Thursday, July 18, 2019

Virtual Book Tour and Giveaway: The Perfect Lap (Racing Hearts of Serenity #2) by Sedona Hutton

Welcome to my stop on the Virtual Book Tour for The Perfect Lap by Sedona Hutton. This tour was organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. On my stop, I have an excerpt for you as well as a guest post about characterization. There's also a tour wide giveaway. Be sure to follow the rest of the tour for more excerpts, guest posts, interviews, reviews, and more. Enjoy!
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Title: The Perfect Lap
Series: Racing Hearts in Serenity #2)
Author: Sedona Hutton
Publisher: Rocky Top Book Press
Publication Date: April 29th 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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His job is to drive fast. Hers is to put the brakes on him. When sparks fly, will love cross the finish line?

AJ Ryan is a publicity nightmare. After a questionable photo surfaces and his biggest sponsor threatens to pull out, the NASCAR champion admits it might be time to hit the brakes. Thankfully, his new no-nonsense image consultant knows just where to start… too bad she revs his engine so loudly he can barely think straight.

Ella Fisher’s career is a welcome distraction from her poor taste in men. Fresh off another easily avoidable heartbreak, rehabbing AJ’s career is just the diversion she needs. But when the pulse-pounding client actually listens to her advice, Ella wonders if there’s more to the man behind the hot mess.

When Ella is granted guardianship of three boisterous children under the misconception that she and AJ are a couple, AJ surprises her by going along with the charade. Before long they find themselves in a make-shift family that feels more real than pretend.

As their professional relationship takes a hard turn for the personal, a single overheard conversation could make it all go up in flames. Will Ella and AJ’s romance hit the wall, or will love take the checkered flag?

The Perfect Lap is the second standalone novel in the Racing Hearts of Serenity romance series. If you like bad boys with a heart of gold, strong women, and love stories with a new age twist, then you’ll adore Sedona Hutton’s fun, sexy tale.

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EXCERPT:
“I bet you have a beautiful smile,” he drawled, then lowered his mouth to hers.

She should have pulled away—she didn’t know this man from Adam. But everything inside her protested. After gazing into each other’s eyes, she felt like she knew him intimately.

His lips were warm and tingly, his kiss pure perfection…and he drew back way too quickly. He blinked those deep blue eyes and gave her a lazy grin. “I knew it.” He rubbed the pad of his thumb over her lower lip. “Beautiful.”

That’s when she realized she was smiling.

He rose, and she gave him a quick once over, taking in the sexy stubble on his face, the taut muscles of his chest, his lean physique. As good old-fashioned lust rolled through her like a quick-moving thunderstorm, she silently bemoaned her situation. This was a hell of a time to have a newly implemented man-ban.

“Keep smiling.” Stuffing his hands in his pockets, he winked at her. “It suits you,” he added in that low, sexy drawl. Then he sauntered off.

Her breath caught as she spun around to gape at him. He’d just kissed her and now he was leaving? She contemplated calling him back, then reconsidered. She had other fish to fry.

Even so, she couldn’t stop herself from tracking his every move as he swaggered toward the party, his backside looking every bit as fine as the rest of him. Pressing a hand to her chest, she let out a slow exhale. Even though she was one-hundred percent committed to her man-ban, she could admit—at least to herself—that the sexy, charming stranger had intrigued her.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Author Sedona Hutton finds inspiration in the beautiful Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, where she lives with her husband and curly-coated retriever. In addition to writing, she’s a Reiki Master and a certified Chopra Center Meditation instructor. She enjoys reading, yoga, gardening, and experiencing the great outdoors on boats, motorcycles, and Jeeps. Sedona pens a “Peace, Love, & Joy” blog on her website.

Sedona’s debut novel, Cloud Whispers, was a Finalist in the 2018 Readers’ Favorite Contest, an Official Selection in the 2018 Summer eBook Awards for New Apple Literary, and Shortlisted for the Books Go Social Best Book of 2018.

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GUEST POST:
Writing Tip: Deep Characterization Enables Deep POV
by Sedona Hutton
When I first started writing, I found a character worksheet on the Internet and filled it out. Heroine: Age: 24. Red hair, green eyes, lots of curves. Hero: Age: 26. Midnight hair, cobalt eyes, plenty of hard muscle. A few more details and I was ready to write my masterpiece!

I quickly learned that without significant character detail, my manuscript was plagued with inconsistencies and required continuous rework. Even worse, my characters didn’t feel real because I didn’t know them well enough to get inside their heads.

