just for fun. So if you'd like one, hop over to My Author Page and enter to win!
More fantastic reviews continue to roll in for Rendezvous with Yesterday. I'm so glad readers are enjoying Robert and Bethany's story. And I'm particularly thrilled to see so many readers who don't usually care for time travel romance giving it 5-star reviews. 😊 Here are a few of the latest on Amazon:
"Wow! If you like time travel romance, you should definitely read this. It's so different than all the rest out there! I enjoyed it so much . . ."
"Great second installment in the gifted ones series . . . Can’t wait for the next one."
"Dianne Duvall has created an amazing fantasy world . . . The whole series is absolutely captivating from beginning to end."
— K. Smith
"Very entertaining, loved all the characters in the book."
— Monica Lindemann
"This story was perfect. The characters were perfect. Can I please have my very own Robert . . ."
"Best book this year! One of my favorites."
Chuckling, Robert drew Beth up against his side and kissed her hair. “The day has been a long one, love.”
“For all of us,” Alyssa added, kindly wiping the shock from her expression. “May I congratulate you, Lady Bethany, on your victory over Robert’s men? My husband told me of your contest.”
“Thank you. And please, call me Beth.”
“Then you must call me Alyssa.” She smiled. “I wish I could have been here to see Sir Faudron’s and Sir Stephen’s expressions.”
They turned as one to look across the hall at Stephen just as little Ian’s wooden sword hit Stephen squarely in the groin. Dropping his own sword, the irascible warrior slammed his knees together, cupped himself with both hands, and—whimpering—toppled over onto the floor.
Robert and Dillon both winced.
Beth pursed her lips. “Too bad he wasn’t still wearing his armor.”
Michael and the other men in the great hall found it wildly amusing, their laughter swelling and echoing off the walls.
Alyssa narrowed her eyes at Dillon. “Do not dare laugh.”
“I would not,” he said with a grimace. “Ian has done the same to me on numerous occasions.”
Robert grunted. “I will not ask if Alyssa healed you with her hands.”
Alyssa’s cheeks flushed while Dillon donned a naughty grin.
“Perhaps now would be a good time for us to retire to the solar,” Beth suggested brightly, hoping to alleviate the other woman’s embarrassment.
The others agreed, and—with lighter spirits all around—they exited the great hall.
Have a wonderful weekend! I'll be spending mine with my Immortal Guardians. 😊