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Another Monday means another opportunity for me to share a couple of links to some of the interviews I did while on Visual Effects’ virtual book tour last month. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about me, my writing process and, of course, Visual Effects.
As promised, I’m sharing a couple more links to some of the interviews I did while on Visual Effects’ virtual book tour last month. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about me, my writing process and, of course, Visual Effects.
As I mentioned last week, Visual Effects has just come off its virtual book tour. I had stops at many different websites hosted by wonderful and generous authors. Each Monday in May I’ll post links to some of the interviews, in case you missed reading them the first time. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about me, my writing process and, of course, Visual Effects.
The cool thing about the Wild Women interview is that it’s with Drey Winston, the female character in Visual Effects. Whether you’ve already read the book or not, you might enjoy getting the facts from her perspective.
My newest book, Visual Effects, released on April 13th, and at that time I embarked on a three-week virtual book tour. Virtual tours are so much easier to do than real ones. You get to stay home, after all. Can even show up in your PJs, if you’re so inclined. It might be easier, but it does take time and effort, though, to come up with answers to the various interview questions, monitor the websites for comments, post about the events on Twitter and Facebook…
I’m not a fan of the many promotional aspects of the publishing business, and will probably never feel comfortable trying to sell my own work. But I am very grateful for the support of my fellow authors who gave me a spot on their websites, as well as those who tweeted and retweeted and shared and commented. It was wonderful and so appreciated.
The book tour has now come to an end, but throughout the month of May, I’ll post links to the various interviews, in case you missed reading them the first time. Some of the questions were tricky to answer, most were quite fun. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about me, my writing process and, of course, Visual Effects.
My fourth published book, Visual Effects, hits digital stands today. And, amazingly, my print copies hit my doorstep this morning. Usually I have a long weeks-to-months wait before I can hold my own book in my sweaty little hand, so kudos to The Wild Rose Press for getting my order out without delay.
Visual Effects blurb:
Drey Winston is a fierce competitor who enjoys challenging her mind and body. But when it comes to her heart—no one ever gets close enough to compete for it. Having grown up believing she was an unwanted burden to her parents, she prefers to keep her feelings well hidden. Just when her hard-fought goals are finally within reach, the audacious Jesse Devlin comes along to breach her carefully guarded defenses.
After a disastrous marriage early in life, Jesse Devlin prefers strings-free relationships. Confident and outgoing, he gets along well with women, but his natural charm can’t seem to penetrate Drey Winston’s aloofness. While attempting to win her over, he’s the one who ends up losing his heart.
Can this commitment-phobic bachelor convince the stubbornly independent woman he loves that his feelings—and hers—are the real deal?
I also came across a new review, so that makes two, so far. Both reviews are available to read on Goodreads. I’ve spent many an hour sending out requests for reviews, so hopefully I’ll soon have more to add to these two. I’ll post them on the ‘Links to reviews” tab as soon as I come across them.
I’ve updated the buy links on my book shelf tab, so if you’re interested, that’s where to go to make a purchase. And thank you for your support. It means the world.