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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Good News Day!

Welcome to this week's Good News.


Imogene Nix
Imogene has had her first sale! Starline has been sold to Secret Cravings.


Mel Teshco
Red Hot-Lover will be released on 28th October!!


Kylie Griffin
Alliance Forged, Book 2 of the Light Blade series has an absolutely stunning cover and a blurb!!!

There is no mercy in the demon realm. No escape. In this place of desperation and conflict, anyone who is not purebred is virtually powerless. Until a blind priestess lays claim to a half-breed warrior, body and soul…
Hunted and marked for death by Na’Reish demons for their half-blood heritage, the Na’Chi are searching for a new home—something an alliance offered by the human leader could provide. With both races divided by prejudice, when Light Blade rebels brutally attack the Na’Chi, the alliance seems doomed to fail.
Varian, leader of the Na’Chi, a hybrid race of gifted warriors, is cursed with the darker impulses of his demon heritage. Controlling the part of himself that craves the high of the battle is a struggle he’s afraid he’ll lose—until he meets Kymora Tayn, a priestess driven to serve her deity. While he’s unwilling to trust anyone outside his people, he finds himself drawn to Kymora’s strength and passionate nature, and discovers she has the power to calm the darkness inside him.
When the Na’Reish raid human territory for blood-slaves and kickstart a war, the key to the survival of both races—Na’Chi and human— is an alliance. However, when Kymora is kidnapped, pitting human against human, Varian realizes he must embrace his darker half, not only to save the alliance…but also the woman he loves.


Amanda Ashby
Fairy Bad Day gets a great review over at We Love YA. Here's a snippet.

"Once again, Amanda’s humour and quirky creativity sets the scene for an entertaining YA novel that keeps you turning the pages. The characters are realistic, likeable and have enough inner conflict and turmoil to draw you into their story and keep you enthralled until the very last page."

Congratulations ladies!!!

More good news to come next week.

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