marissadoyle

News: A title and a date!

Well, it seems I’ve mentioned it several other places…but not here. Which is rather silly, but we won’t go into that now. Instead, let’s focus on the good news: we have a title and a release date for my next book! The title was hard–try as I might, I couldn’t come up with anything beyond… Read more »

Booksigning in New Jersey

Anyone in the Iselin, NJ, area? I’ll be there for the annual New Jersey Romance Writers’ Put Your Heart in a Book Conference at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel this weekend, which includes a big booksigning on Saturday, October 23rd from 4-5:30 pm, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting Literacy Volunteers of America. The other… Read more »

Betraying Season is out in paperback!

Betraying Season is out today in paperback, from Square Fish/Macmillan and available in stores as well as on line. I’ll be giving away two copies over at my Nineteenteen blog, so if you’d like to be entered in the giveaway, head on over and leave a comment on either today’s or Friday’s post. That’s http://nineteenteen.blogspot.com/… Read more »

Betraying Season Award!

I feel a little sheepish for not having mentioned this sooner…but Betraying Season won an award! It won the Young Adult category in the National Readers’ Choice Award contest sponsored by the Oklahoma Romance Writers of America. Winners were announced at a reception during the RWA National Conference at the end of July, and yes,… Read more »

July Events

A couple of events this month…if you’re in the southern NH/MA area, or in Orlando, FL, stop by! On Sunday, July 25 from 2-4 pm I’ll be part of a panel discussion on children’s and YA fantasy at the Toadstool Bookshop in Milford, NH. It’s a great line-up of authors and books, including Ellen Booraem… Read more »

Any Georgette Heyer Fans?

Today on Nineteenteen we’re starting a week-long discussion of the divine Georgette Heyer’s Cotillion…full of her trademark sparkling wit and containing one of her best developed (if unexpected) romantic heroes ever. Please stop in and comment! Nineteenteen: Being a Teen in the Nineteenth Century

Spring is here

First peony of the season: The perennial bed (which is much happier now that we took down a tree or two, the remains of which are also visible here):

TBF Live!

Anyone in the Rochester/western New York area? I’m going to be one of two dozen authors talking books at the 5th Annual Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival on Saturday, May 15 from 9-5 at Nazareth College in Rochester, and would love to see you! Check out the link to their site for a full list… Read more »