Spreading love

Spreading love

Saturday, October 2, 2010


Author Nancy Lennea stopped by the Press box to tell us about her latest release from Red Rose Publishing, DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN.
K.T.: Describe the genre of this particular title, and is this the only genre you write in?
N.L.: DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN is a romantic suspense set in present-day New Hampshire. My last Red Rose Publishing release, SECRET LOVE MATCH, a contemporary romance, also contained a lesser amount of intrigue. A dysfunctional family, an absent father set on kidnapping his child, and the vastly different age and professions of my hero and heroine makes for a great romance. In my newest release, I incorporate a young woman—Destiny Blake who is bothered by two local men intent on garnering her attention—but I have her fall for an older art history professor, whom she saves on a mountain trail. A murder, a stalker, and her hot and cold relationship with Jacob come together during an icy snowfall on her mountain. I also write paranormal romance as Nancy Lee Badger at www.nancyleebadger.com and www.RescuingRomance.nancyleebadger.com.
K.T.: Why have you become a published author?
N.L.: As a mature, married, mother of two wonderful adult sons, my high-stress job as a 9-1-1 dispatcher needed an outlet. A way to let off steam, I suppose. In the wee hours of an overnight shift, I was fond of reading newspapers and paperbacks. When I took pencil to paper to try my hand at writing, several fellow dispatchers were gracious enough to help. Their editing suggestions and camaraderie led to the creating of DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN. The simple joy of creating characters and making them come to life aided me when my husband and I toyed with the idea of moving closer to family. When we actually pulled it off, I became a fulltime writer.
After selling two other manuscripts, I took DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN out of the drawer. Using skills I learned at workshops and conferences I polished it, submitted it, and sold it!
KT: Tell us about yourself.
N.L.: As a writer, I use memories to bring my stories to life. I use recollections from my years at college in New Hampshire where I met my husband. I reminisce about my years as a volunteer EMT and firefighter in a small, rural town surrounded by New Hampshire’s White Mountains. A couple of paramedic-firefighters figure in the story…imagine that! Hiking fills the opening chapters of DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN and I had the good fortune to hike both Rattlesnake Mountain and Stinson Mountain in Rumney, New Hampshire as well as many trails in the larger White Mountains to the north. Twice I led my cub scout pack on a twenty kilometer hike across various trails. I have hiked to the base of the famous Rumney Climbing Cliffs to rescue fallen climbers. It’s no wonder a hike in the woods is an integral part of DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN.
Book Blurb
In a quirky college town surrounded by the mountains of New Hampshire new art history professor, Jacob Oliver, hikes a trail on a crisp September morning. He contemplates his life. Divorced and forced out of his job with the Boston Police due to a horrific accident, he spots a naked woman beneath a majestic waterfall. Escaping, he falls and reinjures his knee.
Destiny Blake hears a noise. Someone is on her mountain. She finds a handsome man sitting in the mud. Love blooms and lust consumes them after she helps him to the safety of her cabin. Soon, assumptions pull them apart, leaving her vulnerable to the unwanted attentions of other men.
When Jacob decides he cannot live without her, he must save her from a madman who chases her up her mountain through the cold, snowy darkness of a November night. Ghostly voices push Jacob onward, and urge Destiny to fight back. Pain, hypothermia, and death threaten before the sun rises. Can Destiny and Jacob make it off Destiny's mountain...alive?
A shout jerked her to the present, and then two large hands grabbed her around the waist. Her rescuer and she spun together and landed with a thud against a brick storefront. A milk tanker truck barreled down the empty street. The whoosh of air brakes and the truck’s horn added to her momentary disorientation. The passing vehicle’s bulk blew hot air into her face. Blinded, she tried to jerk free of her savior. He held tight.
“Are you trying to kill yourself? Let me know now so I don’t risk my life again,” said a gruff masculine voice. He dragged her into the alley.
“Jacob? Let go.”
“Are you for real? Didn’t you see the truck?”
She shook her head then realized his gaze followed the rise and fall of her chest. Before he could move or say another word, she leaned in and kissed him. So he couldn’t pull back, she curled both arms around his neck. So he couldn’t retreat, she wove her fingers through his wavy hair and held tight.
Her tongue entered his warm mouth and made him groan. She pressed her body tight against his. He tasted of coffee and smelled like cinnamon toast. When he pushed the length of his body against hers and pressed her hard against the wall, she felt the solid bulge of his arousal. He still desired her.
“Destiny,” he said, “we mustn’t do this. I’m sorry.” He pulled away and freed his lips from her mouth.
“Why shouldn’t we be together?”
He didn’t answer. Instead, he pushed back from the wall, turned, and walked away.
Author BIO
Nancy grew up on New York’s Long Island then attended college in the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire. An avid downhill & cross-country skier and hiker, she worked during college in their dining hall while earning a degree in art education. After meeting her husband there, they raised a family in a small, nearby town. She volunteered as an EMT/firefighter on their small fire department then worked for the State of New Hampshire as a 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Dispatcher. Retired from public service, Nancy now writes full time, lives in North Carolina, and is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, Celtic Heart Romance Writers, and Sisters-in-Crime. She also writes paranormal romance, such as her recent release, DRAGON’S CURSE, as Nancy Lee Badger. Visit that website at www.nancyleebadger.com or her blog at www.RescuingRomance.nancyleebadger.com.
K.T.: How can my readers buy your book?
N.L.: DESTINY’S MOUNTAIN is available for download from Red Rose Publishing.
The buy link is: http://bit.ly/a4NOHE
Visit my website at: www.nancylennea.com
Visit my blog at: www.nancylennea-inlove.blogspot.com

