Tuesday, July 31, 2007

A release from the squeaky clean side

Today Janet Mullany's Regency chicklit, The Rules of Gentility, has been released, and it's almost squeaky clean. Other than the bit about the china breakage, the Fanny Hill parody, and some other scenes, but you'll have to read those to discover them yourself.

She's celebrating with a ridiculously easy contest on her site janetmullany.com where you can enter to win a $25 Amazon gift certificate, and various blog appearances throughout the month (check out the schedule here).

You can also enter the contest at Pam Rosenthal's site, where two lucky winners will receive a signed copy of The Rules.

Even better, Janet will be on World Talk Radio on Thursday August 2, 4pm PST/6pm EST as Cynthia Brian's guest on Be The Star You Are--you can listen live via your computer here and call in toll-free at STUDIO A: 1-866-613-1612 in the US/Canada and 001-858-268-3068 around the world.

And buy the book!


Celia May Hart said...

Girl, you're busy!

Kate Pearce said...

I'm looking forward to this one!

Pam Rosenthal said...

It really is that good (she said, clutching her cherished ARC). It's funny, smart, entirely disrespectful of all the Regency pieties, and I even wept a little.

And it's not that squeaky, imho.

Janet Mullany said...

Thanks, Pam!
I was rather alarmed when one reviewer held me up as a bastion of good taste, something I've never been accused of before.

Pam Rosenthal said...

Oh, reviewers...

You know, one of the major romance review web sites rated Susan Elizabeth Phillips' Ain't She Sweet "warm" sensuality -- as though that whole amazing humiliation party scene wasn't worth a thousand body parts. Piffle, I say (or would, if I were the sort of person to say piffle).