Celebrate our latest member news

Please join our chapter in celebrating our members’ accomplishments in the first quarter of 2017.

  • Jeanette Grey received a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly for Nine Kinds of Naughty. The book released February 7, 2017.
  • Kathryn Biel’s Made for Me was featured in BookBub in December. It made it to #1 on Kobo’s Humorous Fiction list. It was then featured in Women’s World Magazine as a book club pick. New Attitude will be released 3/14/17.
  • Glen Ebisch sold a new mystery, The Open Window, to Wild Rose Press.
  • Thomasine Rappold had the third book in her Sole Survivor series—The Lady Who Drew Me In—released 12/20/2017.
  • Kelli Newby’s manuscript Ex, Ex, Oh finaled in the Joyce Henderson contest, Contemporary Romance category. She also signed with Rena Rossner of the Deborah Harris Agency.
  • Debby Nolan’s Hello Again was published by Desert Breeze in Jan 2017.
  • Anna Bowling sold two articles to Heroes and Heartbreakers.
  • Jenna Kendrick’s Beyond Belief came out January 31.
  • Autumn Jones Lake’s seventh book in the Lost Kings series, White Knuckles, came out on January 17th.
  • KA Mitchell’s Relationship Status will release in April from Carina. Ethan and Wyatt’s trilogy comes out in mass market paperback in July.
  • Sue Ann Porter’s Arm Wrestling with the Pharaoh is available in eBook on Amazon.com. It will soon be available on other sites, including Barnes and Noble.
  • Nona Raines released “Not the Hot Guy” in February. It is a companion to Not the Hot Chick.
  • Jean C Gordon has a title, cover, and publication date for Reuniting His Family with Love Inspired Romance
  • Morgan Malone’s “Shoudler to Lean On,” a novella published under Roxanne St. Clare’s Barefoot Bay Kindle Worlds, hit the #1 bestselling contemporary in Kindle Worlds.

April 2017 Meeting

Join us this Saturday, April 8, 2017, at the East Greenbush Library for our monthly meeting. Chapter business will be discussed at 1pm, followed by a presentation by our own Jenna Kendrick at 2pm.

April 8, 2017 – Jenna Kendrick – Keeping Track: Creating a Series Bible.
A series bible is an indispensible organizational tool, kind of a master list, either on paper or on your computer, that tracks the details of your characters and the world you’ve built for them, which you can refer to as you write through your series.

We hope to see you there!