Free Fiction Monday: Standing Up For Grace

Imperia Encanto, the oldest daughter of Prince Charming and Cinderella, can’t stop the girls at her exclusive private school from picking on her sister Grace. In her home Kingdom, Princess Imperia merely frowns to make everyone do her bidding. But in Beverly Hills, no one believes in fairy tales. Too young to have magic, unable to charm like her father does, Imperia relies on something […]

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Business Musings: Art (Rethinking The Writing Business Part Six)

The eagle-eyed among you will note that we changed the cover of the brand-new Kristine Grayson release about two weeks after the book came out. Allyson Longuiera, the publisher of WMG and our designer, discusses the reasons why in her blog of a few weeks ago. The short version is really simple: the art on the cover appeared on another book first. Another fairy tale […]

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Summer Sizzles

I don’t have to tell most Americans that, after the week they just had. The hottest heat index in some cases ever over more than half the country. What can you do besides sit in some shade and read? Not much, unless you have air conditioning. Thank heavens we have it here in Las Vegas, or I couldn’t live here at all. But I remember […]

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Hidden Charm! The First New Grayson Novel in Seven Years!

Yeah, it took me that long to get past an abusive publishing relationship and a few life events, so that I could feel light and hopeful again. I planned to write Hidden Charm as soon as I finished Charming Blue in 2011. Instead, I found myself fighting my publishing company, demanding that they release me from my contract because the editor who handled my work […]

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Tiffany, Brittany, And Crystal Get Their Own Omnibus (Or…The Grayson Rebrand Continues)

As many of you know, I finished a new Kristine Grayson novel, Hidden Charm, which will appear in June. Allyson Longuiera at WMG Publishing and I decided to use that opportunity to rebrand the entire series. I also put together omnibuses (I like omnibi better, even if it is wrong) of many of the books, including the author-preferred editions of volumes that you can get […]

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The Grayson Rebrand Continues With The Fates Omnibus

I told you all last time how thrilled I am that we are rebranding my Kristine Grayson books. WMG Publishing released the first three books that I wrote as Kristine Grayson in an omnibus last month, called The Charming Trilogy Vol. 1. There’s a lot of extras in that book, including essays about writing and some lovely light promotion pieces. This month, we have three […]

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Space Opera Bundling, Romance Secrets, And A Reminder

I figured Gavin would get your attention. When he looks at me like that, he usually gets mine. I promised you a week or so ago that I would have a lot of fun announcements, and I do! I’m going to try to spread the news out a bit, but that’s tough, because there’s so much of it. Fun Fantasy Romance First, for those of […]

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Business Musings: Rebranding, Rethinking, Refreshing

This is the second or third blog post that I’ve written on rebranding the Kristine Grayson fantasy-romance series. Because we’ve had a heck of a time marketing these books. This new rebrand comes after I turned in the latest Grayson book in early December. It took me almost a decade to write a new Grayson book in the main part of the series. I had […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Name-calling

LizBet wants to accept Van’s marriage proposal, but she can’t say yes until she figures out what to do about her last name. Should she take his? Should she keep hers? Such a simple thing. How come it feels so hard?

“Name-calling,” by bestselling author Kristine Grayson, is free on this website for one week only.

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Business Musings: I Had No Life (The December Process Blog)

A few weeks ago, I asked my Patreon supporters to let me know what they thought were the big take-aways in 2018. Since I had so many life changes and adventures in 2018, I wasn’t able to keep up on everything in the industry the way I usually do. The Patreon folk came through, and I have a list, which goes with my Master Business […]

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