Wenches Rock!

Where to start?  Lots of good news on the Wench front.Mysticguardian

Pat – Mystic Guardian
Pat’s book cover is a finalist in the Cover Cafe annual book cover contest. The covers aren’t up yet, but they plan to have the contest up and running by early May, so you should be able to view the finalists then. 

Aladyssecret Jo – A Lady’s Secret
Jo’s book has moved up on the New York Times bestseller list and is now #10! Way to go, Jo! You better lay in a big supply of champagne.  Yourscandalousways

Loretta – Your Scandalous Ways
Loretta’s book received a great review over at Publishers Weekly.  Well done, Loretta!

Mary Jo and Pat – Pioneers of Romance
Both Mary Jo and Pat attended the Romantic Times convention in Pittsburgh April 16-20 and each came away with a lovely award ("a big chunk of glass" according to Mary Jo!)  for being pioneers of romance.

Sneak Previews
Be sure to stop by on Sundays when we post announcements!  And just to give you a sneak preview, in May Jo will be interviewing a wines and spirits expert, which we’ll announce in more detail next month.  In addition, Susan/Miranda will be doing a two-part interview of Loretta the end of May in connection with the release of Your Scandalous Ways. In June we’re bringing back costume historian Kalen Hughes to talk about Georgian dress.

Book Reminder
Wenches have books coming out in the next few months.  In May, Mary Jo’s A Distant Magic will be reprinted.  In June, two Wenches have books out:  Edith – His Dark and Dangerous Ways, and Loretta – Your Scandalous Ways. In July, two more Wenches have books out:  Pat – Mystic Rider, and Susan Holloway Scott – The King’s Favorite.

So, we have some busy months coming up, and we don’t want you to miss the fun.  Drop in early and often!

10 thoughts on “Wenches Rock!”

  1. I can see it now in my mind’s eye–Mary Jo and Pat, climbing Donner Pass in their Conestoga wagon, dressed like FLDS brides (they were only twelve then, anyway), with Pat whipping up the mules while Mary Jo shoved more sticks into the fuel slot of her steam-powered laptop…

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  2. I can see it now in my mind’s eye–Mary Jo and Pat, climbing Donner Pass in their Conestoga wagon, dressed like FLDS brides (they were only twelve then, anyway), with Pat whipping up the mules while Mary Jo shoved more sticks into the fuel slot of her steam-powered laptop…

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  3. I can see it now in my mind’s eye–Mary Jo and Pat, climbing Donner Pass in their Conestoga wagon, dressed like FLDS brides (they were only twelve then, anyway), with Pat whipping up the mules while Mary Jo shoved more sticks into the fuel slot of her steam-powered laptop…

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  4. I can see it now in my mind’s eye–Mary Jo and Pat, climbing Donner Pass in their Conestoga wagon, dressed like FLDS brides (they were only twelve then, anyway), with Pat whipping up the mules while Mary Jo shoved more sticks into the fuel slot of her steam-powered laptop…

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  5. I can see it now in my mind’s eye–Mary Jo and Pat, climbing Donner Pass in their Conestoga wagon, dressed like FLDS brides (they were only twelve then, anyway), with Pat whipping up the mules while Mary Jo shoved more sticks into the fuel slot of her steam-powered laptop…

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