#NewRelease Romance on the High Seas ~ Seven Swashbuckling Pirate Romances!

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Romance on the High Seas! 2Ahoy, me hearties! ‘Tis the day o’ all days… seven swashbuckling romances are here in one thrilling and epic box set. Did you pre-order your copy? If so, grab the rum, put your boots up, and enjoy!

If not, grab your copy today. Romance on the High Seas is available for only $.99The Pirate’s Debt, the second book in my Regent’s Revenge Series, is my contribution to the set, along with six other pirate romance books by NY Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Danelle Harmon, USA Today Bestselling Authors Barbara Devlin and Amanda Mariel, Chloe Flowers, Jennifer Bray-Weber, and Kamery Solomon! Continue reading

Release Day is Almost Here for Romance on the High Seas! To Celebrate, Here’s a Treasure Hunt and 2 #Giveaways!

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Release Day for the ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS Box Set is almost here! Seven romance authors have formed a brethren court to share one epic box set of swashbuckling romance for #99cents. And to celebrate our May 18th release, we’re hosting a scavenger hunt for prizes and pirate booty galore throughout May and June!

Sail to the treasure hunt port for our two rafflecopter giveaways at Silver Dollar Book Tours and check out the schedule below to follow our clues. 😉

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Romance On The High Sea’s; Excerpts, Exclusive Interview with the Authors

Source: Romance On The High Sea’s; Excerpts, Exclusive Interview with the Authors

Don’t miss this great interview and excerpt post by Chicks, Rogues and Sandals for Romance on the High Seas, Coming May 18th, me hearties!

Thank you for the great post, Chicks, Rogues and Scandals!

Wishing you fare winds,

Katherine

Captain Jack is Back ~ Author Alexandra Christian and Naked: Phoenix Rising!

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Naked_Teaser[1]Oh, me hearties, you’re in for a treat. Captain Jack netted a very fine catch on board ship today. Join him as he interviews Author Alexandra Christian for a very rousing good time.

Jack: “Ahoy, Lady Alexandra! What a pleasure it is to have ye aboard. Imagine me surprise to learn ye enjoy ‘love monkeys’.” Shivers and aims pistol at movement in the rigging. “I’ve got one shot that won’t work on an undead monkey. Darn thing keeps pilferin’ me effects. Which brings me to me first question. Every pirate what’s ever been born steered their life by a compass. When ye were born, where did yer compass point to, eh?”

Alexandra: “Those curls at the base of Benedict Cumberbatch’s skull.” Continue reading

Week Two Indie RONE Nominations ~ Vote All Week!

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KathyBoneThePirate'sDebtFINALWeek Two of Indie RONE Nominations has arrived and I’m fortunate to have two nominations this week. Huzzah! I can’t begin to tell you how exciting this is!

InD’tale Magazine‘s prestigious RONE Awards celebrates the best of the best books reviewed by InD’tale reviewers throughout the previous year.

The 2017 RONE Awards gala event will honor industry professionals with entertainment and a glamorous party taking place at the Annual InD’Scribe Author and Reader Con in Burbank, California, Oct 12-15, 2017.

If you’ve read the books below and/or would like to cast your vote this week, here are the books and their categories. (You must sign in to vote, but the two-step process is easy and your information will not be used for any other purpose.) Continue reading

2017 RONE Award Voting Opens Today!

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Fireworks 5Voting opens today for the 2017 InD’tale RONE awards and I’m fortunate that two of my books THE PIRATE’S DUCHESS, THE PIRATE’S DEBT, and ONCE UPON A TRUE LOVE’S KISS box set have received nominations. Huzzah and Hoorah!!!

I’m totally jazzed! This is definitely a first for me. None of my published books have ever been nominated for an award before, and I’m humbled and honored to be included with all of the other talented authors whose books have been selected this year. (Best wishes to all!)

But books selected in these categories cannot go on to the final round without your support. If you’ve read my books or would like to offer your support, you can vote here: 2017 RONE Awards.

My books include:

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THE PIRATE’S DUCHESS is in the Novella category. (Voting takes place April 17th-23rd.)

 

 

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THE PIRATE’S DEBT is in the Historical 17th Century – Regency category. (Voting takes place April 24th-30th.)

