You've heard of Dancing with the Stars? Well, now there's Writing with the Stars. The contest is being held very similar to the American Title contest that JANE MILLIONAIRE won back in 2005. My mentee, the very talented Madeline Smyth, is a finalist in this new writing contest! I'm so very proud of her. :)
Help make Madeline's dream of having her novel published a reality by voting for her novel, Aliya Arabesque, at here or by pasting in the following: http://www.rtbookreviews.com/content/writing-stars-vote-first-paragraph-and-last-line It will bring up the link automatically just below the pasted part. You'll need to scroll to Madeline's photo before finalizing (same photo as on her blog at http://www.madelinesmyth.blogspot.com).
Thanks so much! And let's keep our fingers crossed that she wins this awesome contest!!
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Officer, Surgeon...Gentleman! available now!
Hi all! Hope everyone is doing fabulous! I blogged over at eharlequin and am giving away a copy of my backlist to one lucky person who leaves a comment. Be sure to stop by and say hello. Click here to go directly to the post. :)
Also, my latest release OFFICER, SURGEON...GENTLEMAN! is now available from eharlequin! I had so much fun writing Cole & Amelia's story and hope you'll check out their story while it's still available. Click here to find out more.
Also, Dr. Di Angelo's Baby Bombshell is currently still available at eharlequin, but hurry to get your copy as they won't be available much longer. Click here for more details.
I'll be in Newark, New Jersey in a couple of weeks at the New Jersey Romance Writers Conference and am looking forward to catching up with friends old and making new!
In November, I'll be in Birmingham for the Southern Magic Readers Luncheon. If you're in the Birmingham area and haven't bought your ticket yet, be sure to check this luncheon out. There's always a fabulous turnout and lots of great authors to lunch with. Lots of fun.
In December, be sure to look for my next release, THE NURSE WHO SAVED CHRISTMAS. This is my first Christmas story and was lots of fun to try to capture the magic of Christmas while writing a Medical Romance. Love the paperback cover, but I haven't seen the hardback version yet, although I should be getting my author copy soon. :)
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