BLOG TOUR FLASHBACK – Love in the Fast Lane
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Love in the Fast Lane
Fiery Seas Publishing, LLC
November 8, 2016
Racecar driver, Nathan Wolf, is primed to win his first championship. A thriving career and sexy holiday fling have Nathan riding the high life. But the past haunts him and could ruin it all.
After six long years, Brielle Woods has finally put the past behind her. Or so she thought, until she bumps into the hotshot who that turned her world upside down and left her…to raise their son…alone.
Can they overcome baggage from their past and give into the passion that still burns between them? Or will they lose the chance at true happiness and the family they both long for?
Book Trailer: https://youtu.be/U_c6W44QtZE
Interview With the Author:
What initially got you interested in writing?
I found my passion for writing during my early days in school. I would write plays in primary school and then later my creative writing in High school took over in speeches and dramatic stories. Although in Matric I did tend to sleep through my English classes. And I mean hard core sleep, dreaming and the full bit. Shakepeare was absorbed through osmosis.
How did you decide to make the move into being a published author?
I’ve always wanted to be published. It was my first writing goal. It was a pipe dream, especially after the multiple rejections. But I kept at it till the surreal moment I got a contract
What do you want readers to take away from reading your works?
I want them to feel light and happy, as though they watched a feel good movie. A story and characters that stay with them well after the last page is turned
What do you find most rewarding about writing?
When someone says that they loved the book – is there any better reward?
What do you find most challenging about writing?
Dialogue! The plot in your head and the conversation on paper are two very different things. Trying to be funny and engaging is not so easy
What advice would you give to people want to enter the field?
Write because it’s a passion, because the characters need to be heard, the story needs to be told. Don’t let anyone discourage you. Do what makes you happy and keep at it. It’s not an easy road but it is worth it
What ways can readers connect with you?
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About the Author:
Melissa Kate is a new author who lives in a small town along the coast in sunny South Africa. She writes for the pleasure of living in a new story and all the quirks and crazies that go with each character. A true romantic at heart, she loves the moment of falling in love. Her pet Beagle and maniacal lovebird keep her company while writing and often inspire senseless moments in her stories.
When she’s not furiously typing away on her laptop, Melissa can be found cooking or baking up a storm. Even she has to admit, she’s a pretty awesome chef. She has a small addiction with shoes which she attributes to her petite stature or as she likes to call it “Short girl problems”.
She balances her day job and conjuring up new romantic tales with a local personal blog with arb ramblings about her life in Durban. She’s been writing for years now, any bits that she can and she can’t wait to share that with you!
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