Her Lady To Love

November 10, 2020|
Her Lady To Love by Jane Walsh
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Passion and romance combine in this love story of two compelling, contemporary women. Romantic fiction that provides excitement and passion is in high demand and this fresh, contemporary look at today’s issues will more than satisfy.

Publisher is well known for producing award winning romances with over one hundred titles short-listed for awards from multiple associations. Publisher is a recognized publisher by the Romance Writers of America and the Mystery Writers of America.

Author is proactive and has release appearances scheduled for national venues in 2020-2021, promising to establish a solid readership for this title.

Online marketing plan: direct to customer newsletters and new release announcements (Email lists of over 5000 readers) from Publisher, Author, and Distributor; New release email announcements direct to bookstores from Publisher; website excerpts on Publisher and Authors’ websites including Facebook; Publisher and Authors’ Twitter feeds. Distribution of e-galleys via Netgalley. Print Marketing: Print advertising; direct to customer flyers via Distributor (Mailing list 20,000 plus); PMA acquisitions librarian mailouts quarterly; BEA and ALA as PMA member, international event sponsorships. Author tours and publisher-sponsored events.
Jane Walsh is a queer historical romance novelist who loves everything Regency. She is delighted to have the opportunity to put her studies in history and costume design to good use by writing love stories. She owes a great debt of gratitude to the local coffee shop for fueling her novel writing endeavors. Jane''s happily ever after is...
Title:Her Lady To Love
Product dimensions:8.5 X 5.5 X 1 in
Shipping dimensions:8.5 X 5.5 X 1 in
Published:November 10, 2020
Publisher:Bold Strokes Books
ISBN - 13:9781635558098

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