STATUS: First day back in the office after 6 weeks. Slight chaos.
What’s playing on the XM or iPod right now? BRANDY (YOU’RE A FINE GIRL) by Looking Glass
I honestly didn’t think it was possible but obviously it is. *grin*
Huge congrats to Sherry Thomas for winning the RITA-award for Best Historical Romance two years in a row. In 2010, she won for NOT QUITE A HUSBAND. This year, it’s HIS AT NIGHT’s turn!romance, RWA
Awesome. Congrats to author and agency!
I’m so kindling this. I read NOT QUITE A HUSBAND a few weeks ago…loved it!
Congrats to Sherry!
Woo! Yay for Sherry and for you, too!
I love the cover. I’m going to have to buy it!
Her books are so wonderful. She deserves every award!
And the competition was brutal! What fine writers we have in the romance industry. I always think when reading Sherry’s books that she could have easily gone the literary route and gained accolades there. So glad she chose historical romance…especially Victorian era…Yay, Sherry!
I discovered Sherry through this blog and have adored her books ever since 🙂 Congratulations on a very well-deserved honour!
Congratulations to all involved.
Hooray, A new author to read.
Congrats to Sherry and NLA! (Love that cover)
yes very true,, keep your romance live with lots of love,, nice post,, thanks for sharing,,
Myrna: I haven’t read Robin McKinley, but from what I know of her novels, yes, I would say it’s porbably high or epic fantasy, as it’s also sometimes called. I read and enjoyed the first of the Rangers Apprentice series, but yes, I’d also classify that as epic fantasy. It’s really not a matter of liking or disliking. Tolkien is the classic example of epic fantasy, and I love his books. But it’s not a genre I’m looking to represent at this time, simply because it’s not a category I’m as familiar with as others.