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A few updates…

I’ve been quiet lately, so here are a few updates:

1. The Officer and the Bostoner is FREE at Amazon from now until Sunday.
Bostoner New 3
As most of you know, a few months ago when I published Jessie: Bride of South Carolina as part of the 50-States American Mail Order Bride series, I temporarily moved all three of my other westerns into Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program to help generate interest in both directions.

Long story short, that marketing plan was not a success, however, as part of this program, I’m able to make the book temporarily free! So, if you haven’t started the series yet, now’s a great time!

Here’s the Amazon link:


2. Final days of books available in Kindle Unlimited.

All four of my westerns (The Officer and the Bostoner, The Officer and the Southerner, The Officer and the Traveler and Jessie: Bride of South Carolina) are currently enrolled in the Kindle Unlimited program and will be for approximately 10 more days. If you are a subscriber and have been waiting to read one of my westerns or any of the 50 American Mail Order Bride books, you still have time to start!

And the reason I’ve been so…out of touch…

3. Passions of a Gentleman is further along than ever!

RG_PassionsofaGentlemanw.snWithout boring everyone with details, I started this book with a bang! Then crap…er…I mean, life happened. If my lack of blog posts has been any indication, it’s been a rough almost two years. I can’t possibly remember all the times I’ve been overwhelmed with my surroundings and I’ve given up on this story…then restarted. Over and over it’s happened. It’s been brutal. Poor Simon!

Anyway, about six months I finally put it aside for what I hoped wouldn’t be forever, but wasn’t willing to say that wasn’t true. About two weeks ago, I opened up the file and have started it again with all new ideas and motivation. I can happily report that all of my pervious attempts usually landed me somewhere between 3,000-10,000 words. The first time was the best, however, as I had 16,000 words (like I said, I started with a bang). I have currently surpassed that and I’m on a roll!! I am hoping *fingers crossed* that this book will be done and available in April! As soon as I get through the first draft and start edits, I’ll nail down a definite date and announce a pre-order.

These past few years haven’t been easy and I want to thank you all for sticking by me and your continued support. I couldn’t have asked for better readers!


6 thoughts on “A few updates…”

  1. Ms. Gordon,
    As long as YOU feel this publication worthy of having YOUR name attached then who cares if this story needed more time for Simon’s novel to roll along… He deserves something fitting… đŸ™‚
    I won’t lie as a reader and say it isn’t frustrating waiting for the next book but I prefer waiting for quality over a rush to publish that disappoints me. I’ve never felt that way about your books by the way!
    Keep us laughing with you and please enjoy writing for yourself first because if you continue then we will have more books to read!

  2. Henrietta just gives you troubles, doesn’t she? I’m very eager to read her story, have been for years, but take as much time as you need. I hope you are right and her (and Simon’s) book will be out in April, but if it isn’t I’ll be happy so long as it does come out eventually and I get to read that book. Glad to hear that it is coming along.

    1. You know, it’s not necessarily Henrietta this time around–it’s me! Thank you for sticking with me so long and hopefully it all works out this time. So far, so good!

  3. Thank you for your post on passions of a gentleman! I was about to drive myself crazy trying to find this book lol. Now I will wait patiently and enjoy it I’m sure as much as I have your other books.

    1. Oh, you’re not crazy at all. I get emails almost daily about where this book is. I wish I’d never “set a date” with it, but I did and unfortunately it’s upset a lot of people. So, thank you so much for your promise to stick with me and wait! As soon as it’s done, I’ll be shouting it from the mountain tops. Believe me.

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