And now I have to celebrate my new title. That means TEH PROMO!!!! I think this month I'll pump up my mailing list.
Sign up for my newsletter and, if you're one of the first ten to respond, you get a free ebook. Just tell me which freaking book you want. Pick a title from Summer or Kate.
Send your email to katerothwell at gmail dot com. (clicking the little email link on the right works, too)
Put "sign up for newsletter" in subject and in the body tell me which book you want. Unfortunately I have to work on Summer Devon's page. It's way outdated. But pick a title and you'll get the ebook. I'm talking old and new titles--ebooks only.
And SEE? This is Easy-peasy! And I promise never to give your name to anyone else and to only to write to you when I have a new book out--a few times a year, in other words. I sometimes even include a recipe with my newsletter and it's usually an awesome thing featuring chocolate.
Much of the following is excerpted from my latest newsletter...
Hey, but before that, did I ever put this in the blog? I waited until the RT issue was off the stands. Anyway, it's the 4.5 star review from Thank You, Mrs. M from Romantic Times.
"This is a sweet, funny and emotional tale. This modern take on Daddy-Long-Legs, by Jean Webster, has wonderful, fully developed characters. The brief mention of sexual and drug themes contributes to the gritty reality of the character's world. This incredible story will appeal to adult as well as young readers.
But that was my book from last summer. Now we're talking about the latest release and that's not PG rated. Here's a quickie description:
Gia’s life takes a turn for the bizarre when she develops a connection with construction worker Will, and the connection is all sexual. Not only can she see and sense his fantasies, he can visit hers too. And for two strangers, they begin to have some pretty intimate daydreams about each other. Anger, and concern about the sudden onset of shared insanity, are thrust to the wayside when Gia and Will finally meet and find that even outside the fantasies, they can’t keep their hands off each other.
Some kind of weird lust is driving them—to mutually orgasmic results. While Gia’s loving it, Will just wants a normal life, but soon realizes they might never turn down the heat and return to normal again. And craziness aside, does he really want the “cure” if it means losing Gia?
In other news, I've recently co-written a couple of books with Bonnie Dee and we sold one of our titles to Liquid Silver. I think it'll be out in February.
**I think I feel both. Mostly I love you guys.