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I’m begging for your VOTE!
Author Guest , Saturdays with Sara / August 11, 2010

We submitted a panel suggestion for the 2011 South by Southwest Interactive Festival (SXSW) where over 20,000 people gather to discuss the latest in Film and Interactive (the music part is a few thousand more). This gathering helps to fuel what you’ll see on your smartphones, web browsers and other devices in the coming year. So it’s a GOOD thing to attend the festival and even better to be in the program! And so, I proposed “Book Blogs, Better Than NYT Books Reviews” a panel of top book bloggers along with Fresh Fiction to discuss the changes in where we find book reviews. And they accepted it. Now, here’s how it works. The public (that would be YOU) gets to vote on the panel. So even if you have NO intention of going to SXSW, your voice can be heard. VOTE FOR PANEL Yes, it’s part popularity contest, but it’s also geared to show the appeal of the panel, so here’s the scoop… I need thousands of votes, even if you don’t ever plan on going to South by Southwest, or care about it, or are totally confused, you can still vote for Fresh Fiction. It’s easy to do, just…

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Guests / August 11, 2010

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Fresh Pick | SHOULDA BEEN A COWBOY by Lorelei James
Fresh Pick / August 11, 2010

Rough Riders June 2010 On Sale: June 1, 2010 Featuring: Cameron McKay; Domini Katzinski 288 pages ISBN: 1605047449 EAN: 9781605047447 Trade Size (reprint) $15.00 Add to Wish List Erotica Buy at Shoulda Been A Cowboy by Lorelei James The bigger they are, the harder they fall—in love. Soldier Cameron McKay has found his niche, and it ain’t ropin’ steers and wearin’ spurs. His deputy sheriff job, plus battle injuries that ended his military career, keep him right where he wants to be: Off the ranch and away from his family’s pity. His darkest war memories are on lockdown, leaving him skeptical he’ll ever find a woman who wants a man who’s less than whole. Domini Katzinski has had to control every aspect of her life since age eleven, when she was orphaned in the Ukraine. Watching others’ relationships crumble has convinced her to focus on the short-term and find a take-charge man to whom she can relinquish total sexual control. Cam fits the bill: gorgeous, with a brooding vulnerability no one else seems to see. Plus, he has his own handcuffs. Once Cam gets over his surprise that sweet, shy Domini wants to be dominated, he is back to…

Carolyn Brown | A Talk With Cathy of the Honky Tonk
Guests / August 11, 2010

Hello all y’all at Fresh Fiction! I’m so glad to be here today, especially after meeting y’all at the RWA Conference in Orlando last week. What a wonderful experience getting to visit with y’all. HELL, YEAH hit the bookshelves with a bang the first of the month. It’s the second in the Honky Tonk series, following I LOVE THIS BAR which came out in June. MY GIVE A DAMN’S BUSTED will be out in October andHONKY TONK CHRISTMAS in December. HELL, YEAH is Cathy O’Dell’s and Travis Henry’s story and I thought we’d interview Cathy today so y’all could get to know her better before you rush right out and buy the book … or else throw your name in the Stetson to win a copy. Pretzels and peanuts are on the bar. Get comfortable and get your questions ready and we’ll get started as soon as Cathy finishes up her night at the Honky Tonk. She’s popping the top off a cold beer right now and propping her feet up on one of the tables so I think she’s just about ready. You’ll find a pencil and piece of paper beside you so write down whatever you’d like to…