Thursday, July 22, 2010

BPOD is a Fresh Pick Today...

Which is a delightful surprise on this day, this day when my air conditioner in my car has suddenly stopped working. When it is broaching 100 degrees. When I have to tote my two children around. In a car. With no air. *sigh*




July 22, 2010


Fresh Picks are very cool because as the folks at Fresh Fiction say: "The Fresh Pick is chosen by a group of readers and is never a purchased advertisement or promotion. We've chosen your book because it appeals to us and we like to share our diverse tastes in reading and hope other readers will give it a try."

So heres to a little awesome today to balance out the not-so-awesome. The universe giveth and the universe taketh. Or something like that. ;-)

And thanks to the folks over at Fresh Fiction!!

6 comments:

Andrea I said...

I've been looking forward to the release of this book. I was going to order it, but am waiting Until the RWA literacy autographing to buy it.

Kelly Gay said...

Oh, that's wonderful, Andrea! Can't wait to meet you! :-)

Keli Gwyn said...

Congratulations, Kelly!

Moonsanity said...

VERY cool! I'm so excited-- I just found out I will probably get to do a blog tour for the 2nd Charlie book. Unless I was so fangirl about it that they decide on someone else. BAHAHAHAHA I tried to be all calm, but I ended up gushing about how your first book was my first blog tour. LOL

Melissa said...

Congrats! I also sympathize with you about the a/c in the car. I had a small sports car, no air, black interior. We get over 100 in the summer frequently. Not too bad on the highway, but in town driving slow with lots of stop lights. UGH.

Stay cool!

Kelly Gay said...

Thanks, Keli! :-)

Ooh, I hope you get the second book for the tour, Brenda! That would be awesome. I remember being the first book for your first tour, LOL. That was so cool! *fingers crossed*. :D Let me know if you get it!

Ugh, Melissa. Yeah, the stop lights are the worst. I think I got every single one in my town today. Here's hoping they can fix it tomorrow. Did I mention it's going to be 100 degrees tomorrow? Oy.