Friday, September 13, 2013

The Chef's Choice Released

The Chef's Choice is now available on Smashwords. The price is $1.99. Please follow the link for a free sample or your copy. 

Peter Anjou is the Executive Chef at Jackson's Mark, South Texas' most famous steakhouse. He has everything he could possibly want out of life: a great job, amazing friends, female companionship whenever he wants it. And Emille Carter. Everything he does is for her. 

So, when she literally falls out of contact with him, there's only one way for Peter to get his world back into equilibrium. He needs to meet her wherever she stands. 

The most embarrassing night of Emille Carter's life is followed up with the most frightening news. She has been slowly living herself to death. Determined to save herself, Emille decides to change her own life. One of the casualties of her changes is her relationship with Peter. 

If he wants to be a part of her life, Peter needs to care for her more than he has ever cared before. Emille doesn't believe he can do it. Peter is determined to try. 

Thank you for your continued patience. Next up is The Wright Choice. If you don't know who the characters are, please pick up your free copy of Reckless Prudence, where you'll be introduced to the starring couple, Kellie Reid and our favorite bartender Nathanael Wright. From the writer's perspective it's interesting to see what has been going on over at Nate's place, Wrongdoings. 

Monday, September 9, 2013

Thank You Reader

This is the week of my thirtieth birthday. It should be a time for me to celebrate my life and the experiences I've had so far. Normally, I'd go all out. However, these past few years have been tough. More and more I've come to resent the fact that another year has passed and I am not where I want to be at that whatever age I happen to be marking.

My expectation for 'thirty' is very different from the actuality. I thought I'd be getting dressed to the nines in preparation for a night of misbehaving. The reality is a little backyard barbecue at home. Surprisingly, I couldn't ask for anything more.

Or so I'd thought, until I was surprised with something even better. A review was left on Smashwords by Newsmashreader for The Finish Line. I won't go into the details of what was said, but this is the first public I have EVER received and is treasured as such. A little word of encouragement goes a long way. If you ever make it to this blog, I'd like to thank you Newsmashreader for taking the time to pass on a word.