I’ve always been partial to stories that have a little sexiness because I not only like seeing how the emotional relationship develops in a romance, but where it leads. I also like romances where the hero and heroine are equals in the relationship, supporting and helping each other through tough times. That’s the vibe I was striving for in ONE SUMMER NIGHT. A blend of partnership, sexiness, playfulness and tenderness. So how do I get that point across? Take a look at these teasers and let me know which one you prefer. The top one or the bottom or both? Which one grabs you?
ONE SUMMER NIGHT is available at these retailers:
Amazon Kindle: http://amzn.to/2krMwfE
Amazon Paperback: http://amzn.to/2kYLWZV
OMG it’s hard to believe release week is almost over! It’s been so exciting and thank you all so so much for taking this journey with me. As I’ve said before, YOU are one of the best reasons for continuing to write. I love hearing from you and spending time with you! I hope I’ll get to see you at some of my upcoming events! In the meantime, I hope you’ll check out ONE SUMMER NIGHT which has been getting some rave reviews including this one from RT Book Reviews:
It has been a long and tiring week! I’ve been a writing demon and also juggling a lot of things at work! I’m glad it’s Friday because it’s Saturday Eve. That means the weekend is here and even better, tomorrow is the monthly Liberty States Fiction Writers meeting. Looking forward to it! Hope you all have a good weekend. Don’t forget to checkout the contest on my Facebook Fan Page as well as the One Summer Night Pre-order Blitz Contest.
It’s that time of year for the running of the bulls in Pamplona. You’ve probably seen news stories about people being gored or injured as they try to outrun the large bulls on narrow Spanish streets. The practice began when cattle had to be transported from one location to another and local youths would run and dodge in front of them to show how brave they were.
But now, there is another fearful animal to dodge: the bulldogs. This commercial from Geico is hysterical! Click here if you cannot see the Geico Running of the Bulldogs commercial below.
Beach Bag Beach Read Contest
Starting on July 14, please visit my Facebook page to enter the Beach Bag Beach Read Contest. To enter, all you need to do is tag a friend (one per comment) for an entry to win a $25 GC, Kobo Pocket Reader, cozie, bookmark (made by me) & a T-shirt. Each tag is another chance to win! Share the post for a chance to win a Second Chance Prize of a $10 GC!
I’ve had cats for a lot of my life and when I saw this video I thought it was spot on. If you’re a cat owner, I think you’ll agree!
Click here if you can’t see the Sad Cat Diary below or use this link: https://youtu.be/PKffm2uI4dk
Have a Happy Friday and a great weekend.
I have been so chained to my desk with both my day job and writing, that I haven’t had a chance to see two movies that were both on my “have to watch” list: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and Wonder Woman.
I’d love to hear from you if you’ve seen either of the movies and if so, what you thought of them! Maybe let me know which one you’d go see first if you’ve already seen both.
Also, don’t forget I’ve got a month long contest going! You can enter multiple times daily until June 30. Just click here of visit this link: http://bit.ly/2qJqPP5
Ah, the donut! I love donuts. From Krispy Kremes to Dunkin’ Donuts to Winchell’s out in California, donuts rock.
If you’re like me, today is the day to get some free donuts on National Donut Day. You can find out how to get yours at one of these links:
Now that we got that out of the way, who invented the donut? According to Wikipedia, there is some dispute as to the origins of the donut, but many of those origins are tied to the USA so I’m going with some American somewhere invented the donut. Of course, the French might say the beignet got it all started and yes, they are tasty fried nuggets of dough, but I’m feeling all patriotic lately, so we’ll stick with Americans inventing the donut.
What about the origins of Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins? Try as I might, I could not find any common explanation on the invention of the “donut hole.” According to Philly.com, the holes were named after the Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz since DD thought kids would go for the smaller snacks. You can find more donut trivia from Philly.com here: http://bit.ly/2qJmCee
Hope you enjoyed today’s Fun Friday! Have a great weekend!