Secondly, I'm giving away a signed copy of my YA swimming romance Streamline at Ensconced in YA. Christina interviews me and links to her 4 star review of Streamline.
Part One of my interview is HERE.
Part Two of my interview is HERE
Finally, it's time to finish the meme The Next Best Thing where I answer questions about my current work-in-progress: On Best Behavior.
I'd hoped to finish by now, but you know how that goes. I guess I haven't been on my best behavior when it comes to conquering writing distractions. ;-) I am pleased to have written 93K words though, and I'm still hoping to finish in 2012.
Here are the last two questions for The Next Best Thing:
Who or what inspired you to write this book?
That's easy. My muse is actor Wentworth Miller, who I envision as the series' hero Grant Madsen.
*swoons* Grant Madsen has a sexy singing voice, is kind-hearted, and is tall and lean like Wentworth.
I even have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to his beauty HERE
What else about your book might pique the reader's interest?
Hmm, how can I entice new readers to the series? Did I mention that handcuffs make a reappearance? Hee hee. This time Grant battles the Russian mafia and Sophie fights to make a psychology career for herself post-prison. On Best Behavior features psychotherapy with Grant's teenage nephew Ben.
I love to torture my characters but I also believe in happy endings!