Saturday, June 30, 2012

Presenting Angie Dobson - Book Reviewer

Welcome back to the July 1st edition of the Best Summer Reading Blog Tour! This week, my guest is Angie Dobson who is a book reviewer. She has a great website that you need to check out for some exciting summer reading. Once you finish reading Angie’s interview, leave a comment at the end of this blog and answer this question. How many catagories are incluced in the Golden Rose Award contest? When you leave a comment at the end of this blog with your answer, you qualify to be in the running for this weeks book giveaway and also qualify for the $50 Amazon gift certificate to be given away at the end of the blog tour on July 29th. 


I love summer! It is a time for vacation and fun in the sun!!  For me it also brings my birthday – can we say time to buy the list of books that piles up between Christmas and the first days of summer?  This is when I get my second round of books that get tossed on my Amazon wish list each year – it is a never ending list of NEEDS and wants. Up until last summer it also meant the release of a new Janet Evanovich book from the Stephanie Plum Series, something I truly miss since I always knew what my mom would pick for my birthday gift!  Now I have to wait impatiently… 
For me the best part of summer is the beginning of the Golden Rose’s on Love Romances and More as well!  I run the contest every spring or summer and we strive to find the best of the best that were released the previous year.   This year we will begin taking entries come July 1st and hope to announce our winners in September.
For our 11th annual Golden Rose Award we will again be running a contest to find out who is the best of the best in writing. We will again this year have five categories with a maximum of 10 entries in each category.  What makes our contest different is that your entire book is read by a panel of judges rather than a popularity contest based on who garners the most number of votes.

~Contemporary Romance
~Paranormal/Sci Fi
~Romantic Suspense/Mystery

One staff reviewer will judge each book, with 4 additional judges per category. We have a comprehensive, yet easy to complete score sheet for each category. At the end, all votes will be tallied for a "best of" in each of our five categories.

Do you like to read and have time to read 4-5 books by between August 1st and September 1st? Would you like to help judge the LR&M Golden Roses? We welcome all readers, authors and editors to help find out who the best of the best will be!

CAVEAT: Some entries may be M/M, F/F or menage trois. All judges must be 18+ and agree to be impartial to friends, family and other authors.

Want to be a judge? Email with your preferred genre, followed by your second choice. You will be invited to join a private yahoo group where information will be shared. Books will be emailed privately when our reading period begins (approximately June 1st, or when a category becomes filled).

Want to enter a book? Email to receive a entry form! We will send you an entry form with further details!

*This contest is only open to books published for the first time in 2011
*You must have full rights of the book to send for contests/reviews
*You will need to provide LR&M with 5 copies of the book or the rights to duplicated an e-copy
*All entry forms and $5 entree fees are due by July 28, 2012.
*All books must be received by August 1, 2012
* Winners will have a page on the Love Romances and More blog for the coming year showcasing their winning book, cover and bio.
*All winners will also receive a button that can be posted on their website announcing they have won!

Thanks, Angie!

Now, answer the question about the number of catagories asked in the first paragraph by leaving a comment below and be in the running for a prize. Then, check out my blog this week at to check out what I'm reading these days.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Introducting Regina Andrews!!

Hi, and welcome back to the 2012 Best Summer Reading Blog Tour. This week my guest is Regina Andrews.

For more information on Regina, check out her website at . And, after you enjoy spending some time at Regina's blogsite and getting a look at her world of writing, you can qualify to win this weeks free ebook from one of the blog tour authors and in addition you'll be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift certificate to be awarded on July 29th.  To enter, just leave a comment here on my blog with the answer to the following question. What is the name of the main character in Regina's Inspiration Romance novel, In Good Faith?

Now, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this blurb about her exciting new novel In Good Faith.
Haley Hawthorne is a successful Art Director at a high-powered greeting card company in Manhattan. Designer clothes and expensive material luxuries are what she uses to try and fill the emptiness inside -- but it wasn't always that way for her.
Orphaned at a young age, Haley was raised in rural Dunbar Falls by her Uncle Nelson amid pasture lands and a clear sense of the things that matter most in life, including her joyful relationship with God.
One day Aaron Carrier, her old friend from Dunbar Falls pays her a surprise visit to her office at Sterling Greeting Cards with devastating news about Uncle Nelson. When she returns home to Dunbar Falls, Haley is faced with a professional decision upon inheriting Uncle Nelson’s air-conditioning company. More than that, she faces a crossroads in her heart. It is a crisis of faith, of loyalty and of love.
What does God want her to do? Will she be able to return home to Dunbar Falls and all that it has meant for her? And will Aaron Carrier be more than a friend?

