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What’s your San Francisco story?
What’s the craziest story you have about the weather?
What’s the most romantic thing you experienced this week?
What’s your worst poem?
What’s your favorite snack of summer?
What was the last war story you heard?
When was the last time you got stuck somewhere?
So sorry not to have only sporadically posted over the past few weeks. Crazy busy with Winnemucca’s release, conferences, travel. Wanted to share some good news! Just got my first five-star review on Amazon UK! Squeee! But, I’m back to my regular posting now. Hope you are all having a fabulous Summer:)
What was your last twisted thing?
What’s your best road trip story?
I’m doing a giveaway to celebrate Winnemucca’s release! Swing by any of these blogs to leave your answer and enter to win one of 5 Kindle copies of Winnemucca or a $15 Amazon Gift Certificate!
What did you dream about last night?
What’s your treasure?
When’s the last time you got burned?
Where was your best trip evah?
What was the last misunderstanding you had?
What new trick have you learned?
[all commenters this week will be entered to win a $15 gift certificate to Amazon.com and an ebook version of my debut novel WINNEMUCCA, a small-town fairy tale about a teenage girl's enchanted road trip to her true self no matter who or what tries to stop her. Click here to view the trailer. ]
What was the last brave thing that you did?
Tell us the last time you went weak in the knees?
Winnemucca is a young-adult small-town fairy tale about a teenage girl’s enchanted road trip to her true self no matter who or what tries to stop her. One edition is digitally signed by me with a donation to The Wounded Warrior Project.
One mistake will change Ginny’s life forever.
One answer will set her free.
Once upon a time Ginny’s road blood ripened, the day she got wise to love. Engaged to the high school quarterback, his quarter-carat ring and enchanting smile should have been enough for her. But, she stands him up and takes a walk where every step questions her happily ever after gone-bad and the fate of the mother she never knew. The mother her father refuses to talk about. Ginny fights to untangle her big, fat, lie-of-a-life on an enchanted road trip to Winnemucca, where she believes all her answers lie. She must solve the riddle of her past and outrun everyone who wants a piece of her future, including a man determined to see she never has one. When fear’s as blind as love, how far would you go to find the flesh-and-blood reality of your own happily ever after?
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And, now, for today’s question:
Have you ever written a love song?
What’s your favorite ghost story?
What’s your next big thing?