First, I want to again thank the readers of the Captain Lacey Regency Mysteries. This month I hit a milestone: The Lacey novels have now sold more e-copies than the entire series ever did in print.
I am hard at work on A Death in Norfolk, very much enjoying the research on Norfolk and Lacey's past. I'm slightly behind on writing the book (this is not unusual for me), because I have two Jennifer Ashley books kicking me at the same time (timing at publisher; it is the way of publishing).
However, the book won't be delayed *that* much--I'm thinking a few weeks at most. I want to have it out as soon as it can be finished, edited, and proofed.
At the same time, the books are being prepped for print re-release, hopefully all six, plus Necklace Affair, very quickly one after the other, so that Death in Norfolk can be released simultaneously in e- and print. I do not want to leave out readers in any format.
The Lacey series has now started to appear on Sony and Kobo. For some strange reason, they both have Covent Garden Mystery and one or two of the others, with no seeming regard to series order. I have no idea why; both vendors were shipped all the books. Wait and watch is all we can do. I'm happy at least that some of the books are at those vendors.
Again, the entire series can be purchased from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords. I have links to all at http://www.gardnermysteries.com/
I will update as the pub date for Death in Norfolk nears and arrives.