February happenings

February's been a great month for us--and I can't believe I've failed to post about our good news.

The finalists for the Whitney's  awards were announced on February 3, and out of our twelve nominee, we ended up with a very deserving finalist (We thought it should have been more, but then we are slightly biased). A BIG congrats to Theresa Sneed

No Angel by Theresa Sneed was nominated in the Speculative category. No Angel is up against some amazing titles and very talented writers, so we're keeping our fingers crossed.

It's always exciting to send a book to press, but we especially like it when that book's from a first time author.  And without further ado we present The Keeper's Calling by Kelly Nelson.

They come from two different worlds.
One fateful discovery will bring them together.
Neither of their lives will ever be the same.

Chase Harper's to-do list for senior year never included fall in love and fight for your life, but things rarely go as planned. Tarnished gold and resembling a pocket watch, the counter he finds in a cave during the summer of 2011 will forever change the course of his life, leading him to the beautiful Ellie Williams and unlocking a power beyond his wildest imagination.

In 1863, Ellie Williams completes school in Boston and returns to the Utah Territory only to discover that her grandfather and his counter, a treasured family heirloom, are missing. When Ellie is abducted and told she must produce the counter or die, an unexpected rescuer comes to her aid.


  1. That sounds good! Congrats to the Whitney finalists. That's so exciting.

  2. I have read The Keerper's Calling at various points along the way and love it. I seriously can't wait to hold this book in my hands! Congrats, Kelly!
    Laura Johnston