I got pretty much one of the coolest e-mails the other day!
I, of course, was tickled pink and grinning for like three hours after I got the email.
Now, I had 7 wonderful cool authors agree to read my book for possible endorsement. Obviously we’d like as many as possible, but the fact is, many don’t get time because they get SO many requests, AND even if they do, they have to “like” the book enough to put their name behind it.
So even with having 7 authors agree to read my book, I had a real chance of not having any actually endorse it.
Ever since the advanced reader copies went out, I’ve been biting my nails. Will they love it, hate it, or just think it’s so-so? Will they even read it???
This is a super big deal to me. These authors are people I respect as people AND writers. Their opinion means the world to me.
And at least one of the seven LIKES my book!
Most of you have only been reading my blog since Annabelle, but prior to her birth, I’ve written several blog posts about my LOVE of this author, even interviewed her and did a book giveaway once!
I’ve made my absolute love of this author’s work no secret, and tease that I am a president of her fan club, because I am!
Tamara Leigh has written such amazing books as Faking Grace (will go down in history as my ALL TIME FAVORITE Leigh book, I laughed so hard my side hurt reading it…) and her most recent series, the Southern Discomfort Novels, Leaving Carolina, NoWhere Carolina, and Restless in Carolina, all of which I LOVED.
And her newest book, a step back into her years of writing Medieval romance, DreamSpell, is now available on Kindle, which I promptly purchased for course and can’t wait to read! (and it’s only $2.99… you can’t beat that!)
So yeah, getting an endorsement from this amazing author was HUGE for me!
Do you want to read her endorsement???
Here it is!
Krista Phillips’ spunky, rough-around-the-edges heroine may be “tickle me”
funny, but her faith journey offers more than a cute read. There is depth here,
made all the more satisfying served up with a generous side of romance.”