This is one of the stops of this booktour. Not an Angel was really charmingly sweet and romanticFirst to introduce the author. Here is the book tour schedule
About the Author:Dawn Chartier never knew she wanted to be a writer while growing up. Sure her parents owned a book shop, and she was surrounded by bookworms, but she wasn’t one of “those” writers who started early. No, Dawn was inspired by strange events in her life, one was a bitch named, Katrina. Yes, that hur-ricane. But a few months before the storm, Dawn read an article on Marie Laveau in the New Orleans local newspaper and it sparked an idea. She began researching the voodoo priestess, and then Katrina hit. Out of destruction, ideas formed, characters spoke and plots twisted. One thing lead to another and an author was born. (Must have been something in the air, because a few authors were born out of Katrina’s wrath.) Dawn Chartier sold her first paranormal romance book, (Not An Angel) to The Wild Rose Press, and her second book, a contemporary erotic romance (Diamonds) to Siren BookStrand. Dawn is a member of RWA, Sola-Writers, FF&P and Savvy Authors. You can find her chatting on Twitter and Facebook when she’s not buried inside of a book or writing her next one. Dawn lives near New Orleans with her husband, two daughters, two golden retrievers, and plenty of wildlife. Visit her on dawnchartier.com or dawntheauthor.blogspot. com like her on FB or stalk her on twitter
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Hi RoRo and readers,
Thank you for having me today. I’ve been on a week-long book tour for NOT AN ANGEL, and it’s been one helluva’ ride. I’ve talked about all sorts of things, but today I just want to relax and be myself.
I was reading a magazine at lunch time today and I found a few articles that were interesting to me. One was a do’s and don’ts article. I don’t know about you, but I hate those. Seems like when I try out the do’s, then they say, don’t. I can’t keep up. I remember the big hair days in the early 80’s, and the Z Cavaricci balloon looking jeans that everyone had to have. Baggy at the top and tight, tight around the ankles. Like I said, I could never keep up. (I can’t believe we wore those. And no that is not me. Blah!)
So, I continued through to the next page and read an article about childhood star crushes. I know I’ll give my age away, but I had a huge crush on Leif Garrett, Shawn Cassidy, Rick Springfield, and Scott Baio to name a few. My sister crushed on Donny Osmond. Google them to see their old picks. It must have loved long hair or something, because they all had it.
(Isn’t Scott a cutie!)
So who did you crush on in high school?
p.s. I wanted to announce that I have a new release out next week. Diamonds will be released from Siren Bookstrand. And also, if anyone here is near New Orleans on March 2-4, 2012 I will be at a conference in New Orleans called. Fantasy On The Bayou. (www.fantasyonthebayou.blogspot.com) Guest speaker is, Karen M. Moning, one of my favorite authors!
So your crush was? (Here is a little eye candy for you that’s a little more up to date).