First, the new Knight Agency newsletter is out! It's complete with an interview with the wonderful RITA-Award winning Rosemary Clement-Moore whose latest young adult novel, Texas Gothic, releases July 12th from Delacorte. You're also all cordially invited to chat with Rosemary on Thursday, June 23rd at 9 pm ET. We promise you pub talk, book giveaways and good times!
WHAT: Chat with Rosemary Clement-Moore
WHEN: Thursday, June 23rd at 9pm ET
WHERE: The Knight Agency Chat Room
HOW TO CHAT: Enter any combination of username and password. Login. Your computer must be Java enabled to chat.
You don't have to wait until next week to hear Rob Thurman in her Binwalla ("Epic Geeks Epic Radio) webinterview. It's up now (at about 33 minutes and 45 seconds). She talks on her blog about what to expect.
In other news, Diana Orgain has been over at Romantic Times Book Reviews recently about "Finding Time to Write." She's the author of the Maternal Instincts mystery series for Berkley Prime Crime and mother of three, so she knows whereof she speaks!
Diana Pharaoh Francis, meanwhile, was interviewing over at Deviant Divas, taking about her Horngate Witches urban fantasy series.
I was over at Deborah Blake's blog talking about novel writing. I'm also terribly excited to post a link here to the very first review I've seen my my urban fantasy novel Bad Blood, forthcoming in just eleven days from Samhain Publishing. Fresh Fiction says, “BAD BLOOD is a wonderful read. The mystery keeps the reader engaged, the action makes the reader want to roll with the punches, and the romance makes the senses tingle. This is a great book to coil up with on a lazy Sunday afternoon.”
Last, but certainly not least, Janet Mullany gets a one-two punch of promotion for Jane and the Damned (as a Fresh Pick from Fresh Fiction) and for Mr. Bishop and the Actress from Unabridged Chick with a wonderful review ("A perfect summertime read for anyone who wants to giggle a great deal and sigh happily and escape the humdrum for a few hours.")