Thursday, December 30, 2010

Success in Epublishing: Interview With Tess Oliver

As a newly epubbed author myself, I'm amazed by the success of the epubbed YA authors who have blazed a trail over the last year.  In this series of blog posts, I'll be interviewing successful epubbed YA authors.  I'm thrilled to be given the chance to pick their brains and talk to them a little more in depth.  If you have any questions, be sure to leave them in the comments section.

Safe LandingCamilleOur first epubbed YA author is Tess Oliver, who has had great success this year with her two YA titles, Camille and Safe Landing.  I've seen her books on Amazon and Barnes & Noble and saw her mentioned on Joe Konrath's blog as well.  Thanks so much to Tess for participating in our little forum and sharing her story!

How/when did you decide that epublishing would be your path?

I’d been spending most of my spare time writing middle grade and young adult fiction. I went to all the conferences, joined the SCBWI, and talked to the editors and agents at events. I received a lot of encouragement on my manuscript critiques and even some requests to see more, but I always got the same line “no place on our list for your book.” One big NY editor had one of my YA books for a year. Then I received a nice personal rejection from her. It made me laugh. I’d completely forgotten that she had it. I had two agents hold onto the entire manuscript of Camille for nine or ten months. One never responded again and the other finally responded with an email saying the market was already saturated with werewolf books. Have you ever wanted to yell at an email? A coworker and I did get a publishing deal with a big educational publisher for an elementary level science book. It’s written under my real name, but even that publishing credit didn’t get me through any doors. The querying process was like an emotional roller coaster and I needed to get off. Last summer break (I teach) I decided not to write anything new. I was starting to feel rather silly sitting on my computer writing all these stories that no one was going to ever see. And while I had no proof, I was pretty sure my husband was starting to roll his eyes every time I sat down to write. But not writing left a void in my life. I really missed it. That’s when my sister sent me the link to J.A. Konrath’s blog. I became a follower. (Is it just me or is he the hottest guy on the internet right now?) After that my incredibly clever sister sent me a link to Amanda Hocking’s books. She said,” This author is making it big with her YA books. You should give it a try.” So I figured it couldn’t hurt. My brilliant, beautiful daughter designed some covers and we uploaded the two stories I thought would sell the best.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

YA Review: City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare

City of Ashes (Mortal Instruments)Title:  City of Ashes (second book in the Mortal Instruments series)
Author:  Cassandra Clare
Ages: 14 & up
453 pages
Personal Collection - Purchased at Target

Synopsis:  In the second book of the Mortal Instruments series, Clary is back with all of her demon-fighting friends.  Her mother remains in a coma in the hospital.  She's working on a relationship with her good friend Simon, despite the fact that she still longs for Jace, the boy she discovered was her brother.  Her father, the naughty Shadowhunter Valentine, is back to cause more trouble as he rounds up the Mortal Instruments in his quest to take over the world.  Faeries, werewolves, vampires, demons, and warlocks all make an appearance in this second novel.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

New For 2011 - YA Book Reviews

Recently I've received some requests for book reviews.  I thought to myself...I don't have the time, they're not in my preferred genre, etc. and so I turned them down.  But the more I thought about it, the more I realized I'm already a major book pusher.  If I like something, I'll let you know.  I'll review it on Goodreads, I'll tell everyone I know about it, I'll buy it for family members as gifts, I'll force my friends to take my copy and read it as soon as possible.  And being that I'm always looking for ways to bring more books to readers (the Bookaday program), I thought that I really might be missing out on something.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Adventures in Epublishing: The Importance of Reviews

For a new and unproven author, reviews can be extremely helpful in spreading the word about your book and provide new readers with the confidence that their money is well-spent.  However, I don't believe that they are always a deciding factor.

I currently have 8 very positive reviews on Amazon, and 3 very positive reviews on Goodreads.  These numbers are quite small compared to others who have hundreds of reviews.  I'm very lucky that my readers enjoyed what they read and have given me very positive reviews.  That has hopefully helped new readers choose my book on Amazon.  Yet on Barnes & Noble, where my online sales are beating Amazon this month, I have NO reviews, not a single one.  And people are buying there based on nothing more than the description and the price, I'm guessing.   But I'd love to see if more reviews translate into more sales...if anyone out there has given my book a read, please don't forget to post a review!  It can be our little experiment. 

