Lynsay Sands Newsletter
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A Note From Lynsay

Hi all! I hope you're ready for fall because it's arrived. The leaves are starting to turn here and I do love the yellows, oranges and reds of our maple trees. They look like they're on fire. What a lovely way to head into October. Speaking of October, that's the month of two of our favorite holidays; Thanksgiving for us Canadians as well as our favorite at Sands acres... Halloween! read on

New Release!

September 30 2008: The new release of The Rogue Hunter, the 10th book to be released in the Argeneau series is scheduled for the end of September. This book is about Garrett Mortimer and the other Council Enforcers saddled with the task of protecting mankind from those gone rogue. Mortimer meets his match in Samantha, a clumsy, sharp tongued lawyer who turns all his preconceived ideas upside down! While Mortimer isn't an Argeneau, Argeneaus are present and will be leads again in future stories... read on

Upcoming Releases

January 27 2009: We are very excited to announce that Devil of the Highlands is scheduled to be released this coming January 2009! Due to a change in publishers, it has been a while since the last historical came out, so we hope that all you historical romance fans get a front row seat and enjoy this romantic roller coaster! It was a lot of fun to write so I hope you have just as much fun reading it.

March 31 2009:The Immortal Hunter, the 11th book in the Argeneaus now has a publishing date!! It's about Martine's son Decker Argeneau Pimms. He's a sweetie and his Dani is a doll, so I hope you enjoy their story. But wait till you read the secrets coming out in this one! Jeez!! They even took me by surprise. ;-)

Last Month's Winners

The Rogue Hunter's Contest Winners: Denise Mobley and Renee Wright are the two lucky winners that have been sent signed arcs of The Rogue Hunter. Everyone did so well. It was a lot of fun creating the questions and reading your answers. Great job guys!

This Month's Contest

October Contest: The prize for this month's contest are 2 signed copies of A Historical Christmas Present. Good luck to you all!

1) What is the name of the anthology in which Lynsay's story Three French Hens first appeared?
2) How many anthologies has Lynsay coauthored?
3) When was Lynsay's last anthology published?
4) What was the name of the other Christmas anthologies that she coauthored?
5) What evergreen branch is used as an excuse to steal a kiss from someone when they stand under it?
6) What Christmas dessert has more dried fruit than flour and is heavy enough to sink a ship?
7) Tori, the house ___ got tired of working at the North Pole as one of Santa's helpers.
8) In the song The Twelve Days Of Christmas, what did my true love send me on the third day?
9) How many gifts would you receive if you received all of the gifts in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas?
10) What are the names of Santa's reindeer?
11) What is the name of Scrooge's deceased business partner in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
12) In this Christmas song, who did I see kissing Santa Claus under the mistletoe last night?
13) Who from the Peanuts, was depressed and trying to find the true meaning of Christmas in the face of all the commercialism of the modern age?
14) Who did the Grinch decide to steal Christmas from?
15) Who melted the Grinch's heart with her act of kindness in How The Grinch Stole Christmas?
16) Is Santa Claus real?

Please send your entries to by midnight, Oct 14 2008 to qualify for the draw and don't forget to send in your mailing address!

Tall, Dark & Hungry Crossword Solutions

This is the solution to last month's crossword featuring Tall, Dark & Hungry. View solutions

A Quick Bite Crossword

This crossword is based on A Quick Bite. It's about Lissianna, Marguerite's only daughter and how she found love in the unlikeliest way... as a birthday gift! Good luck and we hope you enjoy it ! View crossword

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