Harper Bentley

USA Today Best Selling Author of adult and new adult contemporary romance

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Meet an Author–Ginger Scott!

I’m thrilled to introduce February’s fantastic guest author!

*mixture of squeaky basketball shoes on the court plus keyboard sounds*

(She’s a writer, journalist and sports lover so this makes sense, at least to me it does lol)

Ginger Scott!

Although I’d heard about Ginger, she and I just met recently through our mutual friend, the fabulous author Anne Mercier. I love meeting new authors, but it’s sometimes kinda hard to do since we’re all so busy with our lives–writing, kids & sometimes full-time jobs. But I’m happy Ginger & I met because you can never have enough friends & now I have someone whose brain I might have to pick if/when I get stuck on a story line! lol

Ginger writes ah-mazing contemporary romance as well as young adult stories that dig deep and deal with some pretty powerful issues. This Is Falling (Falling #1) is so freaking good & I was kind of exhausted after reading it because I experienced every emotion known to man lol Oh! And this is the same book that hit #1 on Amazon in the Teen Romance category which is awesome and well-deserved!

Make sure to check out Ginger’s GIVEAWAY below!

Let’s get to know more about Ginger!

1. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you win a medal for? 

Ginger: Parallel parking.

2. What’s your go-to band when you can’t decide what to listen to?

Ginger: The Killers.

3. What’s something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?

Ginger: See their favorite band live.

4. What’s something that a ton of people are obsessed with but you don’t get the point of?

Ginger: I will brace myself for the things y’all will want to throw at me. The Beatles. Just…meh. I’m more of a Stones girl. Also, Mama Mia the movie. I know. Bring on the razzing.    (MAJOR razzing at your movie choice jk…kinda lmao 😉 )

5. What are you looking forward to most in the next 10 years?

Ginger: I’m actually kind of a “live the now” person. I try not to look too far ahead. I want to enjoy every minute of the present.

6. What fad or trend do you wish would come back?

Ginger: Leg warmers. I rock them still. 

7. What question do you most want to know the answer to?

Ginger: Will they like it? (This applies with every single book I put out. Ah the terrifying joy of publishing.)   (Amen, sister lol)

8. PC or Mac?

Ginger: Mac. So very much Mac.

9. Would you rather give up bathing for a month or give up the internet for a month?

Ginger: Take my bath. Don’t judge.  ( 😛 )

10. What’s your guilty pleasure on Netflix?

Ginger: It changes literally all of the time. Just finished Mad Men (OMG) and we’re watching Godless. Now…it’s not on Netflix, but we had to binge so this counts…you’ve gotta watch Mr. Robot. It’s legit crazy good. Total head trip.  (Mad Men is one of my upcoming to watch among the other bazillion shows I wanna get to)

11. What’s one of your biggest pet peeves?

Ginger: When people aren’t nice.

12. What was your favorite childhood book?

Ginger: The Outsiders.

13. What’s the first book that made you cry?

Ginger: Great Expectations(GE made me cry ’cause I taught it to freshmen for 7 years & they didn’t understand it arrrgghh)

14. If you could market/sell only one of your books for the rest of your life, which would you choose and why?

Ginger: The Hard Count. That book is the most important thing I’ve written. It’s the story of a Latino boy from a rough neighborhood who gets a scholarship to the wealthy private school on the other side of town, and falls in love with his coach’s daughter. It’s about racism in high school, about the pressures of a nationally ranked football program, about acceptance and tolerance and gang violence, and what a community should feel like. It’s my everything.  

15. Which character have you written that’s most like you?

Ginger: Nolan Lennox from Waiting on the Sidelines. Mixed with the sassy parts of Joss from the Like Us duet.

16. What do you munch on when writing?

Ginger: It seems to be just about anything not glued down to the pantry shelf – LOL!  (bwahaha)

17. What is your writing kryptonite?

Ginger: Busy summer with my son, major sports championships (The World Series is a holiday – like 2 weeks of a holiday), and stomach bugs.

18. What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?

Ginger: My penmanship. I type really well so who needs it.

