*taps mic* Is this thing on? *clears throat*
Facebook does this thing where they show you what you posted on this day in previous years, and I find it kinda funny sometimes to look back and see what I’ve done. Last year tomorrow, I became a full time writer. So that’ll be fun to see.
Today, however, I saw a Q&A post I’d done for a review site interview and giveaway, and one of the questions was about Gavin’s mindset in the process of realizing he was a sub. Because I was already in Gavin’s head with having just released Consent the month prior, I answered as Gavin. Someone in the comments asked if other characters I’ve written would be available to answer questions, and I said of course.
So here’s your chance. I’m doing another Q&A. You can ask me stuff, or you can direct your questions to a character in one of my books if you’re so inclined. I’ll be happy to answer them (as myself or the character involved) in an upcoming post, as well as giveaway a copy of Reaping Havoc to one lucky commenter.
No one asked Mitch Seeker if he wanted to be a grim reaper. He didn’t sign up for the rumors, the lack of friends, or the erratic schedule. He doesn’t want to go through life watching people die. Especially not a man he loves. Mitch’s solution is simple—don’t fall in love. He’ll never have to explain why he doesn’t age or why he’s around death so often. Most of all, he will never be a widower.
But when his head is turned by world-class skier Nate Koehn, Mitch believes he may have the answer. If the soul attached to Nate is any indication, Mitch has found himself another reaper, in which case, his undeniable feelings don’t have to be suppressed. However, the spectral tag-a-long is only the beginning of Nate’s burdens. After a catastrophic loss, Nate is no stranger to grief and the hole it leaves behind.
The question they both must answer is loud and clear: is the pain of losing love worse than the pain of never having loved at all?
The Details: Reaping Havoc will be available Thursday, November 12 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, All Romance eBooks, and iTunes. I will accept questions until 8pm CDT Thursday, November 5th. Over the weekend, I will post the answers and choose the winner, who will receive the book before it’s available to the general public. Wanna be the first to read it? Ask me (or any of my characters) a question for a chance to win! Comment on this blog post with questions, or send them to my email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Either way gets you entered.
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