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Re: The Rogue Steals A Bride (6:22pm July 11, 2013):
Hi L Lam, good to hear that you like historicals.
Sarah, thank you for letting me know you loved the series. I think Matson finally met his match. I hope you agree.
Re: The Rogue Steals A Bride (3:10pm July 11, 2013):
Hi Colleen, I love historicals too--any time period.
Hi Raeline, If you find a way to go back to a Regency ball let me know because I want to go too!
Hi Elaine, thank you for the lovely comments about An Earl To Enchant. And yes you will find witty dialogue in all my books. I have twin spinster aunts in The Rogue Steals A Bride so I had a lot of fun with them as well as Sophia and Matson. I think I'm noted for humorous dialogue. I certainly work hard to make it so. I hope you'll read it and email me and let me know if it measures up to An Earl To Enchant.
Re: The Rogue Steals A Bride (1:09pm July 11, 2013):
Hi Linda, so glad you liked the post!
Alisha, alas they have the wrong cover up. My publisher changed it at the last minute and unfortunately we didn't get the new one to Fresh Fiction. Visit me on Facebook or my website to see the new cover.
May,I agree with you!
Thanks for commenting!
Re: The Rogue Steals A Bride (10:13am July 11, 2013):
Thank you for having me at Fresh Fiction today. I'll be checking in so if you have comments or questions just let me know.
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (5:06pm May 25, 2012):
Monica, welcome to the wonderful world of romance. I hope you find a home with Regency romance!
Carol, it's always fun to keep the hero and heroine at odds until the end of the story--but with a whole lot of romance along the way!
Jane, I love hearing that!
Good luck everyone!
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (3:51pm May 25, 2012):
Colleen, I always like to hear that a reader has enjoyed my books. Thank you!
Too funny, Michelle, but believe it or not, I am asked that question a lot.
Debbi, you said what I love to hear!
Good to everyone on winning a copy of the book!
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (2:37pm May 25, 2012):
Thank you, Chelsea, Nancy, and Shelia. I'm wishing all of you good luck on the win!
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (12:47pm May 25, 2012):
Anna, yes to both your statements!
Sharon, revenge plots are always such fun because revenge stirs up a lot of passion.
Catherine, I'm with you!
Sandy, I chose the name Crisp because Catalina is one cool lady!
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (11:05am May 25, 2012):
Kathleen, thank you! You will enjoy the story. Good luck!
Denise, good luck on the win!
Connie, thank you for being an Amelia Grey fan! I love a story where the bad boy hero gets tamed by the heroine. Good luck on the win!
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (10:42am July 26, 2011):
Thank you, everyone for your wonderful response to my blog. I loved being with you and hope to return soon!
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (5:53pm July 25, 2011):
I agree. That's why we have the revision stage, copy-edits stage, and page proofs stage before it goes to print. And still errors are missed!
Colleen, I'm with you on that.
Joan, I'm sure they would be embarrassed to know they had made such a mistake!
Sheila, good luck!
Connie, your words are music to my ears!
Joanne, when you are dealing with about 90,000 words some just slip by! :-)
Gail, more music to my ears!
Anna, yes, my bloopers were caught by my editor at the revision stage.
Lynn, I think that story tops mine! I laughed out loud!
Hi Cindy, good luck!
And another Cindi, good luck!
Mary, if the blooper was big enough they probably corrected it for future prints but probably didn't pull the book.
Rachael, I must get an e-reader! I don't have one.
Vickie, I hope you do and good luck on winning a copy!
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (5:43pm July 25, 2011):
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (2:11pm July 25, 2011):
Alyson, Oh my. That would make an author cringe!
Vicki, we do sometimes change names after the book is done. I've done that, but I always use the global search and replace. But I'll be more careful because even a computer can miss something.
Shirley, I'm sure that happens more times than we'd like to admit.
Jody, this is surprising unless the author was describing a character or even or something from a previous book. In A Gentleman Never Tells Sir Randoph Gibson, or Gibby, has been in the 3 previous books so I try to describe him the same way so I WON'T make the mistake of giving traits in one book that he didn't have in the previous ones.
Marjorie, you don't have to worry about that in my Rogue's Dynasty Series. The book before A Gentleman Never Tells ends early winter and AGNT picks up in early spring.
Cathy, you are so right.
Silvana, Good luck! Thankfully, I don't have to pick the winner!
I hope you'll give my book a try, Joyce!
Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (11:14am July 25, 2011):
Good morning everyone! Sorry I'm late saying hello, but for some reason my password wouldn't let me in but better late than never!
Constance, not only a gentleman and a lover but dog lovers, too! I hope you enjoy it.
