Thursday, November 09, 2006

Heart on his Sleeve…

has been contracted to Ellora’s Cave!

We’re thrilled! *Tosses confetti*

HohS is a medieval. I’d always wanted to write a medieval. Anyone remember all those by Julie Garwood? How about Honor’s Slender? Judith McNaught, before she went contemporary, too? I loved her Kingdom of Dreams?

Mercy, what wonderful books and when I approached Mari with the idea and she said yes. I nearly cried, because this is a genre that has always meant so much to me.

*Tosses more confetti*

((((((((((((((((((((Mari))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Thank you so much for writing such a good story with me! Waryn and Sibil will always be very special and not just because they’re our first of many!

Until later~


Blogger Marissa Alwin said...

OMG you blogged! yes we have a contract! *caddyshack gopher dance*

I cut my teeth on Historicals too but different authors... Susan King, Karyn Monk, and Elizabeth Elliott were my first few. So of course I would say yes when you tempted me with the idea! they hold a special place in my heart as well. That a publisher accepted one I helped write is just amazing to me!

And looking at the over-flowing "what if" idea folder encompassing so many genres. i can definitely agree it is our first of many.

((((Rissa))))))) thank you for the hard work you put into this one! Sibil adores Waryn, She thanks you very much for granting her, her If Only.

May you always have seductive whispers of the past, sensual pleasures of the present, promising enticement of the future,
and the alluring passion of the unknown.

11/10/2006 1:30 AM  
Blogger FeyRhi said...

You two are the best *G* I too love historicals, especially the medievals. Julie Garwood has a couple amazing ones. The "Wedding" and the "Bride" are two that jump to mind.

I can't wait to read it. It feels like ages since I read a good historical. I think I'm suffering from withdrawl.

11/10/2006 7:34 PM  
Anonymous Paula said...


I've only read a few Garwoods, but liked them. I don't remember if I've read KoD, but I liked the Velvet books. Were those medieval, though? Maybe not.

11/11/2006 6:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey twin of mine - I've already said CONGRATULATIONS. And those congratulatory Tim Tams... welll uhhh you know I am as much a procrastinator as you! LOL

I do however NEED some info / verification from you asap since I have begun my errrr whisper PR campaign on at least one list so far.... and they have asked for DETAILS. Am giving them the Marrissa Alwin web site addy with link to Heart On His Sleeve blurb.....

You'd better IM me before I go full on into the whole campaign!! LOL

The other Mo - who's willing to contribute Tim Tams for your first newsletter contest *whistling*

11/21/2006 9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

*Waving to Mo* Thank you!

Mari got TIM TAMS!!!! *humph*


Yep, send everyone to Marissa Alwin's site! It should be released this coming Feb 14th! That's if edits all go through on time. Keep your fingers crossed!

And Tim Tams for our first newsletter would be great. Thank you! As soon as we hear more information on the release we can work at putting one together.

Until later~

11/23/2006 11:39 AM  
Blogger Mechele Armstrong said...

*perks up* Tim Tams? LOL.

*eg* It's a great book. Yes, it's good to be the critique partner.

11/30/2006 11:02 PM  

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