19. If you had to do something differently as a child or teenager to become a better writer as an adult, what would you do?

Ginger: I would have confidence that my stories were good enough a lot earlier.

20. Have you ever Googled yourself?

Ginger: Oh absolutely. What’s crazy is there are others!  (LOL)

21. Music or silence when you write?

Ginger: Both. Some things work for one scene but not another.

22. Is there any other genre you’d like to try writing?

Ginger: Fantasy. Magical fantasy.

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

Ginger: Trying to keep them authentic.

24. If you could spend the day with one of your characters, who would it be and what would you do?

Ginger: Wes Stokes. To be honest? I’d probably just stare at him LOL!             ( 😛 )

25. Which character in your books would you be least likely to get along with?

Ginger: House from Wild Reckless. I tend to call people on their BS.

26. How do you choose the names of your characters?

Ginger: Sometimes I hear the name somewhere, and other times I play around with combinations until they feel like they fit. I’ve met people with cool names that I save, too. I have three teen readers who I’m saving for a book down the road. Their names make the perfect group of friends, and these girls are awesome.

27. What does literary success look like to you?

Ginger: To be able to keep doing this every day of my life and still keep the heat/air and lights on.

28. What’s one thing you’d like readers to get out of your books?

Ginger: I want them to miss the characters—even the small ones—when they’re away from them.

29. What’s the best compliment you’ve gotten when it comes to your books?

Ginger: That they feel incredibly real. That’s my biggest goal.

30. Anything you’d like to say to your readers and fans?

Ginger: I love you to the moon! I mean it, too. You have no idea what you’ve done for my self-esteem, my determination, my pride and my love of the written word. You are it for me.

31. Can you tell us what you’ve got coming up next?

Ginger: Memphis is coming out Feb. 23rd. It’s an old-school boxing romance that has that Rocky feel to it. There are painful twists, and sexy turns. It’s new adult, and I can’t wait for people to read it. After that, I have a few mature YA titles planned. I can’t share much yet, but they will be moody and scratch at the insides. I can feel them already.   (Woohoo! Only a couple more days! Can’t wait!)

Thank you so much for stopping by, Ginger! I wish you more amazing success with all of your fabulous books! ❤ 

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GIVEAWAY BELOW!*

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And you can now pre-order her upcoming book Memphis by clicking on the cover below! YAY!

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Win an ebook copy of Ginger’s upcoming book Memphis, any other ebook of hers, plus a $5 Amazon gift card! TO ENTER: follow Ginger Scott on BookBub or Amazon & post a screenshot of it! Good luck!

   

 

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Meet an Author–Rhonda James!

I’m so excited to introduce December’s fabulous guest author!

*crazy guitar riff with a crash of cymbals after* (she’s got famous musicians in her family, folks!)

Rhonda James!

Rhonda is, first & foremost, an amazingly sweet person! I got to know her better last year when we both contributed stories to the anthology Alphas & Fairytales & she’s as nice as they come! Believe me, she’s been there for me & is so upbeat & as understanding as possible 😀

An Amazon Best Selling author, Rhonda writes new adult as well as contemporary romance with hotter than hell alpha males who, the more of them I read, they all eventually become my book boyfriends. Her dudes have turned me into a huge slut 😛 Sebastian from her books Across the Miles and Miles Apart ranks way up there, though. He’s hot, he’s a ROCK STAR and he’s broken until Brooke helps to make him whole (and vice versa!) *sigh*

Let’s find out more about Rhonda!

1. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you win a medal for?

Rhonda: Bwahaha. This question is too funny because when I was a teenager I used to time myself while making the bed. I would finish and tell my Mom that I would win a gold medal for the World’s Fastest Bed Maker. (😂)

2. What’s your go-to band when you can’t decide what to listen to?

Rhonda: That’s a tough one. I just went through my writing playlists and noticed that most of them contain at least one Daughtry song. I also listen to a lot of P!nk. lol  (Girl power!)

3. What’s something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?

Rhonda: Well, I am a very boring soul. You could say I don’t get out much, but one thing would be to visit the beaches of Lake Michigan (more specifically the northern coast). They are spectacular.

