Posted by Anna Campbell Nov 30 2012, 7:45 pm
Love Christmas romances? Why not try THE WINTER WIFE: A CHRISTMAS NOVELLA? Here’s the blurb: Will a chance meeting on Christmas Eve… Alicia Sinclair, Countess of Kinvarra, cannot believe that fate has been so cruel as to strand her on the snowy Yorkshire moors with her estranged husband as her only hope of rescue. During their rare encounters, the arrogant earl and his countess act like hostile strangers. Now that Alicia has fallen into Kinvarra’s power, will he seek revenge for her desertion? Or does the dark, passionate man she once adored have entirely different plans for his headstrong wife?
Posted in Anna Campbell, Christmas Novella, e-books, historical romance, holiday romance, novellas, Regency romance, The Winter Wife
Posted by Joan Kayse Nov 30 2012, 12:53 am
What is the title of your book? The Patrician. First in the Roman series. Where did the idea come from for the book? I’ve always been a fan of period history especially the Roman time period. I think it started with lazy Sundays watching all the “classic” movies with my Dad…Ben Hur, The Robe. Also a fascination with the intricacies of an Empire. All powerful. All consuming. Corruption undermining lofty goals. Plus I like guys in tunics 😀 What genre does your book fall under? Historical fiction specifically historical ROMANCE Which actors would you choose to play your characters in
Posted in historical romance, historicals, Joan Kayse, Lyndsey Lewellen, The Patrician
Posted by Joan Kayse Nov 29 2012, 3:25 pm
The Patrician Launches
Posted by Susan Sey Nov 29 2012, 12:50 am
I’ve been a little down lately. Not depressed or anything, just a touch…blue. I won’t bore you with the details; suffice it to say that I–like many of us this time of year–am taking a routine visit to the Pit of Despair. I suspect it has something to do with this being an “At Home Year” in terms of holiday travel. Now don’t misunderstand. I dearly adore the years we don’t take this circus on the road for the holidays. But I have to admit it–I miss my family something terrible. I was the only sister who
Posted in holiday food, holiday madness, pit of despair, Susan Sey, victorial dahl
Posted by Suzanne Ferrell Nov 28 2012, 11:30 pm
The lucky winners of a signed copy of Addison Fox’s newest book, COME FLY WITH ME, are Helen and Amy Conley! Congratulations, ladies!!! Please send your email addy’s to me at suzanne AT suzanneferrell DOT com and I’ll be sure Addison gets those books to you ASAP!
Posted in Addison Fox, Come Fly With Me, prizes, Suzanne Ferrell
Posted by Suzanne Ferrell Nov 28 2012, 2:23 am
Tradition. Tradition! LOL! Okay, now I have the song from Fiddler On The Roof running through my head. However, for me, and I dare say some of you, tradition plays an important part of the holiday season. Thanksgiving at my house always has Turkey with oyster stuffing, Southern style green beans, corn casserole courtesy of Paula Dean, my mother’s cranberry relish, and pumpkin pie. For the past few years my daughters have added their touch to the meal with Alison’s crunchy pecan-topped sweet potato casserole and Lyndsey’s caramel apple pie. Both are now a tradition. As soon as Thanksgiving is
Posted in Cookie Exchange, cookies, Holidays, Suzanne Ferrell, Traditions
Posted by Suzanne Ferrell Nov 28 2012, 1:30 am
Winners for the Amazon $10 gift cards from my launch day for CLOSE TO HOME… are…Melody May and Connie Fischer!!! CONGRATULATIONS, ladies!!! Please send your email addys to me at suzanne AT suzanneferrell Dot com and I’ll be sure to get those cards to you, just in time for loading up kindles for holiday reading!!
Posted in Amazon gift cards, Close To Home. Weston series, prizes, Suzanne Ferrell