Sunday, May 5, 2013


Sorry to be late to the party--the weather has turned beautifully sunny in my little corner of the world and I fell asleep in one of the chairs on my deck. Yikes! But ahhh... Now I'm scrambling to catch up!

This month I'm celebrating the release of A MAY DAY ANTHOLOGY, a collection of four novellas from Rogue's Angels. We have been critique partners and writing buddies for quite some time and I'm so delighted we each have a story in this anthology.

Here's a snippet of each of those stories.

Highland Miracle -- Christine Young 
Hurtled through time, Sean Michael Sterling, lands in the midst of a May Day celebration he doesn’t understand, assuming the role of Laird Sterling. There he meets Reagan Douglas, an illegitimate child of nobility, who is searching for a way out of her half brother’s house. 
Defying the Odds -- C.L. Kraemer 
The night elves on the hill aren't happy without their magic. They concoct a plan to punish those who were involved in the act that rendered them almost human. Meanwhile, Uther, the rogue night elf, has returned to woo the Librarian to be his eternal mate.

Love in Bloom -- Rosemary Indra 
When childhood friends reunite, it takes two fairies and a matchmaking daughter to help them admit their true love for each other.
No More Poodle Skirts -- Genie Gabriel 
After drifting for years in the innocent age of the 1950s, a woman struggles to join today's world by finding a career and a new love, with some help from her zany family.
(Read an excerpt at

By the way, at the end of this party, I'll be giving away a copy of the two romantic comedies that precede my novella, "No More Poodle Skirts." I'll also be giving away a $10.00 gift certificate to or Powell's Books. 

Hope you are all having a great day!

-Genie Gabriel


Debby said...

Sounds like a delightful collection of stories.
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gigi said...

Loved the blurb! Please count me in. Thanks!!!


Catherine Lee said...

I love the premise of No More Poodle Skirts.

It's also turned very nice in my neck of the woods this afternoon (in NC) after a lot of gray and rainy days. I can understand napping in your outdoor chair!
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Anonymous said...

What a cute cover with the fairy and little house. Sounds like a fun, magical set of stories to read.

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Urb said...

Cuteness! And I'm wearing my poodle skirt, btw!
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Cornelia said...

Please count me in,thank you.

Penumbra said...

Count me in please :)