Lesbian historical fiction (Lesbian Book Bingo #2)

If you haven’t heard of the Lesbian Book Bingo before now, it’s not too late to join! In short, it’s a year-long reading challenge where you’re trying to read one book for each square on the bingo card—and you can win great books while doing it. If you need to brush up on how Lesbian Book Bingo is played, check out the rules. I’ll post suggestions for a new square on the first and third Thursday of each month. Today, I’ll be covering the “historical fiction” square. Part of the fun and the challenge of the Lesbian Book Bingo is …

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Giveaway: Win a free copy of my historical romance

It’s been about two months since my latest novel, Shaken to the Core, has been published. Sales are going well, and the book is getting great reviews. So, as a thank-you to my loyal readers, it’s time for a giveaway. To enter the drawing for a signed copy of Shaken to the Core, send an e-mail to jae@jae-fiction.com and answer the following question: How many English books over 50,000 words have I published so far? Please don’t leave a comment on this blog, or you might give away the correct answer to your competitors for the paperback! :-)  I’ll announce …

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Writing hours in May 2016

Let me share the most exciting news first: My lesbian historical romance Shaken to the Core has been published today! I counted, and it’s novel #13 for me (Good thing I’m not superstitious). You’d think it would get old, but it doesn’t. I’m still as excited to see my new book out as if it were the very first. So, if you read it, let me know what you think. Right now, it’s available at the Ylva Publishing web store and as a pre-order at all major online bookstores, including Amazon, where it’ll be released on June 15. May was a …

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Writing hours in January 2016

Two “writing hours” posts in two days… That has to be a first! :-) The first month of 2016 is over. It wasn’t the most pleasant start into the new year–the cold from hell kept me up with almost no sleep for several days in a row–but all in all, I can’t complain. I crossed the 100,000-word mark in my work-in-progress, Shaken to the Core, on the last day of January. Here’s the shiny new blurb for the novel: Kate Winthrop, the only child of a wealthy shipping magnate, has the course of her life charted for her by her parents. …

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