Thursday, 2 February 2012

Babi Dewet singed to Evora Publishing

Saturday Night (Sabado a Noite - read my review here) is Brazilian writer and blogger Babi Dewet's first book and it was originally published independently. Well... She has just being signed to Evora Publishing and... Sabado a Noite is to become a trilogy!!!!

I had the pleasure of writing guest post for Babi's blog this last year and I couldn't be more thrilled. She worked really hard to get to this stage and her book had done seriously well even before she was signed. Being part of a publishing company only means she'll be able to write more and who knows? Maybe we will see it over here soon. Fingers crossed!!!

Oh! She even gave us a shout when she announced the news over at her blog!

Congrats Babi!!! You deserve it.



2 comments:

  1. Hi,

    I am requesting a book review for my mystery, suspense thriller, The Mistake.

    I really appreciate your invaluable assistance to authors.

    Title:  The Mistake
    Name: (aka Bruce Castle)
    Genre: Mystery/Suspense Thriller
    Sub-Genre: Paranormal Romance
    Publisher: Write Words, Inc. A small, but very professional publisher.
    Date of Publication: ebook 9/27/2011 and Print Feb. 2011

    I believe that my novel meets many of your preferences for a happy read. Not that you should be influenced, but it has received two four star reviews by Amazon reviewers so far.

    The Mistake incorporates mystery, suspense, dark fiction, a paranormal female detective, a combative 1940's style detective love story that is humorous, serious, and highly realistic. A hot social topic viewed from a heartfelt perspective and an elusive suspect whose narcissistic obsession leads to murders and a diabolical scheme to achieve personal happiness and others be damned.

    Book Jacket

    George and Lenore Marr are brutally murdered in Pittsburgh. Months later, several murders strike Baltimore County, Maryland. Undoubtedly, these seemingly unrelated killings would have become a cold case, and the killer free to pursue a deluded dream, if Detective Aubrey McKensie of the Maryland State Police had not been assigned to investigate the killings. And the killer could never have predicted that as Aubrey McKensie is not an ordinary detective. And this is no commonplace and tiresome detective story. This fabulously wealthy, dark haired Scot whose iron will was forged in the inferno of human tragedy has a reputation for solving unsolvable crimes, not only by depending on her intuitive talents, but by relying on her paranormal ability that has been invaluable in her police work, but a disaster to her social life. Susan Gardner is a clinical psychologist living in Delaware and Sherman Langston is a businessman with political aspirations of becoming president in Virginia. Both have lovely families and are respected in their fields. They have not seen each other since graduating high school and neither would have any reason to be suspicious of a demented stranger entering their lives through murder and deception. During Aubrey’s investigation, fate links her up with Detective Joshua Diamond from Pittsburgh whom she is highly attracted to. Struggling with her romantic feelings toward this sweet and interesting young man with a heartfelt secret of his own, her erratic behavior fluctuates between seductive and icy cold, which has Josh thinking that this charming and talented detective is a certifiable lunatic. While these two masterful detectives pursue an oddly behaving and elusive killer with a secret past and an equally secretive future an unexpected turn of events occurs—a grotesque and murderous scheme is launched that Aubrey and Josh are desperate to end before further innocent lives are destroyed.  

    The Mistake can be sent to you in an ebook format or Paperback.

    Thank you for your consideration,

    Steven Rosenstein
    (aka Bruce Castle)

    www.brucecastleauthor.wordpress.com
    [email protected]

     

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