In which the Editrix engages in shameless self-promotion
Because for what else do we blog, but to notice other authors’ books and put our own forward in return?
We have received two very kind reviews for our recent publication, There Must Be Murder. Laurel Ann Nattress’ review on Austenprose said:
Sullivan has captured the charm and endearing delight of Austen’s characters beautifully, added new ones rich in folly and nonsense, and a Newfoundland dog named MacGuffin who steals every scene. The numerous illustrations by Cassandra Chouinard are enchanting. My only disappointment was in the length. It was over much too quickly.
In Ms. Sullivan’s hands, the Tilney’s marriage lives up to all the promise with which Austen infused it. Romantic while not being tawdry, mysterious without relying on needless drama, There Must Be Murder is a beautiful and loving homage to both Jane Austen and her first full-length novel.
Thanks to both ladies for the kind reviews! There Must Be Murder is available from Librifiles and Amazon. If ordered from Librifiles, use the code 95Y8NF33 to get a 20% discount from the list price (this works for all Librifiles books, by the bye). You can also get the DRM-free ebook at Girlebooks, and it is also available on Smashwords and as a NookBook.
We would also like to present to our Gentle Readers’ notice the rejacketed The Jane Austen Handbook, which will be re-released in March 2011. It will be interesting to see how it is received post-zombie revolution. One item of note: it will have a Kindle edition! And we hope other ebook formats as well. (We asked for that particularly.)