July-August 2015 issue of BTS Emag

The July/August 2015 issue of BTS emag is available for free here:  http://issuu.com/BTSeMag/docs/julyaugust2015

BTS 2015

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday at Champagne Books

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Specials

50% off all ebooks all Champagne Books all day, no coupon needed.

Free shipping on print books through Monday with coupon code FREESHIP14 in the US and Canada only. Watch out for special hourly sales all day Cyber Monday (December 1, 2014).

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September/October 2014 Issue of BTS Emag Available for Free

 BTS emag

In this issue of BTS emag available for free here: http://issuu.com/btsemag/docs/sept-oct-2014

discover New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Dianne Duvall shares with us about her Immortal Guardian’s paranormal romance series. Join us as we chat with Dianne about her work, then take a sneak peek at Night Unbound, the latest in her popular series.

Many more wonderful authors including A.L. Jackson, Quinn Loftis, Mary Manners and more. Don’t miss these entertaining columns:

Our New Column Debut:

Bestseller’s Secret

FROM DYSLEXIC TO BESTSELLER…

 

Chic Trends in Romance

SEXY GOES BUMP IN THE NIGHT

 

The Hot Hunks of History

DARK DUKES OF HISTORY

 

The Heat Diva

HOT SUMMER WRAP UP

Ali B. and the Forty Spaceships

TO READ, PERCHANCE TO DREAM…

The Scrying Eye

GHOSTS OF THE PAST… DEMONS OF THE PRESENT

 

Forever Young

THE RETRO SCREAM: HORROR NOVELS THAT NEVER GET OLD BTS

 

Goes Hollywood

ALEX BLEDSOE

Give Away at Romantic Historical Reviews

 

Enter the Rafflecopter at Romantic Historical Reviews to win a free copy of Melanie Kerr’s novel Follies Past.  The contest ends at 11pm on July 18, 2014.

Blurb:

Before there was a single man in possession of a good fortune at Netherfield, there was a single man in want of a wife in London. His name was Wickham and he was bent on marrying himself into as much wealth as he might contrive, preferably to the detriment of the man who had destroyed all his prospects in life – the man known as Darcy of Pemberley. In Pride and Prejudice, everything hinges on a letter which Mr. Darcy gives Elizabeth – a letter setting forth all his dealings with Mr. Wickham. These facts, supplied by Austen herself, are at the heart of Follies Past. The novel begins at Pemberley, at Christmas, almost a year before the opening of Pride and Prejudice. It follows young Georgiana Darcy to London, to Ramsgate and to the brink of a perilous elopement. Upon opening the pages of Follies Past, readers will begin to feel as though it was penned by the masterful hand of Jane Austen herself. Crafted with all the skill of a trained linguist, this jaunty excursion into a flawless Regency England gives readers all the joys, the wit, and the drama of their beloved Pride and Prejudice. Existing characters are just as Austen wrote them, and the story, the manners, even the syntax all conform to her standards and idioms. As well as some exciting new characters and a sweet and touching new love story, readers will discover delightful surprises from more minor characters such as Anne de Bourgh and Mrs. Younge. The prefect prequel to England’s favourite book, this is a novel for true Austen fans.