Through research, courses, and good old-fashioned trial and error, I learned the art of deep characterization.

So what is deep characterization? Deep characterization entails developing your characters inside and out. It’s getting to know your main characters as well as you know your best friend.

Deep characterization is not just a physical description nor is it answering a few easy questions. It’s a detailed assessment of your character’s personality, strengths, flaws, and wounds. It’s a comprehensive understanding of his/her childhood, family, friends, pets, phobias, memories, and so on. It’s how he/she relates to the world, how they react to stress and other emotions. It’s even about their favorite food, color, TV show, movie, and book because each of these can offer invaluable nuggets of information about your characters…that is, if you dig deep enough.

There are many ways to create deep characterization. I use deep characterization worksheets, character interviews, and the 5-Why Process. I learned most of these techniques through OIRWA courses taught by Laurie Sanders. For more information, please visit Laurie at: https://lauriesplace.net/.

5-Why Process
This easy process can be used to generate a deep understanding of your character.

Instructions: Take one aspect of your character and ask 5 questions. Sometimes you may find that you need to ask 5 more and then 5 more!

Example
Character: AJ Ryan, the hero in my newly released contemporary romance, The Perfect Lap.

What is AJ’s favorite drink? A shot of Jack Daniels.

Why is this his favorite drink? It brings back warm memories of his granddad who enjoyed an occasional shot of Jack Daniels. AJ moved in with his grandfather when he was 12.

Why did AJ move in with his grandfather? Because his mother couldn’t handle him.

Why couldn’t AJ’s mother handle him? Because AJ got into a lot of trouble, including smoking, getting bad grades, skipping school, taking a joy ride in his neighbor’s car, etc.

Why did AJ get in trouble? It was the only way he could get attention from his mother. Otherwise, she primarily focused on his younger half-brother, Sam.

You can see how this 5-Why exercise helped me dig into AJ’s background. After completing many of these, I gained a deeper understanding of AJ and what makes him tick.

Completing deep characterization before you start writing allows your story to flow from your characters. It also enables writing in a deep point of view. When I start a new story, I complete deep characterization first—even before I develop themes, plots, and outlines. When I start with deep characterization, the rest of it flows with effortless ease.

(This guest post was written by Sedona Hutton, author of romance and women’s fiction novels with new age, spiritual twists.)
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GIVEAWAY:
Sedona Hutton will be awarding a $50 Amazon or Barnes & Noble gift card to one randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter after the tour. To increase your chance of winning, visit a different stop on the tour and leave a comment on that stop each day. Good luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

150 comments:

  1. I appreciate you taking the time to give us a great book description and giveaway as well. Thank you so much!

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    1. Hi James - I appreciate the compliment! Hope you're having a wonderful week - :) Sedona

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  2. A big thanks to All the Ups & Downs for hosting this tour and guest blog! Sedona

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  3. Love the sound of this book and great cover.

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    1. Thanks Sandra. I appreciate the compliments! :) Hope you're having a wonderful week - Sedona

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  4. Do you have any ideas for your next book?

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    1. Hi Bernie - Thanks for stopping by and asking about my WIP. I'm currently working on the last book in my Racing Hearts in Serenity series—Restart in Bristol. This is CC and Holly's love story. As with my other novels, there are new age/spiritual ideas included like balance, intentions, letting go of fears, and not holding onto anger. It's a standalone novel, but for those who have read Nora's Promise and/or The Perfect Lap, many of the same characters are included. AJ and Ella are both in the next story, and Cruz's nephew is included in a sub-plot. I adored Cruz in Nora's Promise, so I couldn't resist writing his nephew, Rob, into Restart in Bristol, which will be out early next year. Thanks again for your question. Have a great evening! 😊 Sedona

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  5. I love the play on words with "lap." Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi Christina - Thanks for stopping by the tour, and I'm glad you entered the giveaway! 😊 I love the title of this story, both for the play on “perfect” and “lap.” I wanted a title that alluded to racing and also represented a key theme in the story, and I found both with the title, The Perfect Lap. In this story, there’s an underlying theme around perfection. Ella’s parents demanded excellence and at the beginning of the story, Ella is a perfectionist. After fostering three kids whose lives are far from perfect and spending time with AJ, Ella comes to understand that perfection is overrated. There’s a touching scene where the kids ask AJ how he achieves perfection to win races. AJ gives them examples to show he’s far from perfect. He shares that you don’t need to be perfect to be successful, you need to consistently do your best. Thanks again for stopping by. I hope you’re having a fabulous week - Sedona

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    2. Hi Christina and Sedona,

      That's one of my favorite scenes in the books. Another favorite scene is the one where AJ and Ella take the kids to Ella's uptight parents' house for Christmas. The parents pick at the kids and no one is having a good time and AJ decides he has to get him out of there. He tells a bit of a lie that the kids call him on and he has to explain. It's a great scene...one of my faves in this book. :)

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  6. Sounds like a book I will enjoy reading.

