I am featured in an author spotlight!

Today, I get to make my very first guest appearance on a blog! Author Renee Reynolds is featuring me in an author spotlight today and will be interviewing me about my writing on Friday (each appearance is in connection with one of my free promotions).

You can check it out here: http://obstinateheadstronggirl.wordpress.com/2014/12/22/meet-heather-diane-falling-for-santa/

And if you enjoy lighthearted Regency romance (with plenty of shenanigans), be sure to check out Renee's Lords of Oxford series (http://www.amazon.com/Lord-Love-Duke-Lords-Oxford-ebook/dp/B00FW6FF16/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1419257117&sr=8-1&keywords=Lord+love+a+duke )

Finally, don't forget that FALLING FOR SANTA is FREE today on Kindle!


Free Stuff!

So, it turns out that publishing a book involves a lot more than just writing it! I have to be a businesswoman and a publicist, too--but that's ok, I have a whole closet full of hats (all right, I just have five and two of them are Santa hats, but you know what I mean ...)

Here are the upcoming promotions:

Falling for Santa print book GIVEAWAY on Goodreads; enter anytime between now and Dec. 31! https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/120214-falling-for-santa

Falling for Santa Kindle e-book will be available for FREE on Amazon Monday, Dec. 22 - Tuesday, Dec. 23.

The Viscount and the Vicar's Daughter Kindle e-book will be available for FREE on Amazon Friday, Dec. 26 - Saturday, Dec. 27.


I'm so excited to be launching my second novel. It's been a long road (school kept getting in the way, but I graduated! Hurrah!), but it's amazing to finally be in a place in my life where I have the time and energy to be writing a lot (and frequently).

Falling for Santa is, in some ways, a love letter to snow. This will amuse people who know me well, since I hate to be cold. But living here in Texas, while I LOVE our mild winters, I've found that I do miss the dramatically changing seasons. And there's something about a sparkling blanket of new snow that makes the world seem new--as it must have seemed to the little baby lying in a manger all those centuries ago.

Merry Christmas!