You can find Regina and get more information on her list of publications and how to contact her at::

Next Stop on the 2012 Best Summer Reading Blog Tour
Learn a little more about me and how my characters 'come' into my imagination at Reviewer Angie Dobson's blog at

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Introducing Regan Taylor!

Welcome back to the 2012 Best Summer Reading Ever Blog Tour featuring some of my fellow writers at Awe-Struck Publishing. This week my guest is Regan Taylor who writes primarily in the historical romance genre. Check out her selection of books at her website Today Regan shares her thoughts on how she researches for her novels. And, after you enjoy Regan's comments, you can qualify to win a free copy of Regan Taylor's ebook With All Dispatch -Book 2 of the Treasures Antique Series and you'll be entered to win a $50 Amazon gift certificate to be awarded on July 29th just by leaving a comment here on my blog with the answer to the following question.  What is the name of the ship where Regan spends a day on the ocean doing some research? Now, Enjoy!!!!
Regan Taylor


I don't know about you, but if I’m reading a book and there are inaccuracies that could have been fixed with a little research it takes me right out of the book.  I used to be a police dispatcher and for the most part public safety folks, both police and fire, are pretty cool about sitting down and telling you what's right and what is pure fiction. Fiction is good - I read fiction, but if something is wrong, it's wrong. Okay, I did have a bit of a time getting someone from Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to talk to me so I could make my BATF agent, Ryan Michaels in my McKenna Series factually accurate. On the other hand, when I contacted the United States Marshals for some historical information for Kendrick Parker in my Bride Series they put me through to their historian in Washington, D.C. who spent about two hours on the phone with me going through some very specific details.  You can find the info you are looking for; sometimes you just need to dig a bit.
Given my own "geek factor" personality I love researching a new book. I spend hours in the library pouring through reference materials and interview people who actually work in the field or have historical information for my historical romances. And then there's the really fun research. Until I started doing my research for SAPPHIRE, my current work in progress, what I did for WITH ALL DISPATCH was probably the most fun—I lived a day in my characters' lives starting with getting up at the same time they would have for the story. First stop was the Cheese Factory just outside Novato, California,  which has been around since the late 1800's and they still make a fabulous cheese. Breakfast was some of their cheese on homemade rosemary bread. There is a duck pond on the grounds and some of the water fowl came to share the meal. While siting and sharing my meal with some friendly ducks I pulled out my netbook and wrote Gareth and Molly's scene.
From there I drove over the covered bridge and out to the coast. The Pacific that day was breathtaking. The ocean can be quite hypnotic and watching the deep blue-green waves travel in and out, watching the tide changes and coastal wild life go about their business paved the wave for Gareth to talk about his past life. That would be the life he led ohhh, about 1500 years ago. Of course Molly, the love of his life, doesn’t quite believe him. Surely a man who traveled from the past wouldn't be all that interested in by the book, sees things in black and white and lives by the rules Molly. So she thinks.
My actual goal for the day was the Pt. Reyes Lighthouse. Lighthouses are their own special kind of magic. And the stories they could tell not only about the long ago sailors who relied on their guidance, but some of the modern day visitors. There is a certain romance to the towers. The on duty ranger provided some great input -- with Gareth ever near the edge of my imagination providing ideas for just what he and Molly would be up to.
Instead of taking the "short way" home I chose to travel down Highway 1 and the coastal route. With its steep cliffs and winding roadway you get the sense of being in another time and place. As darkness and the evening fog settled over the coast I headed inland and stopped for dinner at the Pelican Inn, an authentic 16th century British Inn. I opted for the kind of meal Gareth would enjoy -- Shepherd's Pie with truffle for dessert.
Later on in the story, when Gareth and Molly have their "dark moment", that moment when their relationship is going to make or break I spent another day driving up and down Highway 121 in Napa looking for the exact spot where their confrontation takes place. Six or seven passes the exact spot caught my attention. Walking around in the field, taking in the scents, noises and watching out for the occasional cow patty it was pretty easy to picture that earth shattering confrontation.
More recently one of my friends came along to do some of that helping with my research for SAPPHIRE. When we heard that the Lady Washington, an exact replica of the original tall ship, was coming to down we headed down to Sausalito, California to spend the day on board sailing. The crew was fantastic and the steward, Cat, spent the better part of two hours answering questions, helping with plot points and describing life what they know of life on the high seas. She’s lived on board for most of the past 3 years. While we cruised the way the Lady Washington and its traveling companion, the Hawaiian Chieftain had a mock battle complete with cannons. They say if you can sail San Francisco bay you can sail anywhere. The day of our sail was warm, sunny and crystal clear.
I don't know if you're like me and always plan to see the sites in your local area. I know when I lived in New York I always planned to visit certain places like the Statute of Liberty but never got around to it. I've lived in the San Francisco Bay area for years and haven't yet made my way to Alcatraz. I'm thinking it may be time for one of my books to take place there just so I have to make the journey out to the famous island in the bay. Meanwhile, Gareth's brother, Gehris, will be eating at Cliff house before too long and they still have pictures of the original gothic structure around. Anyone care to join Gehris and I?
Research Photos

