Saturday, March 31, 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
As of Monday, I'll no longer be writing romance in the closet (I'll be writing it on my kitchen table!) I'm going to a new website and blog (one that uses Word Press). My web designer did a great job updating my look to incorporate the very colorful covers Berkley has been giving me. I think it looks beautiful (sneak peek above) and hope you'll join me there on Monday. I'll be back to place a permanent link. Happy weekend, everyone!
Sunday, February 26, 2012
If you write romance (or any kind of genre fiction with romance in it) and live in the Orlando area, then you might want to consider stopping by the Central Florida Romance Writers monthly meeting this Saturday, March 3. I'll be the guest speaker and my topic is How to Write a Better Book. You can find the details right here. Hope to see you there!
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Isn't her cover absolutely yummy?
Friday, January 20, 2012
So... back to the cover. Although this is the final "look" the final cover will actually have a different quote. The top quote is going to be replaced with this:
“A lovely story starring a heroine who could be any one of us. An unexpected delight!” –Carly Phillips, NY Times Best Selling Author.
And this quote is going on the back:
“Maria Geraci writes with a vibrant, rich, contemporary voice that manages to be tender and hilarious at the same time. A Girl Like You delivers the goods: unforgettable characters set in a quirky small town with a feel-good ending that lasts long after you close the book.” Roxanne St. Claire, NY Times Bestselling Author.
The book comes out August 7, and is already available on Amazon for pre-order.
Here's the back cover copy:
A GIRL LIKE YOU
Every ugly ducking is a swan in waiting.
Emma Frazier loves her job as a journalist for a Florida lifestyle magazine. Emma knows she’s no great beauty, but she’s confident she has a shot with her handsome new boss, Ben Gallagher—until Emma overhears a mutual acquaintance refer to her as the “ugly friend.” In an effort to reclaim her battered self-esteem, Emma decides to impress Ben by promising an exclusive interview with NASCAR legend, Trip Monroe.
Emma and Trip went to high school together and although it’s been fourteen years since they’ve spoken, Emma is certain she can score an interview with the elusive super star. But connecting with Trip turns out to be harder than Emma imagined. Her quest for the interview leads her back to her hometown of Catfish Cove, where old secrets and a new romantic interest shake up Emma’s views on life and teach her that the key to finding true love is as simple as accepting yourself for the person you were always meant to be.