Welcome to this week's good news...
Has signed up with Agent Paula Munier at Talcott Notch Literary Services. Fab news!
It's official! Jenny's steampunk series has a title - The Bustlepunk Chronicles (yay, there are more to come!)
Welcome to the Swan River Colony. It's 1895 and the West Australian goldrush is in full swing.
The poem Gone has been published in Valley Micropress (NZ) Jan/Feb issue. Our bard strikes again!
Kiss of the Goblin Prince is out now from Sourcebooks!
Hot on the heels of being an Emerald finalist, Carolyn is now a finalist in the Daphne Du Maurier Awards for excellence in Mystery/Suspense (Category)! Well done.
Kiss of the Goblin Prince, got a 4 vampire rating at All Things Urban Fantasy. Here's a snippet:
"KISS OF THE GOBLIN PRINCE defies expectation, both as a sequel and a Paranormal Romance. While many in this genre paint each successive hero with the same brush, the challenges and mythology faced by Dai were unique compared to Roan’s experiences. I really enjoyed how this story took advantage of the progress gained in THE GOBLIN KING to continue developing and deepening this world. And on the romance side of things, Husk grew the relationship between Dai and Amanda from simple physical attraction to a deep bond that makes sense for them as individuals."
Join us next week for some more good news.