Here's an excerpt from one of Regan's books:

BOOK 2 of the Treasures Antique Series

Chapter One 
     Head spinning, Molly Tanner sat down on the bed unable to breathe let alone move. Something that just couldn’t happen, happened.
It just wasn’t possible. No how. No way
“This has to be a joke, a really bad joke,” she muttered, a photograph gripped tightly in her hand.
She looked around the room and weakly called, “You can come out now. The both of you. Really. Actually make that all three of you. Come on Taister, no playing silly cat games this morning.”
Shaking ever so slightly, Molly scooched off her roommate, Carrie Taylor’s, bed and on to the floor. Not that she was worried about Carrie finding her in her room. After all, the twosome had been friends since they were kids. Growing up with her dark-haired friend had been an adventure with Carrie always finding something new and different for them to get in to. Then one day, not so long ago, Carrie brought home a photograph.
A very old photograph.
And damn if Carrie and her cat Taister weren’t sitting in that very photograph this very minute looking like they’d both caught the canary.
Molly flipped it over and studied the paper. “Nope, this isn’t the photo-shopped version of you and Black Eagle. Nope, nope, not at all. This is the real deal. Carrie, you really did it this time. Or not.”
Lifting her hips off the floor Molly turned and peered under the white-eyelet comforter that covered Carrie’s bed and spied nothing but a few of Taister’s silky black cat hairs.
She sniffed. Nothing, except the sulfur-like smell that greeted her when she first walked into Carrie’s room minutes ago, permeated the air. She brought the photograph up to eye level and shook her head, “At least you could have left a note.”
She snickered to herself. “A note? That said what? Hi! I’m back in time with the man I love?”
She shook her head and then snapped her fingers. “Mr. Merle! I’ll talk to Mr. Merle and he’ll know what happened. Right? I mean, he’s the one who gave you this darn photograph in the first place. He’ll know where you’ve gone and if you’re coming back.”
She stood and walked over to Carrie’s closet. Peering inside, she saw it was as neat and orderly as ever. It didn’t appear that even a scarf was missing. Clearly Carrie hadn’t packed before taking off to wherever she went.
“Not that anyone has time to pack before time traveling.” Molly laughed, just short of hysterical. “Right. Like I have so much experience with time travel. Let’s see what or who I know who’s done it? There’s Black Eagle coming here. And then there’s Black Eagle going back to his home and yup, that’s a lot of experience you have there, Molly. You’re a virtual expert. Yup, and going a little bonkers here talking to yourself.”
Molly turned to study her reflection in Carrie’s mirror. “I suppose that’s true though. I mean, how many people time travel or know people who do? Me, and maybe Mr. Merle if he’d admit to it. It’s not the kind of thing you can bring up in every day conversation; ‘say, Janice, did you happen to travel to Queen Elizabeth’s coronation? Liz the first I mean. What did you think?’ Nope. Can’t exactly do that. If people didn’t think you were crazy before they’d know it after a crack like that.”
She padded back to Carrie’s bed as if she carried the weight of the world in her hands rather than the yellowed photograph, and sat. There they were, Carrie, Black Eagle and Taister, in the photograph…together, in time, forever. Carrie had made it back to her man.
“So now, what do I do? Do I try to bring you home? Or let you live the rest of your life in the past sans latte’s, microwaves and Jacuzzis? Should I be happy for you or sad that I’ll never see you again? And why am I asking a photograph?”
(to be continued)