Monday, September 27, 2010

CURLING UP catching on

Here's Got Erotic Romance Reviews' evaluation of Curling Up:
''Awesome a love story that involves curling. And I am serious---I love curling. Mr. Bishop has the definite knack for writing a love story that involves sports. He is able to talk about a reader may not understand but do it in a way that flows and is exciting..... Yes I would read this one again and yes I will read more by this author.''

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Hello everyone:
Curling Up was reviewed by GotEroticromance.blogspot.com.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


I was recently a guest at Molly Daniels' blog. Here's the link:

Monday, July 12, 2010


Author Nancy Lennea stopped by Sports Romance to promote her latest book, Secret Love Match.
K.T.: What’s the first thing you did when you received word you’d sold a book?
NL.: I stared wide-eyed at the e-mail from Red Rose Publishing in disbelief, then scratched my head. What book are they saying “Congratulations” for? It was August 29, 2009. Diving into my office closet, I whipped out my binder for SECRET LOVE MATCH. Yep, I’d sent them the manuscript for consideration in October 2008! SECRET LOVE MATCH , which was released on June 25, 2010, is my third completed manuscript and I was already working on number 6. I calmly discussed the contract with family, filled out the papers, mailed it away, and took my husband and youngest adult son out for dinner!
K.T.: Who is your favorite character in your book and why?
N.L.: I love Taylor Adams. I wrote him first. I saw him as this older guy looking back on life. He’s turned forty and has money, but nothing else to show for it; no wife, no family, no career. His five years of fame on a TV Space Western ended 15 years earlier. Hi’s decided to follow his dream and be on the big screen. Of course, Becka appears and everything changes and for the better. I like how he goes from a stuck-up Hollywood has-been to her knight in shining armor.
K.T.: What part of the book is the easiest for you to write? Why?
N.L.: The beginning is easiest because I have all these stories running around my head screaming to get out. Then I have to stop and fill out a storyboard so I know where my characters are headed. Then I keep writing until the end.
K.T.: What part of the book is the hardest for you? Why?
N.L.: The end. This is when the revisions start. Every time I read my stories, I find another way to describe something, or a better way for the story to flow. I finally have to say STOP. Then, an editor will come along and change it all.
K.T.: What made you pick tennis and the Olympics as your heroine’s dream?
N.L: I grew up in Huntington, New York, on the north shore of Long Island. We lived within walking distance of the beach and my parents scrimped and saved in order to join the Bay Hills Beach Club with its sandy beach, lifeguards, swimming lessons, locker rooms, playground, movie night, and tennis courts. I remember taking lessons and playing with friends. I continued playing for fun through high school and into college. I never thought to play professionally. I just wanted to have fun!
K.T.: How does being an athlete keep Rebecca Delacourt from obtaining her hero?
N.L.: Becka, as I call her, is earning her way as a pro at her parent’s posh Glen Cove, NY Country Club. She refuses to give up her life’s dream to capture a spot on the United States Olympic tennis team by falling in love—like her mom did. Her mother, a former TV actress, gave it all up for love and a family. At 21 years of age, Becka feels she has a lot to look forward to and not one minute of that includes a man. I loved making her fall for Taylor.
K.T: Are you very sports minded?
N.L: I grew up somewhat gangly. I enjoyed lacrosse until my shins turned blue. I liked volleyball, but I ended up sliding over the floor a lot. I did manage to be the best archer in my high school gym class. I ended up teaching archery to kids at a day camp, so I guess that went somewhere. After I married my lacrosse-playing college sweetheart, I helped keep score when he coached Little League. After the birth of our two boys, I watched my sons when they played either soccer or baseball. Today I am a great NASCAR fan, though I’ve only attended one race and that was while I worked as a Track Team EMT. I walked up and down the stands with a medical kit wearing earplugs. Exciting! My goal is to watch a race as a spectator. The best I can do is watch it on TV.
K.T.: Having achieved your goal to be a published author, what is the most rewarding thing?
N.L.: I enjoy every minute spent with other aspiring authors. Whether with my local chapter of Romance Writers America, or on-line with several writer groups, I feel their pain and celebrate their triumphs. Only another writer can truly understand the loneliness surrounding this vocation. I hope my openness and attentiveness to others helps someone achieve their goals. That is the ultimate reward. I am NOT in this for the money.
K.T.: What hobby do you enjoy when not writing?
N.L.: Reading. Traveling while I read. Swimming while I read. Eating while I read…you get the picture. I belong to a local Romance Book Club http://briercreekromance.webs.com. We meet on the second Wednesday of the month at the Brier Creek Barnes & Noble in Raleigh. Made up of HCRW writers as well as local readers, we have a blast! I have read genres I might never have tried because of the monthly ‘picks’.
