The writing is excellent, happy to see this story continue, this was still a GREAT read… but I expected, wanted more action from Jordan. Maybe the scene is being set for the next book? Perhaps.
I wanted to share a snip of something I’ve written this weekend, so grab a cuppa joe and settle in for a Sample Sunday!
This project is titled Leslie’s Curl & Dye. It is contemporary black romance, set in a small southern town. Tropes are Second Chance Romance, Enemies to Lovers, Small Town Romance.
Dueling salon owners with a history that hails back to their college days must overcome a long held animosity and work together to save the small town of Potter Lake, Georgia from a corrupt city government.
Today is your white page day! How will you fill this page? Make it more colorful, more unique, more YOU?
Grab yourself a mug of something hot and delicious and enjoy today’s sample. The title of this book is Leslie’s Curl & Dye, about two former college sweethearts who are reunited when one moves back to a small town and opens a salon in direct competition with the other. Kade Cavanaugh might be putting Leslie’s Curl & Dye out of business, but he’s hoping to win her heart back.
Just a little rambling about Indie Love in the A 2017:
More often than not, though, keeping quiet keeps me from depending on others for my motivation. I don’t want to need a cheering section to get things done. I don’t want to move only when prodded by an outside influence. I want to be moved by my goals and desires, by my own motivation, my own two feet.
Thoughts? Blog it, Gram it, Book it, Tweet it. Tag me! I’m Author_Dlwhite just about everywhere!
I stole this from someone else, but it’s always relevant to me! I can think of a hundred excuses for not writing and not a single reason to SIT DOWN, SHUT UP, and START WRITING.
I just be making up these hashtags. I don’t know if it’s #WipWednesday or #WritingWednesday or #WhateverYouLikeWednesday…. whatever. I found myself wanting to blog but not having much to talk about, so this’ll just be a check in and catch up post, for anyone who doesn’t follow me elsewhere about the Interwebs.
But… something about Gibson, a do gooder attorney who’s the black sheep of the family, and Vanessa, a former exotic dancer just trying to divorce her husband and move on with her life, that pushed me to tell their story. I’m always trying to answer the what-if: what if a woman fell for her divorce attorney? (I actually got this idea from The Golden Girls- when Blanche asks Dorothy who was the first man she slept with after her divorce, Sophia says, “The divorce attorney. It’s always the divorce attorney. It’s the oldest cliche in the book!”)