Anne Gracie on Friday!

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from Mary Jo

Good news!  Anne Gracie and I have finally synched our schedules, and she’ll be a Word Wench guest this Friday, the 15th.  An Australian writer of Regency historicals, Anne’s books generate buzz on readers’ lists regularly.  She’ll be talking about her January book, THE STOLEN PRINCESS, her novelization for the Showtime series, THE TUDORS–and some topics that haven’t shown up in Wenchdom before!  Be sure to join us Friday to visit with Anne Gracie.

20 thoughts on “Anne Gracie on Friday!”

  1. Hi Anne,
    I’m a collage person, too. I love making them. In fact, I have two tacked to the wall on either side of my desk for my current ms. 🙂
    I really enjoyed learning about you and your writing. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and best of luck with The Stolen Princess!
    Carol

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  2. Hi Anne,
    I’m a collage person, too. I love making them. In fact, I have two tacked to the wall on either side of my desk for my current ms. 🙂
    I really enjoyed learning about you and your writing. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and best of luck with The Stolen Princess!
    Carol

    Reply
  3. Hi Anne,
    I’m a collage person, too. I love making them. In fact, I have two tacked to the wall on either side of my desk for my current ms. 🙂
    I really enjoyed learning about you and your writing. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and best of luck with The Stolen Princess!
    Carol

    Reply
  4. Hi Anne,
    I’m a collage person, too. I love making them. In fact, I have two tacked to the wall on either side of my desk for my current ms. 🙂
    I really enjoyed learning about you and your writing. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and best of luck with The Stolen Princess!
    Carol

    Reply
  5. Hi Anne,
    I’m a collage person, too. I love making them. In fact, I have two tacked to the wall on either side of my desk for my current ms. 🙂
    I really enjoyed learning about you and your writing. Thanks for sharing! Oh, and best of luck with The Stolen Princess!
    Carol

    Reply
  6. thanks for interviewing Anne Gracie! i remember having the privilege of meeting Anne in person when she made a brief visit to Los Angeles and the “Heyer’s Angels” were actually organized enough to arrange a high tea. she was delightful, and it’s great her books are now readily available in the US (something that was not the case when i met her…).

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  7. thanks for interviewing Anne Gracie! i remember having the privilege of meeting Anne in person when she made a brief visit to Los Angeles and the “Heyer’s Angels” were actually organized enough to arrange a high tea. she was delightful, and it’s great her books are now readily available in the US (something that was not the case when i met her…).

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  8. thanks for interviewing Anne Gracie! i remember having the privilege of meeting Anne in person when she made a brief visit to Los Angeles and the “Heyer’s Angels” were actually organized enough to arrange a high tea. she was delightful, and it’s great her books are now readily available in the US (something that was not the case when i met her…).

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  9. thanks for interviewing Anne Gracie! i remember having the privilege of meeting Anne in person when she made a brief visit to Los Angeles and the “Heyer’s Angels” were actually organized enough to arrange a high tea. she was delightful, and it’s great her books are now readily available in the US (something that was not the case when i met her…).

    Reply
  10. thanks for interviewing Anne Gracie! i remember having the privilege of meeting Anne in person when she made a brief visit to Los Angeles and the “Heyer’s Angels” were actually organized enough to arrange a high tea. she was delightful, and it’s great her books are now readily available in the US (something that was not the case when i met her…).

    Reply
  11. Beth, I so remember that wonderful afternoon tea — you and the other Los Angeles Heyerites were so generous and hospitable. And no, my books weren’t yet available in the USA — I still feel bad about taking my one copy back from Janice (who’d started reading it) to present it to the group. And I presented you guys with the gold lurex glove of friendship from the Melbourne Heyerites , LOL.
    One day I’d like to do a repeat tea, only with me paying.

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  12. Beth, I so remember that wonderful afternoon tea — you and the other Los Angeles Heyerites were so generous and hospitable. And no, my books weren’t yet available in the USA — I still feel bad about taking my one copy back from Janice (who’d started reading it) to present it to the group. And I presented you guys with the gold lurex glove of friendship from the Melbourne Heyerites , LOL.
    One day I’d like to do a repeat tea, only with me paying.

    Reply
  13. Beth, I so remember that wonderful afternoon tea — you and the other Los Angeles Heyerites were so generous and hospitable. And no, my books weren’t yet available in the USA — I still feel bad about taking my one copy back from Janice (who’d started reading it) to present it to the group. And I presented you guys with the gold lurex glove of friendship from the Melbourne Heyerites , LOL.
    One day I’d like to do a repeat tea, only with me paying.

    Reply
  14. Beth, I so remember that wonderful afternoon tea — you and the other Los Angeles Heyerites were so generous and hospitable. And no, my books weren’t yet available in the USA — I still feel bad about taking my one copy back from Janice (who’d started reading it) to present it to the group. And I presented you guys with the gold lurex glove of friendship from the Melbourne Heyerites , LOL.
    One day I’d like to do a repeat tea, only with me paying.

    Reply
  15. Beth, I so remember that wonderful afternoon tea — you and the other Los Angeles Heyerites were so generous and hospitable. And no, my books weren’t yet available in the USA — I still feel bad about taking my one copy back from Janice (who’d started reading it) to present it to the group. And I presented you guys with the gold lurex glove of friendship from the Melbourne Heyerites , LOL.
    One day I’d like to do a repeat tea, only with me paying.

    Reply

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