I've been witness to books (not my own) receive some poor reviews and yet still go on to sell excellent numbers, so I think it's interesting that readers are not necessarily deterred by poor reviews. 

Fellow ebook authors have also mentioned another way to make your book more visible is to offer it up to book bloggers/book reviewers online and let them post a review.  It appears that many book bloggers have quite a large following, so a good review on one of these sites could be really helpful.  I've submitted to two book reviewers so far, but haven't had a review from either yet.  They get awful bogged down with requests, I'm sure, so it's probably going to take a little while.

What about you?  Have your reviews translated into big sales?  Did you see a boost from having a books blogger/reviewer give your book a thumbs up?  I'd love to hear your success stories!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Happy Holidays!

I hope that you and your families enjoy the next few days and that they are filled with fun and food!  And here's hoping that many of you receive Kindles or Nooks...happy ereading!  See you next week!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Vestal Virgin by Suzanne Tyrpak

Vestal VirginVestal Virgin - Historical Suspense

Elissa Rubria Honoria is a Vestal Virgin--priestess of the sacred flame, a visionary, and one of the most powerful women in Rome. Vestals are sacrosanct, sworn to chastity on penalty of death, but the emperor, Nero, holds himself above the law. He pursues Elissa, engaging her in a deadly game of wits and sexuality. Or is Elissa really the pursuer? She stumbles on dark secrets. No longer trusting Roman gods, she follows a new god, Jesus of Nazareth, jeopardizing her life and the future of The Roman Empire.

• New York Times bestselling author Terry Brooks says,
“...a writer of real talent...a promising new voice.”

• New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen says,
“Suzanne Tyrpak weaves a spell that utterly enchants and delights. Her writing is pure magic.”

• A torrid tale of love, honor, and sacrifice pitted against horrific acts of murder, betrayal, and depravity. Rife with intrigue and brimming with exquisite detail, Vestal Virgin is a deftly paced masterpiece of historical fiction. I hope Tyrpak is planning another foray into this ancient world . . . and soon!
— Eldon Thompson, author of The Divine Talisman

Available on Kindle and Smashwords – 99 cents through January 1, 2011 –after that 2.99

Suzanne Tyrpak ran away from New York a long time ago to live in Colorado. Her debut novel is Vestal Virgin, suspense set in ancient Rome, available on Kindle and Smashwords—and soon to be released in trade paperback through Amazon. Her collection of nine short stories Dating My Vibrator (and other true fiction) is available on Kindle and Smashwords. J.A. Konrath calls it, “Pure comedic brilliance.” Her short story Downhill was first published in Arts Perspective Magazine. Rock Bottom is published in the Mota 9: Addiction anthology, available on Kindle. Her short story Ghost Plane was published by CrimeSpree Magazine. Venus Faded appears in the anthology Pronto! Writings from Rome (Triple Tree Publishing, 2002) along with notable authors including: Dorothy Allison, Elizabeth Engstrom, Terry Brooks and John Saul. Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers awarded her first prize in the Colorado Gold Writing Contest, and Maui Writers awarded her third prize in the Rupert Hughes writing competition.

Suzanne's blog: “Who’s Imagining All This?”


Link to Amazon Author page:

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Adventures in Epublishing: Time to Write

I'm only officially two days in, but I'm enjoying my Writer Break (as I've dubbed Winter Break) immensely!  I've written almost 5,000 words in 2 days, crossing the 30,000 word mark on my latest YA novel, a vampire piece titled Bloody Little Secrets.  Being that I pretty much have no plans for the next two weeks off, I hope to finish this book by the time I have to go back to school.  I've been pretty lucky, I get up around 8 or 9, eat a nice breakfast and head upstairs to write while the husband and daughter spend some quality time together.  It makes me so happy to just sit for an hour (or two, or three...depending on the day) and just get lost in the story.  It makes me daydream about writing being my only job.  Okay, I do daydream about that all the time... I'm sure that's what we all desire in the end, though! 

