Come See Me April 26-28th!
There are still tickets to have breakfast with me on Sunday morning at the Barbara Vey Reader Appreciation Weekend in Wisconsin!
If you join me for breakfast on Sunday, you will get one of these mugs!! (Only Sunday breakfast attendees get the mug – I have lots of other treats for the Saturday luncheon crowd.)
From April 26-28th I’ll be in Wisconsin at the Barbara Vey Reader Appreciation Weekend! There are several events open to the public, and tickets can be purchased for individual events, so if you’re in the area, check it out!
I will be in Brookfield, Wisconsin April 26th – 28th for Barbara Vey’s annual Reader Appreciation Weekend. Join me and dozens of other authors for books, parties, and prizes. Keynote speaker is award winning author/actress Meg Tilly! Have lunch with an author and get a tote bag filled with books and other goodies sent by authors, plus a chance to win door prizes and other treats. Tickets are still available (but hurry as this event usually sells out): barbaravey.ticketleap.com/barbara-vey-reader-appreciation-weekend-2019/.
This Week’s Book Giveaway
This week, I’m giving away a copy of His Counterfeit Campfire Bride (Camp Firefly Falls Book 2) by Gwen Hayes. The tagline says it all:
“Forget Netflix and chill…campfire and thrill. The second book set in the Camp Firefly Falls world with stories so hot, you can roast marshmallows on your ereader.”
Winner will be announced on Tuesday!
To enter this giveaway, pop over to my Facebook page and answer the question in the comments!
Meet Miguel Castillo and Seraphina Worth. Two advertising office enemies sent to a corporate retreat at a sleep-away summer camp to work our their differences. With strict orders to come back with whatever trophies and ribbons are awarded for best team or come back unemployed, they are stunned to find out their boss sent them the to wrong camp session. Instead of corporate team building, they are signed up for Rediscover Your Marital Intimacy week.
She thinks he’s unpredictable, unreliable, and unstable. He thinks she’s stuffy, stilted, and square. They can barely work together and now they have to pretend to be married for a week at summer camp—sharing a cabin with one bed, doing tantric yoga, and thwarting the advances of a couple interested in a wife swap.
Trouble is, the one thing they both excel at is marketing. And the more they sell themselves as the perfect married couple, the harder it to remember it’s an ad campaign and not a love match.
A New Trailer
My talented son made this for my Facebook cover.
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Unusual words are so much fun.