ROW80, Justine Dell's Book Launch and Giveaway! and Some Tolkien and Lewis News

Round of Words in 80 Days is approaching the end...

...of this round.

I've revamped my query four Out of the Water and sent out a few more letters. I've begun typing the draft for Fred and Lyne's story. But once again I feel as though I'm pushing through sand dunes - never moving quick enough to feel as though I've accomplished anything.

Meanwhile, it's celebration time: Justine Dell has released Recaptured Dreams!
Ten years, the Atlantic Ocean, and several rungs in society have kept Xavier Cain from having Sophia Montel. Now twenty-seven, he's spent his entire adult life building a fashion empire that could finally prove his worth to her family. When fate reunites him with Sophia at London's premiere fashion show, one problem lodges in Xavier's path: Sophia doesn't remember him.
The only obstacle that has kept Sophia from Xavier is a horrific car crash that erased her memory at seventeen. She's spent the last ten years fighting to reclaim a sliver of her past that her mother refuses to help her remember. When Sophia meets Xavier at the London show, however, all her fantasies come to life in one night of passion. Discovering he is the missing link, she is determined to find all the pieces to their love story and her memory.
Xavier wants forever. Sophia wants her memory. If they take this chance, they'll have to start over. How far are they willing to go get what they want? And when the past catches up to them, can they handle the truths it has hidden?
Recaptured Dreams Giveaway on Goodreads!
Recaptured Dreams on Facebook!
Friend Justine on Facebook and check out her blog and Twitter feed. And don't forget to check out Omnific Publishing: "Romance ... without the rules."

Recaptured Dreams Trailer!

Don't forget, just by commenting you're entered into a draw for a copy of Recaptured Dreamsand for two TWO Recaptured Dreams bookmarks!

Finally, I recently discovered that the cupboard that inspired C. S. Lewis is on display at Wheaton College. Must. Go. To. Illinois.

Also, 21 September is Second Breakfast Day! Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of The Hobbit:
Check out the fun and games, and if you're in London (lucky you!) join in in person. If you can't visit there, you might head over to one of the fifteen places named after Tolkien (well, except for the crater on Mercury and the asteroid (if you know how to travel to those places, please tell me)). I'd love to visit the Plough and Harrow in Birmingham!

Which author's tracks would you trace?


Laurel Garver said…
I would love to track Madeleine L'Engle's tracks to get a sense of how she put together the Wrinkle in Time series.

And thanks for the heads up about Second Breakfast Day! Awesome!!
Anonymous said…
That is a beautiful cover!!
Carol Riggs said…
That IS a gorgeous cover! Love the colors and the shadows and the dress. :) Happy book celebration to Justine!
Very excited for Justine!
Old Kitty said…
Hoorah for lovely JD and her wonderful book and tour!!!

All the best with your querying Deniz! Take care
nutschell said…
Cool cover! Congrats to Justin! NEver heard of second breakfast day until now. :)

Justine Dell said…
Oh...queries....*shudders* I wish you the best of luck with the shiny new version!

And thank everyone for popping by today! ;-)

I hope you nail an agent with one of those queries. You're due.
Justine Dell said…
Thanks everyone for stopping by! I've got the winners for today ;-)

Joshua has won the free ebook and Laurel and Carol have won the bookmarks. Congrats!

Trisha said…
Queries...argh!! I am so rusty in that arena, but even when I was diving right into it I couldn't ever get my queries where I wanted them to be. ;)
Congratulations Justine! Gorgeous cover.

Thanks Deniz.

Deniz Bevan said…
Thanks for coming by everyone!
Justine's held the draw and the winners are:

Joshua has won the free ebook and Laurel and Carol have won the bookmarks.

Please send me your email addresses so Justine can get in touch with you!
Anonymous said…
Awesome! Thanks! Can't wait to read it. I'll email you my email. I don't know why typing that made me giggle. It's too early and I'm too tired. That must be it.
Anonymous said…
Good luck querying.

That's a beautiful cover. It's great seeing Justine's book around.

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