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The Long Journey Pays Off

20 hour drive – 2 states – 2 days – Around 12,000 feet elevation.

Have you ever watch the movie “Smokey and The Bandit,” with Burt Reynolds? You know, the one where they have a long way to go and a short time to get there? LOL

Sally Fields as Carrie – “I’m goin’ I’m goin! I got the metal to the petal and the thing to the floor!”

This movie and the song that goes along with it kept playing in my head this past week. Especially on the way home! Vacation is fun, but there is nothing like your own bed.

We left a week ago, early Saturday morning and headed to Telluride,Colorado for our Spring Break vacation with the kids. The drive is always the hardest part, but getting to see the scenery change so drastically along the way is well worth it. From flat plains, to huge almost sculptured rocks jutting up from the ground in the middle of nowhere, to driving through rocky hills and then the breathtaking mountains the eyes are never bored. Grey dirt, red dirt, black dirt. Pine trees, oak trees, to no trees. LOL

My least favorite part of the entire trip would have to be driving up the side of the mountains on those sloped, winding roads with the icy road signs popping up every few feet. We’d go up and then down, around one side and then around the other. It felt very much like a roller coaster. I don’t do roller coasters anymore. Haven’t been on one since my first child was born. So as we make our way up, I kept wondering who in their right mind thought a metal guardrail was going to do anything to stop someone from plunging to their deaths. Really? How about a cement wall. Yeah, that might work. Or you could just close your eyes like me.  🙂

Telluride is now one of our favorite skiing spots, despite the fact it’s a little farther away and a lot harder to get to. The town is filled with great little shops that my girls and I visited several times over our stay and the neatest restaurants with the most mouth watering food you could ever imagine.  The ski slopes are perfect for all skiers regardless of experience. My 12 year old son, the dare devil extraordinaire, was skiing blacks before we left and totally wore his father out. LOL On one of our many bus rides around town, we found out from some of the locals that Tom Cruise owns a 2000 acre ranch complete with a motor cross track. Who knows, maybe I skied by or almost ran into (literally) Tom Cruise! You never know. 😉

We are already planning our next trip!

Have a favorite vacation spot you’d like to share? Do you like to fly or drive when traveling?

***ENLR is participating in the Luck ‘O The Irish Giveaway Hop. 

Today one lucky commenter will win an ebook copy of my latest release, “Target of Betrayal,” as well as a $10 I-Tunes gift card.  Check back Tuesday in the comments section of this post to see if you are a winner!  

And don’t forget to visit the blog each day during the blog hop! One of our lucky commenters will win the GRAND Prize! A $25 Gift Card.  Visit Everybody Needs a Little Romance and comment often for your chance to win!

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Romancing the Valentine

Romancing the Valentine Giveaway Hop

  

Welcome to my stop on the Romancing the Valentine Giveaway Blog Hop!! What a great way to discover great new blogs and pick up a few wonderful prizes along the way.

It’s that time of year again. Women everywhere are crossing their fingers and hoping their sweetheart will surprise them with a special token of their love and devotion.  Men everywhere, on the other hand, are cringing and shaking in their boots because they have no idea what their special lady really wants. LOL

For me, a box of chocolate and a few hours of peace is all it would take to make me smile. Flowers are pretty, but they die way too soon. Sparkly bling is always nice, but not needed and ends up left in its box until I have a special occasion to wear it.  Call me sad or call me easy, I just love spending time with hubby and remembering all the wonderful things we’ve shared together. 21 years and we have lots of memories to occupy our time. LOL

 

For this blog hop, I’m giving away a FREE e-book copy of my new release, Target of Betrayal, to one lucky commenter.  All you have to do to enter, is share a sweet Valentine memory that still makes you smile even today. 

This giveaway runs through February 13th.

 

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Kathleen Landon thought her life would finally get back to normal after the bizarre death of her husband. But a “chance” meeting with an old boyfriend throws her and her family on a dangerous and emotional journey full of secrets and betrayal. Her husband’s death wasn’t an accident, but an attempt to cover up a horrendous crime spree being operated by a traitor inside the FBI. Now she and her children are running from a cold-blooded killer. Can she trust the U.S. Marshal sworn to protect them? Or is he using her as bait to capture her husband’s killer?

