I haven’t done a lot of blogging lately because I’ve been working on my new novel, but I had to pause and do a hearty, “Woot!” because The Spy Who Kissed Me is in the process of re-releasing! Starting with the kindle edition!
You can check it out here.
The trade paperback edition should show up soon. There was a blip in the upload because Amazon had this weird idea that Five Star still held the rights to the book. They never had the TP or ebook rights and long ago released the hard cover rights.
At the moment, there is also an illegal edition of The Last Enemy selling on Amazon, but that should be removed in the next few days. I would ask you NOT to purchase it, as I doubt I’ll see any money from the sale. 🙁
In any case, I’m not letting that get me down! I’m so excited for this particular release, because this edition has been expanded from the original. There is new content, including an epilogue!
So the back list release stands at three:
Luci Seymour – sexy & free spirited – returns to steamy New Orleans in search of the father she’s never met. She finds murder, mayhem, love and adventure when her timing puts her directly in the sights of an elderly hit couple and a con man’s last scam.
“When it comes to creating stories with offbeat humor and outrageous situations, Pauline Baird Jones is in a class by herself. A most excellent experience!” Jill Smith, Romantic Times; 4 Stars.
What happens when a twenty-first century woman on a mission to change the past meets a thoroughly 1940s man trying to stay alive in the hellish skies over war-torn Europe?
Melanie “Mel” Morton is an adventure reporter, who lost her grandfather in World War II. With no family left, she’s all about doing her job and finishing her grandfather’s biography.
Enter Jack Hamilton, sexy octogenarian, genius/scientist and former WWII bomber pilot.
What he tells Mel sends her on her craziest adventure yet—straight into the past to save her grandfather’s life—and change Jack’s future, if she doesn’t accidentally end it.
All Mel has to do is outmaneuver the entire German army–and not fall in love with Jack.
Unfortunately, eluding the German army is the easy part….
“Out Of Time has Oscar nomination written all throughout its very well written and adventurous pages. I can see this being turned into a movie because it is so fleshed out; details are so vivid and the dialogue matched true to the characters that they seem to jump off of the pages. Ms. Jones has a winner with this story and it’s going on my keeper shelf.” Long and Short Reviews, Best Book
And (drum roll here!):
Isabel “Stan” Stanley’s mother has been hoping a man would fall in Stan’s lap. But when a handsome spy dives through the sunroof of her car in a hail of bullets, Stan’s sure this wasn’t what momma had in mind.
Bad guys beware.
Stan’s packing glue gun and she knows how to use it. Sort of.
(Previously Pig in a Park this revised edition has new content, including an all new epilogue!)
“. . . . a remarkable new talent . . Pauline Baird Jones and her hilarious novel [The Spy Who Kissed Me] make their debut. Written in first person, this adventurous romp is a 14 karat gem, and I for one would love to see more from this vastly amusing author.” Four & 1/2 Stars from Romantic Times
UPDATE!!!: The Spy Who Kissed Me is now available at Amazon and B&N in print!
According to my publisher, they will also be releasing my Lonesome Lawmen series this month, too.
The Last Enemy
Lonesome Mama (short novella)
So October is looking pretty good from my point of view! And in honor of October, I’m participating in The Romance Studio’s Spookapalooza. They are giving away a kindle to one lucky reader, so be sure to stop by and enter to win the kindle and other great prizes (including one from me!)
Here’s hoping your month is filled with great reading!
perilously and happily yours,