The wonderful 3 Year Blogiversary is still moving along! I am loving every second of this!!!!! Today we have the lovely, kind, and talented Amy Lane writing words and getting us excited for what to come!!!! There's a giveaway too my good people so read on <3
Something short about a memory you had on the blog.
I think my favorite memory on your blog is when you put me on your “funny” reads list—twice! This made me really happy, because as much as I love writing the rip-yer-spleen angst, it was lovely to see you liked the happy stuff too. Happy stuff doesn’t get as much credit as it should for keeping the world going round—you all just made my day.
Talk about what's coming from you in 2017—Good stuff! First I have The Virgin Manny, which is my addition to the Dreamspun Desire, Harlequin-esque line of books, and the first in a three book series.
On March 24th I have Bonfires—and this one is so close to my heart. For one thing it features a slightly older couple—they’re both close to fifty with older children—and for another, it’s my first foray into the teaching world since It’s Not Shakespeare and Shiny. And this time, in the name of hope, my character is an administrator, and he makes things work.
In April and June, I have parts one and two of Quickening: The Fifth Book of the Little Goddess. This is a book that’s been waiting seven years to happen, and Cory, my heroine is FINALLY going to have those damned twins! This series is the first thing I ever published and seeing it re-edited and re-covered, and seeing this book finally come out, is something of a triumph.
In July we have the second Dreamspun Desire in the Mannies series, Manny Get Your Guy. SO excited!
In August/September, I have Red Fish, Dead Fish, the sequel to Fish Out of Water from my romantic suspense series.
And in October, I have Familiar Angel, which is part of the Dreamspun Beyond line, and the beginning of a trilogy. I’m working on that now, and I love it so much!
And of course, there are surprises waiting for the rest of the year, as well! I plan to write the fifth Johnnies book, and definitely a Christmas story! So it’s going to be an exciting year!
Links to buy all your wonderful books: Amy’s Amazon Book Page
And I’m giving away a package: Three books of your choice from my backlist, to one lucky winner!
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Hi Amy, thanks for sharing your moment with this blog and your 2017 plan. My favorite of yours; gosh, where do I start... The Locker Room, Clear Water, City Mouse. But my most most favorite of all was/is Under the Rushes, that was just GAH! I love that book!!ReplyDelete
OH wow-- thanks for the encouragement to write more AU-- it's one of my favorite things to write!Delete
Hi Amy, thanks for your guest blog. We can expect many more wonderful books from you. Super.ReplyDelete
I loved Winter Ball, Christmas Kitsch and Candyman. A special place in my heart, however, will be the Granby Knitting Stories, because next to reading my favorite pasttime is knitting. And when reading those books my fingers kept itching to pick up the knitting needles.
There is NEVER enough time to knit, right?Delete
I loved the most was The Virgin Manny and the Three Fates book. Thank you so much for sharing your stories with us!ReplyDelete
Oh WOW--that's a story not many people remember! I'm so glad you loved it!Delete
Always love Amy's books!ReplyDelete
Thanks, sweetheart! ((((hugs)))))Delete
Oh boy! I can't pick just one. Some of my favorite Amy Lane books are:ReplyDelete
Chase in Shadow
Keeping Promise Rock
Under the Rushes
A Solid Core of Alpha
:-D You guys are making me want to write more sci-fi!!! Thank you :-)Delete
amy's books are all great but i love candymanReplyDelete
My hometown stories-- I'm so glad they get so much love!ReplyDelete
So many good books, its hard to choose but Little Goddess series, Keeping Promise Rock and Clear Water top my list.ReplyDelete
😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁 Quickening-- coming soon!Delete
So far my faves are Chase in Shadow & Dex in Blue. I really go for the angsty ones.ReplyDelete
Red Fish/Dead Fish is my big angst buster for this year-- so you know!Delete
I love all your stories! My first was I Love You, Asshole! My most frequent rereads are Dex in Blue and How to Tame an Honest Rabbit. I keep listening to Shiny on audio because it makes me smile in traffic, and that makes the other drivers afraid of me. Best Amy moment was getting to chat with you at RT15, and I hope to do it again sometime. Keep writing, and I'll keep reading! ☺ReplyDelete
I loved that conversation 😀 Would love to have another one!Delete
Litha's Constant Whim was and is my first best love. The entire Candyman series nips at its heels, but geez, I love ALL I've read. I'm collecting everything! is Candy Man out as a print book? I needs it...ReplyDelete
Candy Man is actually in print in the Bitter Taffy paperback-- it's sort of a bonus book 👍Delete
So many favorites...Keeping Promise Rock, Mourning Heaven, Racing for the Sun. Love the Johnnies books and the Granby Knitting series, but my all time favorite is Beneath the Stain. I shed some major tears over that one. Loved it so much. :)ReplyDelete
Augh! I need to write Blake's story!Delete
Heh. I'd enter the giveaway, but I already own all the Amy! You know my favs already, and you know I'll read whatever you write, so...after what I know was a sometimes difficult year, thank you for continuing to touch - and rip out - my heart, engage my intellect and feels, and be patient with my knitting questions.ReplyDelete
Always :-) And the knitting questions are fun! <3 <3 <3Delete
Happy anniversary and thanks for the giveaway. I loved the Triane's Son series, and would like to read more, including the Virgin Manny, because that's my new husband's name ;-)ReplyDelete
Congratulations! And if you loved Triane's Son, you might want to try Truth in the Dark, Hammer and Air, and Immortal ... and of course Virgin Manny ;-)Delete
I love your stories, but my favorite has to be Immortal. It reminded me of why I used to love to read fantasy and the story has stuck with me. I cried so much at the end.ReplyDelete
That's AMAZING to hear. Sincerely amazing-- Immortal was not everybody's cup of tea-- tI'm so glad you loved it! Thank you!Delete