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WE REGRET THAT, DUE TO BAD WEATHER, BOOK RELEASE PARTY SUNDAY, MARCH 2, FOR ANNA ALBERGUCCI HAS BEEN POSTPONED.


Please watch for new information concerning a rescheduled event.
ALSO: MARCH MEETING IS THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 7:00 P.M., AT WAVERLY'S IN CISCO.

Cisco, Texas, February 27, 2014 - The Cisco Writers Club is delighted to honor new member Anna Albergucci of Baird with a book release party Sunday, March 2. Please join us!

From 2 to 4 at the Myrtle Wilks Community Center in Cisco we’ll celebrate the publication of her intriguing new book, The Phoenix Decree.
Also attending: Amanda M. Thrasher, publisher and creative genius behind Progressive Rising Phoenix Press. Herself a writer, she ensures Progressive Rising Phoenix follows their authors’ dictates.
Albergucci, first time author and creator of The Phoenix Decree Saga, had no idea her nine-book time travel series would capture readers as they have.
"As a U.S. Marine,” wrote one reviewer, “I spent a lot of time reading, and still do. But it was during my recent service that I was introduced to The Phoenix Decree Saga. It grabbed me and wouldn't let go. Even now, it won't let go. Badass, these books deliver on every level, with each one even better than the last. The best series I've ever read."...Chase McCravey.
What a delightful surprise for any breakout author testing the waters with beta-readers.

Albergucci has had a strong imagination since childhood, often regaling others with her dramatic dreams. Now, putting those dreams to paper, she weaves them into coherent stories peopled by characters of whose lives the rest of us can only dream.
In her spare time, Anna prowls old mansions and dusty shops looking for antiques. She's an avid reader; favorite genres include romances, paranormals, and thrillers, whether historical or contemporary.

Book 1 in the Phoenix Decree Saga, The Phoenix Decree, is written in a way that puts the reader in the midst of every scene, and offers them a chance to slip away between chronological times. They get to know the characters in a personal way.
That includes Devon Phoenix, a 19th century Englishman. He becomes linked to his soul mate through the discovery of a buried family secret, causing his world to tip on its axis. It then slips entirely when he learns that she will need his protection from men who will be drawn to her because of her lineage--men he thought to be only myths. If Devon is to claim her heart, he must achieve the impossible--cross nearly two centuries into present day to find her.
Another primary character is Boston artist and history buff Elz Valli. Out clubbing one night, she has no idea her orderly life is about to be turned upside down. Coming face-to-face with Devon, she reaches the shocking conclusion that this striking and intellectual man not only looks like the twelfth Duke of Seton--he is.
The scandalous events that follow put the pendulum in motion, as Devon's mere presence jeopardizes the woman he came through time to save. Though Devon's love subjugates the chains of time, it is not without cost. Will his battle scars be in vain, or will he be able to protect Elz from the powers that will attach themselves to her? 
No spoiler warning here, you'll have to read the book to find out!

Albergucci will sign copies of her novel The Phoenix Decree March 2nd, 2:00 p.m at the Myrtle Wilks Community Center located at 1498 Interstate 20 West, Cisco, TX.
Catch Anna next at the Kick off Spring Writers Extravaganza March 15, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Barnes and Noble, The Parks at Arlington, 3881 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015.

The Phoenix Decree is available at
www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and www.progressiverisingphoenix.com online and at select stores. The book is distributed by Ingram Books and other wholesale distributors.

Amanda M. Thrasher, speaking for the publisher, says, “Progressive Rising Phoenix Press, recognizes that the publishing industry has changed. We believe authors have choices in all aspects, including production, of their work. We are not a traditional publisher; our program is based on choice. Our program is not a fit for every author and every author is not a fit for Phoenix. For this reason we do not solicit authors but do accept submissions. Please feel free to make inquiries for a full explanation of our mission and program prior to submitting manuscripts: info@progressiverisingphoenix.com or www.progressiverisingphoenix.com."

Join us Sunday, March 2, to celebrate a newly minted Big Country author, Anna Albergucci, and her attractive new book, The Phoenix Decree. Look for the second in this saga to be released soon.

                     
Cover: Devon Phoenix                  Joining Anna Sunday
touches King Solomon's              
is Amanda M. Thrasher
mirror.
                                         of Progressive Rising
                                                  Phoenix Press.

The Cisco Writers Club will meet as usual, at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 6, at Waverly's Coffee and Gifts in Cisco. Join us.

2014 is going to be a great year to. . .

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