Showing posts from September, 2018

Author Interview-Thea Dawson

Need a hot guy? Gentlemen, Inc. is here to serve.

Tired of being the "cute one" in a family of glamorous people, Annabelle Winter decides to hire a gorgeous man from the Gentlemen, Inc. Agency to be her date at a big family event. Just once, she wants to be the envy of every woman in the room.

And with Archer Carleson at her side, she is.

Archer, a struggling actor in Los Angeles, doesn't mind making a wallflower like Annabelle look good for an evening-he's getting paid, after all, and it's a chance to further hone his acting skills. But when he realizes that Annabelle's family could hold the key to his career, he decides to take their professional relationship to a personal level.

But his attempts to boost his career by charming Annabelle backfire when he begins to fall for her. Archer will have to decide which means more to him: Annabelle-or a shot at stardom.

Man of the Moment is the first book in a new contemporary romance series that revolves around Gentlemen…

Mariposa Interview-Coffee Time & Romance

"Above all, be the heroine of your own life, not the victim." Nora Ephron

Asking an author to reveal a favorite character is like asking a parent to name a favorite child. At the risk of making my other literary children jealous, I'm over at Coffee Time Romance & More chatting about my favorite heroine from Wedding Tango. Find out about the real heroines who inspired Moira Williams.

Author Interview-C.A. Phipps

Gillian Shaw
Nearly thirty, over-endowed with curves, and under-endowed with boyfriends, you could say that my life is not going to plan. Still hopelessly in love with my childhood friend and neighbor who only sees me as his best pal, it’s finally sinking in that if I want a happily ever after I’m going to have to look further afield. Which means putting my feelings for Jack behind me, no matter how much it hurts. 
Jack Larson  
I love Gill. Who wouldn’t? She’s cute, kind, funny and my side-kick since school. She’s suffered with me through my failed marriage and has become a second mom to my six-year-old daughter, so I like to make sure she’s okay. Only, life’s just started to get crazy. 
I’m pretty darn good at getting my point across in business, but how am I supposed to deal with Gill throwing herself away on the nerdy bank manager? I’m worried that I’ll lose her friendship if I tell her what I know, and worried that she’ll get hurt if I don’t. Then there’s this other worry. What if I’…

September 6th Read a Book Day

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies…The man who never reads lives only one.” George R.R. Martin
September 6th is Read a Book Day. Besides being a time machine and an affordable vacation from reality, a book can also improve memory, concentration and reduce stress.  According to a 2009 study by Sussex University researchers discovered reading may reduce stress by as much as 68%. So what are you waiting for?