Friday, March 30, 2012

Welcome Margaret Tanner to The Word Place




SAVAGE UTOPIA/STOLEN BIRTHRIGHT 2 in 1 e-book – Margaret Tanner.
Thank you so much for inviting me here Judy.
I am pleased to announce that Whiskey Creek Press has just re-released Savage Utopia and its sequel Stolen Birthright as a 2 In 1 e-book. That’s right, two novels virtually for the price of one.

The penal colony of Australia is the sweeping setting for my two novel historical fiction romance.
SAVAGE UTOPIA: Sentenced to transportation to Australia, for trying to kill her incestuous father, Maryanne Watson boards a convict ship. During the journey she meets and falls in love with an American convict, Jake Smith. Jake hides a terrible family secret that if it ever saw the light of day, would send him to the gallows. When they arrive at the penal colony, she is assigned to Captain Miles Fitzhugh. After he abuses her she flees for her life. She finally meets up with Jake who has escaped from a chain gang, gone bush and lives with the aborigines. They roam the wilderness together trying to find their utopia. When Maryanne falls pregnant, Jake, who has a price on his head, risks coming out of hiding, so he can legally marry her so their child will not be born illegitimate.
STOLEN BIRTHRIGHT: Georgina, a wild colonial girl, is brought up by O’Rourke, a rough and ready Irishman, who she believes is her uncle. While helping the outlaw Johnny Dawson escape from prison, she meets and falls in love with a dashing young English aristocrat, The Honourable Marcus Lindquist. When Johnny Dawson is ambushed and killed, Marcus finally learns the secret of what has bound him to Georgina. Johnny is her brother, not her lover as he had jealously supposed, but even darker secrets from the past overshadow their love.
How can an English aristocrat marry the daughter of convicts?
Meanwhile, twelve thousand miles across the sea, Marcus’ Godfather is plotting Georgina’s death, to keep his dark secrets from ever seeing the light of day.

4 comments:

Linda Swift said...

Hello Margaret and Judy. What complicated plots, Margaret. My head is spinnig. And I know both would be wonderful stories and you never disappoint. Haven't talked with you in a while. I hope all is well in your world. Send me a letter sometime. And best of luck with this 2 for 1 offer. Linda

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Linda,
Thank you for dropping by, I appreciate it. All is well in my world, hope yours is the same. I have been following your publishing exploits.

Regards

Margaret

Sarah J. McNeal said...

Sorry I'm a day late but I have my niece this weekend so I couldn't get everything done that I wanted to.
I love stories about Australia. I was intrigued by your story premise.
I wish you every success.

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Sarah,
Thank you for dropping by I appreciate it.

Regards

Margaret