We’re so proud that Joy Nash graces the cover of the November issue of RT Book Reviews.  Her SILVER SILENCE continues the Druids of Avalon series and has been called a cross between Marion Zimmer Bradley and Mary Stewart. If you’re a fan of Arthurian legend, this is not one to miss.

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Some of these actually gave me goose bumps.

A LITTLE LIGHT MAGIC by Joy Nash – June

STOLEN HEAT by Elisabeth Naughton – August

WHERE THE WIND BLOWS by Caroline Fyffe – August

Forget the Italian men and gold. For me, it was all about the gelato! 

I can’t even begin to thank Diane Stacy and everyone who helped out with blog posts along the way.  You guys are awesome!

Author Amanda Brice did a fantastic recap of the Women’s Fiction Festival over on the Fictionistas’ blog today. I’ll post some photos soon, but for now, suffice it to say that we all had a wonderful time.  There were a lot of great authors, along with editors and agents from Germany, Italy, Portugal and the UK.  Further recap about the foreign market is on the way.

In the meantime, a shoutout to C.L. Wilson, whose KING OF SWORD AND SKY hit the New York Times bestseller list.  And to Joy Nash for winning a Prism Award in the Dark Parnormal category for IMMORTALS: THE AWAKENING.  A huge congrats to both!