3. What are you working on now?
4. What do you suggest to people trying to become writers and do you think being a writer is a desirable job?
5. What is your favorite thing about writing books?
Creating a world and living in a fantasy and talking to readers.
6. How long have you been writing?
7. Have you won any awards or recognition for your writing?
Yes in fact Permanent was a finalist in Assent Publications Best new romance contest
8. What all education have you had?
Contemporary Los Angeles and Pop Culture because I live it.
10. What are your favorite things to read? And why?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When I received this book ages ago, it arrived in a box with several others, and it was autographed. Did you hear what I said? Autographed! What all could a person ask for from one of their favorite writers? Books, signed and right to your door! Yeah!
So here I am sick in bed, and can’t reach my computer because everyone took my electronics from me, and there the book sits. Its looking at me, calling to me. I can’t stop coughing, I can’t sleep, and I need to read. Yeah!
I pick it up, and start reading. Shane Elliot greets me at page one. A tattoo artist, that as I keep reading seems like everything any woman in her wildest dreams would be interested in. I mean, you know. If you like a handsome man, with tattoos, and muscles, and you know—hot.
What’s even better about Shane, he likes to stand out, and have fun. But the bad part, is that Shane is pretending that underneath it all, his problems don’t exist. You can’t do that when your problems are bill collectors, especially when those bill collectors end up being the IRS.
One day, much to Shane’s surprise he ends up with a new neighbor. A person in debt usually needs an account to help them figure out how to get out of debt, and fix their problems correct? Well low and behold the beautiful Lindsay Stevens is just that. Shane thinks he just might be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The only thing is, Lindsay has a past, that she wants to leave in the past. So she tries to keep her distance with Shane, and finds it hard to do so, because after all, he is just the kind of guy that her heart is seemingly yearning for.
Will Lindsay’s past come back to haunt her, and will Shane get his debt back on track? These two must learn to accept one another, for who and what they are, can they do this?
“Permanent” is the first book in the ‘Indelibly Marked Series’. It is a book that will take you into the lives of a tattoo artist, and of course his debt, and long with his lifestyle. The book is written quite exquisitely and you will enjoy every minute of it, as you fall in love with the characters, and learn about them, and their lives. This is a wonderful five-star book, that you will want to read again and again.
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