David Thomas worked for the FBI for over ten years before storming out of the office of his superior and telling him where to stick his accusations. Now David has joined the U.S. Marshal’s Special Operations Division. He is working to expose an informant hiding in the FBI ranks. David is the perfect man for the job. A man riddled with guilt. His decision cost a friend his life and David is determined to protect the family left behind. What he doesn’t count on– is falling in love.

**This is the second novel in the Trilogy dealing with human trafficking. Be sure to check out “Faithful Deceptions” and the short story prequel “Shattered Souls of Innocence.”

From the Inside Flap

Kathleen froze. Her entire front yard crawled with policemen like some kind of murder investigation scene. Void of nothing but the yellow tape and dead body. Oh, hell. At least she hoped the last part was true.

“Ma’am, can we come in?” She stared Marshal Thomas down as the nausea in her stomach gained strength.

“I-I remember you. But, what are you doing here? At my house?” She cringed at her pathetic response and cleared her throat. “You never identified yourself as a U.S. Marshal.” As her gaze dropped nervously from his stone cold brown eyes to his stern mouth, a jolt of electricity sparked through her veins. His lips were anything but cold. Generously sculpted, even stretched into a thin foreboding line, they’d never pass as cold. With a quick breath, she darted her attention back to his eyes.

“If you’ll let us in, we’ll explain.”

“This can’t possibly be standard procedure for a prowler,” she said, avoiding his request and waving a hand toward the commotion in her yard.

“No, ma’am. I’m afraid not.” With what could only be interpreted as a grunt, he reached into the breast pocket of his jacket and removed a black leather billfold, flipping it open to reveal his ID.

Kathleen’s eyes adhered to the object in his hand like sticky tack on the wall. There in vivid color was a picture of the breathtaking man now standing in her doorway, along with a badge confirming his identity. She couldn’t inhale. Reality sank in for the first time in hours. Things were about to get worse. She felt the sting as if someone slapped her across the face.

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Please Welcome Adrienne Giordano!

Hey all! Please welcome long time friend, Adrienne Giodano to the blog!

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Tomorrow is September 16th. Yep. Sure is. And for the last eight years I have dreaded that day. If my father were still alive he’d be celebrating his birthday tomorrow and it, unfortunately, reminds me of all the things I no longer have with him. I don’t have my phone calls to him. I don’t have him as a backseat driver telling me I missed three pot holes and, since I’d hit all the other ones, I’d better go back and get the ones I missed. I don’t have the nutty stories that he told over and over, but somehow got funnier each time. Worse than losing those things though is the fact that my son will grow up without his grandfather. So, for me, September 16th hasn’t been a happy day in a long while.

That all changed on September 16th, 2010 at 3:06 in the afternoon. On what would have been my father’s 80th birthday, Angela James from Carina Press called to tell me Carina wanted to acquire my romantic suspense Man Law. After years of chasing a publishing contract, I received what we writers know as THE CALL. That call led to the sale of the three other books in the series.

For me, there was a certain magic that came with receiving THE CALL. At the time, I’d hit a bad patch where the journey to getting published felt too hard, too emotionally draining. I’d even considered giving up.

Quitting.

Just walking away from all the ups and downs of this crazy, exhilarating business. The problem? Well, I’ve been taught to be strong and never give up a fight. However many times I tried to walk away from writing, the lure of a story always brought me back.

Plus, if I had to spend the rest of my life wondering what would have happened if I hadn’t quit, I’d have found a tall building and thrown myself out a window. The window didn’t seem like a great option.

Fast forward one year and I can tell you it’s been a wild year. In the past six months I’ve gone through nine rounds of edits (three rounds for each book) that equaled a grand total of 1,055,116 words. Yes, I counted them.

I’m weird that way. Throw in all the marketing that needs to be done and it turned into quite a busy year. Looking back, I wish I’d carved out the time to record every lesson I’ve learned. There were so many.

