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Jennifer Delamere

Jennifer Delamere

Jennifer Delamere

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New Blog Post!

I’m a huge fan of Shakespeare. (I’ve explained more why here.)  Today, in honor of Shakespeare’s birthday, I’ve dusted off my blog to talk about one of my favorite plays — the comedy Much Ado About Nothing, including several of the more famous film productions. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to enjoy it!

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Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh have a battle of wits in Much Ado About Nothing

 

 


RITA Award Nominee!

I’m excited to announce that An Heiress at Heart is a finalist in the Romance Writers of America  2013 RITA® awards!

The RITA — the highest award of distinction in romance fiction — recognizes excellence in published romance novels and novellas.

It’s a HUGE honor to be nominated, and I’m in the company of some amazing authors!

The 2013 RITA winners will be announced at a black-tie awards ceremony on July 20 at the 2013 RWA Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.  I’ll be there, thrilled to be among the nominees!



Weekend at the Library

Like most bookworms, the library is one of my favorite places. This weekend I’ll be visiting two libraries, hoping to connect with others who enjoy reading as much as I do.

On Saturday, Feb. 9, I’ll be at the Montgomery County Library in Troy, North Carolina, for their “Red Hot Romance Reception.”

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On Sunday, Feb. 10, I’ll be at the East Regional Library in Knightdale (Raleigh), North Carolina, with historical romance authors Erin Knightley and Regina Jeffers.

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I’ll be signing books at both events. For more information on times and library locations, see the Upcoming Events column on this page.

If you are near either library, I hope you’ll come by and say hello!

 


Reviewed on USA Today blog!

AN HEIRESS AT HEART was part of a lovely write-up of three historical romances at USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog!

An Heiress at Heart is Delamere’s debut, and it’s an impressive one! This first book of the Love’s Grace trilogy explores the themes of honor, family and faith in a compelling balance of charm, sentiment and suspense….”

Check out the full review here!




This Week’s News!

This week I’m excited to announce both live and online appearances.

LIVE:

Tonight (Wednesday, Nov. 28) I’ll be reading from An Heiress at Heart at Lady Jane’s Salon! Time and location information is listed on the right side of this page. If you’re in the central North Carolina area, I urge you to come out for an evening of fun!

ONLINE:

Today kicks off a weeklong visit to the “Behind the Scenes” feature at NovelSpot.com, where I’ll be doing a series of posts on my life and writing. You can find the first installment (and links to future installments as they are posted) here:

www.novelspot.net

On Thursday, December 6, I’ll be at USA Today’s Happy Ever After Blog:

www.usatoday.com/blog/happyeverafter/

Looking forward to seeing you in person or around the Web!


Special Blog Tour This Week

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This week I’m part of a special “Naughty or Nice” blog tour with fellow Grand Central author Cara Elliott. I love this idea because in the romance genre there truly is something for everyone. Join us as we discuss a variety of things, from holiday traditions to heat levels in romance fiction.

Monday, Nov. 12, 2012

Red Hot Books

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012

Reading Romances

Wednesday,  Nov. 14, 2012

The Reading Reviewer

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012

Night Owl Reviews

Friday, November 16, 2012

Novel Reflections

 


More Guest Appearances

Here are some of the places you’ll find me this week!

Currently:

Margaret Daley’s blog:
www.margaretdaley.com
Features an “Interview ” with Geoffrey Somerville, the hero of An Heiress at Heart!

Gosh!TV blog:
www.goshtv.com
Detailed interview that includes comments from my agent and editor!

The Book Reading Gals blog:
www.thebookreadinggals.com

 

Coming Nov. 10:

Thoughts in Progress blog
www.masoncanyon.blogspot.com

 

This weekend:

If you’re near central North Carolina I hope you’ll check out Durham County Library’s Fall into Romance festival. There is a lineup of great speakers Saturday and Sunday, and I’ll be part of a multi-author book signing on Sunday afternoon. For location and directions, see the link under Upcoming Events on the right side of this page.