Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Happy Release Day! NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS is on the shelf



The fourth installment in the Jane Jameson series hits the shelves today!!

For a special excerpt of NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS, see my page at Heroes and Heartbreakers. Click here to preview.



And to answer your questions, yes, the Audible version of the book is also available today. Click here to order.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Book Club Sighting



See what happens when you invite me to your book club a week before a release? You get copies of NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS before they hit the shelves!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Jane 4 Giveaway: WINNERS

Congratulations to those who won signed copies of NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS! The randomly selected names are:

Red

Kiki Loves Polish

Beatriz Lins

Catalina Sunwoo

Kristin

Send me your shipping address to jane.jameson AT hotmail.com. (Please don't post your home address in the comment section.)

Thank you all so much for participating. I really appreciate all of your help promoting the release of the fourth Jane book! It hits shelves on Feb. 28.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Nice Girls 3.5 - NICE GIRLS DON'T SIGN A LEASE WITHOUT A WEDDING RING

Several people have asked me to re-post the link to the "Extra" Nice Girls material I wrote in 2010, entitled NICE GIRLS DON'T SIGN A LEASE WITHOUT A WEDDING RING. This takes place between NICE GIRLS DON'T LIVE FOREVER and NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS, and explains how Jane and Gabriel came to live together.

To read the excerpt, click here.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY: Jane 4 Giveaway




Happy Valentine's Day, everybody!

In the spirit of sharing the love, I'm going to give away five signed advance copies of NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS, released on Feb. 28.

Our girl Jane is finally getting married. Because she can't be trusted with the guest list for the wedding, Jane's mama has posted the invitation all over Half-Moon Hollow. And we're going to make that situation worse!

Post Jane's "wedding invitation" on your blog, Facebook page, Tumblr, Twitter, or social networking outlet of your choice, and post the link here in the comments section. Each link will qualify you for one entry in a random drawing for a copy of NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS.

Post something along the lines of "You're invited to the wedding of Nice Girl Jane Jameson to Gabriel Nightengale. NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS hits the shelves on Feb. 28."

If you would like to tag me, my Facebook page is Molly Harper, Author and I tweet at @mollyharperauth.

Entries close on Monday, Feb. 20. Winners will be announced on Feb. 21. Thanks in advance for participaitng!

Friday, February 3, 2012

DRIVING MR. DEAD Giveaway Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the DRIVING MR. DEAD Giveaway. I've never had so many participants in one of my giveaways before and I am really appreciative.

Here's the list of winners:

StephLRX

EerieJogger

DianneBug

Christine

MK

Michelle

Eden

NDulgent Blogger

HeatherAnglin

JenniferStewart

If you will send me your e-mail addresses to jane.jameson AT hotmail.com, I will send you a copy of the e-book as soon as possible.

Thank you so much to everybody who participated and helped me spread the word about DRIVING MR. DEAD.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

RT Book Reviews gives NICE GIRLS DON'T BITE THEIR NEIGHBORS a 4.5 star review

The latest installment in Harper’s Jane Jameson series definitely delivers as Jane gets ready to make some big steps in her undead life. The story is fraught with delicious tension over the wedding, Gabriel’s safety and the meanness that is Grandma Ruthie. Only Jane could see her family through a situation with so many bad possible outcomes.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

I'm going to turn out like that writer in The Shining, aren't I?

So, today was my first day as a full-time author. I had a schedule all worked out. I figured with all this free time, I would get twice as much accomplished as before. But it turned out, I was a little too ambitious. My day went a little something like this:

5:23 a.m. – I blearily glance up at the clock, despite the fact that the alarm is not going off. I have been waking up at 5:30 for the last six years. So, clearly, despite the fact that I overslept twice last week, my body clock has decided to be jerk about the whole “first day off” thing. I close my eyes again, determined to sleep until at least 6.

5:29 a.m. – … Still awake.

5:36 a.m. – Dang it. I can’t sleep, so I get up and go to the kitchen because I promised Darcy I’d make muffins for breakfast.

6:20 a.m. – Muffin FAIL. They wouldn’t peel off of the little paper cups. The kids had to eat them with a fork. Why is it that when I’m not trying to be Martha Stewart, my cooking turns out really well? But now, I’m trying to be all domestic, and I’ve made tiny blueberry bricks.

8:02 a.m. – Darcy is on the bus and I glance in the mirror before getting Carter out the door to preschool. I am officially one of those women wearing yoga pants and a hoodie, and huge oversized sunglasses. All I'm missing is a little dog in a designer handbag. I immediately change into an old college t-shirt.

9:06 a.m. – Oh, holy crap, I forgot how much I hated elliptical machines. And the people who use them enthusiastically.

10:00 a.m. – One of my many resolutions this year was to volunteer for the kids’ schools and activities more often. I will no longer guiltily ignore the fliers pleading for people to work on the book fair, the fall festival, etc. So today, I start working as a library volunteer at Darcy’s elementary school. (One resolution down- suck on that, laws of probability!)

Since my first act as a volunteer consisted of signing confidentiality agreements, that’s all I should probably say about it.

12:30 p.m. – OK, time to sit down and write before Darcy gets off the bus at 4.

1:09 p.m. – I forgot, the new dryer is being delivered today. The old shamed model was dubbed “The Slot Machine” because it left a trail of loose change from the laundry room to the Lowe’s truck.

1:30 p.m. – It’s 1:30 and I haven’t written a word today. OhmyGod OhmyGod OhmyGod OhmyGodOHMYGOD, what have I done?! What if I’ve left my job only to develop writer’s block? I’ve got a book due in two weeks. Is it too soon to call my boss back and ask for my job back? Acccck!

3:45 p.m. Ok, mini-panic attack averted. I am finishing a chapter and Darcy is now getting off the bus. All I have to do now, is fold a little laundry and fix Darcy an after-school snack.

4:02 I may have set off the smoke alarm while heating up Darcy’s after-school snack.