Sunday, November 1, 2015

Coming Attractions




November: a month of thanksgiving, remembrance and anticipation of the holidays ahead. Here at The Romance Dish, I'm remembering the joy of six years of blogging about the books we love and anticipating lots of great authors, new books, giveaways and celebrations. I hope you'll join us for all the fun! 







Let's kick things off with a bang on Monday, November 2nd with the Dish's 6th Anniversary Celebration. Stop by for lots of fun and prizes!











Tuesday, November 3rd brings a Q&A with Kathryn LeVeque and an introduction to Amazon's World of DeWolfe Pack, the first historical romance Kindle World. Stop by to learn more about LeVeque's DeWolfe series and other authors such as Barbara Devlin, Victoria Vane, Catherine Kean and more who have written stories for this historical Kindle World.




Debut historical romance author Anna Bradley joins me for a Q&A on Wednesday, November 4th. Bradley's first novel, A Wicked Way to Win an Earl releases November 3rd. I'm already looking forward to more from this talented author!














Join us Friday, November 6th for the Grace Burrowes tour for her new book, Daniel's True Desire. It also releases November 3rd!










On Sunday, November 8th we spotlight the newest romantic suspense novel from Dana Marton, Flash Fire (a Navy SEAL romance), the second book in her new series set within the world of Civilian Personnel Recovery Unit investigators. Flash Fire will release November 10th.












Wednesday, November 11th brings another debut author to the Dish as Eileen Richards joins me for a Q&A about An Unexpected Wish, the first book in her A Lady's Wish series. An Unexpected Wish is available now and the second book in the series, An Honorable Wish will be released November 24th. I already have my copy on pre-order!










We're bringing holiday cheer to the Dish on Thursday, November 12th when we're joined by the ladies from the Christmas anthology, A Gentleman For All Seasons. Stop by to say hello to Theresa Romain, Shana Galen, Vanessa Kelly and Kate Noble. A Gentleman For All Seasons will be available November 10th.









Friday, November 13th brings a familiar author in a new guise to The Romance Dish. We welcome Deb Marlowe as she unveils her new D.M Marlowe identity and her first Young Adult Fantasy Adventure, Eye of the Ninja (released October 1st).








Don't miss Janga's On Second Thought review of a reissued favorite on Sunday, November 15th!









On Tuesday, November 17th we welcome the Lori Wilde review and giveaway tour. Released October 27th, Wilde's new book, I'll be Home for Christmas takes readers back to Twilight, Texas for another heartwarming, holiday story.











Laura Moore joins us on Tuesday, November 24th. Moore's next book, Once Touched: A Silver Creek Novel (out Nov. 24th) wraps up her Silver Creek contemporary romance series.







What are you anticipating, remembering, and thankful for this November? 



16 comments:

  1. As regards book I was not too sure as to which books were coming out. Thank you.

    November begins the build up for Christmas for me. Yay!!

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    1. They are already playing Christmas carols on the radio. That's a bit too early for me. ;-)

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  2. With books all of them. :) I'm greedy with books. I hadn't really tthought of one in particular. November has many family birthdays and the upcoming Holidays mean family gatherings.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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    1. Lots of great books coming out this month!

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  3. With books all of them. :) I'm greedy with books. I hadn't really tthought of one in particular. November has many family birthdays and the upcoming Holidays mean family gatherings.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. There are a lot of fabulous books coming out in November and I'm polishing up my glasses in anticipation of reading them.

    November means I must start thinking of Christmas and working on a shopping list. In addition, it - hopefully - will mean we can turn off the A/C and enjoy some fresh, dry air here in Florida.

    I'm thankful for so many things. The good health of family and friends is key. I'm thankful for the love of my three kitties and I am also thankful for the many wonderful people out there who give so much of their time to help animals. I want to thank all of the wonderful authors out there who write the fabulous novels that provide me with so much entertainment. You all rock!

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    1. I have a long list I'm excited to read, Connie. Now to find the time!

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  5. I'm thankful for having my loving family around me.

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    1. How very fortunate you are to have them close, Diane.

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  6. Lots of good reading ahead. Especially looking forward to Grace Burrowes!

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    1. Plenty of books to make a reader's heart happy!

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  7. I love this month. It is the one time of the year that I get to see all my brothers. In 3 weeks the 2 from
    Florida will arrive. Then on Wednesday the kids and my other 2 brothers will get in. It is all about family. We sit and tell stories of growing up. My kids never knew their grandfather. Good food, football, grilling and if the Grizzles are in town, we hit the basketball game. I am already putting on my happy face. I don't do as much reading because I get restless. Looking forward to all your posts.

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  8. I am looking forward to seeing my son & my brother, who both moved out of state this year. As for books, I am looking forward to Terri Osburn's Our Now and Forever, and The Spinster's Guide to Scandalous Behavior by Jennifer McQuiston.

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  9. I always anticipate any Grace Burrowes book! I'm glad Sharlene mentioned Jennifer McQuiston's upcoming book too. I had that one preordered ages ago! I am looking forward to having the kids home for a few days for Thanksgiving even if they'll be distracted over upcoming finals.

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  10. I always anticipate any Grace Burrowes book! I'm glad Sharlene mentioned Jennifer McQuiston's upcoming book too. I had that one preordered ages ago! I am looking forward to having the kids home for a few days for Thanksgiving even if they'll be distracted over upcoming finals.

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  11. I am looking forward to a trip with our daughter's family.
    I am remembering two other Novembers, one I was awaiting the birth of our first child (the daughter we will be traveling with) and the other awaiting the birth of our last child, a son, who decided to arrive on Thanksgiving Day.
    I am thankful for the relative good health of my husband, my children, their families, and myself. We all have our aches and pains, but nothing serious except for one son-in-law. This compared to my youngest brother being diagnosed with terminal cancer earlier this year and my youngest sister being diagnosed with lymphoma just this past week.

    I hope you all enjoy the upcoming holidays.

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