Thursday, June 9, 2016

Set Me Free @kittystephenswr @PridePromo @interludepress

Let the touring begin…

Set Me Free
Kitty Stephens
Release date: June 9, 2016

Wacky author interview blitz!
(Treat it like a speed question quiz, it hurts less that way – preferably 5 words for answers, but some questions are so much more demanding…)

What common occurrence in your life makes you use the mental mantra “It’s not worth the jail time” over and over?
Getting stuck in rush hour traffic.

What’s the weirdest place you’ve ever unintentionally vomited?
In the lunchroom at work.

Which M&M are you?
I’m fairly partial to the blue one.

Is there a time limit on fortune cookie predictions?
Not if you believe in them.

Describe your own personal black hole you have been known to fall into once in a while.
It usually involves a good book and several hours to myself.

What song makes you always stop what you’re doing and dance? (chair dancing counts)
Shut Up and Dance by Walk the Moon,

What's the difference between normal ketchup and fancy ketchup?
Probably something involving the salt or sugar content.

Can you fit your whole fist in your mouth?
I just tried and nope, sure can’t!

Why are there no 'B' batteries?
Because the word batteries starts with ‘b’.

If ghosts can walk through walls and glide down stairs, why don't they fall through the floor?
How do we know they don’t?

When an affluent college-bound boy falls for a young artist, he must choose between the life that’s been mapped out for him and the chance at true love.

Categories: Contemporary, Gay Fiction, M/M Romance, Romance

63,000 words
Publisher: Interlude Press
Cover Artist: C.B. Messer
They found a secluded spot to sit off the main drag and scarfed down pieces of pizza and people-watched. Aaron had been full of nerves earlier, but Lucky put him at ease. He had that way about him.
“I’ve got a few minutes left,” Lucky said when they finished their food.
They got up, sipping at their drinks as they made their way through the crowd back toward Lucky’s booth. It was now or never. He had to ask, had to get the words out, or miss his shot.
“Can I ask you something?” Lucky spoke up before Aaron could. Maybe Lucky would… Aaron held his breath, nodding. “It might sound weird.”
“Sure,” Aaron replied, his heart beating a little faster. He had no idea what was coming now; what could Lucky possibly want from him? A kiss?
“Can you take your picture for me?”
Aaron blinked at him. Lucky tilted his head off to one side and Aaron turned his head the same direction. His gaze landed on a photo booth, realization sinking in. His mouth fell open, unsure what to say. It was a little weird because they barely knew each other, but also flattering.
“I’d really like to draw you again.” Lucky seemed slightly embarrassed. “I mean, I could take pictures on my phone if that’s better for you, but that seemed creepier somehow.”
Aaron couldn’t help the chuckle that escaped at Lucky’s words, even as the idea of Lucky drawing him again and again left him breathless. “Um,” he managed to get out, glancing around at the crowd. A familiar blonde head caught his eye and he nearly choked.
Was Lyn at the carnival? Wasn’t she supposed to be with their mothers?
Aaron pulled Lucky by the hand into the photo booth and slid the curtain shut.
Lucky slid money into the slot as they sat down. His breath caught as Lucky’s hands touched his face gently. “Like this,” Lucky whispered, turning his head to the side. The camera flashed. Lucky’s fingers turned his head to the front, pulling away just in time for the camera to go off again. Once again, Lucky’s fingers turned his head to the side, only now he was facing Lucky, staring deeply into his eyes.
Aaron tried not to hyperventilate as he held Lucky’s gaze. The camera flashed for the last time but neither of them moved.
“Go out with me?” Aaron suddenly blurted out. He had to do something or he might do something even more insane, like kiss Lucky. Aaron so wasn’t ready for that yet. Lucky's eyes widened and he smiled.
“Sure,” Lucky drawled after a moment. “When?”

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It’s all about the author…
Kitty Stephens’ writing aspirations date back to her childhood, when she and her brother would make up stories about characters in their favorite books. She eventually started writing stories in online fan communities, and majored in English at Ohio State University. She lives in Ohio with her husband and son. Set Me Free is her first novel.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting my book tour today! If anyone has any questions, I’ll be popping in throughout the day to answer them. Happy reading!