|Posted by mandybaggot on March 5, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (5)|
This week on In The Sack I have Harper Impulse author, the lady with the gorgeous guy on her front cover, Caroline Storer!
Thank you, Mandy for having me here. As a fellow HarperImpulse writer I’ve been following, and reading, Mandy’s books for a while now. Made In Nashville is a delicious read! Like Mandy, I’ve got a real fetish for handbags. I’m not one for clothes shopping (once a year if I can get away with it), but when it comes to handbags I’ve got loads. Birthdays, Christmas and the ever changing seasons are always an excuse to buy one (or two).
I’ve been writing “properly” since 2007 when I decided to take myself seriously as a writer. A few up and downs (that’s life after all) I finally got “The Call” in October last year when Charlotte Ledger of HarperImpulse rang me to say she loved the book I had sent in via their website submission page. I write mainly historical romances, but my laptop currently has several contemporary romances and a futuristic romance begging to be written. I live on the beautiful (but windy) island of Anglesey in North Wales. I’m married to Colin, who luckily for me is a whiz in the kitchen – a boon for a writer on a deadline. I’m an Environmental Health Officer (EHO) by day – which can be quite a challenging job sometimes. But I get to meet a lot of interesting people – all grist to the writer’s mill.
I used to live in London and Essex and that’s where I met my husband – a true Eastender (he was born within the sound of Bow Bells at Whitechapel Hospital). But Wales called me back (my family live on Anglesey) and I returned “home” in 2002. Whilst I’m half Welsh (mother) and half English (dad) I can’t speak much Welsh. But saying that I can understand most of what is being said in the office.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel widely – my dad was in the RAF (which is where he met my mum as Anglesey is home to RAF Valley). My younger brother was born in Germany, and we used to live in Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf.
The Roman: Famous charioteer, Aulus Epidius Marsallas wants revenge against Justina Philipus - the only woman he’s ever loved, but who’d betrayed him by becoming his uncle’s mistress. Forced to meet Marsallas for the first time in six years, Justina is shocked at the changes she sees in him. Gone is the carefree youth she once loved, now replaced by a hard muscular stranger. But there is no denying the attraction that still flows between them, and when his uncle dies, Marsallas offers sculptress Justina a challenge – a bronze stature of himself, and his four horse chariot, to be displayed at the Circus Maximus. Justina knows that this commission is just what she needs to make a name for herself, and give her the freedom she covets, so she accepts Marsallas’s challenge. However, Justina is unprepared when Marsallas states one further condition – she must become his mistress. But Justina has a secret, she’s still a virgin, she just hasn’t told Marsallas yet…
When I was younger I used to hate anything pink. Then I didn’t! Now my latest bag is pink, as was the one before that! I spotted it in a local shop just before Christmas whereupon I dropped a lot of unsubtle hints to my better half. Imagine my surprise (not!) when I opened up my Christmas present from Bob (my dog – he’s very good like that is Bob) to find the same pink handbag I had recently admired. It’s quite roomy but not too big - I tend not to buy huge bags anymore as they get filled full of stuff (junk) and I then start to get a serious backache carting it around! It’s not a designer label (unfortunately) but I love it. (I must admit if I ever win the lottery I would seriously indulge my addiction for designer handbags!)
My handbag reflects my day to day life as a writer and an EHO. I also have a Samsung Galaxy phone but I took the photograph with it!
Doggy poo bags. For a small dog, Bob don’t half go through them
Works (very old) mobile phone.
ID and swipe cards for work.
Flea spray – I bet there aren’t many women that carry flea spray in their handbags! Occupational hazard I’m afraid. I go to a lot of dirty houses (well the BBC does make films about us – “Life of Grime” and all that!) I tend to spray myself before I go in any of the houses I visit as a precaution. I do think I have become a bit obsessed over the years, but I once did an inspection of a house and infested myself with fleas! The house had over 20 cats and an eccentric old lady living there among all the squalor – I think you get the picture!
Rubber gloves and hand sanitizer – again occupational hazard.
Tissues. For the obvious, but also needed to stuff up my nose if I go into a particularly smelly house!
Notebook – for writing down ideas for plot holes and new stories.
My pink purse – I kind of like that the colours match. Again my love of pink is reflected in the colour of my purse. Unlike bags I tend to keep my purses until they are falling apart. I’m very fussy about purses. They have to be “right” and hold everything and the kitchen sink before I buy a new one.
