The writings of Heather Lynn Rigaud

Welcome to Austen Nights, the home of author Heather Lynn Rigaud. Heather's writing is focused on updating the classic works of Jane Austen, taking these classic characters where they've never gone before. She welcomes you to enjoy 'Sweet Austen days and Hot Austen nights!'

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

So close!

I have to say I'm going a little nuts with the waiting for FDRS to come out. Just under 2 weeks now. Luckily, I have a huge amount of writing for my blog tour to do. It keeps me busy.

I hope you will visit my blog tour stops and leave comments for me. So far, the most popular question has been "Why Rockstars?"

Here are the blog dates:

1st – Austenprose
2nd—Book Girl of Mur-y-Castel 
5th—Royal Reviews
6th—Urban Girl Reader
7th—Melissa’s Book Picks
 8th—Mary Jacobs
9th—Austenesque Reviews
 10th—Arleigh Johnson
 12th—One Literature Nut
 14th—Luxury Reading
15th—Vampire Kiss
16th—Drey’s  Library
20th—Pam van Hylckama Vlieg
21st--Diary of an Eccentric
23rd—Hanging with Bells
26th—Reviews by Molly
28th—Love Romance Passion
29th—Savvy Verse & Wit

Yeah, I'm going to be doing a lot of writing. :D It should keep me from googling my book obsessively, right?


  1. Will FDRS be available for Nook Color? I'm a major ebook junky now, but I also desperately want to read this story. I've been waiting for it to be published since I discovered a year and a half ago and found that you were in the middle of getting Slurry published. I'll definitely get it one way or another, just curious if it'll be on my Nook.

    Congrats on the impending release!!

  2. Hi Heather, I like the idea of updating classic works. How does it work exactly? Is it romantic, erotic romance? Best, Chris Lange.

  3. It's my understanding that it will be published in all e-book formats. Sourcebooks (my publisher) has been really agressive in keeping up with the new publishing formats.

  4. Chris: My book came out of the very healthy Jane Austen fan fiction community. The idea is taking the characters and the plot (broadly) and updating it to a modern settling. In my case, it's Rock Bands.

    It is romantic and there are definitely erotic scenes. It's an 'adult' work. You can read the first hundred pages or so in the Google books preview.

    Thanks for commenting.