Monday, October 31, 2011
Recommend Monday and Happy Halloween!
Good Monday All!
Did you have a fun-filled weekend? Go to any Halloween parties? I haven't been to a Halloween party in years but that used to be a tradition for hubby and me. It would usually take me about ten minutes to get ready; hubby could take hours. I always went for comfort and he liked to go for the squeals and chills. Tonight we're expecting all sorts of little ghouls and cute goblins to come by. Now, our Halloween tradition is for me to corral the fur kids and keep them occupied while hubby doles out the candy. Do you have any fun Halloween traditions or stories?
No new recommendations from me this week. I spent most of last week writing but I'm getting the yen to do some major reading and rereading. Here's what I have planned: Ain't She Sweet by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Snapped by Laura Griffin, After the Night by Linda Howard, Open Season by Linda Howard, If You Hear Her by Shiloh Walker, Hide From Evil by Jamie Alden and...(This is your cue to make a recommendation!)
So what should I read along with these fabulous books? And what other great books are you recommending this week?
Hope everyone has a marvelous Monday and if you or your kiddies are out and about tonight, have fun and stay safe!
Friday, October 28, 2011
USA Today Review on Happily Ever After blog
Jumping on real quick to share a fabulous review of SWEET JUSTICE over on the USA Today HEA blog. Hope you'll drop by and comment!
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Welcome Carla Swafford!
Why I Like To Write Romances Especially Hot Ones?
You probably can’t believe this but there are people out there who hate romance books. And to make it worse, a lot of those people are women. Yeah. Weird, isn’t it? I have a hard time understanding it too.
Considering women are naturally emotional creatures (duh!), and the best romances are filled to the brim with all kinds of feelings, you would think all of us would love them.
To me, romances have so much going for them along with all the mushy stuff. First and foremost, they guarantee you a happy ending. Then they offer numerous genres such as general contemporary, historical, suspense, paranormal, fantasy, science fiction, young adult (aww! puppy love) and the newest, horror. Yep. You read it right. The slasher, chill ‘em, thrill ‘em with blood and gore type. Hey, I don’t write it. I merely report it.
Now when it comes to my preferred reading material, I want them to be hot. It can be one of the first six above, but they need to be scorching with no bedroom door shut. I do read some young adult, but please leave the sex out. Even though they have the word adult in their genre description, most of the characters are younger than eighteen. The heavy kissing and petting can get a little steamy and that’s okay. Normal teenager stuff.
So when it came to writing my own book, it made sense I would write hot. I love reading a book where the hero and heroine have a hard time keeping their hands to themselves. I love how they have a problem thinking about anything but each other. When they finally get together, it’s so explosive, that the pages become singed by their lovemaking. Though they may call it having sex or by some other provocative word, we know what’s going to happen. It will be making love by the end of the book.
That’s what happens to Collin in the beginning of Circle of Desire. He has to pat down Olivia, check her for a locator beneath her skin. And for him to do that, she must be naked. He finds he can’t control his hands, and her enthusiastic reaction is a big turn on for him. Before he knows it, he … wait! You have to read the book. I will say that he’s a gentleman and keeps his clothes on. I do love to torment others with little teasing tidbits.
What I like best about that scene is that later you find out Collin is all about controlling his emotions. And every time Olivia is nearby, he’s so turned on, he’s nearly helpless. So he tries to twist the attraction into a means to manipulate her. But as time goes by, you can’t help but wonder if it didn’t backfire.
So to answer the question in the title of this post, I like them hot because it heightens not only the passionate love scenes, but all the emotions between the hero and heroine throughout the book.
So what are some of your favorite hot books?
Comment for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card or one of three $10 Barnes and Noble gift cards that Carla is giving away during her blog tour this week. Winner will be announced tonight at 8:00 PM (CST).
Monday, October 24, 2011
Good Monday Everyone!
Did you have a wonderful weekend? Do anything fun and exciting? Read anything fabulous? If so, this is the place to be. Share with us!