There is one thing I know for sure though. What is that one thing? It’s pretty big, so get ready. Here it is: I now have September 16th back. I have done it, people. I have wrestled September 16th out of grief’s filthy, paralyzing grip and reclaimed it as a happy day.
Somehow, on September 16, 2010, my father sent me a gift on his birthday. Not only did he send me a publishing contract, he gave me the ability to enjoy his birthday again. And that is not only freeing, but something I will always be grateful for.

So, to my father I say, thank you, happy birthday and what am I getting this year?

Readers, do you have a day you hate and would like to reclaim as a happy one? Leave a comment for a chance to win Man Law, the first release in the Private Protectors series.

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Adrienne Giordano writes romantic suspense and women’s fiction.  She is a Jersey girl at heart, but now lives in the Midwest with her work-a-holic husband, sports obsessed son and Buddy the Wheaten Terrorist (Terrier). She is a co-founder of Romance University blog. A Just Deception, book two in the Private Protectors series is available from Carina Press. Risking Trust, book three in the series will be available on November 7, 2011. For more information please visit www.AdrienneGiordano.com. Adrienne can be found on Twitter and Facebook.

Adrienne’s books available at:

Carina Press  /  Amazon  /  Barnes and Noble

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Shameless Promotion – Am I Doing This Right?

Good morning!  Hope everyone had a very special day celebrating Father’s Day! 🙂

This marketing and promotion stuff is still so foreign to me.  I’m coming to the conclusion there is just no possible way to learn every avenue available.  I guess that’s really a good sign though.  I mean, if something doesn’t work, there will always be something new or different to try.  It all boils down to this one fact.  If we want our book to sell and sell well, we must get the book noticed.  But this is where it gets real tricky.  We have to be so careful how and where we try to post that promotional information.  I’ve seen some really brutal comments going back and forth over Shameless Promotion.  There really should be some kind of rule book out there to keep everyone happy.  I’ll let you know if I ever come across one.  All I can say at this point is tread lightly.

I do hope you won’t mind if I share my excitement with you.   So much is going on my head’s spinning. LOL  But “It’s all good” as my dear mom says.

My first book “Faithful Deceptions” is being highlighted this week on Marketing Tips for Authors .  Those who leave a comment will be entered into a drawing to win a free Kindle copy of the book.  This is a great blog to follow.  I’ve found an endless amount of helpful information here.

Faithful Deceptions is also The Book of the Day over at E-Readers News Today . All liking, tweeting and sharing will be greatly appreciated.

And if you’d like to read something a bit shorter, my short story prequel “Shattered Souls of Innocence” is now available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble for $.99 cents.

Love for you to stop by, say hello and share if you’d like.  I’ve got a $10.00 I-tunes gift card I’m just dying to give away.  Writing to music is a must for me.  Just post a comment here on this blog letting me know how you spread the love as well as a way I can contact you if you win.  🙂

Thanks a ton in advance and Have a Marvelous Monday!

Sandra Edwards – Incredible Dreams Blog Tour and K3 Giveaway

First, I hope everyone is having a Wonderful Memorial Day!  A Huge Thank YOU to all the men and women who have served or are serving our great country!!  Without you there would be no Freedom!

 

Today we have the pleasure of having Award-Winning Author Sandra Edwards on our blog as the last stop on her Incredible Dreams Kindle 3 Giveaway tour.  Sandra is giving away a Kindle 3 with a great starter library to one lucky individual who’s been following the blog tour and comes up with all the right answers for said author’s virtual scavenger hunt. 

Find out more here: Sandra Edwards 

 

Welcome Sandra!

In the final stop on the Incredible Dreams Blog Tour & K3 Giveaway, I’d like to thank everyone who’s followed the tour this month and buying books. And with that, we’ll get straight to the final questions:

1.  What is the name of the hero in The Source of Magic? – Find the answer at:  http://CateRowan.com/blog/

2.  Sandra Edwards has had three books named “Top Picks” at The Romance Reviews. Name them. – Find the answer at: http://sandrawrites.com

Please note: all questions featured over the course of the tour will be posted at my website on May 31st. And don’t forget, you have until midnight, June 1st to send in answers for all the questions. Answers should be sent to my email address: sandra1(at)sandrawrites(dot)com. Thanks so much for joining me on this blog tour/giveaway. It’s been a blast!

