A few months ago, I met the singer-songwriter who inspired Dax and Harlow’s story, Everything She Ever Wanted, and after summoning the courage, I asked for his permission to use the lyrics of his song for the epigraph of my book. What’s the worse thing that could happen, right?

He said yes, and he also signed a picture for me. I just wish I had the book with me because I would have had him sign that, too.

Fast forward a few months later when a reader wanting to purchase an autographed paperback so she could have cover model, Franggy Yanez, sign it, too, asked me if I would want him to sign a book for me as well. After much thought (I really thought she was joking), I said yes and that happened today.

Thank you so much, Leizel! Now I just have to temper my excitement as I await for the book to arrive in the mail 🙂

Top picture is from Franggy Yanez’s Instagram stream and features all the other books he’s a cover model for. Happy to see Dax in such amazing company.

Published by Liz

Romance me writes stories with happy endings while my naughty pen writes the naughty ones. I also accidentally step on Legos daily while balancing my cup of tea and biscuits.

15 thoughts on “Autograph

    1. I know – it’s confusing with all the social media accounts. First Facebook, then instagram and then my blog. It’s mind-boggling. No wonder I’m so stressed!

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      1. I usually remember the blog later but that’s only because my Dropbox is broken and I can’t post my pictures from my phone to my blog easily without doing extra steps – like opening the wordpress app and navigating with thumbs.

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      1. You mean Hexum? I googled him and yes, I remember him and what a tragic loss. I do like Devin Paisley though and think he makes the perfect Gareth. I wrote Barbed Wire after seeing that picture that I posted on my IG. I should post that here, too.

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