Books!

Robin has been a very busy writer. Here’s what she’s been working on:

In Her Sights  (Montlake Romance, Nov. 29, 2011) – the story of a female SWAT Team Sniper with a secret past who reluctantly teams with an investigative journalist to uncover and stop the stalker bent on destroying her and everyone she cares about.

Finding Her Son  (Harlequin Intrigue, March 2012) – a woman who is determined to find her kidnapped son and suspected in her husband’s death and is forced to team with the embattled SWAT cop who is assigned to prove her guilt.

Cowboy in the Crossfire (Harlequin Intrigue, July 2012) – The story of a woman desperate to protect her young son after he witnesses a murder is forced to team with a disgraced Texas Sheriff who her family framed.

Christmas Conspiracy (Harlequin Intrigue, October 2012) – Driven into hiding by an assassin, the unexpected heiress to a throne must protect her young twins by relying on the man who betrayed her–her children’s father.

Behind the Lies (2013) – A follow-up to In Her Sights and the first in Robin Perini’s 3-book Montgomery Justice Series (which includes Far from Honor (2014) and  More than Deceit (2015)) – A woman discovers her ‘perfect’ husband is a cold-blooded, international assassin and is forced to put the lives of her and her young son in the hands of a man who lives behind his own lies.

Look for all of Robin’s great books at
www.RobinPerini.com
or at your favorite bookseller!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 

Golden Heart winner Robin Perini is devoted to giving readers fast-paced, high stakes adventures infused with a poignant love story sure to melt their hearts. Her mission’s motto: “when danger and romance collide, no heart is safe.” She loves to interact with readers. Visit her website at www.robinperini.com.

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Books!

ON SALE MAY 29, 2012

FOR LOVE AND HONOR

Anthology with New York Times bestselling author Cathy Maxwell’s & Lynne Hinton

Three military heroes fighting to protect their country, their home, and the women they love.

 In Candis Terry’s HOME SWEET HOME, Lt. Aiden Marshall returns to Sweet, TX, after facing the devastation of war. With the help of the entire town and a tail-wagging companion, the woman he’s always loved makes her hero’s homecoming all the more sweet.

ON SALE JUNE 19, 2012

SOMEBODY LIKE YOU (book 3 in the Sugar Shack Novels)

 Strait-laced . . .

Chicago prosecutor Kelly Silverthorne has a perfect record in the courtroom and a big fat zero in the bedroom.  When she loses her first case ever, she returns home to Deer Lick, Montana, to regain her confidence and shake off the “Sister Serious” moniker she’s been strapped with since childhood. Only a few hours into her repentance karma thrusts her face-to-face with yet another of her major fiascos—a one night stand with the hottest cop in the county.

Rebel with a Cause . . .

Deputy James Harley has always played with fire. When smart and sexy Kelly pops back into his life, he doesn’t mind going for a full burn. And that might be exactly what happens when his past threatens to catch up with his future.

A Match Made in . . .

Heaven only knows what Kelly’s dearly departed mom has planned from the other side.  But even heaven knows that when love comes knocking there’s no stopping the good things to come.

Look for these and Candis’s other great books at
www.CandisTerry.com
or at your favorite bookseller!

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Candis Terry was born and raised near the sunny beaches of Southern California and now makes her home on an Idaho farm. She’s experienced life in such diverse ways as working in a Hollywood recording studio to scooping up road apples left by her daughter’s rodeo queening horse to working as a graphic designer. Only one thing has remained constant: Candis’ passion for writing stories about relationships, the push and pull in the search for love, and the security one finds in their own happily ever after. Though her stories are set in small towns, Candis’ wish is to give each of her characters a great big memorable love story rich with quirky characters, tons of fun, and a happy ending.

Lynn Cahoon! 

Lynn will receive $100 and a beautiful certificate. 
She’ll also have the considerable mojo of the GH99er sisterhood pulling for her when the Golden Heart® finalists are announced at RWANational.org on or about March 25, 2011. 
(Note: This is entirely mojo of the good wishes and prayers sort —
we have no pull in the GH contest!!)

Congratulations, Lynn!  

With Lynn’s permission, here is the winning essay:

This year’s essay topic was:  What is the best/most impactful lesson you have learned from another writer and how do you plan to pay it forward?

 

 I was one of those. The ones who declare, “I want to write a book.” I had a thriller, a middle grade time travel, a mystery, and a romance started. Each story would grab me and I’d be on fire until chapter five. Then I’d lose steam. In a few months, I’d start a new story convinced that the problem was the genre, not me.

I hung out at blogs, bought writing books, and told everyone that someday I was going to be published.

One day, I won a contest from one of the blogs. The author lived in my area and we agreed to meet for lunch so she could hand deliver my prize. When she asked what I was working on, I unloaded all the ideas for my stories. Her eyes glazed over. When I finished, she asked me what story I was passionate about. I didn’t have a clue what she was talking about so I chose the romance. We made a pact to meet in a month and report progress on our projects.

The next month, I wrote a chapter. We agreed to meet the next month. Again, she made strides, I wrote two chapters. Her secret? She sat down to write every day. No excuses. I made a commitment to write thirty minutes a day. If I couldn’t commit thirty minutes a day, I didn’t want to write a book. I wanted to talk about it.

After two years, I’ve finished four full manuscripts, seven short stories, and a novella. Five of the shorts have been published.

Paying it forward means mentoring a new writer. I want to cheer when a new writer starts a manuscript, support at the sagging middle, and spread breadcrumbs leading them to the end.

Published!

December 31, 2010

The GH99er group, sponsors of the Jeannie Gray Golden Friendship Award, want to send huge congratulations out to last year’s award winner, Nancy Naigle, whose first book, Out of Focus, has been bought for publication!  Out of Focus will be released in both paper and e-formats in November, 2011. 

Nancy makes the 3rd of 9 recipients of the JGGFA to make the leap to publication, joining NYT and USA Today best seller Pamela Palmer and Jeanne Adams

Pamela’s latest book, Rapture Untamed (released July, 2010, from Avon), is the fourth installment in the Feral Warriors series (dark paranormal romance). 

Jeanne’s latest book is Deadly Little Secrets (released September, 2010, from Kensington).  Deadly Little Secrets is Jeanne’s third romantic suspense novel.

The GH99ers couldn’t be prouder of these writers!

Happy New Year!

And the winner is…

March 4, 2010

Nancy Naigle! 


Nancy will receive $100 and a beautiful certificate. 
She’ll also have the considerable mojo of the GH99er sisterhood pulling for her when the Golden Heart® finalists are announced at RWANational.org on or about March 25, 2010. 
(Note: This is entirely mojo of the good wishes and prayers sort —
we have no pull in the GH contest!!)

Congratulations, Nancy!  

 

Welcome!

January 11, 2010

Welcome to the new web home for the Jeannie Gray Golden Friendship Award.  Please visit The Award page (link above) to learn more about this FREE writing contest designed to help defray the contest expenses of one lucky unpublished romance writer who has entered the current Romance Writers of America ® Golden Heart Contest.

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