How would you & a friend like to have lunch with Eloisa? Place a bid! Not in New York City? She’ll meet you where ever she has an event. Check here for a full list of locations. If you’re a writer and you’d like to discuss anything from your synopsis to the business or social media—win the bid, and Eloisa will Skype with you for a full hour.
We’re very excited around Eloisa-land because the Essex Sisters Companion publishes on May 24! Check out the amazing Table of Contents, including a brand new novella and an alternate ending to Kiss Me, Annabel. Are you the kind of reader who loves learning about English history? This is the book for you—and it’s only $1.99!
The detailed Table of Contents for the nearly-here comprehensive companion to Eloisa’s beloved Essex Sisters series. Titles of essays, descriptions of resources – there is so much to get excited about! The book begins downloading on May 24 – have you pre-ordered?
Eloisa posted an excerpt for A Gentleman Never Tells last week and the reader response has been super fun to follow. Have you checked out the excerpt yet? Eloisa’s brand new novella will begin downloading on June 28 – pre-ordering links are available for all your favorite vendors.
What you’ve been waiting for: The detailed Table of Contents for the nearly-here comprehensive companion to Eloisa’s beloved Essex Sisters series. Titles of essays, descriptions of resources – there is so much to get excited about! The book begins downloading on May 24 – have you pre-ordered?
More fresh content: The first excerpt for A Gentleman Never Tells is now available. Eloisa is thrilled to say that the cover for A Gentleman Never Tells really does look like Oliver Berwick! Eloisa’s brand new novella will begin downloading on June 28 – pre-ordering links are available for all your favorite vendors.
Paris in Love, Eloisa’s bestselling memoir about the year when she and her husband sold their house, their cars, and moved the family to Paris, is on sale for $1.99! It’s not a romance but you’ll adore Eloisa’s funny tales of her family living in the city of love. The sale is currently on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iBook and Google Play. We’re not sure how long Paris in Love will be at this price so grab it fast.
Hurrah for Eloisa! She’s been asked to be the keynote speaker for the 2016 RT BookLovers Convention in Las Vegas. The original speaker was unable to make it, and Eloisa is honored and thrilled to step up! If you’re near Las Vegas or going to RT, please don’t miss Friday night’s gala!
Are you signed up for Eloisa’s Five Fabulous Things? The next issue is all about her upcoming Essex Sisters Companion Guide—you don’t want to miss this news about new Josie & Mayne stories!
Are you in Philly or NYC and do you enjoy Shakespeare? Putting on her professor hat, Eloisa has two upcoming appearances where she’ll be sharing her expertise on Shakespeare.
Philadelphia, PA: April 3 at 2:00 pm, attend a matinee of AS YOU LIKE IT along with Eloisa. Then on April 4 at 7:00 pm, there will be a panel discussion folllowed by a wine and cheese reception. Tickets range from $15 to $39 and all the details are on Eloisa’s Events page. Let Eloisa’s assistant know if you’re coming — we might do a special get-together with Eloisa before the performance!
New York City: April 26 at 7:00 pm, Eloisa will join author Jillian Keenan at Book Culture on 112th in NYC to discuss Sex with Shakespeare. Visit the Events page on Eloisa’s website for more information.
The best Christmas presents are late (or so we’re saying around here), because Eloisa has one for you: her publisher recorded her reading a short Regency Christmas story that has never been published. Do enjoy—or save the link and watch it next December!
We’re so thrilled to announce that My American Duchess popped back onto the New York Times bestseller list after 2 weeks on and 1 off. Returning to the list only happens when readers share how much they enjoyed a book—it comes from word-of-mouth. Eloisa is blowing kisses to each one of you!
Are you in or around Virginia or Florida? Eloisa is signing books there next month, followed by Las Vegas and Milwaukee—just check out her Events page!
The New York Times Book Review has ignored the genre of romance — but in a groundbreaking column, My American Duchess has a rave review, being called “amusing and heart-wrenching.”
Eloisa Central is thrilled to say that the book stayed on the bestseller lists for a second week. If you haven’t read it yet, check out an excerpt right here on eloisajames.com (where we’ve also collected handy ordering links if you still need to get your own copy)
If by chance you aren’t signed up for Eloisa’s newsletter, Five Fabulous Things, now would be a great time. Not only is there loads of exciting news coming in the next few months, but the giveaways are getting better all the time (did you miss the new Nora Roberts’ signed hardcovers?). Please join us — subscribing is available from pretty much every page on Eloisa’s site!
Such great news to share–My American Duchess debuted at #6 on the New York Times bestseller list! Thanks so much to all the readers who dashed out to buy it the first week!
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Goodreads is hosting Romance Week 2016! Stop by to ask your favorite authors your burning questions. I’m there, along with Debbie Macomber, Sylvia Day and Jayne Ann Krentz, to name a few.
My American Duchess is in stores now! Smart Bitches loved it, gave it an “A” rating, and said, “I’m happy to report that My American Duchess is amazing…”
If you’d like a signed hardcover or paperback copy, please call Book Culture (212-595-1962). The book launch party was held there last night and they have just a few copies left that I signed before leaving.