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Monday, March 11, 2013

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet - Dream Me Off My Feet by Stevie Kisner


Paranormal Romance/Erotica/Rock Star
Date Published: 10/24/12

Dreams aren’t real.



Maybe…

What if the person in your dreams is a real someone you are meant to meet when your life is unraveling faster than a buzzing guitar string? And what if your salvation comes packaged as a rock ‘n roll legend?

On stage, JT Blackwood, singer for the iconic band Slanker Knox, is all rock star dazzle and testosterone. But offstage… he’s had his fill of greedy girlfriends who want the star and not the man. Meaningless sex with nameless groupies has lost its luster. He knows that, someday, the spotlight will go dark and doesn’t want to find himself with only memories for company.

Part-time photographer Kori Connor is full-time frustrated that her life isn’t what she ordered. She doesn’t need another relationship. But now she’s juggling two ~ a real one, and the one that has her vacationing in some strange man’s head in her dreams.

When Kori agrees to pinch-hit for JT’s usual photographer, he doesn’t realize that  her sight reaches further than just through the lens of her camera. When he learns her secret, can this rock star dream her off her feet?

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Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET


#1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

I’ll always write. I think my head might explode if I didn’t, because the scenes and ideas have to get out somehow. Although I’ve just started actually publishing, I treat writing and editing as professionally as I know how, and I’m always looking for ways to improve. I have a blast writing (not so much with the proofing and editing), but if I don’t take it seriously, neither will anyone else. If I can earn a living with my make-believe, that’s all bonus.


#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

Putting it out into the world for strangers to see (and possibly rip to pieces).


#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

My friend, Taryn Elliott. She is a published author, and she taught me a lot about self-editing. She treated me to what her editor would have done with the first two chapters… which lead to a lot of slicing and dicing and rewrites of the whole manuscript.


#4 – What is next for your writing?

Depending on which character is whispering in my ear (or, in the case of JT, using his lead-vocalist pipes to drown out everyone else), I’m working on one of two sequels right now, plus a point-five prequel novelette for the ‘Sex, Love and Rock & Roll’ series. Then there’re all those ideas and bits that are almost-legibly scrawled on Post-Its, cocktail napkins, the back of my electric bill…


#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

YES!!! I don’t think a person can write unless they read. What am I currently reading? At the moment (but probably not for long), I’m between books. Last night, I finished reading ‘Escorted’ by Claire Kent. It was sweet and angst-y and now I’m trolling for something funny.

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I don’t tweet, so how many characters do I get?
Psychic photographer meets the jaded rockstar whose mind she’s been visiting in her dreams, and he learns to make the connection run both ways.

This or That?

#1 - iPod or MP3?

Um, albums? They sound better. But since I can’t carry a turntable around (I guess I could if I bought enough extension cords), MP3.

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?

You could chocolate-cover anything, even my rattiest pair of tennis shoes, and I’d be gnawing happily in the corner.

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?

Fries. From Five Guys. Do I get a burger with that?

#4 – Comedy or Drama?

Comedy. If you make me laugh, I might have to stalk you.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?

I’ve never read either one. Are you going to take away my girly-card now?

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?

I’m neck-deep in reality, so I’ll take Fantasy for $500, Alex.

#7 – Call or Text?

Text. I’m too distracted by sparkly things to carry on a coherent conversation.

#8 – Public School or Home School?

My son was home-schooled for his high school years, but that was due to the limits of our local school system in dealing with a kid who was both gifted and had ADHD. It’s an individual choice, based on what’s best for the child in question.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Caffeine is a food group, right above popcorn and chocolate on my food pyramid. Unless you’d like to put the hot chocolate IN my coffee?

#10 – eBook or Paperback?

Ebook. Much as I love holding an actual book in my hands, paper can’t backlight to read in bed. And I love carrying half my library around in my purse. You never know when an opportunity to sneak in a few pages will present itself. 


Stevie has been writing words for other people’s consumption since she was four and half and, after devouring ‘Charlotte’s Web,’ she took a magic marker and wrote her glowing opinion of it all over the nice tan cover. Too bad it was her cousin’s hardcover copy. Stevie got to keep the book.
Since then, she’s been reading anything she can get her eyes on: books, newspapers, cereal boxes, shampoo bottles… and liner notes. A total rock music junkie, Stevie feels every book (and every life) has a joyous soundtrack. When she’s not reading, she’s writing (both into the wee hours of the morning) and has a love affair with coffee, tea, and anything caffeinated.
Stevie lives in the high desert of New Mexico with her husband, son, and a completely spoiled shedding machine that people say looks amazingly like a Golden Retriever. You can find her on Facebook at StevieKisner, where she spends an obscene amount of time avoiding doing anything productive whatsoever.

Email: steviekisner@hotmail.com

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Follow Along With This Tour! 

March 11 - Sweet n Sassi - Review
March 12 - Steamy Side - Review
March 13 - The Boyfriend Bookmark - Review
March 14 - Up All Night Reviews - PROMO
March 15 - Book Referees - Review/Guest Post

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