Guest blog--Carolyn Miller--all the way from Australia!
Introduce yourself—name, where you’re from, and something people notice when they meet you. And thank you for joining us on the blog!
Hi, I’m Carolyn Miller. I live in a little town about halfway between Sydney and Canberra, in Australia. One of the first things people notice about me is my red hair J
Tell us about your book?
The Breakup Project, Book 1 in the Original Six romance series
New Year. New Resolution. New Romance? What happens when the best-laid plans break a friendship? As the twin sister of hockey’s hottest forward, romance-loving Bree Karlsson is used to being ignored, leading to a New Year’s resolution to not date any athlete in her attempt to find Mr. Right. But what happens when the man who might prove to be her personal Mr. Darcy is her brother’s hockey-playing best friend? Mike Vaughan might be happy playing in Boston, but he’d be even happier if Bree could one day see him as more than a good friend. He agrees to help Bree with a special project in the hope she’ll finally see him as something more. But when a misunderstanding ends in a Valentine’s Day disaster, Bree realizes that her breakup project may have broken her friendship with Mike in two. Can she ever redeem her mistake? This friends-to-more romance has plenty of heart, humor, and swoon-worthy kisses in this first book of the Original Six, a sweet, slightly sporty Christian contemporary romance series.
Share one thing that you found difficult or challenging about writing this book.
Ooh, I wrote this book about ten years after writing Love on Ice, the next in the series, when an editor suggested Bree and Mike had their own love story. Working to find the threads from Love on Ice to construct The Breakup Project proved to be both entertaining and a little challenging.
Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two.
Breanna Karlsson is the twin sister of a famous hockey star, with whom she has a honest yet up-and-down relationship, which propels her new year’s resolution to not date any hockey players in her attempt to be appreciated for herself, not her brother’s fame. She’s also a keen new year’s resolution maker – but not always a keeper.
Do you make new year’s resolutions? If so, what about? And how well do you keep your new year’s resolutions?
Share your social media and buy links so we can get to know you better?
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/carolynmillerauthor/
Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com.au/camillering/_created/
Thank you for being with us! I'm looking forward to reading your books. :)