Friday, February 6, 2015

#Friday Happy Author Hour! Share a drink with your favorite #Authors! #HappyHour #writing Today with Angela Archer @AuthorACArcher

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

But what do they drink? 

It's the first Friday in February, guys! Oh yeah! You've made it through the week and the cold (or maybe the heat) and I know you're just looking forward to relaxing... well, today author Angela Christina Archer has just what you might need! 
Favorite drink: Green Dragon

What I love about it: It's fruity, bubbly, and not too well known, so it can throw bartenders for a loop.


8oz of Champagne
2oz of Midori Melon Liqueur.
Pour in a champagne flute, garnish with a green maraschino cherry, and serve.

About Angela
Angela Christina Archer lives in a small town in Oklahoma with her husband and two daughters. She spends her days enjoying the outdoors with her family and friends, caring for a herd of farm animals, and of course, writing. Life is hectic, at times, but she wouldn't have it any other way.

Growing up, she always wanted to write a novel, but she never believed she could, so every time the desire flickered, she shoved the thought from her mind. Burying it deep down and ignoring it until one morning she awoke with the determination to finally follow her dream.


Looking down upon Christopher Payton, Cora Colton can’t believe she even doubts saying yes to his proposal. From a good family, wealthy, and charming, Christopher is perfect for her. However, staring down at the band of gold and diamonds, she hesitates. Something is missing, something is wrong, but she just doesn’t know what that something is.

After her father’s untimely death, Cora travels to Tacoma and learns that she is now the owner of his gold claim in Dawson City, Canada. Throwing caution to the wind, she leaves her ring on the table, and departs for Canada and the adventure of a lifetime.

Arriving in the canvas tent town of Skagway on edge of the Klondike trail, Cora catches the attention of Flynn O’Neill, an Irishman who has lived on the trail guiding stampeeders for a few years. A bond thrusts them together, but their pasts threaten to tear them apart—if they can even survive the hardships and death on the trail to the land of gold.

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