Congratulations to Cheryl Casting, you are the winner of Duke of Sin by Adele Ashworth. I’ll be contacting you for your snail mail address or you can email me at skully @ skullybuzz dot com. And thanks everyone, for the help on my new bio! I’ve gotten it written, and it will be revealed when my redesigned website is up sometime next month!
Next up, I have an autographed copy of Lori Handeland’s Any Given Doomsday. This is the first in her new Doomsday series. I loved it as much as I loved her werewolf series. You must type in your email address to be eligible for the drawing. I’ll also add you to my newsletter for updates on all the fun stuff and releases, too. I’ll announce the winner on the June 15th blog! Good luck!
Okay, shameless self-promotion, which I can do because it’s my blog! Fair Game is out tomorrow! And I just got my author copies on Saturday. It’s got such a sexy red cover and my name is really big on the spine, too! Stands out on the shelf whether it’s face out or spine out. Fair Game is Josie’s story. She’s Faith’s cousin from The Fortune Hunter and Show and Tell. And her hero is Kyle Perry. They have some very sexy times together. Though I don’t profess to be writing literary material, I do try to provide more than just a bunch of hot sex. In Josie’s story, I bring out a couple of issues I’ve faced in my working career. First is the life-threatening illness of a coworker, how you deal with it. And second is the Peter Principle. This is a business principle I learned about in college which basically states that people are promoted to the level of their incompetency. Meaning that you’re really good at this job, so they promote you to that job, and suddenly, you’re not so great anymore. And yes, I experienced that, too. Being a good Cost Accounting Manager did not mean I was going to be a great Director of Materials. Thank God I realized that before my bosses did. So give Fair Game a chance and see how Josie handles these issues, including how she mixes business with pleasure–that naughty girl–and the delectable Kyle Perry.
I’d love to hear about any of your difficult work experiences you’d like to share.