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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Good News Day!

Welcome to this week's good news...


Louise Cusack
Destiny of the Light, Book 1 of the Shadow Through Time trilogy, has received 5 out 5 reviews on Amazon.  Here are snippets:

"Louise Cusack's superb storytelling makes these characters stand out and the whole story is very visual. I'm looking forward to getting into the second book in this trilogy. As a reader what I love about these series is that though it depicts other fantasy worlds, you are not thrown out of the story by other world languages. The author explains this away by explaining that their mind adapts to our language for them to converse with an Earth being."

"I adored this book. I read it when it was first released several years ago and was delighted when I was able to download it onto my Kindle and once again get swept away to the sepia world of Ennae, and fall in love with the hero, Talis. If you like fantasy romance this book is a must read. Louise Cusack weaves a seductive story of adventure, betrayal, honour and love and created characters who come alive on the pages. I'm so looking forward to returning to Ennae in book two and three of The Shadow Through Time trilogy. Destiny Of The Light is a captivating story from start to finish."

Mel Teshco
Something Wicked This Way Comes is up for February's Book of the Month on the Long and Short Reviews site. You can go and vote here.


Paula Roe
Bed of Lies is out this month by Harlequin Desire.

Nicole Murphy
Nicole (under the name Elizabeth Dunk), has released a short story, Claudine's New Adventure,  about a plus-sized woman. It's available currently on Smashwords for free!

Eleni Konstantine
Strange Brew is a flash fiction story that is currently on the Antipodean SF site.


Paula Roe

The Diamonds Down Under continuity will be an Australian re-issue. For those of you who missed it the first time around in 2008, the six books will be issued as a three-fer in May and June.


Join us next week for some more good news.

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