I’m looking for some fun loving, romance reading, Facebook using, review leaving, eager participants to join Team Abby on Facebook to help me promote my July release, Who Wants to Marry a Doctor?
Want to read deleted scenes? See snippets of the final edition? Get a free copy to read and review? Message me on Facebook and I’ll add you. You’ll be asked to share my posts about WWTMAD and talk it up to your Facebook friends. There will be prizes! Opportunities! Fun for the whole family!
But that’s not all! You get to hang out with me and others on the private Team Abby Facebook page!
Exclamation point excitement abounds!!!
I’ll let you in on a secret – I’m not so much with fancy designs here (as is evident by the lonely pictures in this post), so really, what you see is what you get. But don’t let that stop you from entering on my page!
Are you blog hopping? Welcome aboard! Many thanks to Sara and the other participating authors for putting this together. You could win a $100 Amazon or Barnes and Noble gift card!
Plus if you like my Facebook page and enter my rafflecopter drawing (it’s a two-step process), you can win a copy of Who Wants to Marry a Cowboy? (paper or digital) and other fun gifts to celebrate my July release, Who Wants to Marry a Doctor?
I’m much more active on Facebook now. Do you know how easy it is to find pictures of hot guys? Bring it on, baby!
I am at justcontemporaryromance today (Friday) and tomorrow and I’ve got a sizzling cowboy up for grabs. Come find me. :)
Well, hi, there!
Yeah, it’s been a while. And a special hello to those who clicked out of curiosity from the Read a Romance Month site. I’m in the process of rethinking/redesigning my blog, so I’m not sure how often I’ll be updating.
You can find me on Facebook, though. I look forward to chatting with you there.
I’ve been home less than a week from the RWA National Conference in Atlanta. I’m not used to one-way streets anymore and got all turned around. It took me about 15 minutes to get back to my hotel from the self-parking garage because I kept misjudging where the streets led!
Anyway – recap coming soon. I had a great time, met and remet some great people, learned a lot and learned how much I didn’t know.
No cupcake adventure this time, though. Instead – it was the Search for a HOT DOG. BOY, did I want one!
Oh, and some guy at the bar called me hot. That was pretty sweet, too. ;) Unless he was trying to be polite instead of saying sweaty. hmmmm…
I was at Publix yesterday, staring at the buy-one-get-one-free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. For reasons I won’t mention (and that certainly have nothing to do with me eating ANY of it), I had to replace the Chocolate Therapy flavor we bought the day before. While I was deciding on the get-one-free flavor, a guy about 20 started staring at them with me. We chatted about the importance of picking the right flavor, then he chose his (Chocolate Therapy and another I didn’t see) and went on his way. Then I picked mine (Chocolate Fudge Brownie fro-yo).
I ended up behind him at the cashier’s. As I took my wallet from my purse, something fell out and hit the floor. He bent down before I could react, and picked up my nicely-wrapped maxi pad.
Thank goodness I’m beyond being embarrassed about things like that. But he blushed as I took it from him and said thank you. Poor kid.
I don’t think I’m going to turn that one into a meet-cute for a novel.
I’ve always been anemic. Not bad, but enough that sometimes I’m too low on iron when I go to donate blood. I bruise easily, too.
I tried taking iron supplements, but I’m VERY VERY BAD at swallowing pills. And those things were HUGE! So it lasted about three days and then I was done.
Finally, one of my doctors convinced me to get an iron infusion. A six-hour procedure, but should be a once-in-a-lifetime thing.
So I’m thinking – GREAT! Six hours of sitting in a chair writing! This will be AWESOME! … until I got an infusion of Benadryl, too. And off I went into sleepyland.
Did the rest of you have to work yesterday?