SARA Members have loads out there, and more to come.
Now, SARAs should absolutely correct me if I'm wrong, but I understand that Anne is staring down the exciting barrel of her third win, following on from her 2007 win in the short category with Behind Closed Doors, and 2008 with One Night Before Marriage. Way to go, Anne.
Other SARA winners/finalists in recent years include Trish Morey and Elizabeth Rolls. Check the RWA R*BY archive for the full list.
Dy Loveday has recently received a contract for her fantasy romance, Illusion. Congratulations, Dy. Very exciting for you and we can't wait to hear more.
Bec Sampson continues her winning ways with second place in the Young Adult section of the Connecticut Chapter of RWA 'The Write Stuff' contest, with 'Fake'. Big congrats to you again, Bec.
In more awesome news, Amy T Matthews has been shortlisted for the 2012 Dobbie Literary Award with End Of The Night Girl. Fabulous stuff, Amy. Best of luck.
See Lilliana Rose's blog for a list of her recently published poems. She's been a busy girl.
Tamara Gill has signed a contract with Crimson Romance for her single title regency time travel romance, A Stolen Season, to be published later this year. You're on fire, Tam! Congratulations.
Tamara's blog hop to celebrate the release of A Marriage Made in Mayfair is fast approaching, so get thee to her webbie to get a piece of the action.
Here's a blurb for A Stolen Season:
Archaeologist Sarah Baxter had a clear directive: travel back to nineteenth century London to retrieve the measuring device she left behind. But her bungled attempt at thievery left an English Earl dead and his brother bent on revenge. Sarah must once again go back in time to find the device and return to her own time before her tragic mistake puts a noose around her neck. Unfortunately, the only way to get close to the device is to befriend the very man who wants her dead.
Eric the new Earl of Earnston was determined to catch the woman who killed his brother, but she'd disappeared without a trace. Twelve months on and there are still no clues to her whereabouts. As luck would have it, he finds a distraction. A new family have arrived in town and Miss Sarah Baxter is a delightful diversion among the stale debutantes in the ton.
Sarah knows it is madness to seduce the man who would want her dead should he know who she was, but the Earl is an alarmingly persistent gentleman. Can Sarah procure the device without her secret being revealed? And what will the Earl do when he finds out the woman he’s in love with is not the woman he thought he knew.
Until next time, happy reading.