Last week was a good one for me. Finally got a good grasp on my new characters, managing to finish a synopsis and a chapter. I know I've been teasing you all with this but until details are ironed out, I can't tell you very much about it. However, I can share that though it is quite different from the Last Chance Rescue series, the books are definitely romantic suspense involving strong, resilient characters, evil, devious villains and sigh-worthy heroes. In fact, I've already fallen in love with my hero! (:
Thanks to all those who have emailed me or sent me messages on Facebook and Twitter about the SWEET books. I'm thrilled to know that so many of you have enjoyed SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE. And I'm just as thrilled that you're looking forward to SWEET REWARD. I'll be sharing an excerpt with you soon, so stay tuned for that!
Today, Mr. Reece and I are celebrating our 24th wedding anniversary! It's a gorgeous fall day here--perfect for going outside and having fun. And you know when I celebrate, I love to have a giveaway, so one of today's commenters will win a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE! I'll announce the winner tomorrow morning.
I'm in the process of reading Carla Swafford's Circle of Desire. Wow! Really enjoying it. Dark, gritty and very sexy. In fact, Carla will be here tomorrow talking about her book and why she loves writing steamy. Be sure to drop by and chat with her. She's a wonderfully warm person with a great sense of humor. Oh, and there's a giveaway, too!
Okay, I'm headed out for a day of fun and celebration. Looking forward to reading your recommendations. There have been lots of fabulous releases over the last few weeks and several tomorrow, so there's definitely a bookstore visit in my future!
Hope everyone has a marvelous Monday. And see you back here tomorrow for a visit with Carla Swafford!
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Hope your weekend has started off on a good note! Just wanted to let you know that I'm over at RomCon today chatting about SWEET REVENGE. There's an excerpt and a giveaway! Come on over and comment for a chance to win a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE.
Have a great weekend!
Monday, October 17, 2011
Good Monday All!
Did you have a great weekend? Do anything special and fun? Read anything fabulous? If so, this is your place to share!
Thanks so much to those who stopped by and celebrated SWEETest day with me by naming your favorite LCR heroine. I loved learning your favorite and why you love her. Looks like Eden St. Claire, from RESCUE ME, won the top spot, but Honor Stone, from SWEET JUSTICE, was a close second. Samara, from RETURN TO ME, McKenna from LAST CHANCE and Jamie, from SWEET REVENGE, tied for third place. I love all of my heroines equally and I'm so glad I didn't have to pick just one! (:
Congrats to Crystal Fulcher for winning the SWEETest Day prize of a signed copy of SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE and a $10 Barnes and Noble gift card. Crystal, please email me at email@example.com with your mailing information.
My weekend was extra SWEET! I had the honor of signing books alongside the fabulous Jennifer Echols who writes wonderful young adult romances. We had a great turnout at Books-A-Million. For those of you who were able to come, thank you!
Last week I spent hours and hours agonizing over a synopsis. When talking to an author, if you wait long enough, you'll probably hear at some point how much most of us hate synopses. Limiting a 100,000-word manuscript to a few pages of description can be incredibly painful. Writers often angst over a word choices for an entire book but I think it must be a thousand times worse for a synopsis since there's so little space to work with. When it comes to writing the book, a synopsis has often been my best friend. However, it's painful until I can get it right. This week, I will continue with it and hope to write a chapter too. Big plans! Wish me luck!
No new recommends for me this week. Haven't had a lot of time for reading but am looking forward to seeing what you all are recommending. There's always room on my TBR list for your recommends.
I'll jump back on later on in the week and chat a while. For now, I'm headed back to my writing cave. It's time for me to kick this synopsis' butt!
Have a spectacular Monday!
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Happy SWEETest Day! (For some reason, I feel the need to add Y'all to that greeting)
What is SWEETest Day? Good question. I’ve never observed it before. Have you?
Here’s what I copied from Wikepedia:
Sweetest Day is an observance celebrated primarily in the Great Lakes region, and parts of the Northeast United States, on the third Saturday in October. It is described by Retail Confectioners International as an "occasion which offers all of us an opportunity to remember husbands, boyfriends,the sick, aged and orphaned, but also friends, relatives and associates whose helpfulness and kindness we have enjoyed." Sweetest Day has also been referred to as a "concocted promotion" created by the candy industry solely to increase sales of sweets.
I kind of believe the second definition/explanation, but really like the first one. So either way, it’s SWEETest Day!
Today, I’m using it to celebrate the SWEET trilogy! And when I celebrate, I always want to give something away. So there’s the deal, for a chance to win a signed copy of both SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE and a $10 Barnes and Noble gift card, name your favorite LCR heroine and why you love her.