Regan's Bio:
From earliest childhood today’s guest author, Regan Taylor, was an avid reader. Upon discovering Alexander Dumas and Charles Dickens she was hooked on books that carried the reader away to a different time and place. Preferring the quiet of her room and a good book to spending time with people, she traveled far beyond those four walls. It was while working as a police dispatcher, first for the California Highway Patrol and then her local police department, she began to write fiction, primarily time travels and romantic suspense. In the spring of 2009 she returned to the day job she always liked best, working as a legal secretary. Curled up in her bunny slippers with her furfaced children, Mel, Missy and Bogie, while writing is one of her favorite things to do.

Regan's Published Novels
My interview for this week is being hosted by erotic romance writer, Corinne Davies at . I'm sure you'll find a couple of exciting reads among Corinne's excting books for your summer reading pleasure.

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Meet Susan Roebuck!!

Week two of our summer tour has arrived and I'm so please to introduce Susan Roebuck to you. Susan is an exciting writer that treats you to several genres including romance, mystery, suspence and a touch of gay. Her books hook you on the first page and keep you page turning to see what her characters are up to next as they move through the clever plots Susan puts them through. So read along and enjoy!

Susan Roebuck
“Hewhay Hall”, my new novel, was born out of a challenge.  With just one or two prompts a group of friends and I challenged each other to write a story in a genre that we hadn’t tried before. And I chose paranormal.

It does make sense, when I think about it. I’ve read so much paranormal romance, dark gothic paranormal and horror. I devoured Stephen King’s early work (“Carrie”, “The Shining”) and Ann Rice’s Lestat the vampire novels. But my favorite book of all time is the “Gormenghast” Trilogy by Mervyn Peake (

It’s one of the few books I can read over and over because it’s populated by peculiar, quirky characters (think Swelter the cook and Steerpike the crook). With every read I peel another layer off and find pure genius underneath.
While I was writing “Hewhay Hall” it was strange trying to imagine an evil, cruel and maniacal demon. I’m basically a peaceful person who hates violence, but I loved pushing my imagination to what is hopefully acceptable limits. The only drawback where the nightmares I had during the writing. Those characters just wouldn’t leave me alone.

Sharon asked me to answer a couple of questions so here goes.
1. How do you respond to major changes suggested by an editor?
I may be one of the few people who actually like the editing process. I'm always open to whatever people have to say about my writing because that's how I learn and can improve. I've never had huge changes to make, although I was told once not to have all my characters' names beginning with the same letter. With Hewhay Hall the biggest change was that the editor suggested I took away Jude's prosthesis and that affected the story when he gets swallowed (if that doesn't make sense, you'll have to read the book!)
2. Do you enjoy research.
I have a mammoth amount of research to do because I never keep to the adage "write about what you know". Perfect Score was set in the States (and I'm a Brit) so that meant we did spend some time there - actually in the Catskills, Upstate New York because the book was first set at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. For those of you who read it, you'll see the setting changed and ended up right on the other side of the country. My present work in progress involves fishermen and a bullfighter. I've already interviewed a bullfighter, but I still have to find a fisherman who'll take me out in his boat! For Hewhay Hall, I did have to research Jude's profession, but the demon is straight out of my imagination (he talked to me at night and scared the living daylights out of me).

Blub from Hewhay Hall: 
An unsung hero's destiny--Slater's house of horrors.
Fire-fighter Jude Elliott loses part of his leg trying to rescue a family held hostage during a terrorist attack. He journeys to mysterious Hewhey Hall, where it is told there are wondrous, magical cures. Little does Jude know that his destination is Slater The Prince of Envy's lair where demons reside and courageous souls are tormented... Can Jude escape Slater's house of horrors, or will he suffer for all of eternity?

Excerpt from Hewhay Hall:
Jude stared down the hill at the glint on the water and then across to the fields baked hard by weeks of sun. He’d followed the directions to the letter, so this was the right place. But where was Hewhay Hall?

A row of swallows balanced on a wire stretching overhead, each facing the same way as Jude, who rested against a five-bar gate. They too seemed to be eyeing the fallen tree trunks that littered the overgrown path down the rocky hillside. They were lucky—they could fly, but Jude had to hobble.