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    1. Hi Rita - Thanks so much. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it. 😊 Sedona

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  7. What was your favorite part about writing this book?

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    1. Hi Kim – Thanks for stopping by and asking a question. The Perfect Lap was a lot of fun to write because I fell in love with AJ while writing Nora’s Promise and I knew I had to write his story next. One of my Nora’s Promise readers called AJ a “hoot,” which is a perfect description of him. He’s laid back, fun-loving, and full of southern charm…and he’s also a magnet for trouble! I enjoyed developing his and Ella’s romance as a slow burn with lots of chemistry. It was fun having AJ and Ella co-foster three kids. Kids challenge us to learn and grow, and in The Perfect Lap, AJ and Ella help the kids, but the kids help them every bit as much.

      Thanks again for stopping by the tour. I hope you have a fabulous weekend 😊 - Sedona

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    2. Thanks for answering. I'm going to have to check the book out.

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  8. I love the cover, congrats on the release!

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    1. Hi Julie - Thanks for the congrats and the compliment. Hell Yes Design created the cover and I think they did a great job, too. I hope you have a great evening - 😊 Sedona

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  9. Thank you for the giveaway! The cover is a little bland, or maybe that's just me. I don't like the b/w checkerboard. xD

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    1. Hi "WhiteArcticWolffie" - Thanks so much for stopping by the tour, and I appreciate your feedback regarding my cover. We used the flag to draw in the race aspect of the story, but there are other ways we could bring that in. We'll take a look at those when creating the cover for my next novel in the series, Restart in Bristol. Thanks again for sharing your honest feedback. Have a great weekend - Sedona

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  10. It sounds so romantic.Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hi Judy - Thanks for stopping by the tour, and for the lovely compliment. I hope you're having a fabulous week - 😊 Sedona

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    1. Hi Nancy - Thanks for stopping by the tour, and for sharing your feedback on the cover. Lorelei Przybranowski of www.HellYes.design created the cover and I think she did a great job. Thanks again for the compliment. I hope you have a fabulous weekend - 😊 Sedona

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  12. Sounds interesting. Thank you for a great giveaway!

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    1. Hi Dorothy - You are most welcome! I appreciate you stopping by the tour. Happy Friday! Sedona

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    1. Hi Victoria - Thanks for stopping by to check it out. I hope you have a wonderful weekend - :) Sedona

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  14. Hi, I love the idea of romance and Nascar..I have never heard of a romance set in that sport. Great idea

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    1. Hi Suzannah - Thank you! I'm having a lot of fun writing the Racing Hearts in Serenity series. I'm a NASCAR fan, but even so, I've learned a lot doing research for the stories in this series. Thanks for stopping by the tour - :) Sedona

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    1. Hi Caryl - You are most welcome! Thanks for visiting this post by All The Ups & Downs. Happy Friday - :) Sedona

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  16. Sexy book cover, and the book sounds interesting.

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    1. Hi Deb - Thank you so much! I love the cover too...it was created by Hell Yes Design, and I think they did a fabulous job! Thanks for stopping by the tour and I hope you have a wonderful weekend - Sedona

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  17. This looks like a fun read. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. Thanks so much, Karley. I appreciate you stopping by the tour. Have a wonderful weekend - 😊 Sedona

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  19. Thanks for the opportunity to win. Cover is not my cup of tea but I am sure there are many people who love it. Awesome story idea though

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    1. Hi Sandy - Thanks for stopping by the tour and for your honest feedback regarding the cover. I hope you enjoy The Perfect Lap if you pick it up. Have a great weekend - Sedona

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  20. A big thanks to everyone who has stopped by this tour for THE PERFECT LAP. I’m most appreciative! 😊 I’m happy to answer any other questions that may be out there. I’d also like to invite you to visit my website at: https://sedonahutton.com/ and sign up for my Peace-Love-Joy blog newsletter if you are so inclined. I blog every couple of weeks, and when you sign up for my newsletter, new blogs are delivered to you via email. I blog on the same new age/spiritual topics that I include in my stories: gratitude, the Law of Attraction, focusing on the now, non-judgment, the idea that everyone’s doing the best they can from where they are, the power of positive thinking, etc.

