It’s launch day my friends! After many months of research and writing and more months still in the production process, Médicis Daughter steps out on stage. If you haven’t already pre-ordered your copy (and if you have, thanks and please take a picture of your copy “in the wild” and share it with me on social media), you can now find it wherever books are sold. For easy, on-line, purchase links just click over to the Médicis Daughter page of this website.
I look forward to hearing what readers think of my Valois heroine and her family.
It is launch day at last! I am off to celebrate at a luncheon including two of my favorite historical authors—Kate Quinn and Stephanie Dray. But don’t hate me.
The truth is, launching a book involves more work (and sheer terror) than it does champagne. And what launching a debut novel entails in this age of social media is one of the topics I discuss today at The Paperback Swap. Other subjects on the table—why I chose to focus The Sister Queens on only two of the four daughters of Raymond Berenger, Count of Provence; a family controversy about whether I am more like Marguerite or Eleanor; and the book I am working on next.
Oh and you just might win a copy of The Sister Queens in the Paperback Swap giveaway.