Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Tuesday News—Guest Bloggers, New Releases and More . . .

I’m thrilled to tell you that Harlequin American Romance’s latest debut author—Megan Kelly—will be guest blogging here at The Writer Side of Life on Thursday. Megan’s going to tell us all about her path to publication, so I hope you’ll check back. She’ll also be giving away an autographed copy of her first Harlequin American Romance, Marrying the Boss, so be sure to leave a comment or ask her a question.

All his life Mark Collins has been fighting for a place to belong. Now just when he thinks the hard-earned family business is within reach, his adoptive grandfather's will has named a challenger.

Leanne Fairbanks belongs in Collins Company as much as Mark does—and she's just as determined to become its next CEO. Until her handsome rival starts arousing feelings that have nothing to do with business. With a lot more than who's going to be boss at issue, Leanne has to decide whether winning the battle will lose her the war, especially when it's her heart at stake.
I’m really looking forward to reading your story, Megan! And speaking of Harlequin American Romances, the four April titles hit the shelves today. Be sure to check them out!

Runaway Cowboy by Judy Christenberry
Marrying the Boss by Megan Kelly
The Marriage Recipe by Michele Dunaway
Downhome Dixie
by Pamela Browning

Last but not least, it’s conflict month over at the Wet Noodle Posse and I’m blogging today about GMC—Goal, Motivation & Conflict. Drop by and say, “Hi!”

Happy reading and writing!



Anonymous said...

Looks like a good read! And now that I've read the brief description of the book, I'm intrigued to find out who's the boss – the heroine or the hero?

Wouldn't it be fun if Harlequin artists loosened up a bit and had the heroine dipping the hero for a change? That would really make me curious!


Megan Kelly said...

Rachel, I love the idea of the male dip, but I don't think we're that loose yet. :) The original cover was supposed to be a board room setting, so you can imagine how thrilled I was with this! I love the colors and playfulness. Megan

Lee McKenzie said...

I don't know, Megan. I love your cover as it is, but I hear those boardroom tables have more than one function ;)