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I'd Rather be Writing...

I was invited to participate in a cookbook with 84 other authors. I heard the title and thought, I'm SO not alone. The funny thing is, I am a pretty terrible cook. Fortunately my husband has no sense of smell or taste. (We ARE meant for each other!) But I only needed to provide one yummy recipe that can be made quickly. Not a problem. I have a couple of those that I whip up for company. I'm going to buy this cookbook for sure. I can't wait to add more of these quick recipes so I can have people over more than twice. LOL 

So, what else would I rather be writing than doing? Just about everything! When I'm on a roll, and the book is flowing--like the one I'm working on now--I really hate interruptions. I just wrote the first 3 chapters last week and now I have a new release to pimp, 3 blogs to write, contests to hold... *sigh*

Oh well, promotion is the nature of the beast. So, without further delay, here's the promo portion of this post:
Tug of Attraction! Book 2 in the Love Spells Gone Wrong series! It's one of my faves and The Endometriosis Foundation will receive part of my royalties. My heroine Brigit has endo, so this isn't your typical romance! Check it out (please.)

Barnes And Noble:
or Amazon:

And while I'm at it, I'd like to talk up the first ever New England Romance Reader/Author conference!
It's a year away...Oct 2016, so why am I telling you about this now? Because there's an awesome early bird discount for readers! Read all about it. Fall in Love with New England
We're planning so many fun things I can hardly wait!

What would you rather be writing than doing?


  1. Now you've got me curious about that cookbook, Ashlyn! Easy recipes are gold for weeknights.

    I would say "I'd rather be writing than cleaning my house," but cleaning is my way to both procrastinate and brainstorm. It's such a change of pace from writing that sometimes it shakes loose a new idea. So, I don't know! I guess I need those breaks to keep the words flowing.

    1. I hear you! I usually do a through cleaning once a month, but the maintenance moments are great for letting the mind wander and problem solve.

  2. Sounds like a great project! I was just thinking about what to make for dinner tonight.


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