Fresh FIction Box Not To Miss
July is a month of Book Signings in Dallas — WILL CLARKE
Guests / July 21, 2006

I’m so late, but hey, it’s still the same month! Got a chance to go with the DFW Tea group to the the Will Clarke launch of his latest — THE WORTHY, A GHOST’S STORY — at the Lincoln Park Barnes and Noble in Dallas. A very healthy crowd of people were there to greet Will and get their mitts on the latest. Although, this book was actually written ten years ago it is very in the vogue. THE WORTHY is the story of a dead frat pledge and his vengance on his killers in Louisiana. Filled with colorful characters that bring back fond memories of Louisiana and southern college life, THE WORTHY is a great read and I refuse to give up my copy, so go get your own! Check out the signing photos Sara posted on the Fresh Fiction Flickr page — should be under the Worthy set. Visit to learn more about books and authors.

Worth a giggle — Fabio and NASCAR
Guests / November 14, 2005

THE COLBERT REPORT NASCAR has entered into a licensing agreement allowing Harlequin to publish steamy novels with racing themes, with titles like Into the Groove and Dangerous Curves. This is a terrible idea. NASCAR is one of the final frontiers of male bonding, where the love of speed and horrible car accidents draws men to together to drink beer and high-five. The only women who should be allowed into this holy speedway are the ones willing to be turned into meaningless objects to be leered at by gearheads. Hey, Harlequin, we don’t drive racecars through your wildflower meadows. Don’t put Fabio in our firesuits. Unfortunately, there are things you just don’t make up… So you think both NASCAR and Harlequin really think this is a match made in heaven? Who wants to read a romance set in the race pit? Have you checked out the guys who go to the races? Most of the ones I know leave their families behind for a weekend of unchecked “fun” Visit to learn more about books and authors.