I’ll collect comments all weekend and will announce the winner on Recommend Monday.
Have a great SWEETest day, everyone!
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Hope you're having a good week. It's a beautiful fall day here in Bama and I'm considering taking my laptop and working outside. Our trees are finally changing and the colors are gorgeous.
I mentioned on Monday that I was going to review the giveaways I've had over the last month to make sure I had everyone's information. I was able to get what I need except for two winners.
J Barrett won on September 20, Day 14 - A Secret Affair by Mary Balogh
Johanna J won on September 27, Day 23 - Heartache Falls by Emily March
Ladies, if you'll email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address, I'll send your book to you. If I don't hear from you within the next week, I'll add this to some other giveaways. I would love to give you the book you won though, so hopefully you'll send me your information.
This Saturday morning, from 10:00 - 12:00, I'm going to be at the Brook Highlands Books-A-Million, in Birmingham, off of Highway 280. I'll be signing both SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE. If you're in the area, would love for you to stop by. I will have chocolate, too!
Also Saturday is SWEETest day. Anyone ever observe this day? I never have but with the SWEET books, it just seems very appropriate to do something special that day. Be sure to stop by the blog Saturday morning for your chance to win something SWEET!
I've received several wonderful emails this week and I thank you so much for them. I love hearing how much readers are enjoying the first two SWEET books. I've been preoccupied with developing this new idea, but I'll answer all emails soon. Promise!
Okay, I'm headed outside to commune with nature and hopefully my characters! Hope everyone has a fabulous weekend. Be sure to read something good so you can come back on Recommend Monday and tell us about it.
Have a great Thursday!
Monday, October 10, 2011
Good Monday All!
Hope you had a great weekend. Mine was filled with football, writing and reading. Needless to say, it was a very good weekend!
The last few weeks have been so hectic and wild, getting back to a regular Recommend Monday feels odd. With both SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE on shelves, life has slowed down and I'm having trouble putting on the brakes. When we get closer to the end of October, I'll add an excerpt for SWEET REWARD to my website. If you're hungry for a sneak peek, the first chapter of SWEET REWARD in in the back of SWEET REVENGE, giving you a good glimpse of both Jared and Mia. I love these two characters and hope you will, too.
I want to take a minute and say a giant THANK YOU to all those who have emailed me or sent messages via Facebook and Twitter of how much you've enjoyed SWEET JUSTICE and SWEET REVENGE. Hearing from readers is one of the very best REWARDs of being a published author. I'm thrilled that Honor and Seth and Dylan and Jamie have become some of your favorite LCR characters. I'm quite fond of them too. (:
I'm in the midst of writing something new and I really hope to be able to share something with you soon. Since I'm still in the development stage, I'm going offline for the next few days and hitting it hard. If you need to get in touch with me, email me at email@example.com or message me on Facebook. I'll get back with you as soon as I come up for air.
Also, several of you who won prizes over the last couple of weeks haven't contacted me with your mailing address. I'm going to take some time this week and see which prizes I still have in my office and I'll post a list of those I need to hear from.
I mentioned that I did some reading over the weekend and I'm excited to be able to give a recommendation. I was fortunate to read an advance copy of Jessica Scott's debut ebook, BECAUSE OF YOU. It was fabulous! Gritty, realistic, sweet, heart wrenching and romantic. In a word--unforgettable. The ebook releases on November 14 and is up for pre-order. If you love military romances, you're going to love this one. And Jessica's background--she's a company commander in the army--makes the book feel all the more authentic. Here's the link to her Amazon page:
Okay, I'm headed back into my writing cave with hopes that these new characters running around in my head come out and chat with me. Wish me luck!
Can't wait to see what you're recommending this week. Lots of great books out there!
Have a great week!
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Interview at USA Today Happy Ever After blog
Hope you're having a relaxing and wonderful weekend. I'm popping in for just a sec to ask you to go over and check out the interview Joyce Lamb did with me for the Happy Ever After blog she talked about yesterday. I'm so excited about all the good press the romance world will receive from this new blog. Would love to have you come over and say hey on my interview or comment on the other blogs that are already up.
Be sure to come back on Monday for our regular Recommend Monday blog. I believe I'll have a recommendation you're going to love!
