Friday, October 31, 2008
Thanks Trinity Blacio
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
AWH 4: http://www.wildchildpublishing.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=97&products_id=251
Come meet with me at 8 PM eastern time at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Romance_Bistro! The chat is only for an hour. Lastly, stop by my new website and click on BLOG. The latest writing tips entry also has a contest. Winner of this contest will be announced at tonight's chat. While there, click on over to the Cool Stuff page and grab your free PDF downloads.
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Wild Child Publishing would like to congratulate R.E. Wood and Faith Bicknell-Brown for their new releases. Freya's Bower would like to congratulate Jaime Sammes for her new release and review, Teresa D'Amario for her award, and Emily Ryan-Davis for her nomination in the Night Owl Romance 2008 Awards.
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Glad Tithings by R.E. Wood
Two baby-boomers, Rick and Jill Wilson, find their dream home. After a lifetime of doing without, they're ready to embark on an early retirement to make the next chapter in their lives something extraordinary. They leave New York City behind and set out for a rural paradise in the mountains. But a secret is hidden by their chosen small town of Parrish. A secret that will tear apart their once unflappable marriage and cast them into a world that neither would have ever considered having to face...
Genre: Paranormal/Science Fiction
Book Length: Novel
How to Avoid Writers' Hell: Volume 4: The Query-Go-Round by Faith Bicknell-Brown
This is book IV of a series that addresses most of what there is to know about writing a tight, exciting story. Finally, the long-awaited The Query-Go-Round addresses writing the dreaded query letter, the synopsis, and even how to compose confusing bibliographies. In Laymen's terms and with a touch of irreverent humor (and her rolled newspaper...mwahaha!), Ms. Bicknell-Brown delivers another installment that will help you learn as you laugh and have fun...
Genre: Writing How-To/How-To
Book Length: Short Story
Sheeba's Revelation by Faith Bicknell-Brown
Sheeba's stuck in Lunaville with a crappy job, a crappy apartment, and an even crappier existence. One margarita-hazed night poses a huge problem that will change her life forever. However, problems need solutions, but will Sheeba's help her life or end it?
Book Length: Mini
The Runaway by Jaime Samms
After his father's death, Miles returns to the farm he ran from ten years ago. When his past returns to haunt him, he has to decide if the memories will fence him in, or if he's ready to free himself from remembered pain and return home.
This is part of the Inherently Sexual Series.
"a richness of setting and character in an effortless style... I cannot recommend this more highly..."
Author Paul G. Bens
Read entire review.
Book Length: Micro
SheWolf by Teresa D'Amario
A small town veterinarian has a big time problem. She's not human...
Second place in the PRISM Award First Book category
Book Length: Novel
Dragon Queen: Book 3: Dragon Bound by Emily Ryan-Davis
Deceptions begin to unravel as Cora attempts to disentangle herself from family and lovers in order to pursue the truth of what she is, accept the reality of what she must be, and decide who will join her on the last leg of her journey to become dragon-bound.
Up for best Paranormal Romance of the year at Night Owl Romance 2008 Awards. Please vote!
Book Length: Category Novel
Friday, October 03, 2008
Last year, Iron Horse Rider WON!
How kewl would it be to win again with the 2nd book!