Thursday, January 14, 2016

Author Activities – January 2016

One of the advantages of being an author is getting to know a lot of other great authors and even being able to claim some of them as good friends. And one of the joys of being a friend is getting to celebrate with them and tell the world what amazing things they are up to:

Like Angela Bell. She saw on January 1 the official release of her first novella publication, “The Substitute Bride” in Lassoed by Marriage. But don’t be deceived by the cover or the title! Angela writes witty Victorian romances, often with a head nod to the mechanical inventiveness of that world.

If you would like to learn more about Angela and her delightful story, grab a cup of tea and join her for a live internet chat this coming Monday at 6:30 Central: Lassoed by Marriage Virtual Author Event.

Then there’s Sharon Hinck. She’s a fabulous novelist who specializes in stories for middle-aged moms. But although that might be her specialty, her stories touch the hearts of a much bigger demographic, especially her fantasy series, The Sword of Lyric. And now you can check it out book one, The Restorer, for FREE here!

Eric Vetsch, another Minnesota author, is multi-published in historical romance, but each book’s and novella’s release is still worth celebrating—and she just had two release about the American West, “Lady-in-Waiting” and “Shining Armor.” You can find them in the Love is Patient collection here 

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