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Friday Sinema: Dance With Me

I’m in a Sade and Sinjen headspace so when I saw this video on FB, I tracked it down on YouTube. Yes. This could be a scene from the book. It’s definitely inspiration. And I do love a sexy tango … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Freedom!

I love corporate entities that have a sense of humor. Enjoy a special edition of today’s sinema with this commercial from Easyjet, celebrating the airlines new route between Edinburgh and Jersey. I wish I was there! Where are you wishing … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: My Love

The footage is from a perfume commercial. I think. But matched with Kovacs’ “My Love,” which is a lovely tango-esque song, it puts me in mind of Harlequin’s Desire books. I’m pleased to be writing for them and someday, maybe … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: The Right One

The revisions on BILLIONAIRE COUNTRY–Tucker and Zoe’s book–is kicking my behind. It’s like trying to right the same book over but way different. It’s happening, but far slower than it should. Still, one scene has remained the same. This is … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Mad World

Woke up to the news that another police officer had been shot. A 14 year-old girl was stabbed by a 14 year-old boy during a first-day-of-school assembly. In addition to guns and knives, the mayor of London now wants to … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Assassin’s Creed for Real

Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a little obsessed with many things “assassin” at the moment. UNDER THE ASSASSIN’S MOON is up for preorder (CLICK HERE to grab your copy!) and personally, I think my Wolves would be awesome at parkour. … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Bottoms Up

The opening bars of this song is the alarm music on my phone. I don’t use the alarm often, but when I do, I always wake up with a smile, even if it’s the buttcrack of dawn. What makes you … Continue reading

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