Archive | October, 2013

Author Interview – Joanne Tailele

Here’s a special treat for you this week prior to Halloween: A Freaky Friday author interview swap! Today I am happy to welcome fellow Women’s Fiction author Joanne Tailele to my blog…and simultaneously, she has me visiting over on her Writing Under Fire Blog today! Jessica: Hi Joanne! When did you first know you wanted […]

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Deleted Scene, Three – Adrian

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post about connecting with readers, several have come forward to tell me how much they love Adrian but wished Louder Than Love had contained scenes from his point of view. I am happily able to report that there were a few takes from Adrian’s POV in the first draft that […]

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A Day in the Month in the Life

A day in the month in the life of a debut digital-first author: Wake up and check email for new Authorgraph requests. Giggle because it never gets old signing your name digitally, groan because it looks like your handwriting from second grade. Visit Amazon Author Central. Try to make sense of their algorithm and what […]

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Free Love!

Yep, I’m talking Free Love… Free LOUDER THAN LOVE, that is! Go check out HEAs Are Us and their great giveaway, going on now! The reviewers over there helped celebrate my debut release with a stellar review and Q&A, and now they are sharing their love of LOUDER THAN LOVE by giving away e-copies to […]

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Deleted Scene, Two – Adrian

It’s a lazy, rainy Saturday morning here at Blogging on the Brink – a perfect time to cuddle up with Adrian Graves, my hero in Louder Than Love. As promised, here is another deleted scene from Adrian’s POV.  It takes place after the ‘dinner with a side of epinephrine’ episode. As Kat ponders why her answering […]

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Book Hangover – is there a cure?

I love that readers have been commenting about Louder Than Love giving them a “book hangover” – that pillar of reference, Urban Dictionary, defines a book hangover as “When you’ve finished a book and you suddenly return to the real world, but the real world feels incomplete or surreal because you’re still living in the […]

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