Thanks for having me, Mandy. It was fun!
|Posted by mandybaggot on March 3, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (1)|
Today I'm welcoming Safkhet Publishing's author Jim Webster to The Lady's Lounge.
When a journalist is shot down in a backward area of Tsarina, Haldar Drom of the Governor's Investigation Office is sent to investigate. He uncovers a hidden medical facility dedicated to the production of Abate, a drug used for population control, as well as evidence of the implantation of pre-created embryos in women brought to Tsarina for the purpose. He also discovers a deeper plot with far reaching political ramifications. A senior member of the Governors family, Doran Stilan is running a personal feud with the major pirate/Starmancer Wayland Strang. Indeed he begins to suspect that Stilan may even be angling to take Stang's place.
The medical facility is destroyed after it is attacked by mercenaries hired by Strang, and Drom has to travel off world to untangle the treads of the conspiracy.
Arriving back on Tsarina, he has to deal with a failed Starmancer attack, punish the guilty and arrange for Doran Stilan to get what's coming without undermining the position of the Governor. To do this, he'll need skill, know-how and a whole lot of luck to ensure that the guilty face justice.
About the book
Sum up your latest book in no more than 30 words!
Nice chap on planet at edge of galaxy, with limited budget, attempts to maintain law and order and keep up standards at the same time.
What was your inspiration for this novel?
It’s a story that just grew. It all came out of the mental picture of a space ship, moving at speed at tree top height following a river. The story grew out of the explanation.
How do you write? Are you a pen and paper person or a laptop lover? Do you write from start to end or merge scenes together as they come to you?
Occasionally I’ll jot stuff down on paper, but I’m a ‘desk top computer’ person, I dislike laptops, perhaps because when they came out they weren’t very good. I’ll mentally chew ideas over, work out what’s going to happen, and then I’ll just sit down and write it. I tend to begin at the beginning and keep going until I get to the end. But what will happen is that I’ll go back and add stuff in, or alter stuff so it fits the changes that have happened since.
If you were in charge of casting who would play your hero in the film adaptation and why would they be the best choice?
This is a tricky one. I’m the sort of person who never watches the film credits, has no interest in actor’s names and doesn’t watch telly, so I haven’t a clue about any current actors.
About the author
Where do you live and who with? Cats? Children?
In South Cumbria with my wife, dog, sheep, cattle.
Favourite band/singer – have you seen them in concert?
Difficult, if we take the albums owned it has to be the Eagles with Fairport Convention a close second. I’ve seen them in concert twice.
TV – are you a drama lover or a soap devourer? Or does comedy tickle your fancy more?
Don’t watch TV and even when I did I didn’t watch soaps. The last thing I made a habit of watching was comedy, ‘Last of the Summer Wine.’
You’re allowed to take THREE items to a desert island – which THREE things could you not live without?
I’d probably want the desk top computer with a good internet connection. I like desktop machines; they don’t follow you about hassling you to check facebook or your email when you’re working. They sit quietly where you left them and allow you to get on with real life. But I’ve got a lot of friends all over the world and this would allow me to keep in touch. I’d also be able to get hold of a lot of books that way as well.
I’d also like decent coffee. I’ll happily settle for a grinder if you promise me coffee growing on the island.
I’m really stumped for the third one. I’ve never been particularly acquisitive. Throw in a decent billhook and a pair of decent dyking gloves (which is what I spend a lot of my winters using) and I’ll probably be able to get by.
Quick Fire Quiz
In my novel ‘Knowing Me Knowing You’ Kate and Joel take part in a relationship contest a bit like ‘Mr & Mrs’. I thought it would be fun if you could answer their quick fire questions and readers of the page can make what they will from your answers! Choose one from the following pairs e.g. savoury or sweet based on your gut reaction to the words. Remember it’s quick fire!
Savoury or Sweet?
Action or relaxation?
Up or down?
Tea or coffee?
Nightclub or wine bar?
Ferrari or Porsche?
No Landrover? I’ll take the Ferrari then
Truth or dare?
Gym or bed?
Flower or tree?
Hot or cold?
E-book or paperback?
Michelle Obama or Nigella Lawson?
Thank you for joining me, Jim!
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 28, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (4)|
Welcome to Her Best Four Letter Word Blog Hop, celebrating the publication of two HarperImpulse titles: Eve Devon’s ‘Her Best Laid Plans’ (contemporary romance) and Zara Stoneley’s ‘Love is a Four Letter Word’ (erotic romance).
