Ta daa! The RNA anthology LOVES ME, LOVES ME NOT is published in paperback today!
It is crammed to the covers with forty-four fabulous love stories written by terrifically talented authors from the remarkable Romantic Novelists' Association.
(See what I did there? Alliteration. Gotta love it.)
As well as a very nice contemporary story from me called Love's Colours, there are Regencies from my good friends Louise Allen, Nicola Cornick, Joanna Maitland and Amanda Grange and contemporaries from my Transita-stablemates Sue Moorcroft and Jane Gordon-Cumming.
Then there's a lovely Marshal-related story from historical superstar, Elizabeth Chadwick as well as contemporaries from Liz Fielding, Gill Sanderson, Sophie Weston, Katie Fforde, Judy Astley, Joanna Trollope, Carole Matthews, Anita Burgh, Rosie Harris, Adele Parks...
The list just goes on and on. Contemporaries, historicals, the odd fairy, timeslip and paranormal. And guess what? I've got a splendidly shiny copy to give away!
So, if you'd like to win this celebration of the Romantic Novelists' Association's Fifty Fabulous Years to date, just leave me an alliterative comment.
Even if it's only a little bit alliterative.
Just a couple of matching first letters will do.
Closing date, February 14th. When else?