Have a safe, fun weekend and happy reading!
Friday, October 7, 2011
Welcome Joyce Lamb!!!
Thank you SO much for having me today!!! It’s a good day for romance, in my humble opinion. That’s because over at usatoday.com, there’s a brand-new blog devoted to the love of romance novels, the readers who read them and the writers who write them.
Happy Ever After will run lots and lots of book reviews, author interviews and other fun stuff. You can expect to see Christy’s name mentioned there a lot, too, cuz she just happens to be one of my favorite authors of ALL time. Not exaggerating.
I’m happy to report, too, that the woman in charge of this new blog is an award-winning romance novelist herself. That’s some pretty decent street cred, don’t you think? Oh, and that woman is me. : ) The best part is that we can all now be assured that this blog is about romance novel LOVE. No haters or "bodice ripper" rhetoric allowed.
Here’s a taste of what you’ll find at HEA:
Today, there’s an interview with Lavinia Kent, author of the new Regency romance WHAT A DUKE WANTS. Sample question:
HEA: What's the most interesting thing you've learned about the Regency period that you didn't already know?
Lavinia: “Much of what I found interesting was learning what didn’t happen. There is no evidence that dance cards existed during the Regency, or that heroines ever dampened their skirts to make them cling.”
She also talks about her love of the TV shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Real Housewives of New York, as well as other Housewives shows. It’s pretty entertaining, if I do say so myself. A review of WHAT A DUKE WANTS will appear at HEA next week.
You’ll also find a review today of this summer’s RITA award-winning Jill Shalvis’ new ANIMAL ATTRACTION. Review snippet: Jill’s “Animal series is a fun, light romantic read. Definitely a good way to spend a few hours with some sexy characters.” If you haven’t seen the cover of this book, prepare for an “ooohhh” and an “awwww.” An interview with Jill will run next week.
Later today, HEA will talk with Christy. Yes, Christy!!! And next week, we’ll run a review of her SWEET JUSTICE, followed shortly by a review of SWEET REVENGE. It’s going to be, well, SWEET.
There’ll also be a review today of the new paranormal romance by Virna DePaul, CHOSEN BY FATE. You do NOT want to miss this book. It’s complex, it’s gritty and it’s un-put-downable. An interview with Virna will follow next week.
Other author interviews and book reviews coming up in the next few weeks: Erin Quinn (HAUNTING EMBRACE), Jane Graves (HEARTSTRINGS AND DIAMOND RINGS), Ann Christopher (DEADLY DESIRES), Mariah Stewart (HOMETOWN GIRL), Shawn Lane (DEVOTEDLY HIS), Keri Arthur (DARKNESS UNBOUND), Desiree Holt (BEDROOM EYES) and Jenny B. Jones (THERE YOU’LL FIND ME) -- and that’s just in the next few weeks.
HEA has many, many more interviews and reviews on tap, such as a review of ANGEL OF DARKNESS by Cynthia Eden, HEART OF A KILLER by Jaci Burton, ALL THAT REMAINS by Janice Kay Davidson, READY FOR LOVE by Gwyneth Bolton, THE BAKER'S WIFE by Erin Healy and ... well, I could go on, but I'm sure you're eager to hop over to HEA to say hi. But before you go, you can leave a comment here and I'll choose two random commenters to win the first book in my True trilogy, TRUE VISION. Please remember to leave your e-mail address!
When you're done with that, here's where to find Happy Ever After: http://bit.ly/ouV32w. And you can find out more about the street cred of HEA’s mistress (that’s me!) at JoyceWrites.com.
Let the romance novel love begin.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Two SWEET Chances to Chat!
Good Thursday Everyone!
Hope you're having a stupendous week. I'm still feeling a bit hung over after all the partying here on Tuesday but yesterday I did some writing, which helped to unclutter my brain!
I'm at two places today talking about the SWEET
books. Marie Force's blog, Romance and Oreos is featuring SWEET JUSTICE. Come on over and chat about Seth, Honor and the uber-evil Alden Pike. I'm giving away two copies of SWEET JUSTICE
! Here's the link: http://mariesullivanforce.blogspot.com/
Also today, I'm over at the Romance at Random website talking about unsinkable heroines and SWEET REVENGE. Come on by and comment for a chance to win a book! Here's the link:
Joyce Lamb was scheduled to be here today to blog and make an exciting announcement for all romance readers but we're delaying it one more day. Be sure to stop in tomorrow and chat with Joyce. Not only is she a fabulous romantic suspense author, she has an exciting day job you'll want to hear more about. And she's giving away two copies of her fabulous books!
