song of the week. 4/17.

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Happy Monday!!

I feel like there hasn’t been a #SOTW in FOREVER, but I’m happy to be back with another one that’s been on repeat and may (or may not ;)) have nothing to do with the project I’m working on. But it’s definitely a JAM I think everyone needs to check out.

So enjoy the music!

But most importantly, enjoy the week! πŸ™‚

paperbacks.

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I finally have a few of my titles available for purchase in paperback!

If you’re someone who is interested in growing your book collection, or if you know someone who is still anti-eBook, click the pictures to purchase a copy!

You can also purchase signed copies at all of the events I’ll be attending this year, which you can learn more about here.

song of the week. 2/27.

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Is it just me or did February zoom past?

I suppose it is a few days shorter than the others, but anyway…. lol

This week’s #SOTW is one that I feel captures Knox’s personality to a tee leading up to where we see him in An Encore for Love.

If you missed the most recent sample sunday, here’s the link.

And if you read it, then I think this song will make a little more sense. πŸ™‚

song of the week. 2/6.

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So one of my FAVORITE things about writing A Rehearsal for Love was writing the dance scenes. Even though I don’t consider myself a dancer, I’ve always been amazed by those who are talented enough to do so. And it was soooo much fun to be able to watch choreography videos on YouTube to make sure it would actually make sense when written lol.

Of course, since that was my favorite thing about that book, it’s only right that it would also be my favorite thing when it comes to An Encore for Love. So for this week’s #SOTW, I decided to share the first song you’ll get to read about Knox and Amerie dancing to.

(insert flame emojis lol)

Enjoy the week!