News Flash: ARCs, Launch Parties, Goodreads and New Contracts

Congrats to Anne, who won a copy of THE LAST DEATH OF JACK HARBIN by guest author Terry Shames!

From the 2014 Debs…

Lisa Alber‘s KILMOON landed on a Goodreads “Most Anticipated Novels of 2014” list, right up there with NYT bestselling authors, the only debut in the top 10! Like you’d expect, she blasted the news in eager debut author fashion. Wanna help her remain in the top 10 for awhile? Just click “vote for this book” here (next to her cover thumbnail). Thanks!

Susan Gloss posted the details about the launch party for VINTAGE on her website at susangloss.com/party. If you live in the Madison, Wis. area, consider stopping by!

375731_10152566116249745_586105810_nLori Rader-Day received a box of early advanced reader copies for the most advanced readers of them all—other writers who have promised to read THE BLACK HOUR and possibly give her “blurbs.”

Natalia Sylvester is excited to be a co-host at Kathryn Craft’s virtual launch party for her debut novel, The Art of Falling. She’ll be chatting and answering questions live on Facebook on Tuesday, January 28 from noon to 1 p.m. Eastern. Stop by and you’ll be entered to win an ARC of Chasing the Sun and a copy of The Art of Falling!

Heather Webb is proud, happy, ECSTATIC to announce her second novel, RODIN’S LOVER, will be published by Plume/Penguin and will release in winter of 2015. Here’s the description from Publisher’s Marketplace: Author of BECOMING JOSEPHINE Heather Webb’s RODIN’S LOVER, set against the backdrop of 1880’s Paris, in which Camille Claudel—student, lover, and artistic collaborator to Rodin—determines to succeed at a time when a woman’s artistic desires are caught between duty and freedom, again to Denise Roy at Plume, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management. For more information on Heather’s new book, go HERE.

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Lori Rader-Day is the author of the mystery THE BLACK HOUR (Seventh Street Books, July 2014). She grew up in central Indiana, but now lives in Chicago with her husband and very spoiled dog.