4. What’s something that a ton of people are obsessed with but you don’t get the point of?

Rhonda: The whole attraction to Game of Thrones. I honestly haven’t watched it so for all I know I could be missing out on some hot stuff. *If that’s the case then someone needs to please message me lol  (Good God. How many of my friends do I have to smack around for not watching lmao It’s got HOT STUFF! WATCH!)

5. What are you looking forward to most in the next 10 years?

Rhonda: Seeing where this whole writing career takes me. I love looking back and seeing the books I’ve released and reflecting on what it took to create each one. Over the next ten years I think I have the potential to put out some pretty amazing work. It’s very exciting.

6. What fad or trend do you wish would come back?

Rhonda: 80’s music and 80’s hair. Even if it’s just for one week. lol  🎸💇🏻‍♀️)

7. What question do you most want to know the answer to?

Rhonda: Gosh. That’s a difficult question to answer. There are so many! I think right now I just want to know how Panera makes their tomato soup taste so good! lol    (Not who shot Kennedy…or what’s the secret of life but…Panera…tomato…soup…LMAO)

8. PC or Mac?

Rhonda: Mac

9. Would you rather give up bathing for a month or give up the internet for a month? 😝

Rhonda: Internet (though it would be awful!).  I love being clean! lol

10. What’s your guilty pleasure on Netflix?

Rhonda: Actually, I don’t watch a lot of TV so I don’t have one.

11. What’s one of your biggest pet peeves?

Rhonda: People chomping/cracking their gum. Repetitive noises drive me insane. Like, crazy insane. lol  (me too 😒)

12. What was your favorite childhood book?

Rhonda: I’m not sure I ever had a true favorite. I read all the time growing up. Two that I remember reading over and over were The Cat Ate My Gymsuit by Paula Danzinger and Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret by Judy Blume. Those two made a huge impact on me in my life and fed my desire to become an author.

13. What’s the first book that made you cry?

Rhonda: The one that sticks out in my mind would have to Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan. I hit a certain point in that book and I literally threw my Kindle and wailed. It was 3 AM and I scared my husband half to death. Lol

*Added after the fact – I remember reading Chances and Lucky by Jackie Collins when I was just sixteen and I bawled like a baby.

14. If you could market/sell only one of your books for the rest of your life, which would you choose and why?

Rhonda: Jersey Girl – because I had the most fun writing it and it is one that most everyone fell in love with when it released. I love the whole ‘guy falls for his best friend’s little sister’ trope. The idea that someone thinks they have the right to tell you who you can and can’t love is something I’ll never quite understand. I love that these two characters acknowledge that but go for it anyhow.

15. Which character have you written that’s most like you?

Rhonda: I’d have to say Delaney Dixon, who was the heroine in Fire and Ice. She was a spitfire. Hardworking. Loyal. Dedicated to a cause. And when she loved, she loved deeply. I truly loved writing her and found that her thoughts and dialogue just flowed like water while writing.

16. What do you munch on when writing?

Rhonda: Sour gummies. WAY too many of them!

17. What is your writing kryptonite?

Rhonda: My lack of focus. I am my own worst enemy most days. lol   (Same. I sabotage myself constantly ergh)

18. What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?

Rhonda: Facebook – I pulled away for a month this summer and managed to get so much done.

19. If you had to do something differently as a child or teenager to become a better writer as an adult, what would you do?

Rhonda: I believe I would have done more to solidify my independence. Moved out with friends. Traveled overseas. Gone to college and lived in the dorms. I remained at home (for personal/family reasons) and I truly regret missing out on life. However, I made up for it by running the streets with my best girlfriend and I was wild. There’s a little piece of my past in each one of my female characters lol

20. Have you ever Googled yourself?😉

Rhonda: Yes ma’am! I got a big kick out of it, too. My husband is bad to tell strangers to Google me and I am always behind him shaking my head not to. I’m really not all that interesting. lol  (ditto 😝)

21. Music or silence when you write?

Rhonda: Music. Loud music and often the same song on repeat if I am in the middle of a ‘big’ scene.

