Bishop Takes Knight is a PRISM Award winner! #MFRWHooks #MFRWAuthor #Giveaway

Just a few weeks ago, I wrote about struggling with impostor syndrome, despite the fact Bishop Takes Knight was a finalist for a PRISM award.

I am pleased (and somewhat dumbfounded) to say that Bishop Takes Knight won the PRISM award from the Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal Chapter of the Romance Writers of America for Best Light Paranormal Romance! I have to tell you, I really didn’t see that coming!

At the very least, I think this calls for a giveaway–so drop a comment below telling me what you’re looking for in a heroine and I’ll select someone at random to receive an e-copy of Bishop Takes Knight. Giveaway open until 9 pm EST 8/18/20.

 

In the meantime, I’m cracking on with final edits on Bishop’s Gambit, the next installment of the Redclaw Origins series. I’m looking at a September release date, fingers crossed. I can’t wait to share it with you!

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Be safe. Be well. Until next time!

16 thoughts on “Bishop Takes Knight is a PRISM Award winner! #MFRWHooks #MFRWAuthor #Giveaway

    • Confidence is very sexy, isn’t it? And competence too. I also appreciate someone who can laugh at themselves. 🙂

  1. Congratulations! I prefer heroines who are resourceful and realistic, despite whatever special powers or talents they may have. A sense of humor helps a lot, too.

  2. These days I prefer heroines who are not young and hot, who are imperfect, who are a bit curmudgeonly, who are independent and who are not falling all over themselves for a man.
    Congratulations on the win!
    ~Cie from Naughty Netherworld Press~

    • Yes, I think your comments must have gotten caught in a moderation well. Even now, I’m having trouble responding to them!

      I love your take on heroines though–any recommendations!

      And thank you for the congratulations. The honor caught me completely off-guard!

  3. I’m afraid I don’t know if my comment went to a moderation queue, or if it was just eaten, so, apologies if this is a duplicate comment.
    I prefer heroines who are ordinary-looking, middle-aged or older, curmudgeonly, independent, and not falling all over themselves for some man.
    Congratulations on the win!

    • Thank you so much!
      Yes, it must have been a moderation thing–sorry! All your comments came through at once!

      Hah, that kind of heroine sounds right up my alley. Have you got any suggestions?

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