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A Perfect Read, says Danielle Urban – “A romance tale that gives readers an inside view to teenagers and their insecurities as well as their first love.” Today on the Indie Author Feature with Coffee Time Romance and More, we are pleased to welcome Lee Wolf, author of Romance Is for Other People.
A Note from the Author
I first came up with the idea when I was a teenager. I wrote the rough draft in the Winter/Spring of 2010. After revising it, a good friend of mine finished it and really liked it. Her encouragement enabled me to continue revising it and sending it off to editors to the point I felt it was ready to be self-published. I had a big release party in May and sent the book off to book bloggers.
One of the most rewarding aspects of getting my book published is hearing from people who have finished my book and liked it. I have two book bloggers who have posted a five-star review on my Amazon page, one of which, “Dii” is a top 500 Amazon reviewer. While I know I still have a long journey ahead of me, I am excited about the things that have happened already. I am currently revising my second novel, a medieval adventure story.
Chris Howard is content with being “Best Friends Forever” with Lydia Jamison, but Lydia secretly wants to go out with him. Meanwhile, Chris’ older cousin Jeremy and Amanda have a tumultuous love-hate relationship. After a recent fight with Amanda at the Homecoming Dance, Jeremy starts pursuing Lydia and refuses to leave her alone. Lydia is at first disgusted, because Jeremy has been a pest to both her and Chris in the past. Chris doesn’t believe that Jeremy has a chance with Lydia, and does nothing about it. But as Jeremy refuses to give up his pursuit …
QUESTION: We love the BFF-Falling-In-Love theme! Who are some of your favourite more-than-friends couples? Dig deep, think back to your best-loved stories, and let us know!
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Sounds so good!