A Book A Day For The Holidays: The Knot Artist by India Wilson


What happens after a terrible accident befalls a U.S. Senator in the Bridgehampton dungeon of the most expensive dominatrix on the East Coast, who specializes in rope bondage - and her world of being in control spins out of control?

Purchase Info: 
Special launch offer of 2-for-1 ($19.95) on the website until the end of the year, or on Amazon, or order at your independent bookstore

Author Info:
India Wilson is the pseudonym of an author who also chooses to remain anonymous- many are wondering whether this is a roman a clef - but India is happy to interact with reviewers and readers through the book website or directly

Contact Info: has the first chapter available for free download; also,

Monday, December 20, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: The Prince of Bryanae by Jeffrey Getzin

Prince of Bryanae - Fantasy

After over a century of valiant service, the elven soldier Willow has buried her past so deeply that even she has forgotten it. But it hasn't forgotten her. Now old enemies have found her and have kidnapped the Prince of Bryanae before her very eyes! Considered by most of Bryanae to be a traitor and coward, Willow must confront her fears and plunge headlong into the heart of the enemy empire to rescue the Prince and return him safely home.

An army of fierce warriors stands in her way, led by the mad and seemingly immortal Warlord. Willow must use every resource at her disposal if she is to save the Prince, even if that means relying on the headstrong and lovesick Private Tamlevar, the inscrutable winged mage Suel, or the dashing but devious Captain Snyde.

Willow has been honing her combat and weaponry skills for over 150 years. Now it is time to put that practice to good use. The fates of four races and two kingdoms hang in the balance.

"Fresh and strong and full of energy!"
- New York Times Bestselling author R. A. Salvatore

"Getzin makes you feel like a part of the intricate and fascinating world he's created. This is solid storytelling and spicy yarns. Once inside, you won't want to leave."
- Mike Freeman, author of The New York Times notable book Bloody Sundays

"This is a splendid book full of adventure and a sympathetic character in Willow. The story has heart and excitement. I'd recommend it to anyone who loves a rollicking good fantasy. Jeffrey Getzin is a writer to watch."
- Billie Sue Mosiman, author of Legions of the Dark

"I recommend [Prince of Bryanae] to anyone who enjoys a good story with nonstop action and suspense, combined with strong, memorable characters and an imaginative setting."
- Scotti Cohn, author of Liberty's Children

Formats available in: Kindle, 6” x 9” 

Purchasing information:

Kindle version: $3.99 at

Softcover version: $19.99 at, and also will be available on

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Feature Your Book On My Blog - Bookaday

I so enjoyed my experience with the Book A Day For The Holidays promotion, that I've decided to make it a permanent feature here on the blog.  Beginning January 1st, I will offer up my blog for your book, on the day of your choosing (first come, first serve, of course).  After your day is up, you will be listed in the Bookaday Bookstore, where people can continue to peruse titles after they've been posted.  I'd love to continue posting all genres and age groups, so please check out the Bookaday Bookstore tab for submission information and get those book titles to me.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Adventures in Epublishing: Pricing Experiment

One of the joys of being a master of your own work is the ability to adjust prices, if you see fit.  While I'm confident of my $2.99 pricing at,, and, I felt that maybe the price I had set for Amazon UK might be too much.  I went with Amazon's original suggestion and had Amazon UK match the US price, setting the UK price for 2.99 GBP.  The customers there are also charged a VAT (value-added tax) and the total price came to 3.44 GBP.  I've sold ONE copy in the UK, funny enough it was the first copy.

A Book A Day For The Holidays: The Second Virgin Birth by Tommy Taylor

The Second Virgin Birth 

Do we have the technology enabling Christ to be born again of a second virgin mother? The book follows the life of a little girl in Alabama who goes completely insane at the age of six and is confined to a state mental hospital. In a strange twist of fate, she is chosen, "by God," to become the mother of his son, the next Madonna in the second coming of Christ. Explore her life as there are those who adore and worship her and there are those who loathe her and will do anything to end her life before her son is born. This story is a true "can't put it down" book.