22. Is there any other genre you’d like to try writing?

Rhonda: I’d love to write YA and there is one more but I am afraid I’m not cut out for it. But we shall see. It’s also always been a dream of mine to write a children’s book but now that I have these under my belt I would probably have to do that under a pen name lol

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

Rhonda: I find it to be challenging to write arguments between my male characters. I’ll write them and read them back and laugh because I’m like, “Men wouldn’t say those things!”

24. If you could spend the day with one of your characters, who would it be and what would you do?

Rhonda: Gosh, that is a hard one. My first reaction is to say that I would love to spend the day with Derek Davis from my hockey series. Davis is so deeply in love with Laney. He’s always doting on her and coming to her rescue. And the only thing he wanted in return was for her to give him a chance. And in the bedroom… Good Lawd that man was hot! I think we’d spend most of the day in bed! Lol (if I’m being honest).

25. Which character in your books would you be least likely to get along with?

Rhonda: As far as secondary characters, I’d have to say Michael Cross (he was the asshole ex in the recently released 21). I hated that man. Out of my main characters, I’d have to say Rhyann Michaels (she is the heroine in My Only Regret). She wasn’t good at standing up for herself and allowed people to walk all over her. I don’t like that characteristic—probably because it reminds me too much of myself lol

26. How do you choose the names of your characters?

Rhonda: Oh boy. That is quite a process! Every single time I hear a name I like I find myself jotting it down on a list. Then, I look at the list and mix and match the first names with other last names. I say them out loud over and over and if they roll off my tongue, or if they make me smile, I keep them. Then, I run them by my assistant. I will give her 3 options and we ultimately choose our favorites. Often times they will just pop into my head and I’m like ‘that’s it!’ But I try to be careful not to use names too similar to those found in popular titles because the popular characters tend to overshadow your own uniquely crafted hero.

27. What does literary success look like to you?

Rhonda: Publishing works I am proud of

Recognition from my peers

Making readers fall in love with my word

Hitting one of the elusive bestseller lists

Being able to financially provide for my family on my writing income

28. Your latest book continues your List Series. What got you into writing the series you have?

Rhonda: My latest release, 21, is the first in a new series for me. The LIST Series revolves around four up and coming rock musicians and the women who win their hearts. Each story features a “list” of sorts. The heroine’s list in 21 was supposed to be a list of items to help her break free from her lackluster life. A night of tequila shots leads her to create a sexual bucket list. The rest of the story is her crazy race to check off every item on that list. It’s hot. It’s funny. It’s emotional. Most of all, it’s super sexy.

My first releases all featured rock stars in various stages of their careers. Music has always played an integral role in my life. My father was a musician in a band for more than 40 years. I have several very famous musicians in my extended family. I used to dream of being on stage, and would have loved to pursue that road if I was in my twenties again. I find musicians to be sexy and, for the most part, honest and hardworking individuals just like you and me. They are relatable and that makes them fun to write.

I wrote my hockey series because I have always had a deep love for the game of hockey. Years back I had season tickets to the Detroit Red Wings and I rarely missed a home game. My series featured college players because I felt I had more freedom to write about them in the early stages of their career. Plus, I really love writing about characters in that stage of life.

29. What’s one thing you’d like readers to get out of your books?

Rhonda: My books always end with an HEA. I can’t help it. It’s just who I am. One takeaway would be that life isn’t always easy but if you’re lucky enough to find true love then hold on tight and don’t let go. I LOVE the whole idea of love. There are days when I’d love to throttle my husband, but I’d die for him every single day of the week. And I know he’d say the same. He is my true life Superman.

30. What’s the best compliment you’ve gotten when it comes to your books?

Rhonda: I truly love it when readers message me and tell me they felt as if they wanted to be inside those pages with my characters. They felt as if they ‘knew’ them and could relate to them on a personal level. That is so important to me. I want my stories to be relatable and something that sticks with you long after you’ve read the last page.

