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Sunday 16 October 2011


It's been a hectic few days. I've hardly had time to catch my breath since my latest Modern Romance for Mills and Boon, Weight of the Crown, was released in the UK. Thank you to everyone who has sent lovely comments to me via my website, http://www.christinahollis.com, direct by emailing me at christinahollis@hotmail.co.uk, or by commenting on one of the blogs I've posted as part of my Big Blog Tour. This has been my first experience of serial blogging, and it's been great. I've learned so much from people who have been kind enough to leave comments: from scrummy recipes to being directed toward some wonderful crafting sites on the Internet. 
If you'd like to take part in the fun, you can catch up by checking the sidebar on my dedicated Weight of the Crown blog tour site, http://rbpp-ch.blogspot.com/ where you'll see all the dates and venues. 
To whet your appetite, over the next few days I'm appearing with Kylie Griffin at http://kyliegriffinromance.blogspot.com/ on Monday 24th, then I'm being interviewed by Zana at LoveCats DownUnder http://lovecatsdownunder.blogspot.com/ on Wednesday 26th (because of time differences that'll appear a day earlier for those of us Up North) and I'm there to on Sunday 30th October for the deliciously named LoveCats Sunday Smooch! There, I'll be talking about - among other things - Lysander and Alyssa's first kiss in Weight of the Crown. I'd love you to drop by all of these sites and have your say - there'll be signed copies from my backlist for a comment picked at random from each one.


  1. One of my favorite romance books to borrow from Mom was one called THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA. Part of its appeal was that the heroine was a princess from a fictional kingdom--except she didn't want to be a princess. When I first heard about your book, it brought back a flood a great memories; thank you, Christina!

  2. I'm glad I was able to bring back happy memories for you, Michelle - books we've read in the past are often closely associated with special times in our lives. That's part of the enjoyment of being a reader, for me!

  3. I'm being interviewed over at http://bit.ly/sqc1MB today, with a draw for a free book - come and see!