Thursday, November 17, 2011
Giveaway: 2 ebooks for Diamond And Toads
Diamonds and Toads: A Modern Fairy Tale
By K.E. Saxon
Once upon a time, there were two sisters, one blessed,and one cursed by fairy magic...
So each sister's story begins.
Delilah Perrault is blessed with riches beyond her wildest dreams and the man she's had her eye on for ages--even though he secretly has designs on her newfound wealth instead. Delilah's half-sister, Isadora, is cursed with having her every utterance come out as an obscene and humiliating quip, just when the gorgeous hunk she dumped years before under pressure from mama swaggers back into her life.
If you like Bewitched, Sex and the City and Gossip Girl, try out this modern girl's fairy tale.
Get it Amazon for the Kindle or on Smashwords and at BN for the Nook
And now for a guest post by K. E. Saxon!!!
Good morning, readers! Today I thought I’d share my top ten romance movies that employ magic in them. But first, let me give you a short description of the story:
Inspired by the Gordon Laite illustrations in my childhood book, My Little Golden Book of Fairy Tales, and with a nod to the 17th century author of the fairy tale, Charles Perrault, DIAMONDS & TOADS is a modern take on the tale of the same name, but with more emphasis on the love story. Crossing genres between hot/steamy contemporary, comedy, and fantasy romance, it is written in two parts, the first concentrating on the "good" Perrault sister, who is blessed by the family fairy with a fortune from diamonds and an engagement to the man of her dreams, while the second concentrates on the "bad" Perrault sister, her curse (her every utterance an obscene and humiliating quip), and her “frogman” ex-lover. In both parts, the fairy’s often comical appearances and maneuverings serve to further the plots to their “happily-ever-after” conclusions.
And now, on to my movies list!
Top Ten Romance Movies that employ magic:
1. Simply Irresistible
4. The Lake House
5. The Mistress of Spices
6. Miracle on 34th Street
7. Ella Enchanted
8. A Midsummer Night’s Dream
9. Like Water For Chocolate
And here’s an extra one that you may not be familiar with (it’s from 1958): Bell, Book, and Candle.
So, what are your favorite romance movies that employ magic?
Thank you, Aubrie, for having me here today!
Author Bio: K.E. Saxon is a third-generation Texan and has been a lover of romance fiction since her first (sneaked) read of her older sister's copy of "The Flame and the Flower" by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss. She is a member of the West Houston Chapter of Romance Writer's of America and is a devoted subscriber to the Romance Divas online forum. She has two cats, a 24-year-old cockatiel, a funny, supportive husband, and a garden that's been fried by the recent drought. When she isn't in her writer's cave writing, you can find her puttering in her organic vegetable garden or in her kitchen trying out a new recipe. An animal (and bug) lover since before she could speak, she made pets of all kinds of critters when she was a kid growing up. Her mother even swears that she made a pet of a cockroach one time (but K.E. doesn't believe her). She likes to write funny, sexy romances.
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