    Wishing everyone a weekend of sunshine and joy! 😊 Sedona

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  21. I love the "flag" fabric on the cover. It's very clever. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi Christina - Thanks so much for the compliment on the cover. The cover was created by Hell Yes Design, and I'm pleased with how it turned out, too. Hope you have a wonderful weekend - :) Sedona

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  22. This book sounds awesome and I can't wait to read it!

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    1. Hi Debbie - Thanks for stopping by the tour. I hope you enjoy reading The Perfect Lap as much as I enjoyed writing it. 😊 Happy Friday! Sedona

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  23. This sounds like a great book! Looking forward to reading it.

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  24. Hi Peg - Thank you so much. I hope you enjoy reading The Perfect Lap. Have a fabulous weekend! 😊 Sedona

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  25. This sounds like a great romance read! I love the cover!

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    1. Hi Angela - Thanks for stopping by to read about The Perfect Lap, and I appreciate the compliments. Have a happy day! 😊 Sedona

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  26. What do you think are the most important magazines for writers to subscribe to?

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    1. Hi Sandy - I receive the RWA's Romance Writers Report and Writer's Digest magazine. Both include great writing tips on everything from plotting to managing your time as a writer. Personally, I've learned even more through writing classes because they tend to be more hands-on. The most beneficial ones I've found are through OIRWA (https://www.oirwa.com/) and Laurie Sanders, who often teaches through the OIRWA (https://lauriesplace.net/.) Thanks for stopping by the tour and for your question. I hope you're having a fabulous weekend - 😊 Sedona

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  27. The Guest Post contained valuable information about forming characters.

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  28. Hi KC - I'm so glad it was helpful. Thanks for stopping by the tour. I hope you're having a great weekend - 😊 Sedona

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  29. I like the cute couple on the cover. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. Hi Christina - Thanks so much...I selected this picture because the couple looks like how I envision AJ and Ella. Hell Yes Design created the cover and I think they did a great job. I appreciate you stopping by the tour. Hope you have a wonderful week! 😊 Sedona

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  31. I like the white sweater on the cover. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Thanks Christina! I like that sweater too...I'd like to find one just like it. 😊 Sedona

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  32. As a writer, what would you choose as your mascot/avatar/spirit animal?

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    1. Hi Sandy - I'm particular fond of cows so I have to believe they are my spirit animals. Dudley, a beautiful cow who lived at The Gentle Barn in Tennessee inspired me to write Nora's Promise, the first story in my Racing Hearts in Serenity series. If you're interested, you can learn more about Dudley's story (and watch an inspiring video) on The Gentle Barn's website. Thanks for the great question - Sedona

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  33. Hi Sedona,

    Thanks for the shout out/recommendation of my classes/workshops/methods for deep characterization.

    I very much enjoy teaching the classes. Next month (August) I'm teaching a class on the sales package (query letter, cover letter, synopsis) at OIRW. In September I'm teaching about deep point of view which is central to creating characters that jump off the page. That will also be at OIRW. In October it's on to Developing Emotional Tension in the Romance Novel at OIRW. The emotion class digs a lot into character type and so would be a good class for someone wanting to get their feet wet with deep characterization.

    Thanks again for recommending my classes. I'm glad you've enjoyed them so much. I love reading your stories. I love the depth of characters, the spiritual topics, the humor. They are really fun stories.

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    1. Hi Laurie - Thanks for your compliments about my stories. They are extra meaningful coming from you! 😊

      For any writers out there, I highly recommend Laurie's classes. I've gained so much from every class I've attended. I've taken her Deep Point of View class twice and learned a lot both times. I've taken her classes on emotions as well, and they were outstanding. If anyone is interested, please check out the schedule at: https://www.oirwa.com/... And for more information on Laurie, tips on writing, quilting, spirituality, and a few other tidbits, visit her at: https://lauriesplace.net/.

      Laurie, thanks again for stopping by the tour! Sedona

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  34. I just noticed how long this blog tour is...that's a lot of touring! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. What kind of research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before beginning a book?

