Yesterday saw the release of my latest and final audiobook for Christie Capps, which means that all four stories are available at all markets in print, eBook, and audio.
I also released a boxed set of these four stories. It’s entitled, “Something: Old, New, Later, True” and is available at all major retailers in print and eBook. Here is the Amazon link: Something
Will there be any more short stories? Not this year. Next year? I’m not as set in my mind as I was so there may be. In fact, I’ve purchased covers just in case the muse pushes and shoves until it gets its way.
My FINAL Christie Capps story, “A Forever Kind of Love” went live on Amazon yesterday for Kindle. Other markets such as Nook, Google Play, iTunes, and Kobo should be up and running over the next week. The cover for the print book is being formatted and I’m hoping to have it ready to upload within the week. Audio production is being arranged. Here’s the link: Forever Love
I will share that of all four Christie Capps stories I’ve written in the past few months, this particular one is my favorite. Mr. Darcy is struggling with the realization he has reached middle age in addition to attempting to take charge of finding the perfect mate for his eldest son. This story is romantic (and slightly laced with humor). I fell a bit in love with Alexander Darcy and the young woman who finally caught his eye. I hope you do as well.
Also available this week is the audiobook for Mr. Darcy’s Mail-Order Bride. The narrator did an outstanding job. I’m so proud!
I look forward to hearing your opinions of these offerings from both Christie Capps and J Dawn King – or, of course, me.
I am very pleased to announce the release of my modern Pride & Prejudice Novella entitled, “The Perfect Present”. I adore this story and hope you do as well. Reviewers online left the following comments:
“I absolutely loved this story. Easily 5-star worthy. Sweet, romantic, and excessively funny.”
“I needed a good laugh and there is nothing better than a sweet, funny Darcy.”
“A delightful story. I loved it.”
This is written in the style of “Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day” although it is set in the fictitious town of Meryton, somewhere in the USA.
Here is the Amazon link: The Perfect Gift
This story is also available at all other retail markets in eBook format and will be released in print within the next week or so. Audio production has also started with an expected release date the end of September.
For the most part, my life is an opened book. However, since the first of the year, I’ve been hiding something from JAFF readers and it has been a HUGE challenge for me to keep it to myself. Well, almost to myself. With the exception of a few close friends and family members, nobody knew. Are you curious?
I’ve been writing short stories under a pen name. Yes, I’m Christie Capps, author of Mr. Darcy’s Bad Day and For Pemberley. To discover why I’ve kept this a secret, please click over to Rita Deodato’s blog: From Pemberley to Milton
This exciting news comes with a giveaway on her site. Please don’t forget to comment on her post (not this one) so you can be entered.
If you don’t want to click the link, here is a little glimpse of my work. (Ok, a fairly large glimpse.)