Tea Party winners: Elaine Marie Cooper's novel goes to both Ashley Penn and Mary Ann Hake:, Carrie Fancett Pagels' and Gina Welborn's Blue Ribbon Brides collection goes to: Melanie Backus Carrie's O' Little Christmas Town Collection goes to: Cherrilynn Bisbano

Monday, January 2, 2012

Colonial Highlights 2011 - A Banner Year in Colonial Fiction

Releases for 2011 by members of 
Colonial American Christian Writers


Blythe, Barbara, Fire Dragon's Angel, White Rose Publishing.





Cooper, Elaine Marie, The Promise of Deer Run, iUniverse.
Craft, Susan,  The Chamomile, Ingalls Publishing Group.

Frantz, Laura, The Colonel's Lady, Revell.


White, Roseanna, Love Finds You in Annapolis, Maryland, Summerside Press.




We recognize there are other authors with books up to the "Second American Revolution" but we are just listing our CACW authors' releases



Chase, CJ, Redeeming the Rogue, Love Inspired Historical

Surrender the Night by MaryLu Tyndall

Step into a breathtaking novel of adventure and romance set amid the War of 1812. During an assault by an enemy sailor, timid farm girl Rose McGuire is saved by the least likely of heroes—a British Naval Lieutenant. Now that he’s wounded, she’ll have to heal as well as hide him. Alex Reed is being aided and abetted by his enemy—albeit an innocent and attractive one. But he might be doing Rose more harm than good if his presence on her farm is discovered. As their love blooms, trouble looms. Will this couple survive another British invasion?


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Surrender The Dawn by MaryLu Tyndall

You’ll be gasping for air in this seafaring romance by popular author and Christy Award nominee M. L. Tyndall. Baltimore’s Cassandra Channing will do anything to provide for her family—even if it means hiring the town rogue as a privateer. Luke Heaton is a handsome rake with a tortured past who is blackmailed by the British into selling supplies to their ships just off the coast. Cassandra and Luke’s worlds collide as they are drawn into danger, secrets, romance, and war. But when the British begin to bombard Fort McHenry, how long can they protect their love—and each other?




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What are some of your favorite colonial American books out in 2011?



2 comments:

  1. Thanks for this great update, Carrie, and the 3 AM work!
    Am I a member of Colonial American Fiction writers if I receive this newsletter? I am working on an historical set in the early 1700's.
    Elva Cobb Martin, Anderson, SC

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  2. So many good books and so little time. :) I must get busy reading! :)

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