Monday, November 2, 2015


Sisters can be pretty awesome sometimes. My sister, Dona, got into a FB Book Launch event. She sent me a link and though nothing was given up front about the books, the event was a blast! Forty-Five Fabulous authors with a Sooper Sekrit announcement to make at the end of the evening.

The Book Launch was for a Fifty-Book series! Yes, you heard me 50! As in a book set in each of the 50 states. Here's the promo they sent to Romantic Times

Be a part of an unprecedented event as forty-five authors come together to bring you a new series of epic proportions. On fifty consecutive days beginning November 19, 2015, a romance will be published featuring a mail order bride, one set in each of the fifty states. The books will be released in the order they were admitted to the union. The stories all take place in 1890, when a factory fire in the East burns to the ground, leaving these women unemployed. Share the experiences of these women as they seek love and new lives across the United States. 

And here is a portion of what they sent to USA Today that gives you a bit of the premise:

The year is 1890, and the initial premise, with a prequel written by USA Today best-selling author, Kirsten Osbourne, is that these girls all work together in the Mill town of Lawrence, MA in a sweat shop environment where they are all seamstresses. A fire that levels the building and business puts the girls all out of work and without many options. In Beckham, MA, there is a match-maker, Elizabeth, that plants the idea with the girls of becoming mail-order brides. Each girl moves to a different state as a mail-order bride, and eventually finds love.

If you follow my blog you know that Jayson's Range is a mail-order bride book so this series had my full attention right away. 

The concept is to release one book a day through January 7th. 

Beginning on Wednesday November 4th, I will post a link to the Prequel by Kirsten Osbourne. 

Since I don't want to flood you with just guest appearances, I will be hosting one of the authors each Wednesday until we've completed the series. So while some of them will have been out for awhile, you can still get to know the author and any new things they have in the works. 

I hope you'll sign up for reminders or just plan to stop by each Wednesday so you don't miss any part of this exciting new venture and meet some talented authors.



  1. Thank you so very much for posting about the AMOB Series. I look forward to following every week. I have Cora, Mail-Order Bride of South Dakota due out on Dec 28. Once again, thank you for your support.

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