Next up on the trope hit list: Forced Proximity. Although I love this trope—and its cousins, fake relationship and marriage of convenience—I don’t really like the name. Stuck Together sounds better, whether the situation is forced or not, and I do love writing couples who are stuck together—just ask Marc and Henry!
Kelly Jensen. Blowing up the holidays, one date at a time. The first time I tried to write a Christmas story, I trapped two coworkers in a rental car on the side of the road in upstate New York during a blizzard. Not exactly the happy, fluffy holiday feel readers are looking for. I didContinue reading “Choose Your Holiday Disaster”
*Sort of free. If you’re not familiar with Kindle Unlimited, it’s a subscription model available through Amazon enabling readers to pretty much read as much as they want for one monthly price. There are two catches – you can only borrow ten books at a time, and you’re limited to books made available to theContinue reading “Read me for free* with Kindle Unlimited!”
At the end of my holiday novella, Counting Fence Posts, Henry invites Marc back to his parents’ place for Christmas. Actually, it’s less invitation, more assumption, but Marc doesn’t object, and after two days of haunting the lobby of a crowded hotel outside Albany, they’re finally on their way back to Boston.
I’ve passed the ten book mark, therefore I should no longer be anxious about new releases. Right? Wrong. Every new book represents another little piece of me out there in the world, and each of my books carries a story I care about and characters I love and want the best for. My greatest hope isContinue reading “Available Now: Counting Fence Posts”