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A Girl Walks into a Bar: Danish and Swedish Covers Revealed (Plus: Book Blurb)

Paige Nick, one third of the Helena S Paige trio that includes Sarah Lotz and Helen Moffett, has revealed the Danish and Swedish covers for the first book in their erotica series, A Girl Walks into a Bar, where you get to choose the storyline. Nick said that the book will be out in July and that they are “just days away from delivering the first manuscript”.

Suddenly feels like things are all happening quite quickly as the process gets underway for completing A Girl Walks Into a Bar, the first book in the series of erotic novels that Sarah Lotz, Helen Moffett and I are co-authoring. (Due out July)

We’re just days away from delivering the first manuscript, which we’ve been whipping into shape since November. Yes, expect many sexual double entendres here, it turns out that they’re unavoidable when writing about the act of writing about sex.

The book will be published locally by Jonathan Ball. It was picked up in the UK by Little, Brown’s Sphere imprint, who have published the book blurb on their website:

When your friend cancels on your girls’ night out at the last moment, you suddenly find yourself all dressed up and alone at an exclusive bar.

What do you do now?

Images courtesy A Million Miles from Normal

 

Recent comments:

  • Lindsay
    Lindsay
    March 15th, 2013 @12:07 #
     
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    I really like these covers, the Danish one in particular.

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  • <a href="http://helenmoffett.book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Helen</a>
    Helen
    March 15th, 2013 @13:33 #
     
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    Ooh, am I allowed to like this? What delights me is how classy these covers are. The Danish one is very Breakfast at Tiffanys, but I love the sense of options offered by the Swedish one.

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  • <a href="http://book.co.za" rel="nofollow">Ben - Editor</a>
    Ben - Editor
    March 15th, 2013 @13:40 #
     
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    Yep, the Danish one is a... danish.

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