Also, don’t forget to #EnterToWin a @Crimson_Romance #KindleFire #giveaway HERE or via the banner below:
Contest ends February 28, 2015.
If you love Audra like I do, you can vote for her HERE!
If you want to read Audra’s 5-star review at InD’Tale Magazine, you can check it out HERE.
Thank you for voting (and reading)!
Thanks to InD’Tale magazine & TJ McKay! Audra is now a 2014 RONE Award Nominee!
Click HERE to read the 5-Star review from InD’Tale Magazine.
See the complete list of nominees HERE.
Voting for your favorite historical begins March 24 – 30, 2014. I’ll post more details when the time arrives. Hope to see you there!
Starting today and for the entire month of February, both of my historical romantic mysteries, Rhianna and Audra, are on SALE for $1.99! Warm up this chilly winter month with a good read, a cup of cocoa and, preferably, a fuzzy little animal at your side!
Choose RHIANNA if you like French counts, English earls and secret pasts! A coming-of-age tale in the English country-side, filled with twists, turns and duels.
Choose AUDRA if you prefer first loves, secret admirers and kidnappings! A presentation at St. James Court is only the beginning of trouble in this 1830s London story.
Happy reading, everyone!
My books are being featured Saturday and Sunday at The Fussy Librarian, a new website that offers personalized eBook recommendations. You choose from 40 genres and indicate preferences about content and then the computers work their magic. It’s pretty cool — check it out!
“I’m pleased to introduce a historical romance author who is also an avid historian. If you love escaping into a Regency world á la Jane Austen, then don’t miss Amanda L.V. Shalaby’s books!” – Moriah Densley, author Song for Sophia, 2012 RWA Golden Heart Finalist, and winner of the 2012 Readers’ Choice Best Historical and Best First Book Awards
Find me today at historical romance author Moriah Densley’s blog! Moriah generously features Rhianna and Audra – with excerpts from both books!
“I was fascinated … by the way this writer does the surprising thing, adapting and changing the formulas and clichés of the genre to create the new. And all this while still keeping me invested in a romance.”
Find the complete review of Audra by Books With Benefits HERE.
The lovely and talented American historical author Becky Lower talks Rhianna and Audra on her blog today as part of The Romance Reviews’ Fall Into Romance Blog Hop. Stop by and say hello!
Also, don’t forget that Becky Lower’s latest novel, The Tempestuous Debutante, released this month! Check out The Reading Cafe’s 5-star review HERE.
You can read the full, 5-star review HERE.