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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Historical Hearts Good News



Maggi Andersen is celebrating her latest release
A Baron in Her Bed
Available now from
Amazon UK
Knox Robinson Publishing andThe Book Depository.
A Baron in Her Bed will be available at
Amazon US in March 2013
 
 
Short blurb: London, 1816. A handsome baron. A faux betrothal. And Horatia's plan to join the London literary set takes a dangerous turn.
 
 
 
 
 
Alison Stuart is celebrating her latest release
Gather the Bones
Available now from Lyrical Press
 

Blurb: Set in 1923 against a background of the Great War, grieving war widow, Helen Morrow and her husband’s cousin, the wounded and reclusive Paul are haunted not only by the horrors of the Great War but ghosts from another time and another conflict. A coded diary provides the clues to the mysterious disappearance of Paul’s great grandmother in 1812. As the desperate voice of the young woman reaches out to them from the pages, Paul and Helen are bound together in their search for answers, not only to the old mystery but also the circumstances surrounding the death of Helen’s husband at Passchandaele in 1917. As the two stories become entwined, Paul and Helen will not find peace until the mysteries are solved.
 
 


 

Tamara Gill is celebrating her latest release
A Stolen Season
Available now from Crimson Romance
Amazon, B&N and iTunes


Blurb: Archaeologist Sarah Baxter had a clear directive: travel back to nineteenth century London to retrieve the measuring device she left behind. But her bungled attempt at thievery left an English Earl dead and his brother bent on revenge. Sarah must once again go back in time to find the device and return to her own time before her tragic mistake puts a noose around her neck. Unfortunately, the only way to get close to the device is to befriend the very man who wants her dead.
 
Eric, the new Earl of Earnston, was determined to catch the woman who killed his brother, but she’d disappeared without a trace. Twelve months on and there are still no clues to her whereabouts. As luck would have it, he finds a distraction. A new family have arrived in town and Miss Sarah Baxter is a delightful diversion among the stale debutantes in the ton.
 
Sarah knows it is madness to seduce the man who would want her dead should he know who she was, but the Earl is an alarmingly persistent gentleman. Can Sarah procure the device without her secret being revealed? And what will the Earl do when he finds out the woman he’s in love with is not the woman he thought he knew?
 
 
 
 


We're very proud to announce Cassandra Samuels
who finaled in the RWAust Valerie Parv Award
Placed 2nd overall for her novel
The Wager
Congratulations Cassandra!!
 
 
Cass receiving her award at the
RWAust 2012 Gold Coast conference awards dinner.
 
 
HH Member Mary deHaas w/a Marianne Theresa
has signed her FIRST contract with
for an erotic short story
(title tba)
Congratulations Mary!!
 
 
 
• Commencing in November, Momentum, the new digital-only imprint of Pan Macmillan Australia will be releasing a series of 13 erotic short stories by new and established Australian romance writers.
 
You can read more about Momentum Publishing here and the Hot Down Under authors here.
 

 
Suzi Love has signed a TWO contract deal with
One story is an historical erotic romance &
the other an early Victorian historical romance.
(titles tba)
Congratulations Suzi!!
 
 
 


Danielle Lisle
was featured in a NT newspaper
The two page feature was due to the fact Danielle is the
NT's only erotic author! And a fantastic writer of course!
Congratulations Danielle!!
 
 


 
What a fantastic round up this month.
Congratulations everyone!!
HH 
 
 
 


7 comments:

Cassandra Samuels said...

Such good news for so many. I hope the trend continues. Congratulations to all.

Tamara Gill said...

Agree Cass. Congrats everyone! xx

Alison Stuart said...

It's been a big month for the Hystericals... Well done everyone :-)

Maggi Andersen said...

Wow! Such a talented bunch of authors! Congrats. And thanks Tam for mentioning mine.

Allison Butler said...

Congratulations to you all:)
Love the wonderful news, the gorgeous covers and the lovely pics. Fabulous!

Tamara Gill said...

You're welcome, Maggi! xx

Eleni Konstantine said...

Fantastic to see you all doing so well. Yay!