The air moved on the other side of the marshland. He didn’t imagine it. A definite ripple, the kind that alters your vision when a migraine’s about to start. Although the shift was fleeting, he had the idea something was down there after all, very faint and hard to describe. The outline of a building? Or maybe just heat haze. Whatever, he’d come this far—he’d go and investigate.

The latch and hinges on the gate were so rusted, Jude couldn’t open it. Nothing for it, then, but to climb over. He propped his crutches against the wooden bars, placed his hands on the top, and hauled himself up so his right leg got a footing on a lower rung. Now he could sit on the top. He bent down, picked up what was left of his other leg, and maneuvered it over until he straddled the gate. It creaked under his weight. As he swung his right leg over, he teetered, tried to grab the top bar but lost his balance and fell headlong into a bramble patch.

Prickles stabbed him as he lay on his back, his whirling gaze locked on a wiggly jet trail in the cloudless sky. Once the world righted itself, he pushed himself up on his elbows and extracted some of the more painful brambles before rolling onto his right knee. His bum in the air, he hoped no one was looking and that he retained a shred of dignity as he balanced on his right leg and wobbled his way upright. As he tried to stand, his knee locked. He was a second away from landing back on the ground but he grabbed an oak tree trunk for support.

Bloody hell. Wasn’t it about time they gave him a prosthesis? He bent to rub his stump, still raw after all this time. Why wasn’t he healing?

Blurb from Perfect Score: 
Feckless, exasperating Alex Finch is a rich, handsome and talented singer/songwriter who longs for two things: a career as a professional rock singer, and to have his love for Sam Barrowdale reciprocated. But drifter Sam's two aims are simply to earn enough money to pay his sister's medical bills and to hide from the world his reading/writing and speech disability. At this time the word "dyslexia" is generally unknown so to most people he's just a "retard". From the severe knocks life's dealt him, Sam's developed a tough outer coating and he has no time for a spoilt, selfish guitar player. Despite his defects, Alex's love for Sam never wavers and when Sam unexpectedly disappears, Alex begins a somewhat bungling quest to find him, only to discover that Sam has a fearful enemy: Alex's powerful and influential yet sociopathic uncle. As Alex spirals downwards towards alcoholism, many questions need answering. Just why did Alex's evil uncle adopt him at age eleven yet deny him any affection? And what's the mystery behind Alex's father's death? Both seem to face unbeatable odds. Are they doomed to follow separate paths forever?
Contact Susan at:

Hewhay Hall available at:
Barnes and Noble

Perfect Score available at:
Prize Question
Answer the following question and win a copy of Susan's novel Perfect Score and be entered into the drawing for a $50 Amazon gift certificate to be awarded July 29th.
Question: Name two professions that are mentioned in the two blurbs (Hewhay Hall and Perfect Score).
Go to the comments section below and send in your answer. Good luck!

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Hi Everyone!

Our Summer Blog tour has started. I am so pleased to have
Christine London
as my guest this week. She writes books that will grab your attention immediately and have page turning to the very last page. I've asked her to share some of her thoughts on writing. So, sit back and enjoy reading Christine's thoughts on a variety of topics.

Win a Prize!
After you've learned more about writer Christine London by reading her thoughts on her writing and the excerpt from her novel, 'Shadows Steal the Light', just go to the comments section below and answer the question at the end of this blog. You'll to be entered to win this weeks prize of an ARC (Advance Review Copy) of Lisa Jackson's Aug 1, 2012 release of "You Don't Want to Know", as well as be entered to win the end of Blog super $50 Amazon gift certificate prize to be awarded July 29th.  And, be sure to visit the suggested blog under the question to check out another one of our Blog Tour authors.
Christine, what is your most currently released work?
An Australia/California/French -set tale titled When We Were Amazing through MuseItUp Publishing of Canada.

Tell us a little about When We Were Amazing.

When We Were Amazing deals with some matters close to my heart. Travel is one of my loves and as such wanderlust has led me to Melbourne's Mornington Peninsula wine region. May December romance has also been a fascination of mine as our society changes and becomes more accepting of age differences in relationships. Older man-younger woman has, of course, been done and done, but what might the dynamic be if a mature thirty something woman fell for a man just out of university? Now we're talking.

