Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Witchstruck shortlisted for RoNA Awards

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I am delighted to announce that my Tudor paranormal romance, Witchstruck, has been shortlisted for the RoNA Awards, administered by the Romantic Novelists Association, in the Young Adult Romantic Novel of the Year category.
"Twilight meets The Other Boleyn Girl in this gripping and passionate tale of Meg, a spirited young witch learning her craft amidst the danger and intrigue of sixteenth-century England."
It's an incredibly strong shortlist this year, but good luck to everyone, and I am honoured to be in such brilliant company on the shortlist.

Best of luck also to all those shortlisted in the other RoNA categories, among which I see numerous friends. Rooting for you all!

Here is the Young Adult romantic novel shortlisting:

The Young Adult Romantic Novel:
Jo Cotterill, Sweet Hearts: Model Behaviour, Red Fox (RHCP)
Laura Jarratt, Skin Deep, Electric Monkey/Egmont
Marie-Louise Jensen, The Girl in the Mask, OUP
Victoria Lamb, Witchstruck, Corgi (RHCP)
Sarra Manning, Adorkable, Atom (Little, Brown)
Susan Waggoner, Neptune's Tears, Piccadilly Press

Saturday, 19 January 2013

Promo: Witchstruck ebook better than half price

HALF PRICE PROMO on Amazon
For those who may have been considering buying WITCHSTRUCK, and have a Kindle, the Amazon ebook price has dropped to better than half price, possibly as a result of other online promotions.

WITCHSTRUCK is a paranormal Tudor romance for young adult readers.

 Teen witch Meg meets smouldering Spanish priest Alejandro, and sparks of disapproval and attraction fly on both sides.

But when Princess Elizabeth's life is in danger, dare Meg risk asking for Alejandro's help to save her?

WITCHSTRUCK by Victoria Lamb
£2.84

Friday, 4 January 2013

Christmas Chez Nous

It's a big family ... and still growing!


















Not quite sure about Grandma's Santa hat.



 



Christmas can be a bit of a strain for my husband.



But empty packaging has many uses!


Vegetable peeling is always a potential flashpoint area.



Best to steer clear of the kitchen and figure out how the mechanical kitten works instead.



Looks tasty, doesn't it?


Time to unwind with some chocolates.


And even the animals got a Santa hat and treat bag each!

Hope your celebrations were happy and peaceful too.