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Texan-born Beth Stifflemire lives in Austin and is a graduate of Texas A&M University. She is the author of Waiting Hearts (Waldorf, 2014).
Fun fact: Did you know that on Amazon’s recently released a list of cities that buy the most romance books, the city of Round Rock, Texas placed #9? Just goes to show that Texans love their romance reads. And in this season of valentines, chocolates, and love, if you’re a romance reader there are plenty of juicy options on the horizon to stock your bookshelf plentifully, from Harlequin romance to hot new releases in popular series.
Expect numerous sizzling new releases from Texas authors for your reading pleasure—from mainstream to indie, they’ll be cranking out this spring back to back. An avid romance reader and writer myself, I can’t wait to tackle all of them!
3rd annual Wild Wicked Weekend, Feb. 19–21, 2015, San Antonio. For romance readers who are extra wild!
Abilene Writers Guild Annual Workshop and Luncheon, March 21, 2015, Abilene. Special guest speakers include author Laura Drake on “Writing Emotion.” Based in Midland, 2014 RITA winner Drake will also be conducting a workshop at the event. (Note there will be no Thursday evening meeting of AWG in March.)
20th annual Romance Slam Jam, March 26–28, 2015, Dallas. For readers and writers of Black romance.
32nd annual RT Booklovers Convention and Bookfair, May 13–17, 2015, Dallas. For romance readers and writers.
in order of release date
Ally Broadfield, One Last Kiss (second book in the It’s His Kiss Series)
Suzane Butler, Scoring His Heart (Texas Highlanders Ice Hockey #3 Book)
Jenn Langston, Winning the Duke
Laura Griffin, Far Gone (The Tracer Series)
Kate Baray, The Witches Diary (Lost Library Book 4)
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