From the Publisher:
Rarely does a book come along that requires the reader to truly reach down into the depths of their very soul to think and answer questions about their own personal beliefs and thoughts. The Second Virgin Birth is such a book. It explores new ideas and concepts that could affect us all, and would affect us all, if events in the book ever come to pass. This book is a must read, a must discuss, and a must argue over. Prepare yourself to lose old friends and gain new ones.

The book can be bought at by clicking on this link:

or Mr. Taylor has generously offered you a special deal. Follow the link above and then click on used books. Find the ones that he is selling that he used in book talks. If you mention this blog when you order, he will send you a brand new signed copy instead of a used one. His seller name is ttaylor0.

You can read more about Tommy Taylor and his new book, The Second Virgin Birth, on the Goodreads website:

Thursday, December 16, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Hostile Witness by Rebecca Forster

Hostile Witness - Legal Thriller

First in the Witness Series
When sixteen-year-old Hannah Sheraton is arrested for the murder of her step-grandfather, California’s Supreme Court justice, her distraught mother contacts Hermosa Beach attorney Josie Bates to take the case. Once a hot-shot criminal defense attorney, Josie stepped off the fast track and doesn’t want to get back on. But there’s something about the troubled teenager that draws Josie to her. When Hannah is charged as an adult, Josie's own history of abandonment comes into play and she cannot turn her back. All the evidence points to Hannah but when the shocking truth is uncovered it could save the girl – or destroy them all.

Available for:  All e-readers

At:  Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo etc. /$2.99

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Adventures in Epublishing: Visibility

I was baffled this week when trying to figure out how my Barnes & Noble sales for the month of December were beating my Amazon sales.  Now I know we're talking small numbers, here, but even small numbers are worth investigating.  This month I've sold 5 ebooks at B&N and only 2 at Amazon.  I am still convinced that Amazon is the king of ebooks and I figure most people with ereaders have Kindles and not Nooks.  So why are my books selling better on B&N?

Monday, December 13, 2010

Adventures in Epublishing: Strategy

There are a ton of sales strategies out there for your ebook: contests, blogging, getting it to reviewers, forcing it on friends and relatives, etc.  But after reading a Joe Konrath blog post regarding Amanda Hocking's ebook success (as well as countless other articles) it's quite clear that the most important thing to do to promote yourself is to WRITE.  And get those books out!

The ebook authors that are selling well are in fact ebook authors that have multiple ebooks available.  The key is, first and foremost, to write an excellent book.  But not just one...many.

Friday, December 10, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Purpose by Kristie Cook

Purpose - Paranormal/Contemporary Fantasy

Lost in despair, Alexis teeters on the edge of an abyss, her lifeline of hope fraying into a thin thread. If it snaps, she’ll plunge into complete darkness. With the help of her son and her writing, she’s been able to hold on. Until now. Erratic impulses, disturbing delusions and her own demonic blood threaten her sanity. When she’s forced to choose between hanging onto hope or letting go to serve her Amadis purposes, she faces a decision with inconceivable sacrifices.

Alexis runs to the one place she thinks will provide answers, only to find herself at the center of another battle of good versus evil, not only with the Daemoni, not only within herself…but also against the worst opponent imaginable. But even if she wins, what will she lose?

Available in:  trade paperback and various eBook formats

Purchasing information:  $15.99 for paperback; $5.99 for ebook.

Pre-orders now at

Around 12/15, at and

Coming to all book and ebook retailers in January 2011.

The first book in the series, Promise, now available at all book and ebook retailers, including The Book Depository for free shipping worldwide.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Lifetimes Ago by Susie Schecter

Lifetimes Ago - A Love Story Inspired From Past Life Memories - Historical Romance

It is 1934 in Rensselaer, Indiana, when Elsie Wilkins meets John McDonald―a man unlike any other. After feeling an intense chemistry, Elsie cannot take her eyes off him. The handsome apprentice architect has swept the independent-minded teacher off her feet. Despite the fact that Elsie is still married to a man who abandoned her without warning, she and John begin a fervent courtship as all social mores fall away. As the Great Depression continues to wreak havoc around them, John and Elsie feel no hunger other than for each other. Just when their infatuation transforms to a powerful love, Elsie’s husband makes an appearance and suddenly, the joyful future they have planned is threatened.