Patti, I hope you love it!
Barbara, believe it or not we authors are constanly having to tell the art department that the hair color isn't right. sometimes they listen to us and sometimes they don't. We do try to make everything just right.
Too funny, Patricia! Most of my books recently have had the heads cut off so you can't see the hero and heroine. Does this bother you? I've even asked the art department to please show all their faces but I don't have much clout. :-)
Carla, you've got the right outlook.
Isn't it too funny that we ALL make mistakes. Yes, the kind of bloopers I was writing about are usually caught at the revision, copy-editing, or the page proof stage and never make it to print. Typos are harder to catch.
May Pau, thank goodness you don't see too many! We do try hard.
Laurie, you are so right about the covers. And often in Regency covers they will put the unwed heroine in a dark purple or red or other colors and usually they would only wear very pale shades. But I know they put the richly colored dresses on to catch the readers eye so we authors usually let it pass.
Hi Dawn, and yes, I've seen those kinds of errors in finished books too. That is the printer's fault--not the authors.
Darla, you could be on to something there.
Debbie, I hope you enjoy it!
You know, Carol, I don't have an ebook of any kind but I know there are errors to go around in paper books so I can only assume there are plenty in e-books as well.
I'll check back after lunch today, ladies so keep the comments coming!
Re: An Earl to Enchant (7:41pm March 30, 2010):
Thank you for visiting my blog at Fresh Fiction today. It was lots of fun reading the quotes. I love to hear from my readers so you can reach me at email@example.com or visit my website at ameliagrey.com
Re: An Earl to Enchant (4:07pm March 30, 2010):
Eileen & Jane - Two more great quotes. Thanks for checking in.
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:47pm March 30, 2010):
Colleen - And Tom Hanks said it perfectly!
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:46pm March 30, 2010):
Cheryl - I saw that episode. Lot's of good quotes from Seinfield
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:31pm March 30, 2010):
Gail - love Gone With the Wind, and love that phrase too.
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:30pm March 30, 2010):
G S - four words says it all, "show me the money". I wonder if the author had any idea how popular that phrase would become?
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:26pm March 30, 2010):
Sherry - "failure to communicate" can be used at home and work! You picked some great quotes.
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:25pm March 30, 2010):
Barbara - who could forget Arnie? And his Hasta La Vista Baby!"
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:23pm March 30, 2010):
Sharon - a favorite of mine too. Written perfectly in the old English.
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:20pm March 30, 2010):
Stacey - there are so many quotes it's tough to narrow down favorits.
Re: An Earl to Enchant (1:17pm March 30, 2010):
Sue Ahn - Good quote. The author sums up in a few words complex emotions.
Re: A Marquis To Marry (1:23pm October 15, 2009):
Maureen,Sara,Barbara,Evelyn, Barbara, Sandra
Thank you all for stopping by and I'll look forward to hearing from each of you in the future! Sandra, how cool is it that your first romance was one of mine! I'm thrilled! Thank you! I hope all of you enjoy the Rogues' Dyansty and once again a big thank you to Fresh Fiction for having me here today!
Re: A Marquis To Marry (6:07pm October 14, 2009):
Kelli, Mary, Patsy and Cherrie, thank you for stopping by and for your interest in my books! And I want to thank Fresh Fiction again. I hope they will ask me back next April!
Re: A Marquis To Marry (4:09pm October 14, 2009):
Elizabeth, Jeanette, Theresa, and Mitzi thank you for stopping by and putting A Marquis To Marry on your list. An Earl To Enchant will be out next April. Morgan is a planner who plays by the rules and he doesn't know what to do with an impulsive young lady who wants to learn all about love from him.
Re: A Marquis To Marry (1:41pm October 14, 2009):
CS Moch, you made my day! Thank you for putting it on your TBR list!
Re: A Marquis To Marry (12:11pm October 14, 2009):
Penny thank you. I love hearing that people love my books! Stefanie and Deanna thank you for saying your going to check out my rogues. Stay in touch!
Re: A Marquis To Marry (10:21am October 14, 2009):
Good morning everyone! I'm so happy to be here at Fresh Fiction today! Thank you for having me. You have a fabulous site.
Hi Katie, I'm glad you love my books. What a comment to wake up to!
Shawna, my publisher's art department designs the cover but I do get to see it and make suggestions if the color of hair isn't right or small things like that.
Susan, more time is spent on the romane than the pearls! Give it a try.
Stacy and Sharla An Earl To Enchant will be out in April 2010. I just got a peek at the cover and it's another winner!
I'll be checking in all day if anyone else has questions. Thank you everyone for stopping by!