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Crystal Green | My Multiple Personalities
Author Guest / January 16, 2013

There are some mornings I wake up and I have no idea who I am. Doesn’t that sound like the premise for a thriller or a sci-fi movie? Well, it’s actually the story of my professional life, and it’s not necessarily a confusing or terrible thing. I use more than one pen name, and to tell you the truth, I love having multiple identities.  🙂 I suppose I’m comfortable with this because, in regular life, I’m an eclectic reader. I also love all kinds of music, food, entertainment, you name it. So it follows that this would branch out into my writing. One side of me is a sucker for a good rom-com, another loves being frightened by horror stories, and yet another is a fantasy geek. Allow me to introduce myselves then…. Identity number one: Crystal Green (author of romance, mostly for Harlequin Special Edition and Blaze) Crystal’s first book was published by Special Edition way back at the turn of the century. That’s over 13 years ago now!  One of her first books took place in a small, fictional Kentucky town called Kane’s Crossing and, from there, she was asked to write Montana Mavericks books, Fortunes of Texas…

Getting Ready for Super Bowl but want to stand by your Resolutions? Some Tips from Heather Bauer
Author Guest / January 16, 2013

With Super Bowl XLVI coming up many people are planning to be couch potatoes while eating unhealthy snacks as they enjoy the game. Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest eating day of the year right behind Thanksgiving, and if you vowed to lose weight in 2013, the Super Bowl may be another obstacle to overcome. Celebrity Nutritionist and author of BREAD IS THE DEVIL (St. Martin’s Griffin/ December 2012), Heather Bauer has a perfect game plan to continue your healthy eating even at a Super Bowl party. Prior to Kickoff Ensure that you aren’t starving by the time your Super Bowl party starts. Make sure that you eat regular meals (i.e. breakfast, lunch, and a PM snack) before you arrive at your party so that you can perform well at game-time. The Defense As a Super Bowl party guest, you will be playing on someone else’s turf, and so you will need to be on the defensive. When you get to the party, hold off on hitting the food table. Converse with the other guests, and grab a glass of water to help fill you up. Allow yourself a small taste of everything at the party that you want….