Look out for the deets for TWO GIVEAWAYS via Rafflecopter and using the comments section on this blog at the end of the post.
ABOUT ‘HER BEST LAID PLANS’ by Eve Devon
Blurb: Love is what happens to you when you’re busy making other plans…
The Totally Perfect Life Plan of Amanda Gray
Step 1 – Take total control of own destiny and avoid getting too wrapped up in the details.
Step 2 – Definitely do NOT kiss gorgeous bad-boy businessman who doesn't know how to live life without scheduling it six months in advance, even if he is absolutely irresistible.
Step 3 – Don't even THINK of accompanying him to London as his PA to enjoy steamy encounters in a metropolitan paradise.
Step 4 – Absolutely, positively, whatever you do- do NOT fall in love with him…
ABOUT EVE DEVON:
I love connecting with readers. Find out more about me or stop by for a chat:
ABOUT ‘LOVE IS A FOUR LETTER WORD’ by Zara Stoneley
Take one rich girl who has a thing for the bad boys.
Take one tough guy who thinks possession is nine-tenths of the misery law.
Mix generously with a land dispute and a whole lotta lust…. And what have you got?
Sometimes being bad can be just too good to miss.
ABOUT ZARA STONELEY:
To find out more about Zara and her books, please follow the links:
GIVEAWAY: Goodie Bag Contents: All the perfect ingredients for a girlie reading experience…
10.00£/$ Amazon Gift Voucher (to purchase delicious ebooks)
Her Best Laid Plans Beaded Bookmark (for a touch of book bling)
Love is a Four Letter Word Beaded Bookmark (for a touch of book bling)
Her Best Laid Plans/Love is a Four Letter Word Linen Bag (to keep all your reading experience ingredients together and handy for those urgent date night clothes shopping trips)
Bottle of Bubbly (for if you don’t like hot chocolate/tea)
Hot Chocolate/Tea Drinking Goodies (for if you don’t like bubbly)
Chocolates (no explanation required!)
Nail Varnish/Nail Files (for that break between reading books!)
And it’s all inside a lovely HarperImpulse bag!
Due to the content of the prizes, all entrants must be over 18. If the winner does not reside in the UK, some items may be substituted with others of an equal or greater value due to individual country restrictions
No purchase is necessary, all answers will be available on the publisher’s blog, retailer sites, or the authors’ blogs, websites or Facebook Pages.
GIVEAWAY ONE: Answer Eve and Zara’s questions using the Rafflecopter:
To be in with a chance of winning the Goodie Bag you need to answer the two questions below.
Question 1: What is the hero’s name in ‘Her Best Laid Plans’?
Question 2: What is the hero’s name in ‘Love is a Four Letter Word’?
Don't know the answer? Check out Zara's Facebook page today - www.facebook.com/ZaraStoneley
All correct entries will be put into the grand draw for the Goodie Bag. Winners will be announced on March 6th HERE
GIVEAWAY TWO: Win an iBook Voucher every day of the hop by taking part in:
Her Best Four Letter Word…to describe the best place to read
Leave your best four letter word (no profanity, please) to describe the best place to read in the comments section and a winner will be chosen to receive an iBooks Voucher for a HarperImpulse title (please note if your first choice is not available you may have to pick another!). The winner of today’s competition will be posted at the end of the blog hop on 6th March. Only ONE iBooks voucher is available each day, if the Blog Hop is visiting more than one blog then ALL entries for the day, from all participating blogs, will be entered into the daily competition.
Good Luck and we hope you enjoy Her Best Laid Plans and Love is a Four Letter Word
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 26, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (4)|
This week on In The Sack I have the wonderful Harper Impulse author and the brains behind the Harper Impulse Written Fireside stories, Lori Connelly!
I was born and still live in Oregon. Despite being a good student, my teachers complained about my tendency to daydream. The tales dancing through my imagination were frequently far more entertaining than real life. As far back as I can remember I made up stories, to calm my sister after a nightmare, entertain myself in boring classes and write in countless notebooks, many never again to see the light of day. I earned a BS from Eastern Oregon State College and married my best friend almost twenty years ago. I’ve three brilliant, handsome sons, one amazing daughter-in-law, a beautiful granddaughter and two spoiled dogs. When not writing I love to read, hike, camp, rock hound, and take long walks with my husband just after it rains.