Also, be sure to come back on Monday for our regular Recommend Monday.
Have a fantastic day everyone. Hope to see many of you on the R&O and Romance at Random sites!
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
SWEET REVENGE Release Day Party (Part Five)
Hey All! Hope you've enjoyed the SWEET REVENGE release day party as much as I have. It's my sincerest hope that when you get the chance to read SWEET REVENGE, you fall in love with Dylan and Jamie, too.
Now, for the final prize. Due to its size, it will have to be sent media mail, so I'm limiting the winner to US residents only.
The prize includes:
$25 Barnes and Noble or Amazon gift card (winners choice)
A box of books, hard back and paperback, including several from NYT bestselling authors
Two Last Chance Rescue books of your choice
Here's the quiz:
Name the one person, according to Noah, that Last Chance Rescue could not live without.
Ready. Set. Post!
SWEET REVENGE Release Day Party (Part Four)
Welcome back to the party! Congrats to Anne for winning the 2:00 prize!
Since I'm running behind on time, I'm going to make this question as easy as the last one. The first person who answers correctly wins a signed LCR book of your choice and a $10 Amazon gift card.
Name the man who was holding Jamie hostage. (Answer is on the back cover blurb)
Ready. Set. Post!
SWEET REVENGE Release Day Party (Part Three)
Congrats to Spav for winning the 12:00 prize!
Now, let's go for an easy win.
The first person to answer this question correctly wins a $10 Barnes and Noble gift card and a signed LCR book of your choice:
Name the young man (first name is fine) that left the door unlocked so Dylan could rescue Jamie.
Ready. Set. Post!
SWEET REVENGE Release Day Party (Part Two)
Thank you all for the good wishes here, on Facebook, Twitter and your emails. As I've said numerous times before, I have the kindest readers ever!
Congrats to Angela for winning the first SWEET REVENGE prize! And there are lots more to be had. Though I'll continue to have quizzes for the contests, be aware that all the answers can be found in the excerpts either on my website or the Random House, Amazon and Barnes and Noble websites.
Here are those links:
Now, for some more SWEET REVENGE fun and a chance to win a signed copy of any LCR book of your choice and a $10 Barnes and Noble gift card, be the first commenter to answer this question correctly:
What were the VERY FIRST WORDS Jamie said to Dylan when he came to rescue her?
Ready. Set. Post!
SWEET REVENGE is here!!!
Happy Release Day to Dylan and Jamie! I can't tell you how excited I am about SWEET REVENGE. Writing this book was a labor of love for me. No characters have intrigued me, frustrated me and enthralled me as much as these two. I hope you enjoy their adventures and that SWEET REVENGE becomes one of your favorite LCR books.
I'll be having giveaways every other hour until 6:00 PM (CST). (10:00, 12:00, 2:00, 4:00, 6:00) That's 5 chances for you to win--one win per person.
To get this party started, we're going to do a fun, fast, easy quiz. The first person who comments with the correct answer wins a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE and a $25 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. (winner's choice)
So here's your quiz:
Name Jamie's sister
Ready. Set. Post!
Monday, October 3, 2011
Recommend Monday and SWEET Giveaway Day Twenty-seven!
Good Monday All!
Hope you had a good weekend. Did you do anything fabulously fun or read anything so fantastic that you can't wait to share the news? If so, this is the place to be and we want to hear from you!
Thanks to everyone who stopped by yesterday and shared their favorite season. And congrats to Shelly E. for winning a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE. Shelly, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing info and I'll get the book out to you soon.
Hard to believe that SWEET REVENGE is almost here! Tomorrow is the official release day but since I stopped by several BAM stores yesterday and signed the stock, I know it's already out there. If you happen to see it on the bookshelf and have the chance, snap a photo for me and send it to me. I'll post it on my Facebook page. And btw, if you're not on my Facebook page, I'd love for you to come over. I post excerpts, book news, covers and chats there. Here's the link:
I'm gearing up for an exciting and busy week. I'll be here all day tomorrow for the SWEET REVENGE release day party. Lots of prizes, fun quizzes and a little LCR trivia. Be sure to come by for the celebration! Tomorrow night, I'm doing a call in for a book club and we'll be discussing SWEET JUSTICE and all the LCR books. Really looking forward to chatting with this group.