 

 

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ONCE UPON A TRUE LOVE’S KISS is in the Anthology category including USA Today Bestselling Author Julie Johnstone, Collette Cameron, Jillian Chantal, Samantha Grace, Alanna Lucas, Lauren Smith, and Victoria Vane. (Voting takes place April 24th-30th.)

 

Below you can find the entire schedule, if you’re interested. (You will be required to sign in, in order to vote. Your information will not be used for any other purpose. After you register, you’ll be sent a verification link via email. Make sure to verify that link so that you can vote.)

2017 RONE Awards

The list of nominees in each genre can be found in the link of the corresponding week.

Week One (April 17th – 23rd)

Novella

Inspirational

Historical: Ancient – 16th Century

 

Week Two (April 24th – April 30th)

Paranormal: Long

Historical: 17th Century – Regency

New Adult

Anthology

 

Week Three (May 1st – 7th)

Fantasy/Sci-Fi

Time Travel

Chick-Lit / Women’s Fiction

YA: General

 

Week Four (May 8th – 14th)

Paranormal: Short

Suspense / Thirller: Long

Historical: Victorian – 20th Century

 

Week Five (May 15th – 21st)

Cops, Jocks and Cowboys

Contemporary: Sweet

Suspense / Thriller: Short

 

Week Six (May 22nd – 28th)

Mystery

YA: Paranormal

Contemporary: Steamy

 

InD’tale Magazine’s RONE Award is a very prestigious award for Indie Authors. Mega congratulations to all of the nominees in the 2017 RONE Awards!!! 😉

 

Wishing you fair winds and following seas,

Katherine

 

Katherine Bone meets Thomas Jefferson at Embracing Romance!

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I experienced a once in a lifetime opportunity this weekend. I met President Thomas Jefferson! Woo-hoo!!! Well, I should add I actually met famed historical scholar Bill Barker, who portrays Jefferson, 1800-1808, and is associated with Colonial Williamsburg. What a thrill!

The event I attended was West Point’s 250th Founders Day celebration. (Happy Birthday, West Point! Go Army! Beat Navy!) Mr. Barker, dressed in period costume, never once stepped out of character throughout the night. And you can imagine my glee when I discovered Barker was in attendance. His clothing, his mannerisms, everything about his speech and sentence structure, reminded me of characters in the series I’ve written, 1801-1810 England.

Read the rest of my story at Embracing Romance!

The Biggest Near-Disasters of Only A Mistress Will Do by Jenna Jaxon!

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We’re in for a BIG treat today, me hearties! Author Jenna Jaxon is back to tell us about her latest release, ONLY A MISTRESS WILL DO!

Welcome, Lady Jenna!

Ahoy! I know I could read a book I’ve written (probably any other book as well) and no matter how many times I read the copy, I’ll find something new to change with each reading. Usually these are very minor—one space too many, a letter left off a word, a space needed between two words.

Back in October, when I was doing the final galley proofs for Only A Mistress Will Do, I ran into some truly major mistakes that could have been disastrous had I not caught them on the final round through the book. I fault no one but myself because we all read the manuscript numerous times and none of us caught these until the penultimate moment. (I won’t go back and read it again for fear I’ll find something else I missed and it’s too late!) Continue reading

Georgian Era Commerce

FANtastic historical information about the London Docks! I’ll share Part II tomorrow. Thanks bunches, Author Regina Jeffers!

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man-hands-forming-brackets-word-e-commerce-written-them1-630x350Before the later part of the Georgian Period in England few buildings/structures specifically designed for trade and commerce existed. One need only to look at the timber wharfs of the Port of London to understand the haphazard way the people took up the need to greet the large number of ships arriving from around the world. Merchants often had their offices in the ground floors of their abodes. Shops were often no more than the front room of a house with a large window for display purposes. Warehouses were kept in cellars or outbuildings. Markets appeared on streets or upon a square, and businessmen had stalls or wagons or carts from which they conducted transactions. Only custom houses and exchanges were built specifically for business.

pu1435The entrance to the London Docks. © NMM http://www.portcities.org.uk/london/server/show/ConFactFile.78/London-Docks.html

According to John Summerson in Georgian London (Yale University Press, 1988), English imports and exports were…

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