And the wieners are: Louis won To Wed a Highland Bride by Sarah Gabriel. Keira Soleore won a book of her choice by Loretta Chase. Lesley Lanning won a Jo Beverley book of her choice from the following: Christmas Angel, Forbidden Magic, or Winter Fire. Keira and Lesley, please let me or your respective Wench know your book choices, and we’ll need mailing addresses for Louis and Lesley. If you want your book personalized, please include that information when you contact us. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can contact the Wenches directly by clicking on their picture on the left, which will take you to their Web site and contact information.
Congratulations to all of you for leaving comments and for winning books as a result. Keep those comments coming, readers! The next wiener may be you!
Romantic Times magazine has announced their 2007 Reviewers’ Choice and Career Achievement finalists, and the Wenches made a downright impresssive showing. Way to go, Wenches!
Reviewers Choice Nominations:
Best Historical Paranormal:
Patricia Rice, Mary Jo Putney, Edith Layton
Historical Romance of the Year:
Jo Beverley, Loretta Chase
Career Achievement Nominations:
Innovative Historical Romance:
Patricia Rice, Mary Jo Putney
And just so you don’t forget, a quick reminder:
Scheduled for release in February, Susan Fraser King’s Lady Macbeth received a rave review from Publishers Weekly: http://tinyurl.com/3xkswa
Library Journal chose Loretta’s Not Quite a Lady as one of LJ’s Best Books of 2007
For a sneak preview of an excerpt from Loretta’s June 2008 release, Your Scandalous Ways, please visit Romance B(u)y the Book at http://tinyurl.com/3ylu3r.
That’s all, folks. Remember to check in on Sundays when we post winners and announcements. You can also check the Announcements sidebar to the right.