On Thursday, I'm over at two places. First, Marie Force's Romance and Oreo book club chose SWEET JUSTICE
as their book this week. (Thank you, Marie and Crystal!) I'll be chatting about Seth and Honor and the oh so evil Alden Pike. I'll also be giving away a couple of signed copies of SWEET JUSTICE
. Here's the link: http://mariesullivanforce.blogspot.com/
Also on Thursday, I'll be chatting at the Romance at Random website about unsinkable heroines, which is how I viewed Jamie Kendrick in SWEET REVENGE. Hope you can come by and chat! Here's that link:
Additionally, one of my favorite authors and people, Joyce Lamb, will be on this blog on Thursday, chatting about her writing, plus she's giving away a couple of her fantastic books. You don't want to miss this!
Since this is Recommend Monday, along with the last day of the SWEET
giveaways, it seems only right that I'm giving a SWEET
recommendation that I got from Recommend Monday. Thanks to Anne for recommending it and then Mary G for reinforcing it, I downloaded and finally read The Sweet Gum Tree by Katharine Allred. All I can say is Oh. My. Gosh. I can't believe it took me so long to read such a fabulous book. So many things in this wonderful story resonated with me. Ms. Allred describes southern living perfectly--the family dynamics, the small town mentality and the absolute joy of living in the south were all there. But what I really loved were the characters. Alix and Nick were written so realistically. You know when a book makes you cry on one page, laugh on the next page, want to shout at a character on the next page and then want to hug that same character on the next page, you have got a great book. I highly recommend this book but will warn you of two things. It is told in first person which is not my favorite kind of read but I got so caught up in the book, that it bothered me for all of one sentence and then I was lost in the story. Second, you need to schedule time to read this book. Not because it's long but because once you start reading it, you won't want to put it down. It is that good! And to make this book even more enticing, if you have a Kindle, the book is on sale for $1.49. What a SWEET
deal! Here's the link at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/The-Sweet-Gum-Tree-ebook/dp/B003370K3Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1317656040&sr=1-1
And with that SWEET recommendation, I'm going to give away a very SWEET prize. A signed copy of any LCR book and that also includes SWEET REWARD. (Beware that I won't have copies of SWEET REWARD until late November, but if you win, you'll get the first copy). For a chance to win, all you have to do is give a book recommendation. I'll announce the winner tomorrow before we get started on the SWEET REVENGE release day party.
Have a marvelous Monday, everyone. I hope you'll leave a recommendation today and then come back tomorrow for some SWEET release day fun!
Sunday, October 2, 2011
SWEET Giveaway Day Twenty-Six
Happy Sunday All!
I hope you're having a fabulous day and weekend. Mine has been busy but very nice. Thanks so much for all the comments the last two days on your favorite books when you were a kid. Brought back some great memories!
Congrats to Patty for winning a signed copy of SWEET JUSTICE and Ronlyn for winning a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE! Patty and Ronlyn, please send your mailing address to email@example.com and I'll get your book out to you soon.
This week will be a busy one for me. I'll be on a couple of blogs, I'm doing a call-in book club meeting and let's see, seems like I'm forgetting something,. Oh yeah, SWEET REVENGE is coming Tuesday! (As if I could forget Dylan and Jamie!) I actually just stopped on the way back from church and signed several copies at the Books-A-Million, so even though they're not out yet, they are in stores so be on the lookout!
I'll announce the specifics of all the activities this week on tomorrow's blog but I did want to call attention to one event that's going on now and will end some time today. SWEET JUSTICE received a great review from Long and Short Reviews and is now up for Book of the Week at the site. If you've got a couple of seconds to click onto to the site and vote for SWEET JUSTICE, that would be so SWEET! Here's the link:
Since I'm late with this blog and we're running short on time, I'm going to make this quick and SWEET. For a signed copy of SWEET REVENGE, what is your favorite season of the year? I'll collect comments and announce the winner on tomorrow's blog.
Have a SWEET Sunday All!