C.C. Hunter – Our Guest!

Yeah! Young Adult author C.C. Hunter is joining us today!  Let’s give her a warm welcome.  🙂 C.C. is a fellow chapter mate who also writes humorous romantic suspense under her real name, Christie Craig.  “Born at Midnight” is her first book in the Shadow Falls Series, a Young Adult paranormal romance, which will be out March 29th.

  BONUS:  Be sure to leave a comment!

**One lucky commenter will win a copy of her book!  

So let’s get started! 

Could you tell us a little about Born at Midnight? 

C.C.:  I’d love to!  Born at Midnight is my debut YA paranormal and the first book in the Shadow Falls series.  It’s really a coming of age story about a young girl trying to discover who she is and how she’ll fit into the world.  Of course, she also just learns that there’s more to this world than she thought.   Below is a short summery of the book. 

The book is about sixteen-year-old Kylie Galen who’s had a lot of crap tossed in her lap lately.  Her parents are getting a divorce for who the heck knows why. Her boyfriend broke up with her because she wouldn’t put out. And her grandmother died because . . . well, older people do that. But now, Kylie’s acquired a stalker and she hasn’t a clue what he wants or how to get rid of him . . . and she really wants to get rid of him because apparently she’s the only one who sees him. Thinking she may be losing it, her parents send her off to see a psychologist who gets Kylie sent to Shadow Falls Camp. Kylie and her parents think it’s a camp for troubled teens. 

They thought wrong. 

Kylie’s surrounded by vampires, werewolves, fairies, witches and shapeshifters. And if she believes what they tell her, she’s one of them. They’re just not sure exactly how she fits in. And her stalker?  Well, he’s really a ghost, and he needs her help.  As Kylie struggles to cope with the realization that these creatures even exist, and the fact that she might not be human, she’s got two hot guys, a werewolf and a half-fairy, vying for her attention. And they can just keep vying. Kylie’s determined that before she lets her heart loose on love, she needs to unearth the truth. What does the ghost want? Who can and can’t she trust? And most of all . . . What is she? 

What inspired you to write Born at Midnight? 

C.C>:  Good question.  Normally, when I’m asked this kind of question, I’ll explain how I get my inspiration from either life experiences or the world around me – like articles I’ve read, or conversations I’ve overheard in restaurants. (Yes, I’ve been known to eavesdrop. LOL) I’ve even gotten inspiration from beautiful sunsets I’ve witnessed.  But that’s not really how Born at Midnight and the Shadow Falls series was born.  

Before I can explain how it was born, I need to explain something else.  I write humorous romantic suspense novels under my real name, Christie Craig.  That means C.C. Hunter is a pseudonym.  Anyway, several years ago, before I sold my first humorous romantic suspense novel, I’d written a humorous paranormal novel.  Now, when I say “humorous” paranormal, I really mean it was crazy, wild and over the top.  LOL.  While that paranormal novel didn’t sell, it captured the attention of several editors.  One of them was Rose Hilliard at St. Martin’s Press.  After my fifth novel was published, she contacted my agent and asked if I would consider writing a Young Adult series.  When I said I’d love to give it a shot, she planted the seed of an idea in my mind with two words:  “paranormal camp.”  Now, that’s all she said but it was enough.  I took those two words, “paranormal camp,” and went to work.  I created my own supernatural world, my own characters, and my own plot.  And I’ve had a blast doing it, too. 

Do you base any of your characters on real people? 

C.C.:  Well, sort of.  You see, there is a little bit of me inside all of my characters.   Even the bad guys.  It’s part of my creative process, I guess.  For me to write a convincing character, I have to tap into memories and experiences.  For example, look at Della, who’s a vampire and Kylie’s roommate.  Della is moody and quick to anger, and sometimes I can be that way.  (Lucky for my hubby, it’s a rare occasion.  LOL.)   And then there’s Miranda, who is Kylie’s other roommate and a dyslexic witch who can’t cast her spells right.  While I don’t know anything about spell-casting, I definitely know about dyslexia.  I’m dyslexic, and so is my son, and we struggle with it every day.  

