Falling For Tiffany

Who knows what this blog will truly be about? I don't even know, but I hope everyone who stops by finds something to enjoy in it.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

It's Raining here

Ugh! I don't like deary gray rainy days. :( Gets a bit depressing after a while. oh well. My birthday was great. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and wished me a happy birthday. I put all the names in the hat and the winner is: *drumroll please*

Joy !!!!
Joy, if you could contact me at tffnyaaron @ gmail.com (w/o spaces..of course.) I'll let you know what you've won.
In other news...lol. I ended up having to scrap the Day of the Dead story. Just wasn't working and I didn't want to turn in a bad book or a book that I just wasn't happy with. My editor was very understanding. So now I'll be starting a shape-shifter book called Troubled Waters. :) I'm pretty sure it's going to be the first book in a seven book series with the possibility of there being an eighth book eventually. Also, I'm beginning to think about the next Fallen book. Christian's story is going to be a lot darker and more angst-ridden then the first four, so it's going to be a bit more work to get it written without being too over dramatic.
Thanks again, everyone.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

It's My Birthday



and Loose-Id was kind enough to release my next Veil book, Heaven & Hell today. Woo-Hoo! Happy birthday to me. :) Click on the title to check it out. (or buy it...I'm not above shameless self-promotion..)

Here's the blurb:

Beltaine and Kalan have completed the first part of their mission. They’ve retrieved the book for the Devil and things should be easier for them, but the situation is getting worse. The Veil continues to rip and now the Devil’s immortal life is at stake.

Beltaine never thought she’d have to save the ruler of Hell from a mortal. She also never believed she’d fall in love with anyone--angel or mortal--but here she is hoping God will be kind to her just once.

Kalan has learned a lot after spending time with Beltaine. The most important lesson: everything is not as it seems. Beltaine has opened his eyes to the seamier side of the world, but he’s in for the shock of his life.

Will love keep this demon and her angel alive? Is their strength enough to save Hell when Heaven comes to call?

Because it's my special day and I'm feeling generous, anyone who posts a comment gets entered to win a prize that I'll be giving away at the end of the day. So stop by and say hi. Go check out my book as well. :)

Tiff

Monday, June 05, 2006

I'm SExing today.

Please stop by Liquid Silver's SEx blog and post your comments on what makes an author good. :)

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Dance With The Devil



I'm behind on reading Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunter books. So I thought I'd re-read my favorite one so far. (yes, I realize this is just an excuse to avoid working on my own story...lol) I have three more to get caught up before her first hardcover DH book comes out in June. Plus I have to read the new MacGregor book.

How is my own ghost story coming? I know that's what you're all thinking. Slowly..very slowly, but with each word I write, I'm getting closer to the end.

I don't think I'll ever sell a book on proposal again. Something in my mind says when I sign the contract, the book is done. That might be why it's so hard for me to focus on RS.

I'm beginning to sound like a broken record. :)

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Two new reviews

Belle Rouge from Romance Junkies says "If you love your contemporary romances with characters that grab your interest from the start, then SACKING THE QUARTERBACK is for you." Ms. Rouge gives Sacking the Quarterback 4.5 ribbons. Click here to read the whole review.

Maura Frankman at The Romance Studio says "This is a great story with very sympathetic characters and extremely hot love scenes." She gives StQ 4 hearts. Click here to read the whole review.

Thanks ladies.

In other news, I finished edits for The Veil: Heaven & Hell. So that's done. Now it's time to focus my attention on Returning Spirits and really get that done. There's a line-up of other stories I need/want to work on. :)



Monday, April 17, 2006

Rearranging...




What does Rob Thomas have to do with rearranging? Nothing..I just think he's cute...lol. Thought I'd add a little eye candy for the ladies to the post today. And something for the guys who might drop by..just so you don't feel left out.

The rearranging has to do with my story for the Day of the Dead anthology I'm part of for Loose-Id. It started out my hero, Benito O'Neill (his mother was Mexican and his father Irish..if you're wondering about the name) was supposed to be a ghost being sent to help my heroine, Amada. Well, I started working on it and hit a huge brick wall. Nothing was working. So I whined to my wonderful editor and she said to change things if I needed to. Now Benito is alive and well..not a ghost. Hopefully this little change will help me get over the wall and start flying on this story. :)

Hope everyone had a great holiday.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Can You Believe It?



I went into Best Buy to pick up blank cds and dvds. I always browse the movie/TV section to see if the store has finally gotten in Season Two and Four of Due South...lol. To my utter surprise, I saw this wonderful set on the shelf. Finally. I've been waiting for this show to come out on dvd.

I admit it..I'm a geek. I totally loved this show while it was airing originally. I mean who wouldn't love five hot young actors portraying those wonderful Pony Express riders and Brett Cullen as Marshall Sam..oh yum.

So while I chatted with Paige, I watched the first disc. So no words got written on Returning Spirits last night, but I've decided to ditch pretty much the entire 2800 words I have done and start again. Maybe the rearranged plot ideas will help jumpstart this story...because it's creating a logjam. There are a ton of characters crowding my mind and they want their stories told. But I can't do anything until Amada and Benito's story gets written.

Adios!