Wednesday, May 23, 2007

He's baaaaack!

I've just discovered Harlequin is reissuing my first book, A WARRIOR'S HEART, in a special themed collection available only by mail. The collection is called "Close to Home" and you get a bunch of free books, coasters and a chair caddy if you sign up. Sounds like a good deal to me.

I confess that I'm curious to see the cover of the reissue. As you'll see if you click on the link below, there's also a theme to the covers in the collection.

That would be the daisy in the upper right hand corner.

Considering that A WARRIOR'S HEART is set in medieval Wales, one might wonder about the use of a daisy on such a cover. According to The Flower Expert, however, daisies are native to north and central Europe, and the name comes from old Anglo-Saxon "daes eage", which means "day's eye." So for the cover of a medieval? Daisies are good!

The Close to Home Collection also has historicals by Harlequin Historical authors Kate Bridges, Cheryl St. John and Carolyn Davidson. Check it out -- you can get up to 18 free books!

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