31. Anything you’d like to say to your readers and fans?

Rhonda: I’d like to thank them for reading my stories. Joining my reader group. Reviewing my books. Messaging me late at night while they’re reading my words. I love every second of it! I want them to know that I’m not only an author but I’m also a fan, so I know what it’s like to finish a story and just need to reach out to the creator of those beautiful words that squeezed my heart in the best of ways. I want them to know that I’m always available to chat! Oh, and that I love each and every one of them!

32. Can you tell us what you’ve got coming up next?

Rhonda: Right now I am working on 17, which is the next book in The LIST Series. I also have another project in the works. Actually, I have about 5 more books lined up and waiting to be written. There has also been discussion of me co-writing with one of my favorite authors. Yay! (Awesome!! Can’t wait for all of them!)

Thank you so much for being my guest, Rhonda! I loved your answers & wish you much continued success with all your books & an amazing future as an amazing author!

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We’ve decked the halls and fa la la la la! 🎶🎄🎅🏻

FINALLY got the tree/house decorated! 🎄🌟🎅🏼🎁 Now I need SNOW!! ☃️❄️🌨

A Powers Play (The Powers That Be, Book 1.5) Coming Dec. 24!

Gable Powers had loved keeping me off-balance from the moment we met—dirty words whispered in my ear that made me tremble, a spectacular tattooed body that had my own craving his, a secret revealed that had only made me love him more. Even his proposal had taken me by surprise when he got down on one knee in the shower. But now it was my turn to shock him at midnight on New Year’s Eve in Vegas, and it was going to be awesome!

*All proceeds go to the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation ❤

Meet an Author–Molly McLain!

I’m so happy to introduce my guest author for November!!

*strikes up my own personalized rendition of “On Wisconsin” on my kazoo as I throw cheese squares* (uh, she’s from Wisconsin, folks 😛 )

Molly McLain!

Molly is a USA Today Best Selling Author of contemporary romance and she’s absolutely adorable! We met last fall when she very graciously took charge of the romance anthology Alphas & Fairytales that fifteen other authors and I, including Molly herself, contributed stories to, to benefit VETSports. So on top of writing her own story for it, she was organizing it all too. How awesome is she?!

Molly’s books are chock-full of HOT alpha males, and her characters are so realistic, you suddenly find yourself lost in their story actually thinking these are real people you’re reading about. I loved Ian and Lauren in her book Blink that was in the anthology. And I freaking loved Trent & Kinsey too from Bend (Vegas Heat, Book 1). Trent is the perfect blend of badass & alpha dude and Kinsey’s a woman in charge who doesn’t put up with a whole lot of crap. You want a hot couple to read? Go grab any of Molly’s books now! I’ll be reading more from her because she writes exactly the way I like to read, if that makes sense! ❤

Let’s find out more about Molly!

1. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you win a medal for?

Molly: Procrastinating, hands down. Molly Phelps. 16-time Olympic medalist for sitting on her ass. Boom!   (bwahahaha I’m right there with you, sister)

2. What’s your go-to band when you can’t decide what to listen to?

Molly: Journey or REO Speedwagon. #80sgirl   (Yaass! Van Halen–NOT Van Hagar–Metallica, Def Leppard)

3. What’s something you think everyone should do at least once in their lives?

Molly: Whoa. Not sure I can narrow this down to one thing 🙂 How about fall in love and experience heartbreak (so you can feel the full spectrum of love), take a trip just for yourself, and adopt a pet/save a life.   (I’m so gonna do the trip!)

4. What’s something that a ton of people are obsessed with but you don’t get the point of?

Molly: Confession: I’ve never read the Fifty Shades or Twilight books. Never watched the movies either, and I have absolutely no reason for doing so. Just haven’t. 🙂

5. What are you looking forward to most in the next 10 years?

Molly: Great question! I hope to quit the day job and write full-time at some point between now and then, but I also can’t wait to see the cool things my kiddos do as they become adults!

