COMING SOON~ JUNE 24, 2015~ VIRTUE AND VALOR~ COLLETTE CAMERON…

COMING JUNE 24, 2015!

[VIRTUE AND VALOR]

{Book 2 in the “Highland Heather Romancing a Scot” series}

From Bestselling Romance author…

COLLETTE CAMERON

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Virtue and Valor, Highland Heather Romancing a Scot, Book 2. Meet Isobel Ferguson and Yancy, Earl of Ramsbury on a wild romantic romp through the Scottish Highlands. Coming June 24, 2015 from Soul Mate Publishing

 


Stay tuned…More to come later….

 

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7 Replies to “COMING SOON~ JUNE 24, 2015~ VIRTUE AND VALOR~ COLLETTE CAMERON…”

  1. Thank you, April. I'm so sorry I was late getting her today. My old lab had a stroke.

      1. Thank you for the ecard!! I wanted to talk a bit about the letter to the street team. I love the concept, except I know I have other authors on my team who just don't have the time to promote all the time. I don't want them to feel unwelcome. It's almost like I have a Collette Cameron group and within it is an active street team. I'm wondering if I could draw more participation by having a monthly giveaway for those who regularly share and promote (though I don't know how I'd track that. ) I was having a monthly giveaway, but this month I had a giveaway on my website for the Castle Brides series. I notice when I posted giveaway polls on my streetteam, lots of people responded hoping to win that never share, promote, or review. There are 171 members but I bet only 20-30 promote and another 20 interact. I have removed a few people who did nothing. Part of it is my fault because I added people who said they were interested or I thought would be interested and they have flaked out.  On the other hand, I don't want people to get the impression I'm using or exploiting them. As far as reviews go, I did just put up a notice for Virtue and Valor and a flat out said if they hadn't reviewed previous books, they weren't getting an ARC this go round. I'll jot down more thoughts. Right now, I have to get blog posts ready, write the newsletter, and score a contest. When I get rich enough, I'm hiring someone to coordinate all my blog stuff and write my newsletter too! xoxoCollette

  2. If you’re feeling emotionally disconnected from your partner, start asking questions about feelings (and don’t blame or make assumptions).

  3. Ask your partner if you are on the same page in terms of relationship expectations. You may discuss moving in together, sexual satisfaction, marriage, children, or plans to move. Be clear on what you want and how your partner fits in with that.

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