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Jennifer Delamere

Jennifer Delamere


New Book Release June 30!

What do the following things have in common?

  • A busy Victorian office with its own telegraph line
  • A handsome Scottish hero
  • A clever and independent heroine
  • A delightful little bookshop on a London high street
  • Two career-minded people who are in love but don’t know it yet
  • A romantic dance in the park
  • A dash of workplace intrigue
  • A quirky little book called The Spinster’s Guide to Romance

They’re all found in Line By Line, the first book in my new series, which launches on June 30! It’s available to preorder now at your favorite retailer.

You can get more information about the book, read an excerpt, and find buy links on the Line By Line book page.

Happy reading!

Upcoming Conference for Writers in North Carolina

On Saturday, February 15, 2020, I’ll be taking part in a panel on writing romance at the Carolina Book & Writer Conference in Raleigh, NC.

More details about the conference can be found at the conference website.

If you’d like to attend the conference, use conference code DELAMERE when you register for half-price admission ($75). Hurry! This conference usually sells out.

New series coming in 2020

Coming up in 2020: A new series, called Love Along the Wires, about telegraphers in Victorian London. Did you know that telegraphy was one of the first occupations where women were basically on par with men, working right alongside them? In the nineteenth century and into the twentieth, countless women made a good living in this career. In this series, they’ll find plenty of challenges and success in the workplace–and romance, too!

Here’s the cover for Line By Line, the first book in the series.

Cover for LINE BY LINE
Available June 30, 2020

Alice McNeil plans to travel through life unencumbered by love. A seasoned telegrapher, she’s just acquired a coveted position at an important firm and is living her life’s dream. But when she meets Douglas Shaw, the company’s ambitious junior director, her resolutions face challenges she could never have imagined. They form a friendship, seeing in each other the same integrity and driving work ethic. Despite the increasing warmth of their feelings, both are determined to keep things strictly business. Anything else is not in their plans. However, Alice accidentally raises the ire of a vindictive coworker. When the man lays plans to destroy Alice’s livelihood and reputation, Douglas discovers his own career and so much more are also on the line…

I’m excited to be able to share this new series with you!

Reader Festival Coming Soon to the Washington, DC Area!

Every two years, the Historical Novel Society, a wonderful organization comprised of novelists and readers, holds their annual conference in the United States. At this year’s conference, they’ve added a new event, open to the public. It’s the Reader Festival, which will take place on Saturday afternoon, June 22, 2019, at the Gaylord Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, just outside Washington, DC.

Spend a Saturday afternoon with fellow historical novel enthusiasts!

The Reader Festival will include a choice of workshops, author panels with Q&A, and even an opportunity to learn Scottish country dancing! Capping off the Reader Festival is a multi-author book signing. It’s a great opportunity to discover new authors. I’ll be participating in the book signing, so be sure to come by my table to say hello!

Tickets to the festival are available for just $5.00 if ordered in advance. (Cost is $10.00 at the door.)  Click HERE for more details about the event and information on how to order tickets.

I hope you’ll join me and many other avid historical novel readers for this exciting and engaging event!