N.L. BIO: Nancy lives the dream. After growing up in Huntington, New York, and raising two handsome sons in New Hampshire, Nancy and her husband moved to North Carolina where she writes full-time. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Celtic Heart Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, and Sisters in Crime. She also writes paranormal romance such as DRAGON’S CURSE from Whispers Publishing as Nancy Lee Badger: www.nancyleebadger.com
Visit her website: www.nancylennea.com for more excerpts.
Visit her blog for the latest news: www.nancylenne-inlove.blogspot.com. You Tube book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k21mhLa-0Nc.
SECRET LOVE MATCH is available now from http://redrosepublishing.com
Red Rose Publishing buy link: : http://bit.ly/diHVbn
“Hi,” he said. He stopped opposite the low bench, not intruding on her space. His hands lay motionless at his sides. One fist gripped the borrowed tennis racket against shorts that suddenly grew tight. He slid his other hand into his front pocket to camouflage a growing bulge before taking a slow, steady breath. She might not approve of a rampant erection making its presence known so early in their relationship.
“Hi, yourself.”
“Could I challenge you to a set?” Taylor kept his voice calm while his chest pounded from a sudden desire to run the other way. What the heck was going on? Where had his macho Hollywood persona, built to perfection during cattle calls and late night parties, gone?
With another deep breath, he watched her thinking. He could almost detect her mind as it quickly evaluated the man standing in front of her.
“I see you’re considering my request before answering.” He hoped he wasn’t out of his league, here. Yes, he might be twice her age, but he kept his body trim and healthy with daily workouts. He jogged wherever he happened to be, no matter where he traveled. He’d cut out smoking long before it was in vogue to do so and had slowly cut out the drinking. His friends might not agree with that statement.
Yeah, I still have a way to go with that problem.
He hadn’t joined Alcoholics Anonymous. He didn’t follow their teachings. He’d take a drink now and then, but he no longer drank to excess.
He towered over her. Her eyes flashed with desire as she checked him out. Is she staring at my hair?
During his show’s run, the studio added white-blonde highlights. He’d detested the look, but the fans loved it. Gray hairs had so far refused to make an appearance.
Her gaze settled uneasily on his face. Supermarket tabloids touted his eyes as his best feature. They described them as “The deep blue of the night sky just before sunset.”
Get real!
He fought the urge to laugh aloud. Contacts kept his vision going strong. The blue-tinted lenses made the color even more intense, but he didn’t wear tinted ones due to vanity. In all honesty, they were easier to find when he dropped one.
He took pride in how his skin pulled tight across his jaw and he still had all his hair. His slightly crooked grin was legendary due to the show. His smile, perfected on his television show, had turned women’s heads for years. He hoped it worked on this cute blonde.
“I was going to have lunch with my parents, but…”
Why did she hesitate? Listening intently, he waited to see how she’d finish her sentence. Surely playing with him would make better use of her time than a family get-together. Maybe the little beauty is hungry.
Hopefully she is hungry for more than just food.
He didn’t want her to starve, but he could certainly persuade her to get to know him better. After that, who knows where they may end up?
“Could you delay fifteen minutes or so? Won’t they wait? It’s such a lovely afternoon. My host is attending to business. I came here to play tennis, but if my partner-in-crime doesn’t show up soon, I’ll have to leave without my exercise. Please?”
Crap! Now he sounded desperate. She gazed over his shoulder at someone before returning her attention to him. Then she smiled. His heart thumped inside his chest.
“Okay. I can give you one set. Then I have to eat before I leave for an afternoon appointment.”
Her bright smile flashed a heated spark straight to his groin. She set her water bottle back down on the bench and grabbed two tennis balls. She tossed them his way and Taylor caught both then stuffed the balls in the back pockets of his tennis shorts. She grabbed two more.
“As a guest of the country club, why don’t you serve?”
“How do you know I’m not a member?” he asked. “Am I wearing some kind of sign across my chest?”
“You mentioned your host is off somewhere.”
Dropping her gaze to his waist, she walked to her side of the net. Was she admiring how he filled out his shorts? Their cut left little to the imagination. Only fair since he had quite the imagination concerning her. As he made his way to the service line, he smiled at her quick deduction that he didn’t belong here. Nodding to her, he bounced the ball twice, set his feet by the right-hand serve box, and swung the racket. Relief flooded his body when the ball made it over the net and landed on his opponent’s court. It wouldn’t do to embarrass himself in front of her so early in their relationship. They hadn’t even exchanged names, yet.
In a flash, she flew across the court and the return volley sailed past his racket. He watched as the bouncing bit of yellow hit the court inches inside the fault line.
She got me.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010


