Fame, Part II

From Susan/Miranda:

OK, so I lied. We writers DO want a little celebrity — but for our books, not ourselves.

My new historical novel DUCHESS will be released next week (August 1), and I’ve finally, finally gotten my new website up and running to give Her Grace a fitting launch into the world. I’d be delighted if you’d all stop by and take a peek. The address: http://www.susanhollowayscott.com

30 thoughts on “Fame, Part II”

  1. The site is GORGEOUS, Susan Miranda! Gorgeous, classy, and exactly right for the book. Which is also gorgeous and classy, since I was lucky enough to read it early. 🙂 My compliments to the webdesigner.
    Mary Jo

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  2. The site is GORGEOUS, Susan Miranda! Gorgeous, classy, and exactly right for the book. Which is also gorgeous and classy, since I was lucky enough to read it early. 🙂 My compliments to the webdesigner.
    Mary Jo

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  3. The site is GORGEOUS, Susan Miranda! Gorgeous, classy, and exactly right for the book. Which is also gorgeous and classy, since I was lucky enough to read it early. 🙂 My compliments to the webdesigner.
    Mary Jo

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  4. YEA! I’ve been meaning to ask you about your website or when you were going to get one. And now you’ve already answered that one.
    One request. Would you consider adding a page that tells if/how/which books are linked in a series?

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  5. YEA! I’ve been meaning to ask you about your website or when you were going to get one. And now you’ve already answered that one.
    One request. Would you consider adding a page that tells if/how/which books are linked in a series?

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  6. YEA! I’ve been meaning to ask you about your website or when you were going to get one. And now you’ve already answered that one.
    One request. Would you consider adding a page that tells if/how/which books are linked in a series?

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  7. Oops, I just noticed the asterisks and such on the Miranda Jarrett bibliography page that answers my above request. So nix that one, too.
    The website looks lovely.

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  8. Oops, I just noticed the asterisks and such on the Miranda Jarrett bibliography page that answers my above request. So nix that one, too.
    The website looks lovely.

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  9. Oops, I just noticed the asterisks and such on the Miranda Jarrett bibliography page that answers my above request. So nix that one, too.
    The website looks lovely.

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  10. The site is gorgeous, Susan Miranda, and I enjoyed your other blog too. Now I am more eager to read the book. I even have my sister, a political scientist whom I cannot convert to romance, excited about Duchess.

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  11. The site is gorgeous, Susan Miranda, and I enjoyed your other blog too. Now I am more eager to read the book. I even have my sister, a political scientist whom I cannot convert to romance, excited about Duchess.

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  12. The site is gorgeous, Susan Miranda, and I enjoyed your other blog too. Now I am more eager to read the book. I even have my sister, a political scientist whom I cannot convert to romance, excited about Duchess.

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  13. From Susan/Miranda:
    Many thanks for your comments! All the applause belongs to my webmistress, Mollie Smith, and designer, Mara Lubelle. This was their first “historical” site, and they really rose to the challenge.
    Denise, I’m glad you found the astrisks. 🙂 We were trying to find a way to sort out all those “series” of Miranda Jarrett books, and this seemed to be the best. I also hope at some point to put up the family tree of the granddaddy series, the Sparhawk Family (I think that one ran to ten books!) You really do need a scorecard to keep everybody straight in those.
    Wylene, I’m glad you keep trying to convert your sister to the wicked path of romance, even if she’s….resisted. But if she’s a political scientist, she’ll love Sarah Churchill. Sarah so loved politics that I’m sure if she’d been born in the 20th century instead of the 17th, she would surely have become prime minister herself (though where that would have left her descendent Sir Winston, I can only guess!)

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  14. From Susan/Miranda:
    Many thanks for your comments! All the applause belongs to my webmistress, Mollie Smith, and designer, Mara Lubelle. This was their first “historical” site, and they really rose to the challenge.
    Denise, I’m glad you found the astrisks. 🙂 We were trying to find a way to sort out all those “series” of Miranda Jarrett books, and this seemed to be the best. I also hope at some point to put up the family tree of the granddaddy series, the Sparhawk Family (I think that one ran to ten books!) You really do need a scorecard to keep everybody straight in those.
    Wylene, I’m glad you keep trying to convert your sister to the wicked path of romance, even if she’s….resisted. But if she’s a political scientist, she’ll love Sarah Churchill. Sarah so loved politics that I’m sure if she’d been born in the 20th century instead of the 17th, she would surely have become prime minister herself (though where that would have left her descendent Sir Winston, I can only guess!)

