02 February 2008

Weekly Announcements - 2 Feb 08

Erastes' historical novella "Chiaroscuro," a 19th century Florentine story about a painter and his subject, was released in a m/m vampire anthology from Aspen Mountain Press. She has also sold "Drug Colours," a short story based in 1970s punk London to Lethe Press for their inaugural Best Gay Short Stories, and has been commissioned to write an article for After Elton regarding gay historical fiction. Congratulations on a busy week!

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Highland Press is going to reissue Beats a Wild Heart, Jean Adams' contemporary novel set on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.

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A Noble Captive in Michelle StylesMichelle Styles' book A Noble Captive has been translated into Polish, and was released yesterday in French as La Maitresse du Tribun. The Roman's Virgin Mistress is going to be an April release in France as well.

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The winner drawn for last week's contest for a copy of Annie Burrows' My Lady Innocent already has a copy! Soooo... we have a new winner: JOYE. Contact Annie to give her your address. Your prize must be claimed by next Sunday or another winner will be drawn. Please stop back later to let us know what you thought of her novel! Congratulations!

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A Honorable Rogue by Carol TownendJoin us Sunday when our guest author will be Carol Townend. She'll be discussing her book An Honorable Rogue, set in Brittany and Wessex during the tumultuous time of the Norman Conquest. We'll also draw the winner of a copy of Anita Davison's book Duking Days Rebellion. Leave a comment for your chance to win.

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Have a good weekend. If you have an announcement to make for next week, email Carrie! See you next week...

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