Capital Region Romance members had another outstanding month! Congratulations to everyone on their accomplishments.
- Marie Lark’s fourth book, The First Morning After, released from LooseID on June 7.
- Kelli Newby’s book won the Fire And Ice competition in the Contemporary Romance category.
- Debby Nolan’s sweet romance Starting Over is coming out in January 2017 through Desert Breeze Press.
- Sue Ann Porter will have a flash fiction story published in the next issue of Machinery Mag, a publication based in India.
- The fifth book in Lucinda Race’s Loudon Series, Ready To Soar, will be out in four weeks.
- Glen Ebisch’s book about a television meteorologist entitled Stormy Weather will be coming out next year from The Wild Rose Press.
- Rachael Miles’ second book, Chasing The Heiress, released on May 31st from Kensington.
Congrats to our members for their accomplishments in September and October!
- Ann Bowling’s article “I Cleaned Up My Dad’s Hoarder House” was published in XOJane.com
- Carol Storm’s book Burning Captivity (Book 2 of the Charity Chronicles) is coming soon from Blushing Books.
- K.A. Mitchell’s 20th book Put a Ring on It came out September 9, 2015.
- Jenna Kendrick’s Make Me Believe hit #1 in LGBT short reads on Amazon. Her book Stuck with You will be released October 2016. Home for the Holidays, a Male/male anthology releases November 2015.
- Kari Cole’s Constant Craving is a finalist in NJRW’s Put Your Heart in a Book Contest.
- Nona Raines’ novella Write to Me released on September 16, 2015. She received a contract from Loose Id for her trans-romance Her Kind of Man.
- Marie Lark’s third book, Third Take is the Charm, was released the last week of August with Loose Id.
- Jeanette Grey’s novel When The Stars Align was released on September 1, 2015. Her print debut, Seven Nights to Surrender will be released November 3!
- Rachael Miles’ Jilting the Duke is coming out February 2016 from Kensington, Zebra.
- Jean Gordon’s “Holiday Homecoming” is being released November 17.
- Autumn Jones Lake has a short story in the anthology “Pink: Hot n’ Sexy For a Cure” which became an Amazon international best seller in October.