Greetings, everyone:
I interviewed the day after the Fourth of July at Kat Holmes' website. Here's the link: http://katluvr130.blogspot.com/2010/07/summer-bash-day-5.html?zx=1435b5d6f6f7e7e

Thursday, June 3, 2010


Isis Rogers, the heroine in the College Love 101 Series, dropped by the Press Box to visit with Author K.T. Bishop before school started in 1991.
K.T.: Thank for you dropping by.
Isis (frowning): It's about time you invite a girl in here. Everything's been about Arnaz.
K.T.: Now we're on the subject, tell me about your relationship with him.
Isis: Where do I begin?
K.T. (snorts): At the beginning.
Isis: Even though we're four hours apart, we manage to make it work. We take advantage of the small amount of time we have together, like the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays and summer vacation. I think that makes us click. We're there for each other, despite trying to finish out school.
K.T.: Was it love at first sight?
Isis (sticks out her right hand): Hell no! When I first met Arnaz, I thought he was overbearing and obnoxious. I wanted nothing to do with him. He was like that fly buzzing around the picnic table at a Fourth of July Barbeque.
K.T.: What changed that?
Isis: He didn't give up and wore me down. Once I looked into his deep brown eyes, I was hypnotized. Another look at that slender body because we're about the same height didn't hurt matters either. A lot of guys get intimidated by tall women, but my Arnaz did not. He still pursued me. That's why I am in love with him. He allowed me to overcome my insecurity over being tall.
K.T.: Enough about the love affair, tell us about you.
Isis (Claps her hands): Thought you'd never ask. I am a Cajun princess who lives in New Orleans and attends homestanding Xavier University. I major in pre-medicine and planning to become a pediatrician. My family's well known in New Orleans. My dad played for the New Orleans Saints. I have a brother who plays at LSU and will be in the NFL someday.
K.T.: You and Arnaz come from different ethnic backgrounds.
Isis (giggles): You know what they say, opposites attract. Seriously, I don't flaunt my heritage in his face. I am not one of those people looking to hook up with someone because they have lineage. I'll quote one of my favorite songs from Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Someone to love me for me: “All I want is for someone to love me for who I am, not for materialistic things.” Arnaz loves me, not the money. For that, I am grateful.
K.T.: Where do you see yourself ten years from now?
Isis: Hopefully, married to Arnaz and starting my practice.
K.T.: Hope it works for you both.
Isis: I think it will. He'll graduate one year ahead of me and that's an advantage. We can be together when I start med school. I wouldn't mind juggling the role of a wife and med student, if we both compromise. We have to cross that bridge when the time comes.
K.T.: Thanks for your time.
Isis: Thank you for having me.

