I got my cover for Giving Chase! I love it. Nice and sensual and my Kyle has a goatee and thank you, Scott for finding a cover shot with a man who has one!
Giving Chase is a contemporary romantic suspense that’ll be releasing at Samhain on June 27. I love getting covers! Scott did my cover for Second Chances, too (another cover I love).
And on a totally ‘nother topic, why the hell does Tom Cruise wear that leather jacket everywhere? I mean, he wears it to every interview, every press conference. I don’t get it. It’s not even that attractive of a jacket to begin with. Is he trying to look young and hip? If so, *BUZZZZ* you lose, Tom. You just look like a tool.
I’m reading an anthology, or I was, I think I’m done now, and it makes me think about what a friend said to me about novellas the other day – she said the ending of Sleight of Hand seemed rushed compared to my other books. Of course my other books range from 70 to 100K words and SOH was 23K or so. I love writing novellas, they’re fun and as a reader, you have to approach them knowing they’re not going to have the same level of detail you get with 70K words. But still, there has to be some level of detail, especially if you write a suspense plot. It’s an art I think, writing very short. Some authors kick butt at it like MaryJanice Davidson and Megan Hart. Other authors? Eh, not so much.