18 October 2007

Weekly Announcements

On Sunday, we'll feature an interview with guest author Joan Kayse who writes historicals set in ancient Rome. Joan recently won second place in PASIC's Book of Your Heart with her manuscript The Patrician's Desire and was a 2006 Golden Heart finalist!


Anne Whitfield has released a new short story titled "Avenue Of Dreams," available here through The Wild Rose Press.

Molly Daniels is summer holidaying in a small town in the country to recover from a broken marriage. She's hurt, disillusioned and unsure of her future. She last thing she is looking for is a man.

Sebastian Lord is the town's most eligible bachelor, a title he hates. Having given up on a successful career in the city he now owns a small farm and is content to hide away there, away from the real world that has hurt him in the past. Since his fiance was killed four years ago, he's refused to enter the dating game again.

They're an unlikely pair, but Seb's wayward dog has a habit of bringing them together. They give into their attraction and share a hot summer together, but can they let go of the past enough to embrace a future together?
Anne also received a great review for A Noble Place from Julie of SingleTitles:

Courageous and independent, Pippa Noble is a heroine readers will admire, cheer for and hope to emulate. With its spellbinding blend of romance, heartbreak, passion and drama, A Noble Place is the perfect book to curl up with on a cold autumn night. Don’t miss it!
Michelle Styles' new release, Taken By the Viking, has received another solid review, this time from Jayne of Dear Author.

Overall, I did enjoy the story and the historic details you included. I liked that twists on what I was expecting and when I had to stop reading for such daily mundane things as going to work to earn a living, I eagerly looked forward to getting home and picking the book up again.
Remember to visit Michelle's release party and leave a comment for your chance to win a copy!


Gracie and the Bad Hat by Vicki GaiaUPDATE: Vicki Gaia's newest release, Gracie and the Bad Hat, which is due out in December, has received its first review. Aya of Euro-Reviews writes:
A must read for all romantics as well as those jaded by losing in love. This book is FABULOUS! ... Humor, romance and a touch of reality are brilliantly combined to form what could just be my favorite book of the year!
Nice! Vicki has also posted her book trailer for Gracie and the Bad Hat here.


Happy Friday, and have a good weekend! Remember, if you don't get your announcements to me, I can give you your dues! If you have an announcement to make for next week, email Carrie! See you next week...

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