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Very funny !!
Originally posted on Barb Taub:
I’m in a total guddle.
See, I might live in Scotland, but this is what I live here for. I’ve gone along all these years without once knowing that I’m in a total guddle [confused mess] , let alone owning it like Glasgowdragonfly does.
Since we moved up here from England just as I was starting to get a handle on the whole separated by a common language thing, I’ve started to document a new vocabulary. Luckily, I have an expert tutor in the form of the receptionist at a nearby medical office. I’m completely smitten because she says och and aye and every noun is modified by wee. When I call, I always have a pencil ready to write down everything she says so I can look up translations when we hang up. Take, for example, today’s conversation:
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Absolutely trilled that my lovely friend Jan Brigen has landed a publishing contract with Choc Lit. Can’tr wait to read her novel.
Originally posted on The Romaniacs:
We’ve had a WILD weekend at Romaniac HQ, celebrating the doubleplusgood news that our lovely, wonderful, talented
is the WINNER of the Choc Lit and Whole Story Audiobooks Search for a Star Competition,
with her contemporary romance, As Weekends Go,
JAN HAS SIGNED WITH CHOC LIT!
We are besides ourselves with joy and are eating cream buns and chocolate cake with great abandon.
Jan – we wanted to congratulate you on your well-deserved success and we cannot wait to see your debut published.
Many, many congratulations :D
The Romaniacs xxxxxxx
Thanks you to Heather for featuring me and lovely Isabella Anderson on her fabulous blog.
Originally posted on Heather Balog:
Today I have two guests, one from Texas and one from the UK!
I have to admit, my new guest was a new author to me. But after reading the blurb for her book, “The Right Design”, I can’t wait to add her to my list of favorites!
Isabella grew up with a book in her hand, and to this day nothing has changed. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and has been featured on several blogs. While Isabella doesn’t blog a lot, she focuses her time on featuring other writers, along with working on her next book.
She created Chick Lit Goddess to share the love of the following genres: Chick Lit, Contemporary Romance, Romance, and Romantic Comedies! She loves featuring authors and their books.
Currently, she lives in Dallas with her husband and cat. She enjoys spicy Mexican food and drinking margaritas, and can…
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I’m pleased to welcome fabulous author Isabella Louise Anderson to my blog. Isabella published her debut novel THE RIGHT DESIGN exactly one year ago and U’m looking forward to learning more about her and and her awesome novel.
Isabella grew up with a book in her hand, and to this day nothing has changed. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and has been featured on several blogs. While Isabella doesn’t blog a lot, she focuses her time on featuring other writers, along with writing and editing. Isabella Louise Anderson created Chick Lit Goddess to share the love of the following genres: Chick Lit, Contemporary Romance, Romance, and Romantic Comedies! She loves featuring authors and their books. She lives in Dallas with her husband and cat. She enjoys spicy Mexican food and drinking margaritas, and can be found spending time with family and friends, cheering on the Texas Rangers, and reading. Isabella’s short story, Meet Me Under the Mistletoe, was featured in Simon & Fig’s Christmas anthology, Merry & Bright, in November 2013. The Right Design is her first novel.
In the author’s debut novel comes a story about picking up the pieces, letting go of the past, and finding love along the way–even if morals are tested!
Interior designer Carrie Newman could not have envisioned a more perfect life for herself. She had a great job doing what she loved, wonderful friends, and a close relationship with her sister and brother-in-law. Add in an amazing man who she’d hoped would soon become her husband, and her life was perfect. Until one devastating decision ruins her relationship and changes the course of her life.
Determined to make a new start, Carrie leaves Texas and heads to Palm Beach to pick up the pieces of her shattered and broken life. The last thing she expects is to find herself attracted to her first client at her new job–Brad Larson, who has proven himself time and time again to be caddish.
But there’s something beneath the surface of Brad’s arrogant exterior that keeps her craving more of him–something almost sweet that Carrie can’t seem to resist.
Is Carrie ready to take another chance on romance? And will this new design of her life prove to be the right one?
THE RIGHT DESIGN is on sale for $0.99, during the month of March – – – – – – – Purchase links
Amazon US (Kindle): http://amzn.to/TUmZNX
Amazon US (Paperback): http://amzn.to/1q3qxI9
Amazon – Canada: http://amzn.to/1o8nxYw
Amazon – UK: http://amzn.to/1vGLFFH
Barnes & Noble (Paperback and Nook): http://bit.ly/1AfWkcm
Isabella Louise Anderson’s links:
Isabella Louise Anderson: http://bit.ly/1j5AyWF
Author Facebook “Like” page: http://on.fb.me/1t6PAzC
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Really looking fwd to reading this once I have finished my own novel. Only two more chapters to go.
Originally posted on New Romantics 4:
…NOR COULD TWINS OF A GAZELLE, MY SECOND NOVEL!
Twins of a Gazelle is out, a mere year and three months later than my New Romantics Press co-conspirators got out their seconds, the other fab three, Adrienne, June and Lizzie. My small band of readers are probably wondering, ‘So, what took you so long?’ Taking my cue from The Supremes’ “You Can’t Hurry Love”, I couldn’t hurry Twins of a Gazelle. No matter how hard I tried, I just had to take as long as it took. How (see below) will probably explain everything.
Way back in March 2014, Sarah Houldcroft told us what every writer needs to know which is what readers want to know. I will do my best to answer her five questions.
1. What inspired you to write your novel?
Twins of a Gazelle began with a house nestling in the Leicestershire countryside. Over…
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Many thanks to Isabella for having me on her blog today. Number three is cooking away nicely, so watch this space for a cover reveal – very soon.
Originally posted on Chick Lit Goddess:
“Boot Camp Bride” by Lizzie Lamb
Blurb: Take an up-for-anything rookie reporter. Add a world-weary photo-journalist. Put them together . . . light the blue touch paper and stand well back! Posing as a bride-to-be, Charlee Montague goes undercover at a boot camp for brides in Norfolk (England) to photograph supermodel Anastasia Markova looking less than perfect. At Charlee’s side and posing as her fiancé, is Rafael Ffinch award winning photographer and survivor of a kidnap attempt in Colombia. He’s in no mood to cut inexperienced Charlee any slack and has made it plain that once the investigation is over, their partnership – and fake engagement – will be terminated, too. Soon Charlee has more questions than answers. What’s the real reason behind Ffinch’s interest in the boot camp? How is it connected to his kidnap in Colombia? In setting out to uncover the truth, Charlee puts herself in danger…
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Sarah Houldcroft has design this fabulous poster for us. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day everyone. You know how the saying goes – cras amet qui nunquam amavit quique amavit cras amet. Loveless hearts will love tomorrow. Those who have loved will love again.
Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…it matters not one jot that this ol’ Jurassic is never likely to read the off’ring from Author E.L.James… nor to expend any silver in exchange for a cinema seat for the flicker version… I’ve already encountered several people who did buy and read her WURK… and, frankly, most seemed kinda disappointed with the content… I’m old enuff to remember when D.H. Lawrence’sLady Chatterley’s Lover was published in the UK, and the furore that it caused… at the time it was ‘way out there’in terms of the alleged erotic narrative…
…and to many, including several self-appointed ‘guardians of moral sanctity’ groups who clamoured for it to be banned, ‘a muck-laden. filth-pond that was bound utterly to corrupt society’… and guess what, Mabel?… the court case allowing publication was won by the publishers… society was no more nor less inflamed with corruption than theretofore… and, here’s…
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 60 trips to carry that many people.