And I’m one of them! I spent this past weekend in Atlanta, at the Moonlight & Magnolias conference sponsored by the fabulous Georgia Romance Writers (GRW). GRW also sponsors the prestigious Maggie Awards, and I’m thrilled to announced that my second book, Sex And The Single Earl, won the Maggie Award for Best Historical Romance. It was particularly exciting to win because I love this book so much. If you haven’t read it, it’s no longer available in print but it is available in e-book format. You can find it on Amazon, at Barnes & Noble, or at your favorite e-book retailer.
Hubby and I will be doing something fun this weekend. We’ll be in Atlanta, hanging out with some pals and spending time at the fabulous Moonlight & Magnolias Conference, sponsored by the Georgia Romance Writers (GRW). My second book, Sex And The Single Earl, has been nominated for Best Historical Romance in the GRW’s prestigious contest, The Maggies. Naturally, I was THRILLED to be one of the finalists, but the best reason for finaling was that it gave me an excuse to visit with all my friends in the Atlanta area!
Along with putting on a dynamite conferenece, the ladies of the GRW sponsor a fantastic book fair and autographing session, which is open to the public. I’ll be signing along with some phenomenal authors, including Sherrilyn Kenyon, Eloisa James, Karen White, Shiloh Walker, and Haywood Smith. Zounds! What a line-up! The signing will take place on Oct. 1, from 4 to 5:30 pm in the ballroom of the Decatur Hotel and Conference Center. If you live in the Atlanta area, you really should stop by. The session is free, and I know it’s going to be a lot of fun. Details are available on the GRW website.
I’d also like to announce the winner of Marie Force’s latest book, Georgia On My Mind. It’s Gail S. Congratulations! I’ll be in touch. My next guest on the blog is New York Times best-selling historical romance novelist, Sophie Jordan. She’ll be here this Friday, so be sure to stop on by!