Thursday, June 18, 2015

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SFWA Launches "New Release" Newsletter

Since many of us read SF/F as well as sci-fi romance, I thought you might be interested to know that Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America recently launched a New Release Newsletter.

Per the press release:

This newsletter will go out every two months, and will feature science fiction and fantasy new releases and backlist rereleases from SFWA members. Each newsletter will contain information on works of all lengths from the talented writers admitted to the premier professional organization for science fiction and fantasy. Anyone can sign up! This is a newsletter for readers, librarians and booksellers to help them find their next favorite story.

Click here for the May/June issue, which includes EdwardHoornaert's sci-fi romance, ALIEN CONTACT FOR KID SISTERS.

Marianne Harmon is sick and tired of being just the kid sister of the famous queen of Kwadra Island. Although she daydreams about being a warrior, when rebels bomb the royal ball she’s shunted to one of the many tunnels that honeycomb Kwadra, where she awaits a captain of the valiant Royal Guardians.

Quinn Lebatarde, a scam artist fleeing the police, dons the uniform of a Royal Guardian killed by a tunnel collapse. When Marianne mistakes him for her bodyguard, Quinn can’t decide whether to save the feisty maiden, fall in love with her—or kidnap her. With bloodthirsty rebels pursuing them and a treasure map in his pocket, what will he choose?

A worthy sequel to Alien Contact for Idiots, this book stands on its own as a grand adventure of science fiction romance in the spirit of Romancing the Stone.
To sign up for the newsletter, visit the SFWA web site. Future issues will include even more titles.

Joyfully yours,