Yeah, I think. Still have the Sharing Knife Book 1 to read but have heard tis very good.
Lois McMaster Bujold’s WIDE GREEN WORLD, Parts I and II: the third and forth novels in the world of “The Sharing Knife,” to Jennifer Brehl and Katherine Nintzel at Harper, by Eleanor Wood at Spectrum Literary Agency (NA).
Sounds kind of interesting
Christy Award-nominated author of Chateau of Echoes Siri L. Mitchell’s WHITE ILLUSIONS, a Cinderella story in reverse, as a beautiful woman uses poisonous lead-based paint to turn herself into an ugly duckling in order to further her husband’s position in the court of a vain Queen Elizabeth, to David Long at Bethany House, by Beth Jusino at Alive Communications (world).
Is this repackaged chicklit?
Christie Craig’s DIVORCED, DESPERATE & DELICIOUS, to Chris Keeslar at Dorchester, by Kim Lionetti of BookEnds.
This author’s name sounds familiar to me, but I know I haven’t read her
Katherine Neville’s sequel to her debut novel, The Eight, ranging from the dawn of the war of Greek Independence in 1822 to the outbreak of the Iraq War in 2003, this novel begins when the heroine of The Eight mysteriously vanishes, and her daughter must follow a set of cryptic clues on a dangerous quest to discover who murdered her father, to Mark Tavani at Ballantine, for publication in fall 2008, along with an audio version of The Eight for the first time, by Simon Lipskar at Writers House (NA).
Love Anya Bast
Anya Bast, Jodi Lynn Copeland, Lauren Dane and Kit Tunstall’s WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS…, a contemporary erotic romance anthology featuring four connected novellas set in Sin City, to Susan Pezzack for Harlequin Spice, in a nice deal, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World).
Campbell-Award winning author of CARNIVAL Elizabeth Bear’s ALL THE WINDWRACKED STARS, BY THE MOUNTAIN BOUND, and THE SEA THY MISTRESS, a Norse-influenced post-apocalyptic steampunk noir fantasy series, to Beth Meacham at Tor, in a very nice deal, by Jennifer Jackson at the Donald Maass Literary Agency (World).
Dunno what to think of this. Is it a paranormal?
Kate Pearce’s SCANDALOUS, in which a man’s sordid past as a Turkish slave threatens both his business and his marriage unless his wife can embrace his carnal depths and accept him for the man he truly is, to John Scognamiglio at Kensington, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Deidre Knight at The Knight Agency (world).