Sunday, October 7, 2012

Susan X Meagher schedule for Woman's Week in Provincetown

Join Susan X Meagher this weekend in Provincetown, MA.  It is Women's Week again and authors, readers and lots of lesbians will be descending on the lovely Cape for a week of fun and games.

Susan is doing a reading on Friday the 11th at the Sage Inn at 336 Commercial St.  Many other authors will be in attendance at the GCLS event as well.

Click here for a detailed schedule, map, and other information!

On Saturday the 13th Susan will be joining other authors at Womencrafts, 376 Commercial St to sell and autograph their books for readers.

It is always a lot of fun.  Look Susan up and say Hi if you are there.

New book announcement: Almost Heaven and Monogamy

Brisk Press is happy to announce two new books by Susan X Meagher. The printed books and the e-books are available for purchase at

Almost Heaven
334 pages

Cody Keaton truly believes that money doesn't buy happiness. She believes this so strongly that when she hits it big in the lottery she considers throwing the ticket away. Once she talks herself off that ledge she vows to use the money only for security, a decision that she honestly believes she can follow. She's not going to be one of those people who blows it on houses and cars and loses it all.

Her aunts, uncles, cousins and extended family don't share her view—but most of them itch to share her money.

The local bank manager, Maddie Osborne, quickly sees that Cody's going to be in a world of trouble if she doesn't make some tough financial decisions. Given that Cody's never been inside a bank, her learning curve is steep. Maddie finds herself drawn to protecting the unsophisticated woman from the people who are trying to separate Cody from her fortune—even her nearest and dearest.

Read the review at Rainbow Reader and at C-spot

Monogamy: Book 13 of the I Found My Heart in San Francisco series
374 pages
Things are looking up. 

Ryan's back in the saddle—the effects of her trauma slowly fading. Jamie's thoroughly relieved to have her back. She's not as happy that her hyperactive lover has to jump into another sport. Ryan's sure softball will help end her collegiate career on an up note. Will the third time be the charm?

Jordan's working harder than she thought possible. But it's not having Mia by her side that wears on her. Mia feels the same, and Jordan soon learns that Mia's not able to delay gratification—no matter the consequences.

Wrapping up their last semester at Cal involves a tremendous amount of work for the high-achieving women. The question is how to accomplish all they're called to do while having time for each other.

Love is the key, and expressing that love in words, actions and deeds is what will keep them together.

Both are available at