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Judi Fennell | So Punny
Uncategorized / February 2, 2010

Thanks so much for having me back to talk about my latest release, CATCH OF A LIFETIME, the story of Mer princess Angel Tritone (younger sister to Rod and Reel from the other two stories), and Logan Hardington, a Human who wants nothing more than Normal in his life. A Mer(maid) is as far from Normal as you can get. I had a lot of fun with this series, both with the stories themselves–the characters’ journeys–and the storytelling. See, I was a language major in college (my degree is in Spanish). As such, I had to take a second foreign language (French), and had taken that and some German in high school, in addition to the required English courses. I loved all of them because I love language. I hadn’t realized how much I did though, until I started writing IN OVER HER HEAD, the first book in my Mer series. Oh, the story started off pretty straightforward, nothing to indicate it would veer down the pun-filled slope it did. When the Mer man, Reel, showed up I still had no clue. Then Reel’s sidekick showed up, a suckerless remora fish named Chumley, who goes by the nickname Chum. Okay,…

Fresh Pick | BACK IN BLACK by Lori Foster
Fresh Pick / February 2, 2010

SBC Fighters #5 February 2010On Sale: February 2, 2010Featuring: Gillian Noode; Drew Black320 pages ISBN: 0425232980EAN: 9780425232989Paperback$7.99 Romance Contemporary Buy at Back In Blackby Lori Foster In a hookup this hot, someone’s bound to get burned… Never before published from the New York Times bestselling author Gillian is a PR expert hired to smooth out the rough edges on hot- headed sports club president Drew Black. He’s rough, raw and ready for any challenge Gillian throws his way. But which one’s going to end up on top? Excerpt CHAPTER ONE Back in BlackGillian Noode stood against the back wall of the popular bar, Roger’s Rodeo, where many fighters hung out. She was close enough to observe him, but not close enough to get noticed. Yet. At least, not by him. Plenty of other men had already given her the once-over, showing appreciation for her trim black skirt, her low-scooped white blouse and strappy sandals. A few had even tried to strike up a conversation. Though tempted, she’d politely declined. She’d come here for a reason, and Drew Black was it. Dressed in well-worn jeans and a comfortable black T-shirt bearing the logo of the SBC fight organization, the president…