Blurb: As sheriff of Silver Creek County, Matthew Marson’s job is to look after his town. But when he fails to protect the most important person in his life, Claire, from an attack, Matt feels as though he will never be able to forgive himself.
Her husband-to-be’s newly found overprotectiveness drives the headstrong Claire from his arms. She can’t see a future with a man who won’t allow her to follow her dreams.
In a small town where everybody knows your name and your business, it’s impossible for the pair to stay apart, especially as Claire finds that she can’t completely turn her back on the lawman that she loves.
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 21, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (0)|
It's been a VERY HAPPY February as this is my second publication day this month! 6th February saw the release of Made in Nashville and TODAY my brand new short story is part of the RNA anthology, Truly, Madly, Deeply!
My story, One Night, is based on a short story I wrote when I was nineteen. I had a crush on someone who wasn't your traditional hottie. In fact he probably had the worst hair, the worst dress sense and the biggest Jack-The-Lad attitude ever! But it was Mick Hucknall Syndrome. You know it's downright wrong to fancy him but you just can't help yourself!
There was something about him, something intriguing, alluring, that drew me towards him. I have to say now that nothing ever happened between us but there was always that 'will-they-won't-they' frisson whenever we met.
So that's the story behind the story now all you have to do is buy it! There are 34 other romantic stories in the DIGITAL edition and here is the link you need:-
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 20, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (2)|
Thank you so much for letting me showcase my forthcoming steamy action-romance novel SHANNON’S LAW. It’s the second in my PASSION PATROL series - stories where sassy female cops lock up the criminals and always get their man.
February marks the start of my “Pinterest Reveal Virtual Book Tour” in the run-up to the launch on the 28th February 2014.
Every day there are feature posts on topics relating to SHANNON’S LAW on blogs all around the world. They’re all linked together on one big Pinterest Board. Each post replaces a ‘mystery’ silhouette that was posted in January. I saved all my notes and photos as I was writing, on a private Pinterest Board and now I can share them with you.
Today’s subject is: Musical Inspiration for Shannon’s Law - Elvis
There are some things on the earth so huge that one dare not attempt to apply any of one's own weak misguided words. Obviously Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Winston Churchill, David Beckham, Richard Wagner, Albert Einstein and Simon Cowell all belong to that group. That elite, with many others of your own choosing, could never form a big enough crowd to fall outside the shadow of one man. We all know who that is. Ladies and Gentlemen – Elvis Presley has briefly returned to the building.
As I write this feature I glance up at my gilt framed photograph of Elvis in his white one piece. This image has watched over every word I've written in my career. I was fifteen when he died but I remember exactly where I was. It was a field in Kent where I was attending a girl guide camp. We were washing up our cooking pots in bowls supported by twigs lashed together to make a tripod. A leader had been to the local village and returned with the news. It was a bright sunny day, but all of us knew that above the sky, the stars had gone out. An icon had fallen and Love itself had lost a prophet.
Elvis features quite prominently in Shannon's Law. One of the characters performs “Can't Help Falling In Love”. Much later in the story an Elvis impersonator makes a huge contribution to the action.
In introducing the Elvis factor I wanted to express something about new and impossible love. Love is so much larger than life. Anyone who has ever fallen in that sweet chilli sauce knows that thrill as Elvis lifts the microphone to his lips as the keyboard starts that melody and the great man sings “Wise men say.....” Elvis steps outside the boundaries of taste or fashion. He reaches up for joy and translates it into words and melody. It is tinsel and it is brash but so are words of love. Shannon's Law features Princes and nobles but among them all, there is but one true KING.
Then he stepped across to the band as the keyboard picked out the melody of “Can’t help falling in love with you.” He took the mic. He began.
“Wise men say, only fools rush in but I can’t help falling...”
Some people were singing. Some people were crying, including her and Selena who had come to hug her.
“He’s singing for you honey. This is a book. This is a film. This is total braingasm.”
Ladies and Gentlemen let me tell you that Elvis has never left the building of my heart. If you're a fan I recently bought the DVD Elvis Lives. The 25th Anniversary concert Live from Memphis. I do recommend it. His original band and singers are reunited on stage and play live alongside remastered video footage of The King in concert.. Not for nothing is Elvis an anagram of ‘lives’.
