Friday, November 7, 2014

#Friday Happy Author Hour! Share a drink with your favorite #Authors! #HappyHour #writing Today with L.D. Blakeley @LDBlakeley

 Whether you're an author or not, you've heard it before: All authors drink. 

But what do they drink? 

It's Friday! It's November! It's time for a drink and I've got just the thing...well, not me, the awesome L.D. Blakeley brings us her favorite choice of red.

Happy Friday, everyone! It's wine o'clock, so let me pour you a glass of my household staple...

It's no secret to anyone that my husband and I drink wine - a LOT of wine. So much so, that we're becoming regulars at our local Wine Butler. We get to take home a hearty stash of Pinot Noir (our most recent flavour of choice) and label it as our own Rockstar House Red. The nice thing about Pinot Noir is that it's extremely light, so it's a lovely choice if you're not completely sold on the more robust reds (my husband doesn't love some of the bolder varieties that I favour so this is a nice compromise.) It’s more like Red Wine Lite ;-) And it goes well with everything. Then again, in my world I’ve yet to find something I can’t pair with a cheeky glass of red.


A pragmatist with a romantic soul & a dirty mind, L.D. is a fan of horror movies, hot sex, and Happily Ever Afters. Easily distracted by shiny things, she’s a slightly neurotic, highly ambitious dreamer who enjoys dabbling in photography & pretending she can carry a tune. 
You can find her online pretty much everywhere: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Goodreads, her blog, and her official website.

Judging A Book By Its Cover by L.D. Blakeley

 Agonizingly shy Emory North has his life mapped out for him: finish his business degree, go to work for his father, and one day take over as CEO of North Star Publishing. More at home amongst stacks of books, Emory has little to no interest in his lot as ‘North Jr.’, but has never had the courage to follow his true passion—writing.

Brash and ballsy Bryce Palmer, editor-in-chief of ECLIPSE magazine is known for bedding and discarding PAs like yesterday’s newspaper. He’s up against a serious deadline and down two staff members. And the last thing he has time for is babysitting the spoiled rich son of a CEO. But when Pierce Barclay North insists now is the time for his heir apparent to get his feet wet in the company waters, Palmer's hands are tied.

But looks can be deceiving. And, sometimes, passion can spark in the most unlikely of places...



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