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4. What are you working on now?
I am working on Draw the Line which is a take off the trope of a marriage of convenience.
6. What is your up-most favorite book? (This includes from your childhood!)
7. When you were younger, did you always want to be a writer when you grew up?
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My rating: 5 of 5 stars
You may have heard and read bits and pieces here and there about the book: “Typecast”, because it was something we were all able to vote on, through Amazon and Kindle Scout, and the best part- this book is was one of the Winners!
So firstly, let me begin with a huge congrats to Kim for winning the Kindle Scout contest! Woot! Woot!
Next, let me start with my raving review: Kim still truly inspires me with her story telling ability. I love how this book goes from the “Play writer” to the “Story telling” scenarios. This part is what is I find truly inspiring. No other book is like this, least wise that I have read…yet.
And the characters, as you read them you can’t help but visualize them in your mind and want to meet them. Especially their eyes, blue. And when I see blue eyes, I always see into their soul. Blue eyes are just so sexy. To me, anyway, and yeah, I’m entitled to my opinion. Whose review is this?!
‘“I kissed Logan Alexander.” Ivy stared at the television even though it wasn’t on. She didn’t need to watch reruns any-way . The kiss replaying in her head over-shadowed anything else.’
She kissed Logan! Ivy kissed Logan! That lucky beautiful woman kissed Logan! Ok, I read that line and now I’m jealous. No. Wait what?! I am getting jealous of a character in a book. I looked over at my husband, he asks me what. I started laughing. I proceeded to tell him what I read, and what Logan looked like (to me) and that I was jealous of Ivy. My husband rolled his eyes at me, and said I need help.
I than told him, no really, I think I was getting so involved in this book, I felt like I was a character right there, while Ivy is announcing that she kissed him, and I am listening, and I am one of those …(must watch my mouth…) woman standing there. Normally I call myself something else, actually I call most of us woman something else, because let’s face it, most of the time, we are. Especially, when it comes to jealousy, but I am a tell it all kind of person.
While reading "Typecast" at first, I wasn't sure if Ivy was really going to be able to pull it off, sometime her shyness, seemed a little stronger than usual. And the fact that Logan wanted to make a name for himself again, I knew he could. He still had the looks. But in the distance I felt he sometimes doubted himself, or wanted to. But together, I felt they were each others anchor in the long run.
On point….reading this book, I thought it was a very strong book. A very romantic book, with a lot of really interesting acting, and the inside scoop of actors and acting. I loved the fact, that while I was reading, unlike while reading the “Jackie Collins” books, this book had more sex appeal, and the people even looked better, in the wording alone!
I found this book, well worth reading, and enjoyed every minute of it, including the fabulous list of characters! Like I keep saying, I love the writing style, with the play write, and then back to story line. I think it makes it even more interesting. It makes you feel like you are right there with them as they do their thing too!
A definite five star review, no wonder it made it onto the Kindle Scout Awards! It is well worth it! It will keep you entertained in your chair, sipping a glass of wine, and thinking, “This book would make for an excellent Movie!” Kim Carmichael has the writers touch, and “Typecast" proves it!
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