Friday, May 28, 2010

MEET.... Arnaz Booker

Arnaz Booker, the main character in the College Love 101 series, dropped by the Press Box to discuss life and love with Author K.T. Bishop in 1991.
K.T.: Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule.
Arnaz: Not a problem. Always glad to talk with my role model.
K.T.: Tell us a little about yourself.
Arnaz: I am a senior at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, majoring in Journalism. By the way, Stillman's a real college, its not Hillman from the Cosby Show and A Different World. I work part-time at the Tuscaloosa News and live at home with my mother.
K.T.: Seems that you're living the life of a typical college student.
Arnaz: My life is far from perfect.
K.T.: In what way?
Arnaz: I don't like discussing my family business with non-relatives, but I just found out my father's alive.
K.T.: I bet that sucks.
Arnaz: (rolls his eyes). No kidding. It's just something I have to deal with, I guess. Life's never easy, you know. On top of trying to graduate with honors, find a job and a long-distance relationship.
K.T.: Okay, I see how this is making you uncomfortable. Let's change the subject: tell me about your girlfriend.
Arnaz (face lights up): Isis Rogers, the most beautiful woman I ever seen. When I first laid eyes on her at that pre-med program at Fisk University two years ago in Nashville, I burned my little black book. There was no other woman that came close in comparison. I pursued Isis until she became mine. She's brillant and a future doctor who attends Xavier University in New Orleans.
K.T: A long-distance relationship that works. Glad it worked for someone.
Arnaz: It's not easy. We only see other for holidays and parts of the summer because of our busy schedules. If I had to go back in time, I'd do the same thing. Isis is worthy of pursuing. Besides, it wouldn't hurt to have a doctor around to take care of you.
K.T.: If you could spend a day with someone living or dead, who would it be?
Arnaz: Martin Luther King because the way he fought for blacks to be equal with whites. I've heard so much about him from my mother, who saw him in Birmingham, and met members of the King family.
K.T.: What's your ultimate goal?
Arnaz: Follow the path you set. Land a reporting job at a newspaper, and write a book someday. Hopefully, I'll marry Isis someday. She becomes a doctor and we live happily ever after.
K.T:Hope it works for you. Enjoyed the interview.
Arnaz (gives a half shoulder hug): I'm optimistic we can work something out. Great chatting with you as well.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Here's the cover to my latest release, which comes out next month at Red Rose Publishing:

Saturday, March 27, 2010


Good Morning everyone. I talked with the talented ladies of Rose and Prose this morning. http://rosesofprose.blogspot.com/2010/03/kt-bishop-guest-spotlight.html

Friday, March 19, 2010

CURLING UP at Moonlight, Lace and Mayhem

I was a guest at Moonlight, Lace and Mayhem today. Go to http://moonlightlacemayhem.blogspot.com/2010/03/phantasm-friday_19.html and comment.....

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Curling Up with.......

