Monday, March 19, 2012

Bandit Creek Books: Fool's Gold Anthology

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Fool’s Gold (Anthology) – April 1, 2012
Fool's Gold Anthology
FOOL FOR LOVE by Louise Behiel
A woman is dragged from a contented, happy marriage to a life on the run.
Two boys play an April Fool’s joke on their employer.
WISHFUL THINKING by Alyssa Linn Palmer
CeeCee tells Ruth about her past, but how truthful is she?
On her way home from her tour of duty in Afghanistan, Dr. Abigail Westward discovers it’s not easy to leave her fellow soldiers or the memories of combat behind.
BABY FEVER by Sheila Seabrook
Baby cribs and baby swings and a winking, blinking doll. Oh my!
LUCY’S APRIL FOOLS by Brenda Sinclair
Will this be George Jack’s year to catch Lucy in an April Fool’s joke, or will his wife outsmart him again?
Not all the rabbits in the mountains of Bandit Creek are cute and cuddly. Some come with a warning label.
Read an excerpt.

About the Authors:

Louise Behiel is a writer of character driven emotional romances. She loves studying the interaction between people, always noting how simple things motivate people and characters to move, change, and adapt.
It was during a break in studying for her Master’s in Counseling Psychology that the idea to write a story popped into her head. Since she was ahead on her course work, with time on her hands, she decided to put her hands on the keyboard and write a book. She’s never looked back.
Visit Louise’s website and blog, friend her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.
Victoria Chatham is a writer of Regency romance and credits her late husband for giving her a well needed push – make that kick-in-the-pants – to take her writing seriously.
Her love of horses gets her away from her computer to volunteer at Spruce Meadows equestrian centre and Dare2Dream, a horse-rescue ranch. Her constant buddy is her dog, Jay, who allows her to take him for a walk every day. As Jay is now 105 years old in people years, she firmly believes she is the only seeing eye person in existence.
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Alyssa Linn Palmer has many passions. Fortunately, none of them are prohibited. When she isn’t working, she’s writing dark tales inspired by mid-20th-century noir books and films, cooking up a storm in her kitchen, and reading.
Visit Alyssa’s website and blog, friend her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.
Julie Rowe’s first career as a medical lab technologist in Canada took her to the North West Territories and northern Alberta, where she still resides. She loves to include medical details in her romance novels, but admits she’ll never be able to write about all her medical experiences because, “No one would believe them!”
A double Golden Heart finalist 2006, Julie has two books out with Carina Press: ICEBOUND and NORTH OF HEARTBREAK. Her writing has also appeared in several magazines such as Today’s Parent, Reader’s Digest (Canada), and Canadian Living.
Visit Julie’s website, friend her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.
What happens when a mild-mannered, number-crunching, read-a-holic hears voices in her head? She attempts to take control of the situation and ends up taking dictation instead.
Sheila Seabrook’s journey into happily-ever-after tales has lead her to write emotional stories filled with smart, sassy heroines, hot heroes who make them laugh, and a wild assortment of family members guaranteed to try to steal the show.
Visit Sheila’s website and blog, friend her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.
Brenda Sinclair is a writer of historical American West and contemporary romance, a member of her local chapter of Romance Writers of America, a healthy lifestyle advocate and past leader of her TOPS weight-loss group, a gardening enthusiast and dog lover. She is young at heart, regardless of what her driver’s license says.
She is currently putting the final touches on a contemporary novella project, the “Escape to Alaska Trilogy’ and completing book three of a historical American West trilogy. Brenda believes life is good, and for days that life isn’t so good, just get over it. There’s always tomorrow.
Visit Brenda’s website and blog, friend her on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter.
For Trip Williams, life began on the west coast of British Columbia. Born to beachcombing parents, this new life started out as a full blown adventure. A dresser drawer for a crib aboard a thirty-eight foot tug named the Betty-Louise, the salt water filled his blood and became his first home as they ploughed through the channels and straights of the sunshine coast.
Trip can always be heard saying; “Life cannot be explored from the comfort of a couch.” Following the words of G. Eliot, “It’s never too late to be what you might have been,” Trip is forever in pursuit of fulfilling his desire to live a life with every breath, chasing down every perceivable adventure.
Visit Trip’s website and blog or follow him on Twitter.

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