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Author spotlight: Beverley Eikli

8 February 2013

Beverley EikliBeverley Eikli is the author of ten novels (six published and four contracted), writing erotic historicals as Beverley Oakley, and historical romantic intrigue as Beverley Eikli. She recently won UK publisher Choc-Lit’s Search for an Australian Star competition for her Regency romance, The Reluctant Bride, which will be published in March 2014. Beverley lives in a pretty town an hour north of Melbourne with her husband, two daughters and gorgeous Rhodesian Ridgeback, Homer.

Welcome Beverley to our spotlight …

Have you attended one of ARRA’s events before?

I’ve heard so many good things about it, but this will be my first.

What are you most looking forward to at ARRC2013?

Catching up with fellow writer friends I see only once a year and meeting readers and other writers.

Tell us about your latest book…

I’m on a crazy deadline to finish an illegal diamond-buying romantic suspense called Lammergeier Rock, set in 1960 in the African Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho, where I was born and where my father prosecuted a number of medicine murder and IDB (illegal diamond buying) cases. Hopefully it’ll make Choc-Lit’s September 2013 release list.

What do you have coming up next?

I’m on final edits for an Ellora’s Cave erotic Regency romance called Her Gilded Prison, featuring an older woman and a younger man who form an unusual alliance to prevent an unworthy heir from inheriting the viscountcy. It’s very sweet and sexy at the same. I’m also very excited about my Momentum 15 January Hot Down Under release, Saving Grace, set in 1878 about a prostitute who is sent to service the man she believes inadvertently thrust her into her hated way of life by betraying her after she safeguarded his secret. It’s set to be a busy and exciting year.

Keep an eye out for Beverley’s books and give them a try:

If you are an ARRA member or registered for ARRC2013, check out the member’s loop or ARRC Lounge loop for details of our Author Spotlight competition.

12 Comments
  1. 12 February 2013 4:39 pm

    Beverley, you are super, super busy. Feel like a sloth compared to your output. See you at ARRC.

  2. aimskye permalink
    11 February 2013 12:30 pm

    Great interview Beverley. Looking forward to seeing you at ARRC2013

    Aimee

  3. 8 February 2013 10:36 pm

    Look forward to reading your books too, Beverley, and to meeting you in Kansas City!

    • beverleyeikli permalink
      11 February 2013 10:41 pm

      Thanks, everyone. Just got back from visiting my dad on his farm where I’ve been staying in a cottage with no internet or phone. How we take instant communication for granted! Thanks for all your messages:)

  4. 8 February 2013 10:21 pm

    Beverley, I love the sound of your new Choc Lit story with diamond mining, Lammergeier Rock! How fabulous to be able to draw on such great back ground material. Look forward to reading it.

  5. 8 February 2013 7:45 pm

    Looking forward to reading your books Beverley and meeting you at ARRC

  6. 8 February 2013 6:15 pm

    Great to have you in the Choc Lit ‘family’, Beverley. x

  7. beverleyeikli permalink
    8 February 2013 9:34 am

    Thanks so much, Liz and Louise,
    Just in an airport lounge now and also battling technology.
    Have a good weekend:)

  8. 8 February 2013 8:51 am

    Hi Beverley, lovely interview. All the best with your novel, ‘Lammergeier Rock’. It sounds like an intriguing read 🙂

  9. 8 February 2013 8:38 am

    I cannot believe it – I’ve done it again!!!

  10. 8 February 2013 8:37 am

    Sorry about the double n in the last message. Mire haste and all that 🙂

  11. 8 February 2013 8:35 am

    An interestinng interview, Beverley.

    I love the sound of ‘Lammergeier Rock’. I know nothing about Lesotho, and I can think of few things nicer than plugging that gap in my knowledge in a way that sounds entertaining and exciting.

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