Monday, April 2, 2012

Book Tour Fun!

Hey, all!

This week begins my virtual book tour for my new Avalon release Sunny Days for Sam!

I will be at various blogs along the week. But here's where I'll be today:

Cocktails and Books 
(where I'm talking about the pros and cons of writing children into your romance novels


Rogue's Angels 
(where I'm being interviewed)

***I will be giving away a print copy of Sunny Days for Sam (US/Canada only -- an eBook copy of Role of a Lifetime will be substituted as prizes for any international winners) to TWO randomly drawn commenters throughout the tour.
So the more places you comment, the better your chance to win!***
Sunnyva “Sunny” Fletcher is a firm believer in fairy tales. With the recent debt she’s acquired, the hope of something magical happening in her life is the only thing keeping her going. She needs a job fast. So when Sunny learns the sexy new vacationer in town is looking for a nanny, she starts to believe she just may have a fairy godmother after all!

Internet guru Sam Calloway is only in town for the summer and needs a nanny for his two small children. However, the beautiful and inexperienced Sunny is not exactly the kind of caregiver Sam has in mind. It doesn’t take long for Sunny’s tenderhearted and bubble-blowing ways to soon have the children—and Sam—enamored with her. She’s a dream come true. But after what Sam’s been through, he’s stopped believing in fairy tales long ago.

Sunny manages to work her way into Sam’s closed-off heart, but at the end of the summer, will the workaholic dad go back to his life in New York City, or will he decide his days are much sunnier here with Sunny?

On a side note: the kiddo's birthday is today, and she's turning DOUBLE DIGITS!!!! Woo-hoo!
We'll be dining at the Rainforest Cafe tonight. :-)


Em-Musing said...

LOve this story. And as one who believed in fairy tales, I know they come true. Have a blast at the Rainforest Cafe.

Connie Keller said...

The book looks great. And I love the cover art!

Have fun celebrating kiddo's birthday tonight. Breaking into double digits is the big time.

Wendy Paine Miller said...

Happy double digits to your growing up kid! :D

And yeah for your book and breezing around the blogs!
~ Wendy

Old Kitty said...

Happy happy happy birthday to you beautiful kiddo!! Yay! All the best with your blog tour too! Take care

Cheryl Klarich said...

I'm in agreement with everyone! Jennifer- this one looks like a total winner!

Linda Kage said...

So it begins!! I still love that book cover. So classy.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

This is just so exciting for you, and the story sounds really, really good! Yay for the birthday fun tonight too!

Melissa McClone said...

I think I've already told you how much I like the cover! Have fun with the blog tour, too!

And enjoy the birthday dinner tonight! I love the Rainforest Cafe!

Rula Sinara said...

Happy B-day to the kiddo! Rainforest Cafe is such a cool place.

And congrats on the new release! Have an awesome blog tour. I just love that cover :)

Jennifer Fischetto said...

OMG, this is the book you were writing when I was a PCer. Yay! Super congrats, Jennifer! I never did find out what happened past the beginning. Love the cover too. I'm grinning from ear-to-ear. :) So happy for you!

Jennifer Shirk said...

Jenn: YES!!! You remembered!! :)
And thank you!!!

Theresa Milstein said...

What a sweet, yet striking cover. Matches the blurb nicely too.

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Karen Lange said...

Happy double digits and all that fun stuff! Have fun celebrating! Will check out the links, thanks. :)

Anonymous said...

CONGRATS! Sounds like an interesting book. Happy Birthday to your kiddo. Double digits? Cool! I've never been to the Rainforest Cafe, but my son has. He liked it.


Sandra Cox said...

Belated happy birthday to your daughter. I bet you had fun. I've always wanted to eat there.

Susan Fields said...

This sounds like a fantastic story! Best of luck with your book tour, and happy birthday to your kiddo!

Jennifer Shirk said...

And the kiddo had a GREAT b-day!

Carol Kilgore said...

Happy Birthday! And what a fun place to celebrate for Ms. Double Digits :)

Sarah Pearson said...

Have a fabulous tour :-)