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Royal Oak author Marianne Evans contracted for a four-book Christian/Inspirational romance series
Royal Oak, MI – August 9, 2010 – Author Marianne Evans has been contracted to create a four-book Christian/inspirational romance series for White Rose Publishing called The Woodland Series.
The Woodland Series chronicles the lives and loves of parish members at Woodland Church, furthering the development of characters first introduced in her White Rose Publishing debut, and contest winning novel, Hearts Crossing. The second book in the series, Hearts Surrender, releases on September 3rd in both print and electronic formats via www.whiterosepublishing.com and www.amazon.com.
Hearts Communion and Hearts Key are the titles of books three and four of the series with release dates yet to be determined.
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About Marianne Evans:
Marianne Evans is a multi-published author of contemporary romance novels. Her professional career began when Kensington Publishing purchased her book, Friends & Lovers. Her second novel, Right Hand Man, followed shortly thereafter. Her third release from Kensington, Hannah's Heart, won critical acclaim from reviewers in the local media. Her fourth book is her inspirational romance debut at White Rose Publishing – a contest winning novel entitled Hearts Crossing. Hearts Crossing has led to the creation of a four-book Christian romance series: The Woodland Series.
A lifelong resident of Michigan, she calls Royal Oak home. Marianne is an active member of Romance Writers of America. She's a long-time member of Greater Detroit RWA where she served the chapter in a number of capacities, but most notably for two terms as Chapter President. She also belongs to the Faith Hope and Love chapter of RWA, American Christian Fiction Writers and the Michigan Literary Network.For more information, visit her website at: www.marianneevans.com
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