Thursday, October 04, 2007

Rose McCauley and Martha at the booksigning

Tiff and Carrie at Barbour Dinner

Kim's acceptance

More on Dallas

Barbour's two newest authors: Marcia Gruver and Sharon Hickey

Martha with her agent Tamela Hancock Murray

Wendy Lawton: Agent of the Year

Kim Sawyer

BOTY award.

Linda Kozar: Mentor of the Year

Mama Ruth and Brandilyn: Two of the classiest ladies at the conference.

When the Nile Runs Red

When DiAnn Mills writes a novel, you can truly expect an adventure. When the Nile Runs Red is no exception. From the first few paragraphs to the very end, the reader will again be caught up in the lives of Larson and Paul Farid and Ben Alier. Their struggles to help the Sudanese people in the midst of danger increase as tensions rise between the warring factions of the north and south. Add to that the hatred of Paul’s family against Larson, and you have the plot of a riveting story that will keep you reading to the end to see how they bridge the gaps that seem to grow wider with every page. Another great novel from a master storyteller.

For a free copy of this book, leave a comment and your name will go into a drawing for an autogaphed copy of this book.

Crimson Eve

I just read Crimson Eve, and it's another winner.
Fasten your seat belts for another great ride with Brandilyn Collins in Crimson Eve. From the first moment when Carla Radling realizes her life is in danger from the secrets of her past to the moment of conclusion, you are caught up in the intricacies only Brandilyn can devise. With Carla on the run, her friends in Kanner Lake seek to find her and help her escape whatever it is that is driving her away from them. The closer you think you are to the truth, the more twists are thrown in to drive you off track. How it all comes together makes for a truly satisfying ending, but do expect a few dead bodies along the way. Fast paced action and characters give this novel all the ingredients for a wild, but satisfying journey back to Kanner Lake.