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If reviewers can be believed—and OF COURSE they can be—then
Kiss Me in Paris is an epic tale of love, romance, family, friendship and forgiveness. For those of
you who might think this book is just another insipid romance, not so my friend.
You will pee your pants laughing and cry your eyes out weeping. You will become so
angry you might need to punch something, and you will sigh in pure happiness. One
reviewer even left part of her soul IN THE WORDS OF OUR BOOK.
Yes, this is the power of Kiss Me in Paris. It's SOUL STEALING, and we are not going to
apologize for that.
You see, we are the authors, and we are married, living our own epic romance. So epic we even had a
fan-following during the early days of our courtship. So we know love.
And we know you will love Kiss Me in Paris!
Here's the part where we tell you about the book, but it's really not enough to do it justice. So let us first
say that there is just so much in Kiss Me in Paris. Layered themes and a sexy cowboy studying to
be an architect, and a girl who's a dreamer with a dark past, and gargoyles and Notre Dame and mazes
designed by futuristic architects (because that's an actual thing, and the sexy cowboy will tell
you what that means), and heartbreak and love and happy endings and evil and just SO MUCH.
But here's the 'official' blurb about Kiss Me in Paris:
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So you wrote a book, or are currently working on it. That’s awesome! But writing your book is only one part of the process. It’s a big part, don’t get me wrong, but if your goal is to actually make MONEY doing this, to make a living or, at least pay a few bills, then you need to take the marketing part of your novel seriously.
Most writers aren’t marketers. That’s where I come in.
I went from being a single mom on welfare after my divorce years ago, to an award-winning, bestselling author making a 6 figure income on ROYALTIES ALONE. That’s right, ALL of that comes from
I don’t say this to brag, not at all. I’m not a New York Times bestseller (yet), or a household name (yet), but I am a successful mid-list author who has hit a few bestseller lists and sells consistently, particularly the titles I published under my own imprint. (Why I believe SO MUCH in being your own publisher, but that’s a story for another post.)