21 October 2016
New & Noteworthy: October 20
Lots of news from our contributors this month!
• Jessica Knauss's SEVEN NOBLE NIGHTS, the epic of family and betrayal in medieval Spain, will debut on December 15. You can enter now for a chance to win one of ten proof copies at Goodreads.
• Blythe Gifford’s second Royal Wedding Story, WHISPERS AT COURT, took first place in the Historical/Regency category of the Book Buyers Best Contest, sponsored by the Orange County (California) Chapter of Romance Writers of America. RUMORS AT COURT, the third book in the series, will be released in May, 2017, in the U.S. and the U.K.
• Anita Davison announces her newest title, MURDER AT CLEVE ABBEY, the second instalment in the thrilling Flora Maguire Edwardian Cosy Mystery Series. More information at Amazon.co.uk
• On 29 October, Alison Morton will be on the "Research for Creative Writers" panel at the SilverWood Writing Day, a fringe event at the Bristol Literary Festival, UK. Alison's specialist area will be writing in extreme circumstances - she does write historical thrillers, after all! Full details here. In addition, Alison's fourth book, AURELIA reached the final four for the Historical Novel Society's 2016 Indie Award. Not bad out of 400 possible winners!
• Kim Rendfeld’s second novel, THE ASHES OF HEAVEN'S PILLAR, will be re-released Nov. 2 in print and ebook formats. Praised by reviewers, the novel is about a Saxon peasant who will go to great lengths to protect her children — after she has lost everything else. Preorders for the ebook are available at Amazon, Kobo, Barnes and Noble, and iTunes. If you would like a note when the print edition is available, email kim [at] kimrendfeld [dot] com.