But the character who is most based on my experiences is probably Kylie.  I gave her some of the same issues I dealt with when I was a teenager, like fitting in—I always felt a little different from everyone else, like I really didn’t belong.  Also, my parents got a divorce when I was sixteen.  Man, did that ever feel like someone yanked away the foundation of my world.   And I was also dumped by a boy who wanted things I wasn’t willing to give him, just like Trey did to Kylie. 

Have you always wanted to be a writer?  

C.C.:  Well . . . I guess that depends on how you look at it.  You see, I come from Alabama.  Down South, creating stories—or just flat-out lying about stuff if it makes for a better story—was a way of life in my family.  As a kid, I had a vivid imagination—still do.  I’ve always had book-length stories running around in my head but I didn’t try to capture them on paper until I was 23 and my new hubby suggested I go back to school to become a teacher.  That’s when I admitted to him—and to myself—that I wanted to become a writer.  

Saying out loud that I wanted to be a writer was a huge step for me.  Being dyslexic, I’m a terrible speller and often I get words and sentences backwards, so not only did I have to learn how to write, I had to learn how to deal with my dyslexia.  But you know what?  I think being dyslexic helped me with my writing.  The experts say that dyslexics are very intuitive.  And I think this is what helped me understand people’s emotions, which is so important in developing characters in fiction.  Plus, being dyslexic forced me to work harder, and that led to my viewing a rejection as an invitation to try harder. 

What was the first thing you ever wrote?  

C.C.:  When I was in the third grade, I wrote a story about a little red shoe.  It was a great story – for a third grader – and it won a school competition.  

What’s your favorite book that you read as a child? 

C.C.:  Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White.  I truly loved that book!  This may surprise a lot of people, but I always thought of Charlotte’s Web as being a romance between Charlotte, the barn spider, and Wilbur, the pig.  Sort of a cross-species relationship thing.  I guess I really like that cross-species relationship thing because my new book, Born at Midnight, has a lot of them.  LOL. 

What do you do to unwind and relax?   

C.C.:  I love to walk along the beach.  Love to sip a good glass of Cabernet.  Love to read, and lunch with my girlfriends.  And if I can combine all four, I’m one happy, relaxed, beach-loving camper. 

What is something that not a lot of people know about you?   

C.C.:  Hmm.  I guess I’d say that I still can’t believe I’m a writer.  That every time I sit down to start a book, I’m afraid I won’t be able to do it.  Don’t get me wrong, I worked my tushy off.  Because I’m dyslexic, writing is hard.  But this feels like a dream come true and I wonder how I got so lucky.  

Is there anything else you’d like to add? 

C.C.:  First I’d like to thank you for having me here today.  Then I’d like to add two more things for your readers, if I could. 

First, make sure you snag my free short story, Turned at Dark.  It’s Della’s story and it introduces the Shadow Falls series.  You can read the first three chapters of Born at Midnight, too. All you have to do is visit my Born at Midnight page at Macmillan– Born at Midnight Page.  Or you can download a free eBook copy of Turned at Dark at all major online retailers.  The download also has the first three chapters of Born at Midnight on there as well. 

And second, to celebrate the release of Born at Midnight, I’m running a “Tweet my Book and Win a Kindle Contest” from March 22th through March 29th.  The grand prize will be the Kindle but I’m also giving away copies of Born at Midnight, some Shadow Falls swag and ARCs of Awake at Dawn, which is scheduled to release in October.  All the details will be at my blog beginning March 22ndBlog.  So, please drop by and help me tweet my book and you could win a Kindle! 

Oh, one final thing!  (Okay, so that’s three things.  LOL.)  Thank you so much for having me today.  I hope you all enjoy Kylie’s adventure.  And make sure on March 29th you stop by my website to read some extra content.  I’ll be posting scenes from Derek’s and Lucas’s points of view.   Also, you can join my newsletter and get advance notice about my books and any contests I’ll be holding.  I only send one out when a new release comes out.  Also, join me on Facebook and Twitter where I regularly announce contests.  

