Monday, 24 February 2020

Writing, Blogs and Bargain

Once again, time has run away, we’re more than halfway through February – and I’ve been neglecting my blog again. However, I have been writing shorter items and submitting them. I was delighted to have one acceptance from The People's Friend so far and one for an article submitted to an online magazine. More details when I have them!

The RNA is still celebrating this month of romance reading and any readers out there can join the very friendly Romantic Fiction Book Club on Facebook.

I’m very pleased to be on Brenda Whiteside’s blog on Monday 24th, mentioning a couple of the locations in my most recent novel, Highcrag. To mark the occasion, and the month of romance, Highcrag is being reduced for the very first time and for one week only to 99p (99c): 23rd Feb-1st March.


Highcrag is a little longer and darker than my previous novels but has some good five-star reviews so far. Here's a short blurb:

When Cate Stewart takes a job cataloguing the unusual library at Highcrag in Scotland, as she has a personal interest in the notorious Scottish witch trials of 16th and 17th century, the past begins to affect the present. As Samhain approaches, who can she trust?

It's already received some great five-star reviews but I only discovered this morning one on Amazon Australia from a top 500 reviewer that absolutely thrilled me as Mary Stewart is one of my all-time favourite romantic suspense writers:

"Enjoyable gothic romantic suspense, reminiscent of the old Mary Stewart books"  

Highcrag is available on Amazon UK, Amazon US or wherever you are, and the paperback can also be ordered through bookshops or via libraries.

Rosemary

2 comments:

Carolb said...

Fab reviews Rosemary, congratulations. :-)

The weeks have passed so quickly, and it's March next week. At least it means spring will soon be here.

Rosemary Gemmell said...

Thanks, Carol! yes, even an autumn/winter person like me is looking forward to spring.