What inspired you to write in your genre? Is this the genre you started writing in or have you morphed to this one?

A 2004 film. Actually, the actor in the lead role. His passionate portrayal and mesmerizing eyes sent a fission of familiarity through me. Did I know him? Was this instant soul connection, past life stuff or kismet? Never having been a fan girl or a Hollywood-ista, I was at sixes and sevens as to where to begin finding out about him. A turn to the internet led me to discover a world I knew little about--the fan based web of sites filling the ethers about each celeb. Then it hit me. What would an unlikely fan living half a world away from the object of her fascination do if the film star receiving her poignant letter of appreciation responded in kind—an instant connection formed? What if she were happily married, he suffering the lonely isolation of fame? Could these two disparate lives still mesh when tragedy stuck? My first novel, Soul In His Eyes, was born. From there I researched genre. Ah--a romance. Joining Romance Writer's Of America's local Los Angeles Chapter was my learning ground. Possibly the best mentoring writer's association in existence, this wonderful group of seasoned and aspiring authors provided a rich atmosphere for networking, honing craft and learning the biz.Fifteen months from first keystroke I was offered a contract

Do you have a favorite character you have written?

Erik Bartholomew- the hero of that first novel, Soul In His Eyes. Don't they always say you never forget your first? He represents all the good people in the entertainment field, caught in the glare of fame who crave the ability to have a normal life and love, in spite of the intense scrutiny.

Who was the toughest character for you to “get right"?

Colin Dunlow from Shadows Steal the Light. As a recovering alcoholic and dedicated lead singer of the top rock band of the century, his struggle to make that final break from the bottle, his AA sponsor's dictate to avoid all romantic entanglements through a year of sobriety AND the more than inconvenient fact someone wants him dead—all roil into a pressure cooker of emotion few men could handle. The fact that he meets the woman of his dreams who happens to hate rock and roll just might be the weight to tip the scales. But in what direction? My late brother spent years in the rock music industry. There is a definite underbelly to this world, a truly strong man can navigate. How would I make such a character gritty yet lovable and loving? Determined, passionate, yet under the weight of mistress alcohol's ever present allure?
Excerpt from Shadows Steal the Light:

   Colin ran out in front. He turned to check on his AA sponsor, Robert.
    “Are you goin’to do some press ups, Colin?” Robert called to him as Colin plopped down for a rest on the grass of the heath.
   “Give me a minute.” Colin protested.
   Robert lowered himself to the grass. He was a barrel-chested man of fifty and had a challenge keeping up with a fit thirty two year old. “You’re not goin’ to let this old man show you up, are you?” Robert jested, straining to catch his breath.
   The two men sat on the grass, enjoying the sun and the openness of the heath. Wiping the beads of sweat from his brow with the back of his hand, Robert inquired, “So, what has all this done to your love life, man?”
   Colin gave him a double take. “You’ve got to be jokin’.” He shook his head. “I’m not certain what I’ve missed more, the liquor or the sex. At least that’s one thing that won’t be sending me back to hospital. There are  some truly fine women on the road at nearly every show, just waitin’ their
   “You need to forget about it, man.” Robert pressed assertive fingers on Colin’s forearm. “You’re not ready. None of us are when we’re newly out, what with our emotions so raw and at the surface.”
   “What am I supposed to do then, tie a bloody bow in it?”
   Retracting his hand, and interlacing his fingers about his drawn  knees, he chuckled, “You’re a lucky man indeed if you can do that.” His expression darkened. “I’m sorry to say, I’m deadly serious, man. There’s nothing that drives us back to the liquor faster than getting involved with the first pretty face that comes along and having the emotional rug pulled out from under us.”
   Colin’s jaw tightened. “How long?”
   “A year.”
   “Bloody f**k, man! Now you really are jokin’,” he spouted.
   Robert furrowed his brow, fully illuminating his resolute intention.
   “Sh*t…you are serious,” Colin lamented.

Buy Link for Shadows Steal The Light
Christine's Web Site:

Christine London

Author of 100 Romance's Best of the Year - When We Were Amazing
Sample or Purchase When We Were Amazing
Christine At Amazon Author Central

Question: Who was it in the rock music industry that gave Christine insight into the hazards or the business?  Drop us a comment with your answer to be in the running for Lisa Jackson's book.

Your next stop on the tour is: Author Regan Taylor