Do you follow other book blogs and, if so, who are your top 3 bloggers?
I follow many book bloggers, either via Google or social media. However, I couldn't pick a top three as I don't read any regularly, due to a complete lack of free time for such things. That said, I will click through if a tweeted/shared link captures my interest. But that's haphazard and is by topic/book rather than by blogger.
I’m supposed to begin by introducing myself, but that seems a strange task when everyone already knows me, by one name or another—something for which I’ve longed almost my entire life, though certainly not in the way it came about.
From page 56:
There was something rather sexy about the way my hands glided
over the material as I ran them along my outer thighs. I’d believed the move surreptitious, but Ellen’s brief yet visible smirk soon robbed me of that delusion.
Super for You, Bad for Me
Struggling actor Oswell Outterridge thinks he’s hit the jackpot when he’s chosen to play a scene opposite his idol, Kane Teague, in a superhero movie. However, things take an unexpected turn when the slime he accidentally ingests gives him telekinetic powers. Then Kane asks him out, against all expectation, and it seems that life couldn't get any better—aside from the little matter of keeping his identity secret from his celebrity boyfriend.
Oswell goes from a nobody with little social life and few prospects for the future to dating the man of his dreams and using his superhuman abilities to defend innocents. Everything is perfect, and it seems he’s finally achieved a happily ever after worthy of the silver screen. But when a supervillain arrives, determined to defeat Oswell and win Kane's affections, everything falls apart. In the ensuing conflict, Kane gets caught in the crossfire, and Oswell faces his toughest fight yet. Can he remain the hero he’s always imagined himself, or will a dark desire for vengeance change him forever?
I hope you will forgive me for sharing my own book this week. It released on Tuesday, so I have been rereading it as I prepared for the blog tour and other promo. Actually, it's been great. It's nearly a year since we completed edits, so it's been fun to read the story again and reconnect with the characters after such a long break. :)
It's great to hear about your book. Congratulations.ReplyDelete
Well done - that looks like a fabulous book. I love the opening.ReplyDelete
Congrats on your book! Thanks for sharing...and here's mine: “THREE THINGS ABOUT ELSIE”ReplyDelete
I like the way the phrasing is used. It seems to read well! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the new book. It sounds good. This week I have As Death Draws Near by Anna Lee Huber - a historical mystery. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
That books sounds like so much fun!!ReplyDelete
Doesn't sound like my kind of book. But congratulations on publishing! See what we're featuring at GIrl Who ReadsReplyDelete
Congratulations on your book! I love that beginning! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)ReplyDelete
That's awesome. Congrats! This definitely sounds like a fun read.ReplyDelete