So you say you’d love to win a copy of RIBBONS OF SCARLET: A Novel of the French Revolution’s Women? GOOD NEWS a massive (think 100 copies mes amis) #GIVEAWAY just got underway on Goodreads!

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This is your chance to get a copy of my latest, and one of 2019’s most anticipated works of historical fiction, long before it is on shelves or your amazon pre-order (a very good idea by the way) arrives.
 
I was absolutely thrilled to be one of the #scarletsisters involved in writing this novel, along with Kate Quinn, Stephanie Dray, Author, Heather Webb, Laura Kamoie and Eliza Knight. And I can assure you the novel is as breathtaking in its historical sweep and compelling in its cast of amazing female characters as the pool of author talent involved is impressive.
 

Drum roll please (okay maybe not, that does remind one of the moments before the blade falls on the guillotine—at least if one is an aristo) . . .

Here it is,cover of my next novel RIBBONS OF SCARLET–co-authored with the amazing Kate Quinn, Stephanie Dray, Heather Webb, Eliza Knight and Laura Kamoie!!!

Are those the Market Women, members of the original WOMEN’S MARCH, marching on Versailles? Why yes!!!  But my role in RIBBONS OF SCARLET was to offer the story of the only Royalist—The king’s intelligent, pious, and ultimately daring sister Princess Elisabeth, who takes a stand to defend her brother, spirit her family to safety, and restore the old order, even at the risk of her head.

As Madame Elisabeth scrambles to save those she loves, and the women of Paris march on towards Revolution and their destinies, you dear readers can march to your favorite purveyor of books and PRE-ORDER your copy of RIBBONS OF SCARLET (which will release October 1) TODAY!

Here are those handy “buy” links–
Amazon 
Barnes & Noble
Kobo
Indiebound 

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It’s time for another sneak-peek into the world of my next novel—RIBBONS OF SCARLET (coming October 1, 2019). WE HAVE OUR OFFICIAL COVER COPY, guaranteed to give you all the feels!

HERE IS A TEASER . . . .

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DO YOU HAVE THE SHIVERS YET? CLICK THE LINK AND READ the back-cover in full.  Then don’t forget to pre-order your copy!  Because #historicalfiction rules!

Dear faithful fans and readers,

I am over the moon to be able to AT LAST share this BIG NEWS with you! Fall 2019 will see some new Sophie Perinot (written in conjunction with my brilliant co-authors from History 360: The Historical Fiction Collective) on sale and shelves everywhere—a revolutionary telling of the French revolution from a purely female perspective! Here is the deal announcement from Publishers Marketplace:

RIBBONS OF SCARLET, a novel about the women of the French Revolution, featuring royals and peasants, harlots and wives, and fanatics and philosophers across the political spectrum who plotted, fought, marched, and crossed each other’s paths at Versailles and on the tumultuous streets, in an attempt to defend their beliefs, open new doors for women, and create a bold and equal new world–by bestselling authors Kate Quinn, Laura Kamoie, Stephanie Dray, E. Knight, Heather Webb and Sophie Perinot, at auction to Tessa Woodward at William Morrow by Kevan Lyon at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency in a good deal.

We are looking at an Autumn 2019 release. BELIEVE ME you have NEVER read anything like this. So mark your calendars and, to make certain you don’t miss the cover release or any extra snippets and goodies, if you are on Facebook, please to LIKE/FOLLOW all of our author pages!

[Facebook Author page links: Moi, Stephanie, Laura, Eliza, Kate and Heather]

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Greer Macallister, bestselling author of THE MAGICIAN’S LIE and GIRL IN DISGUISE. is doing a wonderful series of #womenshistoryreads interviews in honor of WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH. So far she has featured some of my favorite authors like Kate Quinn, Allison Pataki, Sarah McCoy and Heather Webb.

TODAY IT IS MY TURN! Check out our wide-ranging discussion touching on everything from historical graffiti, the bond between sisters (even when they are queens) and how historical women would identify with the stories of today’s #metoo movement.
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Hey New England Historical Fiction Fans! The weather will be GORGEOUS this weekend and you don’t really want to do that yard-work. Come out and see Heather Webb and me on a panel moderated by Anne Easter Smith. We will be discussing the hot new trend in historical fiction: collaborative works, from anthologies to high-concept multi-author novels.  I PROMISE we will be more entertaining than cutting the grass.

The Festival opens on Friday but our panel will be Saturday afternoon. Here are the details:

“Collaborative Historical Fiction: It’s All About Teamwork”

2:30 PM Saturday, April 29

at the First Religious Society

Unitarian Universalist Church

26 Pleasant Street

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