Thank you, Chelle Cordero for tagging me. You can meet her character at http://chellecordero.blogspot.com/2014/08/this-is-sudah-garratti-on-meet-my.htm
And I’ve tagged these amazing authors to do the same:Meet them Next Monday on 8/18 (click on their names)
Rae Lori -Author of scifi/fantasy novels
Pennie Mae Cartawick– Author of Sherlock Holmes short story/mystery novels
Hi Everyone! I’m back again doing the #8sunday with the Weekend Writing Warriors! I really enjoyed it the other weekend. I really loved reading the other snippets! This week’s excerpt from my debut novella The Trouble with Playing Cupid shows the scene where December’s best friend and agent tries to make up for her part in the failed love match.
“Yes, Clarissa? What is it?” She kept her voice cold.
“You can’t stay mad at me forever, you know.” Her best friend said anxiously.
“Well I’m just going to have to give it a good ol’ college try, now won’t I?”
“I’m sorry, okay? I shouldn’t have trusted Trace to handle that with tact and subtlety. It was my fault. Don’t blame Terrence.” Clarissa bleated.
“I didn’t. I knew it was you and that butthead from the start.”
Read more great snippets from my fellow Authors at WeWriWa’s blog
One New Year’s Eve, shy singer, December Brown drunkenly texts her talk show host pal, Trace Randall, about her long time crush on the aloof actor, Tom Elmswood. Thinking the two celebrities would make a cute couple, he unwisely decides to play matchmaker… in front of a live studio audience.
Things start to go downhill when Tom admits he’s never even heard of December before. Now what seemed like a sure fire hit quickly becomes a flop. Will these two lonely hearts ever make a love connection or has this cupid’s arrow missed its mark?
The Trouble with Cupid is now available on all Kindle devices #sweetromance
And NonKindle devices