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(PRWEB) January 7, 2003

During National Read an E-Book Week get a free PDF download of WATER AND TIME by sending an e-mail request through Cornelia Amiri’s site at

CORNELIA GAIL AMIRI         Cornelia Amiri

        P. O. Box 740186

        Houston, TX 77274 – 0186


Press Release

    Contact: Cornelia Amiri Phone: (713)     


NATIONAL READ AN E-BOOK WEEK.The second week of March is National Read An E-Book Week. Local Houston author, Cornelia Amiri, is celebrating by sending a free PDF download of her short story collection Water and Time to everyone who sends an e-mail request through her web site that week at

Water and Time is a two-story collection of historical romances. In “Sea Princess,” Cornelia Amiri takes us to First Century AD Ireland, where Titus’s merchant voyage begins when he is captured by a captivating princess. In “Ana’s Conquest,” we travel with a humble milkmaid as she embarks from 1539 Spain on Hernando De Soto’s ship to the New World, and a journey of the heart.

B.J. Lowry, editor of Love Words Magazine,, says, “Men are brave, women are ruthless–and love finds a way. Read Cornelia Amiri’s amazing stories, written with knowledge and passion in a memorable style that only she can master.”

Cornelia Amiri’s Historical Romance, The Fox Prince, released January 2002 From Awe –Struck E-books is available in: HTML for the standard computer, Rocket reader for the Rocket e-Book reader device, MS Reader for the PC and Pocket PC, FUB for eBookMan, Mobipocket for Palm Pilot, Pocket PC, and eBookMan, and KML for hiebook. Read a free three-chapter preview at It can be purchased at Barnes and Nobles on line, Gemstar, Mobi, Fiction Wise, and at Awe Struck E-Books.

ONE HEART – ONE WAY, the second Celtic/Saxon based, historical romance by Houston author, Cornelia Amiri, will be released March 2003.Available in multiple e-book formats from Awe-Struck E-books and in paperback from Earthling Press, ISBN 1-58749-368-3.

Read What Reviewers Are Saying About Cornelia Amiri’s Books.

Dale Van Tassel with The Word on Romance

“The Fox Prince is one of the best novels I have read in a long time. It is written with such excitement and reality, it is hard not to feel you belong with the characters. The descriptive writing makes the novel come alive. I am especially impressed with the strong characters of this novel, both male and female. The conversations going on between the characters is written with just the right amount of detail making you hear and see what’s going on. It is truly a novel that takes you back in time to a place where love blooms through, even in times of war, religious, and emotional hardship. Cornelia Amiri has captured the passionate love between two people many may not think would or should come together. Her marvelous writing makes you feel the passion and almost taste the kiss of this warrior prince.”

Reviewed by Tracy Farnsworth

“Cozy up and let THE FOX PRINCE whisk you away to another place and time. You will be glad you did.”

Dawn Myers at Writers Unlimited

“One Heart One Way by Cornelia Amiri has it all. It has a love story and a treasure quest and also has a strong male who tried to do what was right. He finally succeeded when he followed his heart. One Heart One Way is quite an enjoyable book and I especially enjoyed the Druid history.

“Tracy Farnsworth with The Romance Reader Connection

“Blaise and Ricole are a wonderful couple who face the odds with determination. Their story is tender and honest and thoroughly enjoyable. Fans of historical romances will be pleased with Ms. Amiri’s latest offering.”

C.L. Jeffries with Heartstrings

“One Heart, One Way is a light and airy romantic adventure that will raise a reader’s spirits with its gentle exploration of external pressures on a star-crossed love affair. Aching innocence and ancient knowledge underscore this story of a spoiled princess eager to carve her own destiny, and her duty-bound prince, torn between loyalty and love. Over all Ms. Amiri has captured the essence of the era, and its majestic, mystical, ballad-worthy mystique quite nicely.”


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