Saturday, January 05, 2013

Welcome Christine London

Winter Blog Hop - Week Six - Holly Jolly Blog Festival - My guest today is Christine London. She's a very clever author of exciting spicy romance reads and she often throws in a dash of British flavor. So, let's turn this blog over to Christine.

Hi Sharon. Thanks for hosting me this week. Question one requires a crystal ball, but let's hope the desire behind it makes it comes to fruition! Here we goooooooooo....

So now it is June 2013: what have you accomplished since Christmas 2012?
In a perfect world, I will have completed a book I began but never finished, sold the three books I have completed and/or self published them and be well on the way to publishing the eight short stories I have written about the tenants of one Nottinghill block of flats, 55 Portabello Road, a series. Realistically? Lucky to get one of those projects birthed. 55 Portabello Road is well on its way.

Through the seasons of a year the residents of one block of London flats come to terms with the obstacles that have kept each of them from finding what makes life most precious— true love.
Two in the series are already available:
Nottinghill Scrooge and Happy New Year, Baby

What would you give Santa for Christmas other than cookies and milk?

Orthopedic shoe, or should I say boot, inserts. Spending all night on his feet with all those precarious rooftop situations; the poor man must have aching feet. Good orthotics would make the world of difference! Merry Christmas, Santa and a good rest to you after the big night!

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Happy New Year Baby
 Pregnant without a boyfriend and possibly without a roof over her head, if her miserable landlord has anything to say about it. She only has herself to blame. After all, hadn't she sent the father of her unborn child packing? Happy New Year Baby? Hardly.

Nottinghill Scrooge at AMAZON for 99 cents : click here

Sara Wright needs this holiday job at Nottinghill’s historic cinema to pay her tuition, but her handsome boss Robert is a thorn in the side of every usher who breathes. She knows there must be more to a man who breaks his own rules to rescue a child. Can she figure out the puzzle before he self-destructs and she loses so much more than her job?

You can find, follow and/or contact Christine London :

London Blog & Website:




Christine At Amazon Author Central

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Ingeborg said...

The book sounds great. I would give Santa a shot of whiskey to warm him.


Christine London said...

Thanks for visiting Ingeborg. Cheers and a happy whiskey shot to 2013!

Christine London said...

Thanks for visiting, Ingeborg. A Happy 2013 whiskey shot of warm cheer to you!

Gina said...

Christine, I love your sense of humor so much! Your gift to Santa made me laugh out loud - and at the same time I'm thinking: "Great idea!" Your writing has that same sparkle and depth, and I wish you a wonderful 2013 with all your dreams realized.

Sharon, your blog is so nice and user-friendly, and easy to read, great job.

Thanks and Happy New Year! Hugs to everyone!!

Christine London said...

You are such a generous, kind lady, Regina. A very happy and healthy 2013 to you!

Christine London said...

You are such a kind and generous lady, Regina. A very happy and healthy 2013 to you and your family :)