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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Coming Attractions





I don't know about the rest of you but, to me, it feels like we were just celebrating the New Year a couple months ago and here it is, December again. Would somebody please slow things down? I have too many books to read and not nearly enough days to do it in! We have a festive month planned here at the Romance Dish. I hope you will all join us as we count down the final days of 2016.





Suzanne Ferrell kicks off the month with a guest blog on Thursday, December 1. Suzanne's newest Westen series novella, "Close to Santa's Heart" can be found in the multi-author holiday anthology, Under the Kissing Bough.










Susanna Craig will join me for a Q&A on Thursday, December 8. Susanna's second book, To Tempt an Heiress will be released December 6 and her debut, To Kiss a Thief is currently on sale in e-book format for only $0.99. This new historical romance author is one to watch!









Friday, December 9 brings Janga's review of FALL: A Rock Solid Romance by Karina Bliss and an Q&A with the author. This book follows last year's RISE which was one of Janga's top books of 2015.













Deb Marlowe will blog with us on Monday, December 12. Deb has a new novella, The Earl's Hired Bride (Nov. 21) and a holiday novella, Lady It's Cold Outside (July 2016), both stories in her Half Moon House series.










Miranda Liasson returns to Mirror Lake, Connecticut with her emotional, second chance, contemporary romance, Can't Stop Loving You (Dec. 6). Miranda will be blogging with us on Tuesday, December 13.








Have you been keeping a list of favorite books this year? Be sure to stop by on Wednesday, December 14 when we share the titles that made our Best of 2016!





Don't miss Janga's On Second Thought review on Thursday, December 15.








On Friday, December 16, we're turning our spotlight on Gena Showalter's The Darkest Torment tour. The 12th book in Showalter's Lords of the Underworld series, The Darkest Torment was reprinted in Mass Market Paperback on November 22.











Looking for a few new recipes to try this Christmas? B.J. Daniels and the Harlequin Winter Holiday Recipes (+ reads!) tour stops by on Monday, December 19 to tempt your taste buds and Western romance appetite. Daniels' brings readers intrigue for the holidays with Cardwell Christmas Crime Scene, the newest addition to her Harlequin Intrigue Cardwell family saga.






Enjoy the upcoming holidays and happy reading! 


10 comments:

  1. I do get excited by the Christmas stories at this time of year. "Lady It's Cold Outside" caught my eye.

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    1. I enjoy Deb Marlowe's writing, Mary. Lady, It's Cold Outside is waiting for me on my Kindle. :)

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  2. I look forward to spending December with The Romance Dish. I am reading and reviewing lots of Christmas stories and so enjoying them. Of these books listed here, I would love to read "LADY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE."

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    1. Last night, I turned off all the lights except the Christmas tree, curled up on the sofa, turned on soft holiday tunes, and lost myself in some heartwarming, western contemporaries with the Jennifer Ryan, Lia Riley, and Maisey Yates anthology, Snowbound at Christmas. I love a good snowbound romance!

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  3. Just not enough time to read everything on my list but I'm trying!!

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    1. I know! I need at least 10 more hours in my day...or the ability to function on three hours sleep. *grin*

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  4. I've always spent much of November and all of December reading new Christmas books and rereading old favorites. But digital publication makes so many Christmas books available that I can't keep up, I do have the Deb Marlowe on my Kindle, but I need to add the Ryan/Riley/Yates anthology. I too love a good snowbound romance. Sarah Morgan's latest is a terrific one.

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  5. My list keeps getting bigger. I plan to read more and stay away from social media. It is just to crazy. Reading Christmas stories right now.

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  6. I think I'll be looking up that Snowbound at Christmas. But I have already downloaded several other holiday books. I think I need to step away from the computer just to get some of them cleared off my TBR!

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  7. I agree. It feels like we were just discussing holiday readings last week. Where did the year go?

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