During the past month or so, I’ve talked about Cake, my latest release, pretty much non-stop. So much so, in fact, that I came thisclose to not blogging about it here at Women and Words. But then I decided it was fair to do a recap post of sorts to let you know what’s up with it.
- It’s available from Ylva Publishing and a bunch of other booksellers, including Amazon. Since it’s a novella, it’s available for $2.99. I Love that price!
- Ten percent of the royalties will be donated to the United Nations World Food Programme.
- It’s getting kick-ass reviews.
Fun Promo Stuff
- Marion Dries interviewed me for her Voices of Lesbian Literature series.
- The fabulous folks over at Cocktail Hour hosted me for a Conversation at the Bar. You can check that out HERE.
- I did a blog tour of sorts (that means I asked a bunch of friends to loan me their blogs for a day and they agreed. You can check out those posts if you want:
- Look! A book trailer!
Kelly and Elana’s relationship is a recipe for disaster. First, they meet at a wedding, and that never works. Second, Kelly’s older brother is marrying Elana’s ex-lover. And third, Elana is still painfully, undeniably in love with said ex.
When it comes to other people’s lives, Elana Verdad is an expert. As a licensed psychologist and life coach, she helps people overcome obstacles. Her own life, on the other hand, is a disaster. Her lover left her for a man, so she drove over his mailbox accidentally on purpose. Now, not only did the judge take away her driver’s license, he also assigned her to community service at the local women’s prison. In what may be her worst idea ever, Elana decides to crash their wedding.
Kelly Miller may not understand her brother’s rush to marry his girlfriend, but when he asks her to bake his wedding cake, it’s not as if she can refuse. She’s in the catering business after all. At the wedding, she meets a beautiful, complicated, and seriously damaged woman. Although Kelly knows it’s crazy, she’s drawn to her nonetheless.
Despite the reasons they shouldn’t be together, there’s still an undeniable something between them. All they need is a chance to enjoy their slice of the cake.