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The Write Cast – episode 10

© Angellodeco | Dreamstime.com - Microphone on live

© Angellodeco | Dreamstime.com – Microphone on live

It’s the most wonderful time for the year – unless you have to shop for somebody who is hard to buy for.

Let Drew Kozub, J.H. Moncrieff, and I help you with that. The Write Cast is pleased to present Gifts for Book Lovers as a free podcast.

In case you don’t have time to listen to the whole thing (but you should, because we had a lot of fun with this one), let me sum up. You can never go wrong with post-its 🙂

A free read from the Crazy Cat Ladies

ccl-wooing-coverThe Crazy Cat Ladies boxed set is coming out in a few weeks (although pre-orders are up now!), so we are offering potential readers a free download to whet their appetites. “Wooing the Cat Lady in your Life is available as a free download!

Nine world renowned cat experts are offering free advice on how to impress the cat ladies and their pets.

If you enjoy that and want to make sure you don’t miss out on your Crazy Cat Lady collection, here are the pre-order links. (Nine stories for only $0.99 – the price will be going up after release day.)

 

Amazon US – http://bit.ly/CCLAmzUS
Amazon AU – http://bit.ly/CCLAmzAU
Amazon CA – http://bit.ly/CCLAmzCA
Amazon UK – http://bit.ly/CCLAmzUK
iBooks – http://bit.ly/CCLiBooks
Nook – http://bit.ly/CCLNook
Kobo – http://bit.ly/CCLKobo
Goodreads – http://bit.ly/CCLGoodreads

One week from today…

I will be helping register people for ROMANCING THE CAPITAL, in Ottawa, Ontario with the ever-awesome Sadie Haller.

The event has sold out, but there is a FREE BOOK FAIR OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON SATURDAY, MAY 7th FROM 2 to 4 PM. If you are in the area, please come by and say hello! I’ll have paperbacks to sell, AND a free giveaway!  Plus, there are 50 other amazing authors who would love to meet you. Seriously, bring a friend. You’ll both score big!

Long Weekend Plans (and free review copies!)

We are coming up on the long weekend – what will you be doing?  If you think you might find a quiet corner to curl up and read, I have an opportunity for you. I have a limited number of review copies of SCREEN IDOL available for member of my Facebook readers room (The Next Chapter). If you haven’t found Hollywood to Olympus yet, or would like to introduce a friend to the series, now is the time! Join the group and leave me a comment!

All I ask is that recipients post a review on Amazon.com, and wherever else they like.

Sexy handsome playboy outdoors with shirt open revealing hot body and nice abs

Sexy handsome playboy outdoors with shirt open revealing hot body and nice abs

SCREEN IDOL

Sydney Richardson should have trusted her instincts and locked the door when a Greek god appeared on her doorstep at sunrise. After months of work, she needs every second of the day to wrap up a two-part fundraiser for burn victims like herself and she can’t afford to waste time with a TV hunk, no matter how good he looks in a toga.

Chris Peck, worshipped by millions as Zeus on the hit drama Olympus, desperately wants to prove to the producers of a soon-to-be-cast romantic comedy that he doesn’t need fight scenes or special effects to make the jump to the big screen. Acting as the slave-for-a-day in the show’s fan appreciation contest was supposed to cement his everyman credibility but the winner wants nothing to do with him.

Chris is captivated by the woman who refuses to fawn over his looks and fame, and he promises to put her fundraising efforts over the top if she’ll spend the day with him. However, just when he convinces Sydney they could have a chance together, the movie’s producers offer him an audition that would mean breaking his promise and leaving Sydney in the lurch. The king of the gods has until sunset to prove to his new off-screen love interest that Hollywood magic and reality can co-exist.

Happy Pie Day

Happy Pie Day!   As you know, March 14th is Pie Day, because it’s the first thre digits of Pi.  Douday is double Pi Day. If you round up, Pi is 3.1416. And today is 3/14/16 (if you use the American date system).  So everybody, have two pieces!