October 2, 2017

Ten Things I Love About You: 90s novella Cover Reveal


I am so thrilled to be part of this amazing set of stories and to have had the chance to work with this rock star authors as well as Janet Wallace and Regina Wamba of WaWa Productions.

First, the gorgeous cover by Regina Wamba...


And now a little something about the collection:

The 90s: The decade of AOL, Grunge music, the Gulf War, OJ Simpson trial, Friends, Seinfeld, Britney and Christina, tattoos and belly button piercings, Monica Lewinsky, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Tarantino movies. It was a decade of polarities and hilarity.
Those who reached adulthood in the Nineties were branded Generation X, and were labeled apathetic slackers and cynics. But, ultimately, this generation was called on to bridge the gap between old ideals and new technologies and ways of living.
These new adults had to find jobs, find themselves, and find love amidst rapidly changing landscapes online and off.
TEN THINGS I LOVE ABOUT YOU is a collection of ten contemporary romance, new adult, stand-alone stories set in the 1990s.
The title of each love story will be a hit song from the year that the novella represents, and are written, respectively, by award-winning and bestselling authors.
1990: "Nothing Compares 2 U" -- Michele G Miller + Mindy Hayes
1991: "More Than Words" -- Christina Benjamin
1992: "Jump" -- Micalea Smeltzer
1993: “Can't Help Falling in Love” -- L.A. Fiore
1994: “The Sign” -- Carey Heywood Author
1995: “Who Will Save Your Soul” -- Skye Warren
1996: “Always Be My Baby” -- Mary Ting
1997: “Lovefool” -- Katie M John
1998: "My Heart Will Go On" -- Tia Silverthorne Bach
1999: "Genie in a Bottle" -- Elise Kova
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And here's a little something about my story, My Heart Will Go On...

A car accident ripped her heart in two, and Kerry is still picking up the pieces. During the day, she focuses on Lucy’s, the coffee shop and cafĂ© she inherited from her parents. But she relishes the night, when she can live via dreams of the love she lost.

Then, Jase walks into her life, and she finds herself more drawn to reality. But tragedy and loss define her, and she’s not sure she can move on.

Can her heart mend so she can love again?
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What is your favorite memory from the 90s?

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