Based on a true story of reincarnation supported by documentation.

Available in:  Hardcover, paperback, and ebook (Kindle, Nook, etc.)
Kindle: $7.99
Paperback on Amazon:  $16.20

Purchasing information:
Available on all online bookstores like Amazon; Barnes & Noble. Borders @ Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, South Coast Plaza and Tustin, California. You can also purchase on my website

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: The Year of Goodbyes: A True Story of Frienship, Family, and Farewells by Debbie Levy

The Year of Goodbyes: A True Story of Friendship, Family, and Farewells (Disney-Hyperion 2010) Middle grade - Nonfiction

This is the true story, told in verse, of a girl living in Germany in 1938. The girl and her family try to lead normal lives as the tide of anti-Semitism rises around them. Throughout 1938, the girl—my mother, Jutta Salzberg Levy—fills her poesiealbum, or autograph book, with verses, inscriptions, and drawings from friends and relatives. These entries are the stepping stones through the story of this wrenching, eventful year. Pages from the poesiealbum are reproduced in and woven throughout the book. The book has received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, and Kirkus, a Parents’ Choice Award, and was recently named a Kirkus Best Book of 2010.

Formats: hardcover book.

Purchasing information: $16.99 is the retail price. Available from all the usual places, online and in bookstores.   IndieBound
The Poesiealbum Project:

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Justified Sins by Brian Drake

Justified Sins - Action Thriller

When Sheila Webster’s husband is killed a after double-crossing the men who hired him to crack one last safe, she finds herself the next target. What her husband stole, he managed to hide, and now the men who hired him are after her to get the stolen goods back. There’s only one person she can turn to. Her foster brother. A dangerous man named Mr. Pierce.

Available in:
Electronic format. Print coming soon.

Purchasing information:
You may find the ebook at the Amazon Kindle Store,, or

Monday, December 6, 2010

Epublishing Info and Answering Your Epub Questions

I've now made the Adventures in Epublishing info more easily available on the blog.  I created a separate tab just for it at the top of the page, so all the articles I write pertaining to my epublishing experiences, or anyone else's, will be available right at your fingertips, no searching necessary.

I hope you find the information helpful, and I'm always happy to answer any epublishing questions you might have.  Bring them on!  I'll feature you in the response as well!

A Book A Day For The Holidays: My Fake Boyfriend Is Better Than Yours by Kristina Springer


A good friend comes before a boyfriend—be he real or not—every time.

Friendship can be hard sometimes, but so far in seventh grade, Tori Barnes’s BFF, Sienna Baker, is making life downright impossible. Forced into making up a boyfriend to rival Sienna’s, Tori is soon entangled in a whole mess of lies, and she knows that only the truth can fix things. With one of the most hilarious and authentic voices since Louise Rennison’s Georgia Nicolson, Kristina Springer’s new novel tackles issues near and dear to young girls: boys, popularity, and friendship.

Available in:  Hard Cover

Where to buy:


Barnes & Noble:  $11.51


 For more info:

Sunday, December 5, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Passions of the Dead by L.J. Sellers

Passions of the Dead - Mystery/Suspense

The fourth book in the Detective Jackson series!
A working-class family is brutally attacked in their home and only
one survives. Detective Jackson is assigned to investigate and soon uncovers
a blackmail scheme. But the forensic evidence is confusing, and the girl who
survives has no memory of the horrific event. When another home invasion
occurs, Jackson is confident they¹ve nailed the perpetrators. Yet the case
grows even more entangled. When the survivor disappears, Jackson fears for
her life, but can he find her in time to save her?

The latest Detective Jackson mystery will keep you enthralled right up
until Sellers hits you over the head with another shocking ending. Put
Passions of the Dead on your reading list! - Susan Whitfield, Logan Hunter

L.J. Sellers takes a contemporary news theme and spins a thriller that puts
you on the edge of your seat on page one, then keeps you there until the
last sentence. Superb! - Dani Greer, The Blood-Red Pencil

Print format: $13.99 ( and bookstores)

E-book: $2.99 (Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony iBooks)

L.J. Sellers

Saturday, December 4, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Mr. Shipley's Governess by Joanne Troppello

Mr. Shipley’s Governess - Inspirational Romance

Sophie Baird is looking for a way to escape the painful reality of her parents' deaths. Unable to live in their home any longer, she takes a job as a live-in tutor to Anastasia Shipley to remove herself from her painful memories and the feeling that God has abandoned her.

