My Books in Smashwords’ Read an eBook Week

From today (March 7th) until March 13th, four of my ebooks are half-price on Smashwords.

Half-price ebooks on Smashwords

‘Art & Grace’ and ‘Collected Romances’ are both $1.49

‘Three Romances’ and ‘Three Medieval Romances’ are both 99c

‘The Knight’s Falconess’ – 99c / 99p on Kindle Countdown

‘The Knight’s Falconess,’ my sensual Medieval romance, will be just 99c / 99p on Kindle in the US and UK from March 3rd to 9th. It’s also available on Kindle Unlimited:

‘The Knight’s Falconess’ – Medieval Romance on Kindle

If you’re looking for a Medieval romance to escape into this Valentine’s Day, ‘The Knight’s Falconess’ is available on Kindle for $2.99 and is also enrolled in Kindle Unlimited:

‘The Knight’s Falconess,’ Medieval Romance

‘The Knight’s Falconess’ – Medieval Romance

I’m happy to report that, following a lengthy spell during which I was distracted from writing for various reasons, ‘The Knight’s Falconess’ is newly-published on Amazon Kindle and is available for review from NetGalley during November.

‘The Knight’s Falconess,’ sensual Medieval romance

Here’s the blurb:

The South-West of England in the late Fourteenth Century.  Zelda, daughter of a falconer in the service of Sir Hugh, suspects that the lord of the manor is attracted to her.  At home, she is being pressed to accept the attentions of Matthew, an apprentice mason.

When Zelda’s ill-judged scheme to seduce Hugh goes disastrously wrong, she fears herself out of favour.  But the incident leaves Hugh with the burgeoning sense that he has an alternative to his loveless engagement to the refined Lady Rosalind.  He pursues his falconer’s daughter, not foreseeing the consequences of his actions.

Their dalliance becomes complicated by Zelda’s realisation that she is expecting Hugh’s child.  The involvement of Hugh’s son Arthur and his companion, the young nobleman, Guy, only serves to muddle matters further. Zelda’s ambition to become a falconess is eclipsed by her desire to be a mother to Hugh’s child.  But the impetuous Rosalind has other ideas. Can Zelda escape the fate that the noblewoman plans for her?  Will she ever truly possess her Knight?

‘Danburgh Castle’ – Free on Smashwords

‘Danburgh Castle’ free on Smashwords

Smashwords has extended its ‘Authors Give Back’ sale and ‘Danburgh Castle,’ my short romance, set in Norman England, is now free on the site, using the coupon on the book’s page:

At ten thousand words, it’s a perfect read if you’re in need of a brief escape from real life.  If you read and enjoy the story, I’d appreciate reviews and ratings, on Smashwords and elsewhere.


‘Art & Grace’ – Regency Romance 99c / 99p on Kindle Countdown

‘Art & Grace’ on Kindle Countdown

For anybody seeking a romantic Regency escape in isolation, ‘Art & Grace’ is only 99c / 99p on Kindle on Amazon .com and UK from Easter Monday (13th) until Sunday 19th April:

“Clean and uplifting; a pleasure to read,” (5-star review,


‘Miss Millie’s Groom’ – Free on Smashwords

‘Miss Millie’s Groom,’ Free on Smashwords

When so many people are confined to their homes at the moment, Smashwords is running an ‘Authors Give Back’ promotion, in which ebooks are discounted or free.  My sweet historical romance, set in World War One, is included in the promotion.  ‘Miss Millie’s Groom’ will be free until April 20th.

It’s a book that doesn’t have many reviews to date so, if you read and enjoy the story, I would really appreciate reviews, recommendations and ratings on Smashwords and elsewhere.  Here’s the book’s Goodreads’ page:

A print copy of the book is also available from Amazon:

“As a romance, it ticks all the right boxes, and it’s a pleasure to see it come with a well-written story behind it,” (4-star review, Bookangel).

Free Short Stories

‘The Ramblers,’ Free Short Story

For anybody self-isolating at the moment and looking for free ebooks to read, I have five short stories available for free on Smashwords and from their retailers (incl. B&N, Apple, Kobo).  They are ‘The Ramblers,’ ‘Opening Night,’ ‘The Family Tree,’ ‘All the Trimmings’ and ‘The Office Party.’  (The last two are seasonal stories.)

If you read and enjoy the stories, I’d really appreciate ratings and brief reviews.

Catherine E. Chapman’s ebooks on Nook

Catherine E. Chapman’s ebooks on iBooks

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World Book Day

All my short historical romance anthologies are enrolled in the promotion.

As World Book Day approaches, I’m delighted to have my collections of short historical romances enrolled in Smashwords’ Read an Ebook Week.  During the course of the week, you can buy ‘Three Romances’ and ‘Three Medieval Romances’ for just 99c and get all seven of my historical shorts for just $1.49 in ‘Collected Romances’.  From my profile page, click on the relevant book; the discount codes will show up on the book pages once the promo begins:

Happy reading!


‘Art & Grace’ on Bookish Indulgences

Many thanks to Debdatta for featuring ‘Art & Grace’ within her Valentine’s ‘Love is in the Air’ feature.  The post includes an excerpt from the opening of the novel :