C.C.

 It was great to have you with us today, C.C.!  Best of Luck with your new series!!

*Be sure to leave a comment for your chance to win!  You don’t want to miss this one!

Please Welcome Our Guest – Sandra Edwards

****OUR WINNER is :  “Phyllis”
Please email Sandra at :   sandywrites@sandyslibrary.com

I’m so excited to welcome back my good friend Sandra Edwards.  Be sure to stop in and say hello.  **One lucky commenter will win a copy of her Broken Wings/Vegas, Baby 2-pack (available in PDF, EPub or Kindle Edition)   “VEGAS, BABY ” is her newest release.  This story picks up where BROKEN WINGS left off and I highly recommend adding both to your TBR list.  Sandra is an INDIE publisher and doing quite well I must say.  She’s even made J.A. Konrath’s list.  No easy task I assure you.  Congrats, girl!  🙂

When did you decide to self-publish?  Was it a difficult decision?  Was there one thing that helped you lean toward self-publishing?  Or was it just something you felt like was the right fit for you?

Sandra:  Going Indie wasn’t all that difficult a decision but it did take me a while to get there. Joe Konrath is the reason I decided to give it a shot. I’ve been reading his blog for awhile now. When he first started talking about his success with self-publishing, I didn’t really entertain the notion as an option for myself. Joe had been published by NY, and had a readership. That’s where I assumed his sales were coming from—a dedicated readership. It wasn’t until he started talking about a couple of unknown/unpublished authors who’d put their books up on Kindle and were selling in the thousands, that I seriously began to entertain the self-publishing notion as a potentially viable option for me.

Did you query agents and editors before taking this route?

 Sandra:  Oh, yes. I queried. I also got requests from contests. But it always turned out the same. I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard, “Great writing, but the story is too outside the box. What else you got?”

What steps do you take to promote your work?  Does it take too much time away from your writing?

Sandra:  I make my presence known by posting on various forums and put my covers and banners up at various review sites. I limit my daily time at forums so I have time to write.

You’ve got awesome book covers.  Do you create them yourself or have someone else design them?

Sandra:  I’ve done most of them. The fabulous Dara England created Broken Wings.

What about the editing process.  Do you handle that on your own?  And if you do it yourself, how do you feel about this part?  Like it, love it or could leave it.

Sandra:  I don’t mind the editing process, but I can’t do it alone (I don’t think any author can). I’m lucky enough to have a handful of great critique partners who do a fabulous job of editing my work. As the author, sometimes I can’t seem to see the forest for the trees.

Can you describe the feeling of holding that first book in your hands?  Was it all you thought it would be or more? 

Sandra:  It was a great feeling and the actual moment was not a disappointment. That said, I’d much rather read books on my Kindle.

Looking back now, are you pleased with your decision?  If you could do something different what would that be?

Sandra:   My only regret is that I didn’t do it sooner!

What do you see in the future for e-books?  Do you think it’s just a phase or will it continue to grow and expand beyond our expectations?

 Sandra:  My personal opinion, ebooks are already on their way to becoming the norm.

What would you like your readers to know about you?

 Sandra:  I’m a Yankees fan. My favorite color is pink. And, I love old black and white movies.

Please tell us a about your new release:

 Sandra:  VEGAS, BABY is the second book in the Soul Searchers series. It picks up where BROKEN WINGS left off. Rio Laraquette’s back in Vegas and settling into her normal routine—except that Eddie LaCall has invaded her space. The two share a mutual attraction and an undeniable connection.

When Eddie’s scarred past comes back to haunt him his attachment to Rio strengthens even though neither completely trusts the other. Just when it looks like a poker tournament is bringing them together, their budding relationship gets backburnered when a stalker goes from creepy to dangerous, making several attempts on the reluctant lovers’ lives.

Will these two souls—who’ve been searching for each other across eternity—finally get to share a lifetime together, or will they once again end up as star-crossed lovers?

Thanks for joining us today, Sandra!  Best of luck with all of your books!!

You can find out more about Sandra’s books here:  Sandra Edwards

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