Wild child inner-city cop Shannon Aguerri walks a dangerous line between her methods and justice. When the bosses lose their nerve, after yet another maverick mission, she is transferred to green pastures to play out the role of a routine village cop. When she encounters signs of slave and drug trafficking she homes in on serious millionaire criminals.
As a loner she has attracted men but nothing has stuck. When she meets Spencer, the hunky and widowed Earl of Bloxington, there is an immediate rapport between them. Their social differences mean nothing to their passion and need.
Already in the mix is an upper class female rival – who has long plotted her way into the Earl's bed. The jealousy is an evil shade of green and the anger is a violent scarlet.
Often inhibited by a sense of duty and honour, Spencer is slow to reveal his feelings. When Shannon confronts him with the need to choose between her word and that of her rival, he does not immediately support her.
All issues are set aside, when they are forced together to carry out a desperate rescue mission. Their love is stronger than everything ranged against them.
SHANNON’S LAW comes out on February 28th 2014 in print and digital formats for all e-readers.
Amazon are offering some great discounts for pre-orders of the paperback version
See this post and others from my tour as they go live on Pinterest
Follow Shannon’s Law on Facebook
Visit the Shannon’s Law Website for book details and pre-order information.
Win Amazon vouchers, copies of the book PLUS a free gift for every entrant (see prizes below).
ENTER DRAW HERE : Rafflecopter
The draw will be made at random, by Rafflecopter on the 7th March 2013.
In addition to SHANNON’S LAW, I’m launching a companion digital cookbook with illustrated recipes for all the meals from the novel.
It’s called COP’S KITCHEN - Read the love story and taste the romance!
To celebrate the launch of SHANNON’S LAW, there is a special FREE gift for you in my RAFFLECOPTER draw. As well as great, unique prizes to win, EVERY ENTRANT will get their own digital copy of – COP’S KITCHEN. There are many ways to get bonus chances – by commenting on this post, liking Facebook Pages etc.
ENTER DRAW HERE: Rafflecopter
Main Prizes in the Draw:
$30/£20/€25 Amazon Gift Voucher, 2 paperback copies of Shannon’s Law, 3 digital copies of Shannon’s Law.
Shannon’s Law comes out in paperback and digital formats for all e-readers on February 28th 2014.
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This post is part of the
“SHANNON’S LAW PRE-LAUNCH PINTEREST REVEAL
VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR”
Follow the other posts in February to see the background to the story unfold.
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 19, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (3)|
This week on In The Sack we have something a little different! Introducing In The Car! This is where men stash their stuff so it's a huge welcome to Harper Impulse author, Nic Tatano!
Boss Girl - releasing on 20 February 2014
Sydney Hack is the single, thirtysomething VP of news for a failing network… and she also has a taste for younger men.
She soon realizes a whole lot of over-thirty female viewers do as well, so she sets out to give these women what they want; a chiseled, trophy buck in his twenties sitting on the anchor desk next to a woman…
With nothing to lose she does the unthinkable; along with three female managers who happen to be her best friends she brings out the casting couch and turns it into a sleeper sofa. Doesn't matter that the men have no television experience. As long as they look good. And there’s a hint of romance in every newscast.
Ratings skyrocket as a result, but Sydney and her female cohorts discover something else along the way…
True love is not always age appropriate.
Okay, I realize this series of personal looks called "in the sack" is concerned with what a woman uses for a purse and what's in it. While I'm a guy and don't carry a purse (hey, give me a break, I write chick lit and that should be enough!) I work as a television network field producer, and therefore my car (male version of the sack) is equipped with some pretty bizarre stuff. Because you never know what you'll run into. Hurricanes, blizzards, floods, oil spills, etc.
The "sack" is a 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser.
WHAT'S IN THE SACK/CAR
-Crocs with holes (for covering floods as you don't want to walk in wet shoes and socks)
-bathing suit (for covering hurricanes, as you don't to walk around with wet underwear)
-two golf umbrellas (one for me, one for the camera)
-old shoes, jeans, shirts, jacket and coat you don't care if you ruin
-instant oatmeal (when you have a live shot at three in the morning, restaurants aren't open, so you use the hotel coffee pot to boil water)
-nuts & raisins
-sunblock, hats, chapstick, cough drops, Tums
When one is a freelancer and works for all networks, one must accessorize properly.
Catch up with all Nic's antics on his blog!
Thank you for sharing, Nic and for being my first chap on In The Sack!
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 17, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (1)|
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13th MARKED THE RELEASE OF
Braedric's Bane, Book IV in The Golden Key Chronicles!
