I'm delighted to say that A Knight's Captive was chosen among the select band of nominees for the Best Historical Novel category in the Romantic Times 2009 Reviewers' Choice Awards this month. I'm tickled pink to have been shortlisted, and congratulations to Tessa Dare, who won.
The list of all the nominees and winners is here.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Monday, April 5, 2010
I haven't been able to get into the blog for ages, but now Regina has made it possible again so here I am. There are a lot of new books to catch up with. Red Rose Publishing brought out Dangerous To Know, Ryan's son, Daddy Loves Belinda and a Regency - An Impetuous Miss, Anne Ireland, all of them a long time in the editing but now out at RRp.
As Anne Herries I have the Melford series coming out this year in England - Forbidden Lady and The Lord's Forced Bride, two that have already been out in USA. In america I have another Ottoman Empire book, the title Bought For the Harem. Like Captive of the Harem the title is lurid and fun but the book is a romance as always. Captive of the Harem was and is my best selling book for Mills & Boon. It has sold all over the world despite an awful review on amazon. I have hopes the new one will do the same. I also have lots of other new books in the pipeline with M&B.
As Linda Sole I've had the Family Feud trilogy out over the past eighteen months and I now have another book coming in May called All My Sins. This is written in the first person and I think it's my best saga since Lovers & Sinners, which sold in big numbers for Century and Arrow.
I hope to get back sooner this time with an excerpt next time.
Best wishes, Linda
Posted by Linda Sole at 12:33 AM