"Fiction is the purest art. Commercial fiction is the butter, the darkest chocolate, and the finest malt. That's why we are so addicted to it."--Angie Brooksby-Arcangioli
Elle seems hilarious - I'm definitely intrigued enough to check out her book (I usually never read rom-com, but my resistance has been partially eroded by Tawna Fenske, and partially by the fact that I am a sucker for European monarchies.)Also, I really do love her cover.
I LOOOVE this story. Thanks for sharing. Off to buy the frog book. P.S. I'm also like, How does someone lose her pants? I mean, did they ever turn up?
So, if I remove my pants and try to get on a flight the sales of my novel, recently self-pubbed for Kindle, will...uhm...take off?Hmm. Perhaps worth a try. Marketing an ebook with zero dollars is tough!
Excellent story. I really needed some entertainment today. I'll definitely be checking out that book now.
The legitimate heir to an illegitimate throne? Those family reunions have got to be depressing:"Here's the slide of Grandpa greeting the King of Spain as he departs the royal carriage and ascends the grand staircase to the palace's diplomatic reception foyer..." A collective sigh resonates through Holiday Inn banquet room number 3...
My daughter's one of those TSA agents. She told me once that after greeting a passenger, the person gaped at her. "I never see you people smile!"
Great story.Gives a whole new meaning to our mothers' admomition to wear clean knickers.
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