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  15. From Susan/Miranda:
    Many thanks for your comments! All the applause belongs to my webmistress, Mollie Smith, and designer, Mara Lubelle. This was their first “historical” site, and they really rose to the challenge.
    Denise, I’m glad you found the astrisks. 🙂 We were trying to find a way to sort out all those “series” of Miranda Jarrett books, and this seemed to be the best. I also hope at some point to put up the family tree of the granddaddy series, the Sparhawk Family (I think that one ran to ten books!) You really do need a scorecard to keep everybody straight in those.
    Wylene, I’m glad you keep trying to convert your sister to the wicked path of romance, even if she’s….resisted. But if she’s a political scientist, she’ll love Sarah Churchill. Sarah so loved politics that I’m sure if she’d been born in the 20th century instead of the 17th, she would surely have become prime minister herself (though where that would have left her descendent Sir Winston, I can only guess!)

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  16. Love the site design! Clean and pretty, plus the texture on the side with the beautiful prints really makes it special.
    Plus the book cover is really excellent — congrats!!! : D

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  17. Love the site design! Clean and pretty, plus the texture on the side with the beautiful prints really makes it special.
    Plus the book cover is really excellent — congrats!!! : D

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  18. Love the site design! Clean and pretty, plus the texture on the side with the beautiful prints really makes it special.
    Plus the book cover is really excellent — congrats!!! : D

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  19. Hi Susan 🙂
    I’m sure you’ve heard ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ but I didn’t understand Sarah’s portrait until I read your words. Wow! Your elegantly designed site certainly whetted my appetite for your book. Now I can’t wait to meet this woman whom you speak of with such eloquence and grace. I’m off to Amazon.com.
    Nina

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  20. Hi Susan 🙂
    I’m sure you’ve heard ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ but I didn’t understand Sarah’s portrait until I read your words. Wow! Your elegantly designed site certainly whetted my appetite for your book. Now I can’t wait to meet this woman whom you speak of with such eloquence and grace. I’m off to Amazon.com.
    Nina

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  21. Hi Susan 🙂
    I’m sure you’ve heard ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ but I didn’t understand Sarah’s portrait until I read your words. Wow! Your elegantly designed site certainly whetted my appetite for your book. Now I can’t wait to meet this woman whom you speak of with such eloquence and grace. I’m off to Amazon.com.
    Nina

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  22. Nina said: “I’m off to Amazon.com”
    Nina, did you know that whenever you jump to Amazon from the Word Wenches site, we get credit for it if you buy anything? It doesn’t have to be a Wench book, either, though that’s always nice.
    When I want to buy something from Amazon, I go to the Wenches site first, then click on a book link in the right sidebar. That’ll take me to Amazon. From there, I can then proceed to make my intended purchase.
    The credit points are small, but they do add up, and it helps defray the costs of maintaining this site. I now return you to your regularly scheduled programming!
    Sherrie

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  23. Nina said: “I’m off to Amazon.com”
    Nina, did you know that whenever you jump to Amazon from the Word Wenches site, we get credit for it if you buy anything? It doesn’t have to be a Wench book, either, though that’s always nice.
    When I want to buy something from Amazon, I go to the Wenches site first, then click on a book link in the right sidebar. That’ll take me to Amazon. From there, I can then proceed to make my intended purchase.
    The credit points are small, but they do add up, and it helps defray the costs of maintaining this site. I now return you to your regularly scheduled programming!
    Sherrie

    Reply
  24. Nina said: “I’m off to Amazon.com”
    Nina, did you know that whenever you jump to Amazon from the Word Wenches site, we get credit for it if you buy anything? It doesn’t have to be a Wench book, either, though that’s always nice.
    When I want to buy something from Amazon, I go to the Wenches site first, then click on a book link in the right sidebar. That’ll take me to Amazon. From there, I can then proceed to make my intended purchase.
    The credit points are small, but they do add up, and it helps defray the costs of maintaining this site. I now return you to your regularly scheduled programming!
    Sherrie

    Reply

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