been showing her face all over the blogsphere and it’s been tremendous fun!
LaSala’s blog I was interviewed and asked questions about my books and my
blog, so if there is anything you want to know about me then head on over for a
Funke allowed me to spotlight Misanthrope and there is a HUGE picture of me
(ugh!) so be warned. On Monique
McDonell’s blog I wrote an article called Chick Lit in all its Sub-Genre Glory, and we talk about the many
sub-genre’s in romance and how DIFFERENT they are.
Cooley’s blog Misanthrope is spotlighted again with a short excerpt. The
excerpt is when Valerie, my character, realises she fancies Lex Kendal, but she
daren’t get into a relationship with him and so wants the next best thing—a one
James Jones’ blog I wrote an article titled: Can men ever be REAL men in women’s romance? Well can they? Head on
over to see what that’s all about. Isabella
Louise Anderson allowed me to post the entire first chapter so you might
want to check that out before purchasing, or jump to Cindy
Roesel’s blog for her review on Misanthrope. It says it all really.
Valerie Anthrope learned, from a young age, to hold tight to her emotions. Her days are spent keeping people at arm’s length while she has conceded her nights will be forever haunted by disturbing dreams.
Her life isn’t prepared for the bubbly and assertive Ellen, who believes she’s been put on this earth to help everyone she encounters. Ellen introduces Valerie to the sexy, but equally upbeat, playboy Lex Kendal.
Valerie’s not interested. Lex is and pursues Valerie. Then Valerie’s dreams become more sinister until, finally, she learns why.
A modern Cinderella with Valerie’s emotions playing the ugly sisters, Ellen enacting the fairy godmother, Lex Kendal playing a flirty Prince Charming and instead of a glass slipper, furry Boots.
Can Lex win her before her dreams take control AKA midnight?