Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Completely Embarrassing Promotional Video

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Okay, taking a deep breath and sharing. This is me on video yakking about my second contemporary romantic comedy, Unscripted, publishing August 1. Now, be nice! Wait…who am I kidding? *sigh* You may mock. I completely understand. But I won’t mind if you buy the book! ;)

ChickLit Plus gives By Design 4 stars!

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Nook coverPlanning on doing some relaxing this summer? Want something to read while you veg out?

Sara from ChickLit Plus gives By Design 4 stars and says it’s “a quick paced story that reads very easily” and “would make a great read lounging pool side.”

So go git it!

Amazon

Barnes and Noble

Also on iTunes!

‘Ripe for Reader’ Blog Likes Unscripted

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So my first novel, By Design, has been out for exactly one month and one day. It’s been exciting and crazy and and and NEVERMINDHERECOMESTHESECONDBOOK!

Yep, it’s true—just when I thought I could sit back and enjoy the release of my first book, I realized it’s time to start thinking about the release of my second, Unscripted, which publishes August 1. Well alllllrightiethen! Gawrsh, it’s like sending all your kids off to school one after the other.

unscrcoverUnscripted is up on NetGalley for advance reviews, and the Ripe for Reader blog has already hit that—and they liked it! I’m so glad, because I had a great time writing Unscripted.

For those of you who’ve asked—no, these books are not a series, but instead are standalone stories, mainly because after I finish writing one book, I have an overwhelming urge to write something that’s the exact opposite—in mood, character, plot, what have you. F’r instance, in this case, as much as I loved dear, sweet, insecure, neurotic Emmie from By Design, after I told her story, I started to get the itch to write a take-no-prisoners strong heroine.

That’d be Faith Sinclair, powerhouse producer of the popular TV show Modern Women. She’s got the world by the balls—in more ways than one (ahem)—until she loses her job and has to move heaven and earth to get it back. Luckily she’s got the temperament to do just that—and enough extra energy to fall for a hot college professor at the same time.

I shall say no more at the moment. While we wait for Unscripted to hit the ebookshelves, go check out the review, won’t you? :)