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Julia London |The Price of My So-Called Fame

The Dangers of Deceiving a Viscount
Julia London

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Desperate Debutantes # 3

November 2007
On Sale: October 23, 2007
Featuring: Phoebe Fairchild; William Darby
384 pages
ISBN: 1416516174
EAN: 9781416516170
Paperback
$6.99
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Also by Julia London:
The Devil in the Saddle, November 2019
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The Princess Plan, November 2019
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The Charmer in Chaps, May 2019
Seduced by a Scot, November 2018

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Ah, this business! You plug along for years, putting out book after book, hoping that your small group of readers will grow into a group large enough that you might actually pay the mortgage. You plod along at a steady pace, building slowly, while other authors evolve at lightning speed. Nothing happens for years, and then suddenly, out of the blue, your books start to sell well. Print runs go up. Your publisher tells you that they are going to do more to promote your books. Your agent pumps you up and tells you you're becoming a Big Deal, and you get all excited, even though you know she says that to all her clients. They approach you about doing a tie-in novel to a soap opera. A what? you cry, but you do it, because you're no fool.

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