Serial Fiction is back. @jamielbrenner’s steaming Prohibition-era serial The Gin Loversis out. A Barnes&Noble Snap Fiction Pick, the series offers romantic twists-and-turns to satisfy “Downton Abbey” fans while paying homage to the epic novels Lace and Chances. Get the first installment for your Nook or Kindle, and read excerpts at JamieBrenner.com
Here’s a bit from the Heroes and Heartbreakers Review: “This serial isn’t a romance so much as it is a good, old-fashioned, potboiler. Yes, there is sex, but I’m hard pressed to even consider this genre fiction even using the broadest definition. No, it truly is a soap opera, just on paper and not being projected on any sort of screen.”
July 1, 2012: MTM is extremely proud and happy to announce that after five years of agenting and fifteen years in the publishing industry, Jamie Brenner has made the leap to being a full-time author. Her first book series, written as Logan Belle, Blue Angel (Kensington) garnered a 4-Star review in The Romantic Times and has led to a partnership with the Bettie Page estate on a line of erotica novels at Pocket Star/Simon and Schuster, debuting in November 2012 with Bettie Page Presents: The Librarian.
Jamie is also writing mainstream commercial fiction under her own name and will make her debut with an innovative ebook serial entitled The Gin Lovers for St. Martin’s Press in October 2012, as recently announced on Heroes and Heartbreakers.
Jamie will continue to be represented by Adam Chromy of MTM. We wish Jamie all the best in her writing endeavors and hope you will follow her developing career.