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Jennifer Shirk
December 6th, 2010, 08:48 AM
Hey, all! I'm at Rula Sinara's blog A Writer's Rush (http://awritersrush.blogspot.com/) today! Cheerleader

She was kind of enough to want to interview me and since it's the holidays and all, I'll be doing a little book giveway to some lucky commenter.
You have until Wed. Dec 8th to comment.
I'll be giving away a copy of Georgie on His Mind or The Role of a Lifetime (winner's choice)
Stop by and say hello!


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Blurb of The Role of a Lifetime:
There's more to life than playing make believe.
Sandra Moyer has a good reason to distrust actors. She was once married to one who left her and her child. However, she's desperate for publicity to help her struggling preschool. Hollywood playboy Ben Capshaw's request to access her classes to prepare for a role is an offer she can't refuse.
Sandra second guesses herself on that decision until she sees Ben in action with the children. Her apprehension turns to wonder, and then to feelings she'd thought were closed off forever. Yet how can she trust that what she's seeing is real?
As a boy, Ben learned that acting was the answer to everything. The role he's up for now will enhance his career and, he's sure, secure his happiness. But spending time with Sandra and her daughter stirs up emotions that-for once-aren't pretend.
Ben's ready for a lifetime role as husband and father-if he can convince Sandra not to typecast him.

Blurb for Georgie on His Mind:
Georgie Mayer has no boyfriend and rarely goes out. In short, she needs a life. Since she's graduated college and returned back home, her brother's protectiveness has been in overdrive, and she hasn't been able to have any fun, never mind get a date.
So what's a poor particularly attractive girl to do in a situation like this? The only thing she can do: find him a woman!
He'll thank her for it in the end. That is, if his best friend Walt Somers would stop interfering with her plans. The handsome pharmacist has made no secret that he doesn't approve of what she's up to. Unfortunately, having Walt hanging around does strange things to her mind, and suddenly she can't help but take a healthy interest in him. But how can Georgie entertain thoughts of the two of them together when Walt still treats her like his best friend's little sister?

Jennifer Shirk
December 8th, 2010, 11:17 AM
Just a little reminder: :whistilin:

Today is the last day to comment and win one of my books.

Thanks to everyone who has already stopped by!! Cheerleader