Wednesday, February 22, 2012

SPARE TIME

What do you suppose writers do in their spare time? Write, for one thing!  I've dabbled in  lots of different genres. I was a finalist for the Golden Heart Award for unpublished fiction in the Long Historical Category mumble years ago. I have several paranormal romances published with ImaJinn Books. Numerous short stories published in pulp and slick SF/F mags. I even have an essay published in Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul.

I love writing different eras, places and times -- including futuristic! A few years ago I was asked to contribute to an historical anthology. So I wrote September Rain, which is a poignant love story that's very dear to my heart. The anthology was never published, so I decided to publish this historical romantic suspense novella myself.

From 2/22 - 2/27/2012, September Rain will be FREE on Amazon. Drop by and download a copy -- you can't beat the price! 
 

They slit his throat but he lived...
That's what the townspeople said about the reclusive man they called Crazy Jake. When Jacob Chandler saved Hallie Greer from an attacker and was beaten half to death for his trouble, Hallie can't rest until she makes sure he's all right. Hallie travels up a treacherous mountain trail to a treeline cabin. What she finds there is danger, mystery and love.




Happy Reading
Mallory

PRIVATE SECURITY, Harlequin Intrigue 05/2012
DEATH OF A BEAUTY QUEEN, Harlequin Intrigue 06/2012

2 comments:

  1. Laura AKA Loves 2 Read RomanceFebruary 22, 2012 at 8:20 AM

    I love historical romance so I am going to have to check it out. However I don't have a kindle. Maybe I will contact my aunt or future sister-in-law and see if they will download it for me.

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  2. You've been a busy girl in your "spare"time. :)
    I began reading romance books with historicals but seldom,almost never, read them any more....maybe the fact that I taught history for X number of years had something to do with it. :)
    I'm also one of those people who have not invested in a Kindle and probably never will.

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