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September 27 - October 3
It's BANNED BOOKS WEEK and we're recognizing this important eek with BANNED BOOK features from our authors.
Please welcome Jewel Quinlan, author of BOY TOY, The Cougar Journals Book 2!
As an author I can tell you that the creative process is one that needs to be free. Our imaginations have to have the freedom to explore the human experience whether that means writing about true love and miracles or the darker side of reality which makes are characters true to life and relatable. The categories and restrictions that pop up, as a result of a bookstore trying to make its rows easier to figure out, or a publisher trying to follow a trend, change from year to year and often feel random.
Right when everyone thinks they have figured out the magical criteria for what makes a bestseller—bam!—one pops up that doesn’t meet any of it and a trends explodes in a vertical direction from what the publishing world thought it would. I think some of the best ideas are born when we let ourselves roam free on the plains of our imagination and capture on paper what speaks to our hearts. Although sometimes structure can be helpful in guiding an author to fulfill their vision, limitations have no place there. I for one will continue to write what my soul dictates I share with you because that’s where I think some of the best ideas are born.
About the author:
From a young age, Jewel Quinlan has had an endless imagination and desire to write novels. She particularly enjoys writing paranormal and fantasy romance. An avid traveler, she has visited fifteen countries so far (which she enjoys using as setting in her novels) and has plans to see more of the world. During the day she work as a pharmaceutical sales representative and at night she writes romance. She currently lives in Orange County, California with her two dogs. To learn more, you can follow her on Twitter and Facebook or visit her on her website: http://jewelquinlan.com
by Jewel Quinlan from Evernight Publishing
Blurb: Left hot, bothered, and disappointed by Grant—the man she had high hopes for—Ava breaks up with him and heads out on a ski weekend with a group of friends. Harrison, a twenty-three year old member of the group, can’t help but take notice of her and makes advances. Some of which Ava can’t brush aside when they are stuck sharing a room together. Will she give in to Harrison’s moves or go home and work things out with Grant?
Where you can buy Boy Toy:
iBooks or add it to your shelf on Goodreads