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The challenge is well under way as we approach the close of our first week. For those registered, we have a chat room on the 50k in 30 Days Forum where we sprint every night to assist us in reaching our goals. While you’re there, take a moment to introduce yourself, post about your goals and achievements or ‘Participate to Motivate’ and post a message of motivation for fellow participants.
RWA Merry Webber Blogs
June 8 -A Day in the Writing Life of Deborah Challinor – Suzanne Hamilton
June 9 -Ink-Stained Groupies workshop promo – Imelda Evans
June 10 - Event Announcements – Juanita Kees
June 11 - Conference Spotlight on the Conference Team – Eleni Konstantine
June 12 - Little Gems 2012 Author Shayne Sands – Jenn J McLeod
June 14 - Cruisin’ with RWA – Juanita Kees
Cruisin’ the News
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- New releases
June 7 – THE WIND’S GENTLE CARESS – by Anne Brear
Halifax, 1876. On the death of her mother and sister, Isabelle Gibson is left to fend for herself and her brother in a privately-run workhouse. After the matron’s son attempts to rape her, Isabelle decides to escape him and a life of drudgery by agreeing to marry a moorland farmer she has never met. But this man, Farrell, is a drunkard and a bully in constant feud with his landlord, Ethan Harrington. When Farrell bungles a robbery and deserts her, Isabelle and Ethan are thrown together as she struggles to save the farm. Both are married and must hide their growing love. But despite the secrecy, Isabelle draws strength from Ethan as faces from the past return to haunt her and a tragedy is set to strike that will change all of their lives forever.
- Good News
Cathleen Ross’ Harlequin Spice Brief Psychic Sex has been translated into German and so has the Harlequin Anthology Naughty Bits.
- New Cover
See the cover for Eleni Konstantine’s first short story anthology over at her blog.
- Great Reviews
Pop in and see Rachael Johns at:
When: Saturday June 23
Where: Dymocks, 171 York St, Albany, WA
Cruisin’ Member Blogs
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Discover a new world of romance, one kiss at a time
June 8 – This week on Friday Feast:
Harlequin Desire author Paula Roe is my guest on Friday Feast this week and what fun she is too! Paula’s celebrating the re-release of book two in the Mills and Boon DIAMONDS DOWN UNDER series with a trip down memory lane to the sugar high that was the 70’s children’s birthday party. Ahh, memories.
Share what you loved or even hated about childhood birthday parties (oh, where to start!) and you could win a signed copy of this fab re-release.
June 7 – MAGIC THURSDAY: Lilliana Rose with giveaway of Christmas Wings
June 9 – DARKLIGHT ON…Carolyn Wren
June 10 – Weekly Overview
June 11 – Winner of Lilliana’s giveaway announced.
June 12 – GOOD NEWS DAY
June 14 – MAGIC THURSDAY: Amanda Ashby
Rachael John’s answers Juliet’s Ten Awkward Author Questions
June 9 – FROM THE BOOKSHELF…The Shadowlands Trilogy (Shona Husk) – looking for a new book to read or a new-to-you author? Check out what’s on the bookshelf!
June 12 - GUEST AUTHOR: Ally Blake – Ally shares more about herself and her latest book, HIRED: THE BOSS’S BRIDE.
June 8 - Getting to Know Mel Teshco with a giveaway of GALACTIC INFERNO
Warning: this one is HOT! To celebrate her June 13 release, we’re getting to know Mel Teshco. Bring the Kevlar…
Enrico’s Pick Six
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Enrico’s Pick Six this week:
Clint’s Cruisin’ Lane
Clint’s been hunting up motivators for our 50K in 30 Days participants. Here are a few gems he uncovered and shared with them this week:
Easy reading is damn hard writing. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne