Friday, September 25, 2009

If you were a book, what would your blurb be?

My blog tour kicks off today at LoveStruckNovice with Sarah Simas. Come join me!!!.
Here is a taste of the interview:

If you were a book, what would your blurb be?
Oooh, good question, but a toughy. This will require me to be a little vain, but here goes...

Kimberly Killion, award-winning author of sexy medieval romance, seeks adventure and romance. But what happens when she finds what she’s looking for in the seductive arms of a hawt Highland rogue?

Laird Braw Scot is looking for a woman with an imaginative mind and taste for scandal. He finds her tucked behind her computer, hiding her passion for life inside a motherboard. Does he have the skills to seduce her away from the keyboard?

Will she give up her dreams of hitting the NY Times list and seek passion in the treacherous wilds of Scotland? Or will she resign to live comfortably in the secluded privacy of her Midwest home and never know the meaning of love?


  1. I loved this when I read it on the other site. Very witty! Oh, you'll be glad to know you're not the only one...I am terrified of balloons. Yes, I was that mean mom when my kids were younger who would say at the grocery store, "Oh, thank you, but my children don't need a balloon."

  2. Yeah...on my daughter's fifth birthday I went to pick up the balloons from the "party store". It was July, about 120 degree and after I filled my van with roughly 50 balloon, buckled the 5 yr old into her carseat and started for home, did the over-blown balloons start to pop from the heat. It sounded like gunfire in my van. My daughter was screaming and I couldn't pull over to do a damn thing about it.
    My students (college age) think it's funny so when my birthday rolls around they like to "surprise" me with balloons. I won't walk into the room.
    I HATE ballons. :(