Monday, November 15, 2010
CHRISTMAS BOOK SIGNING BASH--By Christine Lindsay
I'm excited today to do 2 things: Promote fellow writers and make an announcement. Drum roll....
The announcement is---I've just been given my very own first contract by WhiteFire Publishing for my historical novel UNVEILED, internationally set in India circa 1919.
The release date is yet to be set, but it will be 2011 for sure. If you like exotic settings and books similar to M. M. Kaye's Far Pavilions or Linda Chaikin's Heart Of India series then I'm fairly certain you'll like UNVEILED, a love story set during the turbulent last years of the British Raj. If you'd like to read more about me and UNVEILED, see the blurb at the end of this posting.
And now to promoting my fellow writers:
* 75 Christian Authors * One Amazing Online Event
Christian Review of Books in conjunction with Cross Purposes Bookstore is excited to announce the first annual Christmas Book Signing Bash.
Beginning on the day after Thanksgiving and lasting ten days (26 November
- 7 December), this book signing will be an unprecedented online event. 75
of today’s favorite Christian Authors have come together to answer
questions, chat with their readers, and offer signed copies of their
books—all without leaving the comforts of home and hearth!
Readers can search by author, title, or genre at the Christian Review of
Books Christian Review of Books and then follow the purchase links to Cross Purposes Bookstore and buy autographed copies of each book featured. The authors will sign the books and ship them to the customers.
For a full list of participating authors, visit the Christian Review of Books
Take a look at this fine selection of Christian novels and non-fictional work. These are authors I am proud to be aligned with, especially my fellow members of the International Christian Writers Blog. who are also participants in the Christmas Book Signing Bash--Lisa Harris and Grace Bridges, and ICFW guest P.A. Baines. As well as the books by another ICFW guest, Roseanna White, also of WhiteFire Publishing.
As for me and UNVEILED, it's early days, but I hope you'll journey with me on this aspect of writing--publication--that is my first time round. It's with great joy that I look forward to the day when my novel about the beginning of the end of 300-year-old British Raj is set into print . . . to the day when Abby's story about the desire to be looked upon with the eyes of love is read . . . and that of Major Geoff Richards, who after the trauma of WWI, learns joy can still be found in the land of the living.
If you'd like to read more about UNVEILED, then I invite you to my blogsite Christine Lindsay.