New Short Story – Lost in Love by Mary Simonsen — 35 Comments

  1. Congrats on this newest release, Mary. The excerpt you offered is excellent. Having not bought the short story yet, I’m speculating that Mr Darcy answer back aloud but in a humourous manner which caused Elizabeth to jump up in surprise.

    • I also speculated that Darcy hears Elizabeth reflecting aloud and answers her. Such a happening is truly in the comic spirit of Miss Jane Austen. I look forward to reading you story on my Nook. Do you have an upcoming book of short stories? Has Mary Simonsen published a book of short stories? I hope so. Best to all, Roberta

  2. Congratulations, Mary! I got it as soon as I heard about it! Haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but I’m looking forward to it. I love your books. So thrilled you got that ‘little red banner’! 🙂

    • Hi Janet. Thanks for buying my book. I hope you enjoy it. The red banner – I was really excited. It’s the small things that make life enjoyable.

  3. Congratulations, Mary. Love the excerpt and am looking forward to reading it. Got it as soon as I heard about it.

  4. Woo hoo! I’m ready for some more of your writing. I have purchased it for both Nook and Kindle. It will make a nice diversion between school assignments! Thanks for posting.

  5. Bought it, read it, posted review…I think I was the third person to do so. Very romantic and it fit my busy Saturday perfectly.

  6. Congratulations Mary! I love everything you write about our favorite couple. Just came across this new release on Amazon, and I happily bought this book without waiting to read any reviews. I’m sure it will be delightful! Thank you again for all your hard work – it is much appreciated.

    • Thank you, Sheryl. I appreciate your support. The story is meant to put a smile on your face. I hope it succeeds. 🙂

    • Beatrice, I’ve sold dozens of the story in Canada, so I’m not sure what happened. I’ll send you an e-mail.

  7. Mary, Please let me know when you publish a book of your short stories. I love reading short stories; and I plan to download “…Lost in Love, ” to my nook tonight. Best, Roberta

    • Hi Roberta. I don’t have a short story collection, but A Walk in the Meadows at Rosings Park is actually a novella and two short stories. Like Lost in Love, they are light-hearted. No angst. Thanks for commenting and commenting and commenting. I’ve had the same experience of my posts not showing up on another site. Apparently, it’s just me.

  8. Mary: Good, my comment was sent to you. I am a writer in my profession, so I understand how read response is. Good luck all you efforts. Your new fan, Roberta

  9. Mary, I see I was distracted by going to Amazon for your book instead of commenting the other day when I first saw this post. Congratulations on your release. I am always excited to see more from a favorite author! I plan to dive in soon.

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  11. It’s great to see a little something new from you Mary, and the story sounds like a clever little twist on the Pemberley scenario. Pleased to hear it got off to such a roaring start for you, too!

      • That’s a tease! Funny thing happened, just after I wrote the comment above I got an Amazon email suggesting titles I might like to read and Lost in Love was first in the list 🙂 Except I can’t do kindle (of course). Are you able to put it on kobo too please?

  12. hi Mary,
    i am a fans of you and very interested in your new story story. hOwever, i dont have NOOK or Kindle. How can i get one? life in PDF file?


  13. i Mary,
    i am a fans of you and very interested in your new story story. hOwever, i dont have NOOK or Kindle. How can i purchase one?

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