Find out more about the final installment in this epic fantasy romance!
Advance praise for Braedric's Bane:
5 STARS from Comet Babes Books! Amazing 4th book. What more can you ask from a fantasy series--time travelling, costumes and even a fight. Add the sexy hero and it has everything you could want in a book!
5 STARS from Follow the Yellow Book Road! An epic fantasy, adventure and romance with a dash of comedy rolled into one fabulous book. I literally read it in one sitting.
To escape the clutches of the evil Wizard Gaelleod, Rowena and Caedmon flee to the future. With her memories intact and the help of her dear friends, Rowena is confident they can uncover the clues behind her connection to the key.
Yet Violet's dire prophecy does more than detail their history. Caedmon's worst fears are confirmed. Though they must return to his realm, everything he loves stands to be ripped from his grasp.
Join Caedmon and Rowena as they embark on an epic battle to protect the Austiere Kingdom and fight to safeguard their love in Braedric's Bane, Book IV of The Golden Key Chronicles.
Praise for The Golden Key Chronicles:
57 FIVE STAR REVIEWS on Goodreads
42 FIVE STAR REVIEWS on Amazon US/UK
Like the best fairy tales, Rowena’s Key captures the imagination and the heart with a bonus undercurrent of spicy romance. 5 Stars on Amazon
AJ, why do you have to write the most wonderful heroes? Aaaahhhh!!! Now I'm hooked and begrudgingly wait for Book 2. I can't believe this is happening! 5 Stars on Amazon
Crazy good! A total fan of the first book, the second did not disappoint at all. I swear I could smell leather while reading this book I was sooooo into it. 5 Stars on Amazon
I liked Rowena in Rowena's Key. Candra's Freedom just made me fall in love with her! Fierce and headstrong, she is everything a heroine should be. 5 Stars on Goodreads
I absolutely adored the first two in this series, with Rowena’s Key being one of my favorite romance reads of 2013, so I had high hopes (read: desperate cravings) for Caedmon’s Curse – it did not disappoint! 5 Stars on Goodreads
Honestly, if there were more than 5 stars, I would give them to Caedmon's Curse and the whole Golden Key Chronicles. So well written, the story flows seamlessly from one danger to the next. The romance between Caedmon and Rowena is sexy, honest, and fresh. 5 Stars on Goodreads
AJ is a multi-published, award-winning author who lives in the middle of a cornfield in NW Indiana. Her loving husband, two beautiful children and a bevy of spoiled pets have agreed to stay and, in exchange for three rations per day and laundry service, tolerate her lunacy. While she spend most days happily ensconced in crafting romance across a multitude of genres, an underground coup has been percolating. The dogs just informed her the cat is secretly vying for dictatorship.
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 8, 2014 at 2:00 AM||comments (2)|
I'm delighted to be taking part in Lynda Renham's fun chocolate day for her new release, Confessions of a Chocoholic!
You can join in the party and take part in all the giveaways here!
To celebrate I am giving away a signed paperback copy of my contemporary romance novel, Strings Attached.
To enter the competition you need to do two things:-
1. Tweet "Win @mandybaggot fab book here http://on.fb.me/1arX5pT Join us for fun and chocolate and lots of prizes #chocolate #launch @Lyndarenham"
2. Answer this question about me and email the answer to Chocolate@renham.co.uk
Question: What is my favourite food?
Clue: The answer can be found on my Amazon page here!
|Posted by mandybaggot on February 7, 2014 at 4:30 AM||comments (0)|
Holy hoe down! I can't quite believe it but I've lost my hero! It seems that after the excitement of yesterday's launch, Jared Marshall has leapt right out of my Kindle and is on the loose!
I've called Carrie Underwood and he's not with her, although she says she heard a Harley racing through her neighbourhood late last night.
Blake Shelton claims they had beers on Tuesday and Jared had several too many plus a wagon's worth of burritos.
Florida Georgia Line went cruising with him for his new video on Wednesday but haven't seen him since and Raintown are still waiting on his call.
Hold on, perhaps he's doing something with Vince Gill. I'll check Twitter...OMG I'm in trouble! He's hijacked somebody. This is really bad, he could get me fired, he could get arrested and believe me that's the very last thing we need.
Oh my! He's giving stuff away! Is that legal? Be quick! Jared Marshall has taken over the Harper Impulse Twitter account. Find out more here!