I appeared on Sapphire Phelan's blog and discussed Curling Up, my newest release.
For a look at the interview, go to:http://is.gd/9DEYY

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Say hello to ..... Sapphire Phelan

Sapphire Phelan, author of erotic and sweet paranormal, fantasy, and science fiction romance, dropped by the Press Box. One of her books, Being Familiar With a Witch. just made EPIC Awards 2010 finalist. She also writes as Pamela K. Kinney.
K.T. -Thanks for dropping by; please tell us about your latest book.
S.P.-- That would be two. Being Familiar With a Witch, which is an erotic urban fantasy published by Phaze Books that is a finalist for the erotic paranormal romance category for EPIC Awards 2010 (winners will be announced at the EPIC Conference in March) and Unwitting Sacrifice, an erotic Lovecraftian horror novella, published by Under the Moon.
K.T. -What can we expect from you in the future?
S.P.-- I will have an erotic paranormal romance short, Ain’t Nothin’ Like Succubus Lovin’ coming out this Spring from Phaze Books.
K.T. -How do we find out about you and your books?
S.P.-- Right now my website I use as Sapphire Phelan and my other writing name, Pamela K. Kinney at http://FantasticDreams.50megs.com I am thinking getting a website just for me as sapphire Phelan, but I will post on the Fantastic Dreams one the link if and when that happens.
K.T. -How would you describe the genre in which you do most of your writing?
S.P. --Paranormal, fantasy, urban fantasy, and science fiction romance, plus erotic horror (besides Unwitting Sacrifice, I had a horror erotica short story, “Jack” published in a horror magazine about three years ago).
K.T. -- What motivated you to start writing?
S.P. -- I read books since I was really young and at age 8, I wanted to be a writer. I got published in 1972 at age 17 with poetry, in a poetry magazine.
K.T. -What kind of research do you do? Depending if I need to understand lions for S.P.-- Beast Magic, or learn demon names for Being Familiar With a Witch, I look up things. Same for myths and legends that I can use for a story.
K.T. -Do you have a set schedule for writing or do you just go with the flow?
S.P.--Generally I like to write during the week, during the daytime the best, but I have done writing on weekends and at nights, if need be.
K.T. -Where do your ideas come from?
S.P.-- From my own imagination. I just think of what hadn’t been done before for a storyline or what if? then the story forms there.
K.T. -Who, if anyone, has influenced your writing?
S.P.-- Ray Bradbury, Shirley Jackson, Barbara Cartland, Victoria Holt, Madeleine L’Engle, Anne McCaffrey, Edgar Allan Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, plus many more.
K.T. -What is the most rewarding thing about being a writer?
S.P.-Hearing from readers that have to tell you they enjoyed your books. After all, in the long run, it is they that you write for, besides yourself.
K.T. -Please tell us about yourself (family, hobbies, education, etc.)
S.P.-- I like to make and wear costumes (historical, TV/movie related and original) to conventions, crafts, read, write, act (done film and stage as Pamela K. Kinney), bake, Mexican and Oriental--esp. Sushi, watch movies or DVDs with my husband, horseback ride (though hadn’t done in quite a while), go to scifi conventions, b een to college twice in my life and my two cats, Bast and Ripley.
K.T. -Are there any words of encouragement for unpublished writers?
S.P.-- Just keep writing and submitting. Join a writer’s group or find a great critique partner, and learn all about the craft of writing, plus the business side too.
K.T. -- Where else may readers find you? Other sites, since you gave out your website earlier?
K.T. -- Now for something fun:
Chocolate or vanilla? Chocolate!
Erotic or inspirational? I like both. I just like to read.
Favorite color? Purple.
Favorite paranormal being? Werewolf, plus all shapeshifters.
Favorite mythological being? Dragons.
Do you like science fiction, fantasy or horror? Enjoy all three genres.
All time favorite book? The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson and Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury.
Favorite TV show? Supernatural.
Favorite Movie? Avatar, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, The Haunting (1963), and LOTR: Return of the King.
What makes you laugh out loud? A good comedy.
If you could go anywhere in the universe where would that be? Another planet. I think that would so cool.
A secret fetish? If I told you, it wouldn’t be a secret then, would it?

Friday, January 22, 2010

Curling Up!

Here's the Cover to my new book, Curling Up, which will be released on March 25 at Red Rose Publishing.