Friday, January 16, 2009

Contest Winner and Friday Fiction

Congratulations to...

AngieTheresa

You are the lucky winner this week! Send me your snail mail address at tiffany@tiffanyjames.net and I'll get it to Taylor so she can get your book to you!


Here are a couple links to some Friday Fiction to get your weekend started off right. Today is "Cabot" day on AH. :0)

Here's a fun concept from Meg Cabot and a "friend" of hers...




Her Royal Highness Mia Thermopolis, Crown Princess of Genovia–whose published “Diaries” have been a #1 bestselling sensation–now graces the world with her first novel of danger, desire, and timeless romance…with an introduction from Meg Cabot!


Click here to learn more!








If you love inspirational romance check this out...

A new series from author Amanda Cabot.
Socialite Sarah Dobbs never thought she’d be a mail-order bride. But, then, she never thought she’d be destitute, shunned and her young sister’s only hope for a normal life. Drawn to Texas by the poetic letters she calls her paper roses, Sarah believes her secrets will be safe there. But the town is deeply divided and harbors its own secrets, including the identity of the person who murdered Sarah’s fiancĂ©. There’s no one she can trust, not Clay Canfield, and certainly not God. He’s abandoned her.
Talented physician Clay Canfield has only one desire: to find the man who murdered his brother and exact vengeance. He’ll never marry again, especially not a woman burdened with a child. As for faith, that’s not for him, any more than it is for Sarah.
But God has plans for Sarah and Clay, plans that challenge everything they hold dear.
Learn more here.
Have a wonderful weekend. See you next week!

4 comments:

Viola Estrella said...

Hi Tiffany!! I tagged you at www.coloradovixens.blogspot.com. Only six things. And there's a nice treat at the end. :-)

ddurance said...

Ransom My Heart looks really cute.

How are you this new year, Tiffany?

Deidre

angietheresa said...

sounds like a great book i put it on my wish list

Dena said...

Congrats Angie!

I've heard of Meg Cabot but never read any of her stories and both of these books sound really good.