Monday, April 30, 2007

A new book from Margaret L. Carter

by Margaret L. Carter
ISBN-13: 978-1-60272-039-8
Publisher: Amber Quill Press

Mortal and immortal meet at the boundary of land and water: An undine who loves a mortal gains a human soul. Melia doesn't want that. She intends only to seduce the owner of her lake into preserving the land around it from development. But love ensnares both of them. She risks losing her heart and winning what she never wanted -- humanity.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

My inspiration.... Always

Another beautiful voice for you to discover

This young man calls Nashville home, and he's an amazing, talented singer of Classical music. You should definitely check out his official website and his MySpace. I promise you won't be disappointed in the least!

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Spanish Romance

Romance has a face and a name in Spanish, too.... It's this incredible, romantic singer... He's absolutely magical, and a truly special man.

Click on his image to go directly to his website, or if you'd like to visit MySpace and enjoy his music there: César's MySpace

Monday, April 23, 2007

Coming Soon from Forbidden Publications

Here's the first look at my debut with new publisher Forbidden Publications...

Vampire thriller (erotic)
Tentative May '07

When Detective Faith Prentice is assigned as a liaison to the police force in Montreal, intent on helping the detectives there capture a killer who’s MO matches one she’s hunted at home in Los Angeles, she is ill-prepared for what awaits her in the beautiful jewel city of Canada’s French province. Mysteriously drawn to her temporary partner, Adrian Blackthorne, she rebels against his allure, only to be drawn into an even deeper darkness when Adrian’s past snares her—and she becomes a pawn in the deadly battle between the vampire Blackthorne and the powerful master he has long denied…

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

New York Times Book Review

Thought you might like to see this very cool news. Please pass the word along, that Canada's Grande Dame of Speculative Fiction has had such wonderful recognition!

April 15, 2007:

The New York Times Sunday Book Review included Élisabeth Vonarburg's 'A Game of Perfection' in their round up of "Fiction in Translation".

Reviewer David ITZKOFF summarized the novel and concluded with, "... it is fascinating to watch Vonarburg grapple with the psyche of a man who might live for centuries or more, whose desires and motivations need not conform with those of us who'll get a mere 75 years if we're lucky." [MORE on A Game of Perfection]

Thanks for helping share the news.

Janice Shoults, Marketing Director
Box 1714, Calgary, AB, T2P 2L7, Canada
403-254-0160(voice) / 403-254-0456 (fax)
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing now includes Tesseract Books

2007 Releases (USA):

Hydrogen Steel by K. A. Bedford (March 2007)
i-Robot Poetry by Jason Christie by Jason Christie (April 2007)
Tesseracts Ten edited by Edo van Belkom and Robert Charles Wilson (May 2007)
Righteous Anger by Lynda Williams (June 2007)
As Fate Decrees by Denysé Bridger (August 2007)
Petrified World by Piotr Brnyczka (September 2007)
Keeper's Child by Leslie Davis (September 2007)
Darkness of the God by Amber Hayward (October 2007)
Tesseracts Eleven ed. by Cory Doctorow & Holly Phillips (November 2007)

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Five-star review for SILENT DEATH

Available from: New Concepts Publishing
A "Love Bites" short story ($2.50)

Five Roses:

Adam Walker is a finely honed killing machine. As one of the Company’s finest field agents, he holds a closely guarded secret - Adam is in fact a ninja, one of the deadly race of Japanese mythical warriors. When his lover and friend, Kiku, is brutally killed, Adam seeks out his revenge in the deadliest fashion. If he is to keep his actions secret from the Company he must enlist the help of Shainna Barton, a fellow agent and the only person Adam truly trusts. While Adam dishes out his revenge, Shainna covers for him on a mission. What neither of them could predict is the depth of their friendship and where that friendship will lead them…

Silent Death is a mere eighteen pages in length, but those few pages had this reviewer riveted to the seat! Ms Bridger has an evocative style of writing that draws the reader into the story from the opening paragraph. I was shocked to see Adam loose someone so early in the story, but the relationship he has with Shainna is both touching and thrilling. If you are looking for an erotic respite, a brief read, a well thought out plot and intriguing characters, you would do well to dip into Silent Death.

Reviewed in March 2007 by Donna,
for A Romance Review

Monday, April 02, 2007

New Review for Rebel Heart

This story has long been near and dear to my heart, because it's the forerunner to my serial story, REBEL KNIGHT with Branscombe Richmond, the story officially sponsored by the American Motorcycle Company. So, seeing a review like this is a real pleasure. I had to share it with everyone!!

Amber Quill Press
Contemporary / Interracial / Multicultural / Suspense / Thriller
ISBN: 1-59279-509-9
Reviewed by Jo
for Joyfully Reviewed

Francesca Daniels lives alone with her art, as a matter of fact she has always been a loner her entire life. Francesca once let a man into her life and that proved to be a grave mistake that she took to confirm her way of life. Nick Red Cloud, a private investigator, came riding into Francesca’s life one night. They were instantly attracted to one another and the attraction soon lead to flames.

Nick has not told Francesca the entire truth about himself and why he is there. When he discovers that he has brought her worst nightmare to her door, Nick fears he might have lost the love he just found. Nick pulls every string he has to help Francesca, but can he convince Francesca that he really loves her and wants a life with her forever?

Rebel Heart deals with a subject matter that can be tricky. Francesca has survived an attack, which leads her even further into her life as a loner. Nick has accepted a job thinking its just going to be a simple job. Neither anticipates nor realizes just how their lives will change forever, both good and bad, by this simple meeting. I was truly touched by how Ms. Bridger worked her story around the background of physical assault. The compassion, fear, rage and love that were expressed by the characters made Rebel Heart a love story that all women can relate to. I recommend Rebel Heart as a story that any type of reader would like in their library. I know I am happy to have it in mine and I plan on re-reading it several times.