Maggie Robinson’s PARADISE, in which an honorable man in the market for a virtuous wife must address the complication of his late Uncle’s ward, who he discovers was also his late Uncle’s mistress, the subject of an erotic book called The Education of a Young Lady of Doubtful Virtue and the woman who makes him forget all his good intentions, to Kate Seaver at Berkley Heat, in a nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in Summer 2010, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
April 16, 2009 at 1:05 p.m. Eastern
Thank you, Laura Bradford! Thank you, Kate Seaver! Thank you, best critique partners ever—Elyssa Papa, Tiffany Chalmers and J.K. Coi. Thanks to the wonderful women I’ve met along the writing road—super-inspiring authors, Pirates. Vagabonds, FanLitters and Bon Bons. Thanks to my family, most especially to my husband, who has done without dinner and matching socks for several years now.
This is beginning to sound like an Academy Awards speech, so I’ll stop babbling. Going off to pinch myself and celebrate in Las Vegas. The trip was planned long before recent events, LOL. The laptop is coming along for revisions. See you in a bit!