19 July 2013

New & Noteworthy: July 19

Kathryn Kopple is pleased to announce that her novel LITTLE VELASQUEZ has just been released for the Kindle! Check it out in the Kindle Shop.

Anita Davison's novel ROYALIST REBEL has also just been released on Kindle. Royalist Rebel is the story of Royalist Elizabeth Murray, Countess Dysart’s youth during the English Civil War; with her father exiled, the five Murray women must fight to keep their home and position in a country under Parliamentary control. Learn more here!

• She Calls It Research: J S Dunn participated with archaeologists Charles Mount and Colm Moriarty in a panel on the early Bronze Age, for History Festival Ireland (June, Ducketts Grove, Ireland). This trip included a bit of fun visiting Dan Donnelly's Footsteps (the Curragh, county Kildare), and a private dinner at Lisnavagh House (Rathvilly, county Carlow), ancestral home of author and historian Turtle Bunbury. Dunn sadly left the temperate green isle (after a quick pint at the local) for steamy St. Pete and a brief gig at HNS 2013.

• IT STINGS SO SWEET, Stephanie Draven's 1920s historical erotic romance is now available in Target stores near you. Ask for it!