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So, this professor was walking down a street.
You know, one of those streets that has stores a bit off the sidewalk.
It was a little town. I probably should have said that first.
Anyway, I was walking along (or down) a street when I ran into a fellow and a lady. They were around the same age, I think. And much younger than the professor.
(But everyone is younger than the professor. I’ll soon be…I forget. But it’s up there.)
Anyway for seconds, they stopped me. With words, of course.
“Where you going?” the lady asked.
I should stop calling her a lady about now.
The professor didn’t answer right away. And that’s the thing to do, when confronted.
This professor just stared at her (glancing at the fellow) and raised one eyebrow.
I’ve heard this subtle moment of mine inspires fear. I’m not sure if it’s true, but I think it is.
“I asked you a question!” she said.
“Yeah,” the fellow said, “answer her.”
“Well, to be honest,” this professor said, “I was actually not on my way to see either of you two.”
They seemed shocked, dismayed, and terribly angry.
The woman–who was smoking–threw her cigarette on the ground and stamped it angrily with her heel.
Once she was done, I repeated the motion (only I was more vicious, I think) just to prove to them that I could stamp harder.
After all, I’m a warrior.
They laughed at this.
“Your weird!” the woman said.
The fellow shook his head. “Definitely weird, dude.”
The professor moved on; I didn’t have time to keep on having speaks.
I looked back once, and saw that the duo had caught another fellow.
Maybe I should have been a bit fiercer, and messed up their operation for good.
March is approaching quickly and I am busy planning a fantastic launch party for WRECKAGE. I’ve decided to pair the launch with a fundraiser for a FANTASTIC and inspiring organization: The Book Bridge (thebookbridge.com):
The Book Bridge is a 501©3 charitable organization.
“Our mission is to support, motivate and inspire children in crisis situations to read through individualized access to books and other materials geared toward increasing literacy skills while also providing them with a healthy emotional outlet to stress.
We serve youth up to age 18 who are in physical, economical, emotional, or mental health crisis situations. They have little or no access to books of their interest and reading abilities.”
I’m sure you can see why I am SO excited to partner with this great organization. Right now I’m in the process of collecting some awesome raffles and getting all the plans together but I wanted to make sure you all saved the date so you can come celebrate WRECKAGE’s release and support The Book Bridge at the same time.
Besides the actual party we will also be holding a raffle to benefit The Book Bridge. You can purchase raffle tickets for a dollar or receive one ticket per new/like new book donated to The Book Bridge. When donating please take a moment to double check what items they are able to accept: thebookbridge.com/donations
I can’t wait to celebrate with you all and to help provide children with the books they deserve. And don’t worry, if you don’t live in Illinois I will be running a virtual launch party as well!
As a side note- if you have a raffle item you’d like to donate to support this fundraiser please email me at email@example.com
My new series, The Summer Sisters, has two new books coming out in the following months and I thought I’d do a little something nice for readers by giving away ecopies of book 1, Love and Rumors, for two days to help bring in the new year as well as celebrate the book’s brand new cover.
Wednesday, December 31, 2014 through Thursday, January 1st, 2015, the ebook of Love and Rumors will be FREE. This deal will only be available on Amazon for those two days before it goes back to its regular price of $2.99. (The paperback edition is always available for $10.99–or less!)
If you don’t have a Kindle to read the free book on, no worries! You can download the Kindle app onto most devices, easy peasy! (I have it on my phone and tablet so I can read free romance ebooks for Kindle on the go.)
One photographer who needs cash—fast. One movie star with an offer as tempting as his bad boy smile.
Hailey Summer needs more time. As the eldest Summer sister she’s always taken on the task of solving everyone’s problems—including finding ways to hold onto the family’s precious historic cottage. Only this time she’s stretched too far and is in danger of losing absolutely everything that matters to her from her dream photography business to her sisters’ trust to the cottage that’s been in the family for over a century. Will Hailey find the money she needs or will she have to confront a lot more than just the family members she’s kept in the dark?
When Finian Alexander closes his eyes he is haunted by his family’s destitute past and the unfulfilled promises he’s made to others. Only a fraction away from making the A-list food chain and fulfilling his promises, Finian needs help from the paparazzi to push his next ‘bad boy of Hollywood’ escapade into the limelight. Problem is he’s in the Canadian Muskokas and the only photographer he’d consider partnering with slaps him every time he deserves it—which is increasingly often as he becomes more desperate.
Will Hailey and Finian give in to the easy way out of their problems, or will discover how alike they truly are when they hit the tabloids—together?
This is the first book in the Summer Sisters beach read contemporary romance series.
Grab your copy of Love and Rumors while it’s FREE! Link: http://amzn.to/1oMKQXT
Happy New Year! All the best to you and yours in 2015.
P.S. Love and Rumors & book 2, Love and Dreams, are both available in the Kindle Unlimited program for a limited time–you can snag the books on KU as well.
P.P.S. Want to see Love and Dreams‘s new cover too? Here it is:
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