26 October 2007

Weekly Announcements

Jennifer Linforth is pleased to announced the sale of her first book, Madrigal, to Highland Press. Madrigal is the first of three books in a series that continues Gaston Leroux's The Phantom of the Opera. Release information will be forthcoming. Congratulations, Jennifer!

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Sandra Schwab garnered two good blogger reviews, the first for The Lily Brand:
The Lily Brand by Sandra Schwab
The story is intense and dark, as Troy struggles with his hate and anger, and Lillian with her guilt and fear. Their characterizations are very believable, particularly in how they remember what happened and in how they react and show (or don't show) their emotions. --Darla
A second reviewer said of Castle of the Wolf: "...it was great fun!"

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It Takes Moxie by Delia DeLeestDelia DeLeest also received a great review, this one for her debut It Takes Moxie from The Wild Rose Press.

This book is utterly captivating. Ms. DeLeest has crafted a novel full of fun, dry wit, humor, adventure and romance. There is nothing boring or slow about this book. It is fast-paced and filled with hilarious situations and delightful dialogue that had me laughing out loud and my husband asking what was so funny.
--Lily, The Long and The Short Of It
In other Moxie news, our selected winner for a free copy never claimed hers, so we've drawn a new name. Congratulations to Morgan St. John! Contact Delia by e-mail to get her your home addresses. Prize must be claimed within one week or another winner will be drawn. Please stop back later to let us know what you thought of her debut book.

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Stop by Sunday when our guest blogger will be Jennifer Macaire of Calderwood Books!

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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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