Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Foretaste of Forever Blurb

It occurred to me that I hadn't posted a blurb of Foretaste of Forever anywhere - oops! So I've added it to the sidebar.

I'm still struggling with the wip, although I have no idea why since I love this one so much. It just seems the words don't love me quite so much as I'm having a hell of time getting them down on the screen!

10 comments:

Shelley Munro said...

Great blurb, Christina. Do you have a release date yet?

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Oweeee, now I like that blurb Christina. I love witch stories.
I wonder if I can write about witches, perhaps paranoraml. I have a great interest, and a mind that leaps forward with so many ideas for paranormal, yet I write contemporary, sexy and sweet.. Maybe one day. lol

For the time being I can read yours when they come out. :)

Suz:)

Christina Phillips said...

Thanks Shelley! It felt a bit weird putting the blurb out there. No I don't have a release date yet, am waiting on my revisions at the moment!!

Suz, thanks so much! And although I've always loved reading paranormal, I only started writing it quite recently. All my other stories are sexy-ish contemps!!

Debs said...

Ooh that sounds great, can't wait to read it. Hope we dont have to wait too long till we can get a copy.

Dx

Kaye said...

Nice blurb! Sounds like an intriguing story. I hope you know the release date soon. We are all waiting to read it, I'm sure!

Christina Phillips said...

Debs and Kaye, thank you both so much! As soon as I have a release date I'll be sure to post it here!

Kaye said...

Interesting... we were both researching Celtic traditions for a story around the same time. I love writers! Osmosis sometimes happens between fellow writers when we create. If you want to get the feel of that Celtic thing going as you write, do check out the Celtic music link on my blog. That type of music really helps me get in the spirit of things as I write the story.

Christina Phillips said...

Kaye, I completely agree. I've often had a *brilliant* (!) idea only to immediately see someone else has just sold a book with a similar premise! And I will definitely check out the Celtic music. Thanks!

The Dribbler said...

Such an intriguing blurb, Christina. Your characters sound fascinating. Nothing like a good witch story.
Cathryn

Christina Phillips said...

Thanks Cathryn. I had a lot of fun writing this one!