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  36. Looks like an interesting book.
    Thanks for the contest. 

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  37. When did you start writing?

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  38. What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex?

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  39. Do you write more in bad weather or sunshine?

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  40. I've never heard of the Racing Hearts in Serenity series. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  41. What author do you most like to read?

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  42. How many books do you read in a year?

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  43. This book was published on my daughter's birthday (not same year though). Cool. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  44. Do you listen to music when you write?

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  45. What advice would you give a new writer, someone just starting out?

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  46. How do you handle writer’s block?

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  47. "His job is to drive fast. Hers is to put the brakes on him." Isn't that always the way it is between men and women, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?

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  49. What author do you most admire?

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  50. What comes first, the plot or characters?

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  51. Where can readers find out more about you and your books?

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  52. Went to an Indigo Girls concert last night. Do you go to live music concerts?

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  53. How do you come up with the titles to your books?

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  54. "AJ Ryan is a publicity nightmare." Those are the best kind, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. When did you first consider yourself a writer?

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  56. "After a questionable photo surfaces and his biggest sponsor threatens to pull out, the NASCAR champion admits it might be time to hit the brakes."

    Gotta watch those sponsors, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. What time of the day do you usually write?

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  58. Nothing worse than a sexy image consultant, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  59. "Ella Fisher’s career is a welcome distraction from her poor taste in men."

    I hate it when we have poor taste in men, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. What is the most difficult part about writing for you?

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  61. "Fresh off another easily avoidable heartbreak, rehabbing AJ’s career is just the diversion she needs." Work is a great solace in times like these. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  62. What is your work schedule like when you are writing?

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  63. What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

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  64. "Ella wonders if there’s more to the man behind the hot mess." There's always more to the man, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  65. What was the highlight of writing this book?

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  66. How do you do research for your books?

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  67. Have you ever been to Santa Fe?

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  68. What does success mean to you? What is the definition of success?

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  69. "When Ella is granted guardianship of three boisterous children under the misconception that she and AJ are a couple, AJ surprises her by going along with the charade."

    Well this is an interesting twist. I'm very curious now. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  70. We had a big thunderstorm today. Did you?

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  71. Is writing your full-time career? Or would you like it to be?

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  72. "Before long they find themselves in a make-shift family that feels more real than pretend."

    I can relate, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. On a typical day, how much time do you spend writing?

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  74. Are you on social media and can your readers interact with you?

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  75. When you’re writing an emotionally draining (or sexy, or sad, etc) scene, how do you get in the mood?

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  76. Do you like the heat? Hit 100 here today.

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  77. Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

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  78. How do you deal with emotional impact of a book (on yourself) as you are writing the story?

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  79. Finally cooled off a bit here. Did it there?

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  80. How do you handle literary criticism?

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  81. How much ‘world building’ takes place before you start writing?

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  82. Is there lots to do before you drive in and start writing the story?

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  83. Sometimes everyone can be a little bit of a nightmare, I know I can be, but some probably take it so far.

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  84. Are you doing anything this 3 day weekend?

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  85. How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

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  86. What is the most surprising thing you discovered while writing your book(s)?

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  87. Do you get hurricanes? We sometimes get blizzards.

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  88. I swim for exercise. What do you do?

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  89. The characters sound great, very interesting

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  90. Have any of your books been made into audiobooks? If so, what are the challenges in producing an audiobook?

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  91. Which of your books were the most enjoyable to write?

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  92. Tell us about your first published book? What was the journey like?

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  93. Can you share with us something about the book that isn’t in the blurb?

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  94. Doing anything special this weekend?

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  95. If your book was to be made into a movie, who are the celebrities that would star in it?

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  96. If you could cure a disease, what would it be?

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  97. Did you write much over the weekend?

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  98. I think the cover fits well and gives the reader a good idea of what the outcome will be. ;)

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  99. Are you getting Fall weather yet?

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  100. What kind of weather puts you in the mood to write?

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  101. I love the cover and cannot wait to read the book!

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  102. sounds like a fun one

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  103. What’s your favorite spot to visit in your own country? And what makes it so special to you?

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  104. I am new to Sedona Hutton and her work. I am glad this blog introduced me to her. Thank you!

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  105. Thank you for hosting this giveaway. Looks like an exceptional romance Rosanne

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  106. What did you do for Valentine’s Day? Is Valentine’s something you like to celebrate?

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  107. LAST DAY
    Thanks for the contest.

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