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Promo: The Marriage Code by Brooke Burroughs

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  Q&A with Author Brooke Burroughs The Marriage Code is your debut novel. Can you tell us about your publishing journey? In a word, long! I’m always envious reading about writers who wrote their first book, got an agent, and published in like, the span of six months. Mine was definitely longer as this book was first written as a memoir, then I fictionalized the story which took a few years. The big moment was when Melissa Marino selected my manuscript for Pitchwars, and that led me to find my agent.   As tech experts both your hero and heroine tend to be data driven which leads to the creation of ‘the marriage code’. What is the code and how did it come about? The marriage code is a customized search for the perfect woman that Emma develops for her coworker Rishi. It only finds women who match his exact specifications (well, his and his family’s). I like to think of it as Match.com (or shaadi.com in India) on steroids.   This is definitely not a love at first sight story! In fact

Chat Thursday Night -- Happy New Year's Eve

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Promo: Boone by Emily March

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  1.   Tell us about your latest release.   This is always such a difficult question for me to answer. I’m terrible at condens ing a 90,000 word book into a couple of sentences. Can I refer you to the back cover copy? <g>   I’ll just say this. It’ s a story about helping hands and healing hearts. Boone McBride is a man whose personal experience with tragedy teaches him how to light the way for a woman struggling to find her way out of darkness.   2.  Without giving away any spoilers, give us a hint about a favorite scene.   Hmm…let’s just say who in the world would think it’s a good idea to adopt a newborn and a puppy at the same time?   3. What inspired you to become a writer?   My dad. He was the greatest storyteller eve r, but I couldn’t—still can’t—tell a story like he could. So, I tried writing mine down and found a career.   4. What is a typical writing day for you like?   I am very disciplined—in that I have no discipline whatsoever. Over t