Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Serendipity e-book

Now on Smashwords too! Sample here. Woo-hoooo!!

Tipping the Scale of Suckocity-Coming soon!


Well, it's official. Alli Oldfield's life has tipped the Scale of Suckocity. Working at the world's lamest mini-golf course in New Hampshire can do that to one's life, especially when it's family-owned and named the Pirate's Booty. 




But then add in being fired by her own parents after a kid is nearly killed, and oh, yeah, a girl's life can off-the-chart suck. 
 
Sick of being labeled a dorker-ly loser, Alli seizes a chance to work at Surf Land water park. So what if it's her parents' competition? That's where all the cool kids work, including cool kids like Derek Lansing. When he asks her out, she's sure her life-changing plan can't fail. 
 
There's just one teensy little problem: her plan is failing. With that weak stomach of hers, she should never have worked in a water park. Never. Now things are beyond strained with her parents. Her best friend, Jeff, is weirding out. Worse, she's sabotaging her relationships with both boys, probably because she doesn't feel so great about herself. 
 
So what's a girl to do? Why, figure out how to really fix her life this time, of course. If she can only set everything right with her family, get her priorities in check, and give in to all this growing up stuff, Alli just might turn her summer into one that scores a solid ten on the Scale of Fabu-freakin'-lousity... 
 
Tipping the Scale of Suckocity is a romantic comedy about one fifteen-year-old Alli Oldfield who is grappling with growing up and her first love, and ranks each event in her life on the infamous Scale of Suckocity.

Read an excerpt here!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Seriously Serendipity



All Camille did was ask Santa for a little help. She just wanted to convince a world-wary preschooler that he still existed.

She might have asked for a little help with her love life, too.

And maybe she requested a lot of assistance in finding her grandmother that perfect someone as well. All Ella needs is an absolutely wonderful someone who could bring back the sparkle that had disappeared from her eyes the day Grandpa John died, after all.

That's it, though. That's all Camille asked for.

But what does Santa do? He sails into town, opens a bakery, and has a heart attack getting frisky with her grandmother himself instead. Mr. Claus was definitely NOT the wonderful someone Camille had had in mind, though. Worse, he’s dragged along his grandson Alex, a pompous, dorky accountant who dons polyester dress socks.

So what if he's hot, too. As in reallyyyy hot.

Nope, Camille never asked for this. None of it. But then who would ever expect a simple Christmas wish could blow up into some serious serendipity?

Brimming with sugar and spice and a heroine who struggles with being nice, Seriously Serendipity is a romantic comedy for everyone who's dreamed about finding that perfectly imperfect love.


Buy Seriously Serendipity, a romantic comedy full of sugar and spice and a heroine who thinks there's nothing more overrated than being nice! Now on your Nook or Kindle


ETA--Or go to Smashwords! Available there now too.