January Newsletter 2013

A Most Unsuitable Earl is Now Available Everywhere!

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I’m happy to say that this book is now available on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Sony, Diesel, and iTunes!  Below are the links if interested:

Amazon

Smashwords

Barnes and Noble

Kobo

Sony

Diesel

iTunes

Current Works in Progress

Last month was spent getting my house ready for sale, so I made no real progress in writing.  I have, however, now picked up on writing again.  I am working on two contemporaries at the moment.  They are both part of the Across the Stars series.

Book 1 is Suddenly a Bride.

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Book 2 is Mark Tanner and Lexie Rogers’ romance.

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Book 3 is Sandy Davis’ Romance

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I’m just starting chapter six in this one.  Sandy shows up in Book 1 as Caitlyn’s best friend who works at the diner.  I’m hoping to give her a scene in Runaway Bride (but I haven’t gotten that far into the book yet).  I’d like to do more to establish Sandy’s character and the reason why she’s “anti-man” because she does have a good reason for being bitter when it comes to men and relationships.  Anyway, in book 3, she is just about done writing her fantasy novel, and in this novel, she’s ready to kill off the villain.  Well, the villain sucks her into the story to try to convince her to let him live.  😀

What Else I Might Work On Soon

I haven’t decided for sure, but I’m thinking of either going for Forever Yours (Dave and Mary Larson’s third romance) or The Earl’s Scandalous Wife (Perry, Lord Clement’s romance).  I finally got the idea for Perry’s book, and I think it’ll be fun to put him in the middle of a scandal since he’s always been a straight and narrow kind of guy.  Next month, I should have a better idea of what other book I’ll be doing and hopefully have an idea of when I can publish Runaway Bride and His Abducted Bride.

Hope everyone is having a great January!

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About Ruth Ann Nordin

Ruth Ann Nordin mainly writes historical western romances and Regencies. From time to time, she branches out to contemporaries romances and other genres (such as science fiction thrillers). For more information, please go to www.ruthannnordin.com or check out http://ruthannnordinauthorblog.wordpress.com.
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