Hello, Everyone! I’m back from the RWA conference in Atlanta where I had a wonderful time! It was truly a golden conference for me–or rather for Diane Gaston. My A Reputable Rake by Diane Gaston won the RITA award for … Continue reading
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Congratulations to the following Riskies, for reaching the finals of Greater Detroit RWA’s Booksellers’ Best Award! In the Regency category: MY LADY GAMESTER, by Cara King “a well-polished jewel of a book, with a gem of a hero” — Barbara … Continue reading
Elena Greene, for Lady Dearing’s Masquerade in the Regency Romance category, and Lady Midnight by Amanda McCabe for Historical Romantic Mystery/Gothic. Go Riskies!
Amanda McCabe has written 11 books and 2 novellas for Signet Regency, with more on the way! She’s been a finalist for the RITA, RT’s Reviewer’s Choice Award, and the Daphne DuMaurier Award, the winner of the Holt Medallion, National … Continue reading
Amanda McCabe just got another great review for her historical LADY MIDNIGHT — this time at “The Romance Reader” website. Congratulations, Amanda! The review can be found here: www.theromancereader.com/mccabe-lady.html The reviewer refers to her “luscious prose,” and argues that LADY … Continue reading
Since we’re talking about covers (though everyone will probably be sorry the topic was brought up, as I can talk about it pretty much forever!), and also cleavage (this woman has her share), I’ll go ahead and post my latest … Continue reading
Amanda’s Lady Midnight gets a glowing review at All About Romance. And, speaking of which, how many people buy books based on reviews?Word-of-mouth? Word-of-blog? The covers (Please don’t say the covers.)?