Anastasia has an illness that has prevented her from ever attending school and makes her father, Sebastian, over protective.

When Sophie first meets Sebastian, she cannot deny the intense attraction she feels toward him. When an unexpected romance begins between them, she starts to rebuild her relationship with God, with the help of a certain little girl.

Available in:  Adobe Acrobat, Palm DOC/iSolo, Microsoft Reader, Rocket

Where to buy:
Price: $5.99 eBook format

Joanne Troppello

Friday, December 3, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Lisa's Way by Robert Collins

Lisa's Way - Science Fiction

Teenager Lisa Herbert lives in the small town of Mountain View on the planet Fairfield. The "Savage Rain" decades earlier shut down the hyperspace gate and isolated her world. A casual remark from her sister gets Lisa to ask a simple question: “If life was better before the ‘Savage Rain,’ why couldn’’t it be better again?”

That question starts Lisa on a journey. She re-activates Fairfield's "H-gate" and travels to the three worlds nearest her own. She finds that each planet offers her a chance to improve everyone's lives, by hard work, trade, or making friends. She relies on her brains, her compassion, and a little sneakiness to solve the problems she faces. But Lisa realizes that the more she accomplishes, the more she has to do to answer her question.

"Lisa's Way" presents a heroine more interested in reasoning than fighting, and more concerned with doing good than looking good. It's a science-fiction novel for readers tired of the usual "blast 'em up" or techno-babble, yet it's no weepy romance or surrealistic experiment. "Lisa's Way" is just a solid story crisply told. Perfect for pre-teen, teen, and young adult readers!

Availability: It's both an ebook ($4.50) and a print book ($10.95)

Where to buy: eTreasures Publishing - / also at the Book Town Bookstore ( - print only) and at Amazon (print only)

Facebook page:

Thursday, December 2, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: Spicy, Earthy, Sweet by Erin O'Riordan

Spicy, Earthy, Sweet - Romance

A Hot Romance for Hanukkah!
Dig in to a delectable winter treat, as warm as a potato pancake on a frosty Hanukkah night! Caught up in the magic of the Festival of Lights, Gabriella wants everything to be perfect for her holiday with Jared. Jared has very specific tastes-and a slight obsession with teasing the individual flavors out of the aromas of fine wines. Even the kosher wine he chooses for the first night of Hanukkah is subjected to his beloved wine aroma wheel. But wine is not the only thing that can be tasted, analyzed, and savored. Gabriella and Jared discover new uses for Jared's favorite toy as the Hanukkah candles burn down...

Formats available:  E-book (.pdf, Nook, etc.)

Where to buy:
Ravenous Romance - $1.99

Barnes and Noble - $2.99

Erin O'Riordan

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

A Book A Day For The Holidays: The Hating Game by Talli Roland

Talli's The Hating Game is the first book on our A Book A Day For The Holidays Tour.  She gave me the idea for the Into the Shadows blogsplash and also helped me out with it.  I'm thrilled to return the favor!

The Hating Game - Chick Lit

Help Talli Roland's debut novel THE HATING GAME hit the Kindle bestseller list at and by spreading the word today. Even a few sales in a short period of time on Amazon helps push the book up the rankings, making it more visible to other readers.

When man-eater Mattie Johns agrees to star on a dating game show to save her ailing recruitment business, she's confident she'll sail through to the end without letting down the perma-guard she's perfected from years of her love 'em and leave 'em dating strategy. After all, what can go wrong with dating a few losers and hanging out long enough to pick up a juicy £2000,000 prize? Plenty, Mattie discovers, when it's revealed that the contestants are four of her very unhappy exes. Can Mattie confront her past to get the prize money she so desperately needs, or will her exes finally wreak their long-awaited revenge? And what about the ambitious TV producer whose career depends on stopping her from making it to the end?

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Coming soon in paperback. Keep up with the latest at