PRIMROSE LISA VALDEZ EBOOK

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Start by marking “Primrose (Passion Quartet, #3)” as Want to Read: November, edit: Author says she STILL working on the book. The excerpt on Lisa Valdez website is very promising. Editorial Reviews. Review. Every word sizzles off the page. (Jill Marie Landis). About the Author. Lisa Valdez was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in. November, Dearest Readers,. I had hoped to be able to announce an earlier release date for PRIMROSE, but instead I find myself unable to meet the date.


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PRIMROSE by Lisa Valdez ISBN: TBD Publisher: Berkley On sale date: TBA Available soon from cucurboldnegel.cf, Barnes and Noble, or Powells. excerpt. Note Lisa Valdez answered some questions about why there was such a long information about her 3rd novel in the quartet, Primrose flag 61 likesLike see. Lisa Valdez, author of Passion, on LibraryThing. Works by Lisa Valdez. Passion copies, 16 reviews; Patience copies, 3 reviews; Primrose 13 copies.

I don't think you'll find many who think it is 'catty' to raise questions when a writer in this genre finds it difficult to produce more than 2 books in a decade.

Marcel Proust you ain't, luv. It is not 'cattiness', it is that when it comes to Ms Valdez' understanding of deadlines and commitment to her readers the jokes write themselves.

She has a website where she could have informed her readership about having to suspend writing activities for personal reasons, and we would have wished her well, a swift resolution to everything and left her alone. But this has not happened.

What we get instead, in dribs and drabs, is random deadlines pulled out of a hat. Meanwhile, the writer found the time to pen a novella the ontotheology of kerching!

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There're writers who've taken time off because of health problems Robin Schone, Linda Howard -who's come back with a collaborator in tow , of a tragic family loss Sharon Sala , or because they are taking a vacation in the clink Megan McKinney. There are others who have stopped writing in this genre or have given up all together.

Lisa Valdez does not fall in any of these categories.

It is more than obvious to me that she's a shrewd and dedicated promoter of her scant output. Jun 23, Elizabeth marked it as to-read October No sign of the blasted thing.

Also, does the hero of this match the previous two down South? April 5 Reply to reviewer 'Susan' I cannot post comments under your reviews, a space reserved for your friends only You forgot to add 'abduction by outer space aliens' in your long list of 'reasons' excusing Lisa Valdez for not finishing an HR quartet of books 9 long years after kick off I was in the first flush of youth then.

I don't think you'll find many who think it is 'catty' to October No sign of the blasted thing. I don't think you'll find many who think it is 'catty' to raise questions when a writer in this genre finds it difficult to produce more than 2 books in a decade.

Marcel Proust you ain't, luv.

It is not 'cattiness', it is that when it comes to Ms Valdez' understanding of deadlines and commitment to her readers the jokes write themselves. She has a website where she could have informed her readership about having to suspend writing activities for personal reasons, and we would have wished her well, a swift resolution to everything and left her alone. But this has not happened.

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