Louisa Bacio just sold her first novel, Physical Education, to Ravenous Romance. It’s an erotic suspense and she’s waiting for release date and a cover.
Robin Constantine just signed on with Tamar Rydzinski of The Laura Dail Literary Agency! Her manuscript, Landscape of Little Dramas, is polished and ready to send out.
Danielle Mulcahy’s manuscript, Sleeping with Paris, won first place in the Women’s Fiction category of the Washington Romance Writer’s Marlene Awards. It is also a finalist in the Valley Forge Romance Writer’s Sheila Contest.
Lois Winston has accepted an offer to write a craft-themed mystery series for Midnight Ink, an imprint of Llewellyn Worldwide. Assault with a Deadly Glue Gun will be the first book in the series and will be out as a trade paperback in early 2011. Mop Doll Murders will follow a year later and a third book a year after that. There’s an option for a fourth book if the series does well. The series was pitched as Kate Reddy meets Stephanie Plum.
Rebecca Zanetti sold a three-book deal to Kensington Brava, thanks to her newly-signed agent, Caitlin Blasdell. Her first book, Fated, will be out in February 2011.
Deborah Blake signed with Elaine Spencer of The Knight Agency, who is shopping Pentacles and Pentimentos, Deborah’s urban fantasy.