6. What fad or trend do you wish would come back?

Molly: Hair bands. Except without the hair. Like, give me my screechy rock, but keep the spiral perms and bangs. (But…but…Jon Bon Jovi…)

7. What question do you most want to know the answer to?

Molly: When am I going to win the lottery? 🙂

8. PC or Mac?

Molly: Mac at home, PC at the day job.

9. Would you rather give up bathing for a month or give up the internet for a month? 😝 

Molly: Bathing…duh! What kind of question is that!?

10. What’s your guilty pleasure on Netflix?

Molly: I only watch Netflix at my sister’s and we binge on cooking shows. I’m a totally Food Network junkie. 

11. What’s one of your biggest pet peeves?

Molly: Being interrupted or someone trying to have a conversation over the top of mine. Grrr! 

12. What was your favorite childhood book?

Molly: All things Nancy Drew!

13. What’s the first book that made you cry?

Molly: The better question is probably about the first book I DIDN’T cry over.  I seriously get teary at toilet paper commercials. Give me an ounce of emotion and it’s a cryfest.   (😂)

14. If you could market/sell only one of your books for the rest of your life, which would you choose and why?

Molly: Can’t Shake You, my very first book. In many ways, it’s the story of my heart. ❤  (Aw! I love that!)

15. Which character have you written that’s most like you?

Molly: I think they all have a little piece of me in them. 🙂

16. What do you munch on when writing?

Molly: I don’t munch much when I write…but I do guzzle fountain soda like a 1975 Pontiac guzzles gas.    (😜)

17. What is your writing kryptonite?

Molly: Music! Either country ballads or gritty rock.

18. What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?

Molly: Um…nothing. I’m too selfish. (I guess maybe socks. I hate socks anyway. 😉 )

19. If you had to do something differently as a child or teenager to become a better writer as an adult, what would you do?

Molly: Just keep at it. Write whatever you want, without boundaries. Do it again and again and again.

20. Have you ever Googled yourself? 😉 

Molly: The real me, yes. That chick is CRAZY!   (😜)

21. Music or silence when you write?

Molly: Music usually.

22. Is there any other genre you’d like to try writing?

Molly: I’ll always write romance, but I may or may not have a few paranormal romance projects hanging around my hard drive.   (I SO wanna do paranormal romance!)

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

Molly: Coming. Or is cumming? That looks freaking weird. lol  (I vote “coming” 😛 )  I LOVE writing heroes, but since I’m not one, I always worry how wrong I actually am about the male big O.

24. If you could spend the day with one of your characters, who would it be and what would you do?

Molly: Josh Hudson. Because he’s hot, obvs. Wait, no…maybe Brody Nelson. He’s “bejeweled” and I want to try out that carnival ride. 

25. How do you choose the names of your characters?

Molly: Just names that I like. Nothing too different, but nothing too “Mary Sue” either.

26. What does literary success look like to you?

Molly: Being able to write full-time and be financially stable. Maybe putting out 2-3 books a year.

27. Your latest book continues your River Bend Series. What got you into writing contemporary romance?

Molly: My last release was this summer. Boo to that! Can’t Let Go is the last book in my River Bend series, and I got started with small-town romance because I live in a small town and I have a very active imagination. My poor neighbors. lol   ( 😛 )

28. What’s one thing you’d like readers to get out of your books?

Molly: Hopefully that I write “real” characters that they can connect with on several levels.  (It’s true! I wasn’t making that up & I didn’t read your answer before saying that!)

29. What’s the best compliment you’ve gotten when it comes to your books?

Molly: That I’ve made readers cry. Knowing I’ve struck an emotional chord for someone is the best possible compliment.

30. Anything you’d like to say to your readers and fans?

Molly: Just a friendly reminder to take a few moments every single day for the ones you love. Hug them, kiss them, call them, think of them… Life is short and love is everything. ❤ 

31. Can you tell us what you’ve got coming up next?

Molly: Nope! It’s a super secret. 😉 But it’ll be here before the end of the year! 😀   (can’t wait to see what it is!)

Thank you so much for being my guest & for coming to my rescue & going earlier than you were supposed to, Molly! I appreciate it gobs! I wish you TONS of success & no writer’s block ever 😉 ❤

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