19 April 2013

New & Noteworthy: April 19

The latest news from our contributors:

• Heather Domin has released a new edition of her 2009 novel The Soldier of Raetia in anticipation of the sequel coming later this year. To celebrate, she's created more of her Adagio tea blends as well. Get all the details at her website.

• Kathryn Kopple is in the spotlight at Ellie Burmeister's blog with an interview and Q&A about her 2012 novel Little Velasquez.

• Kim Rendfeld has a guest post on Oh for the Hook of a Book about the role of Carolingian queens, a more complex and influential role than a casual observer might think.

• Lindsay Townsend's historical, interracial, multicultural, paranormal romance Dark Maiden is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Ellora's Cave. Lindsay talks about her heroine Yolande and her interesting heritage in this blog post. Check it out!

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