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  • My first novel started with a mole. Yes, a MOLE - a freckle, a birthmark, whatever you want to call it.
  • I was at the pool with my daughter getting ignored by our swim instructor when a lifeguard with a particularly ripped abdomen walked by. He stopped to flirt with one of the female lifeguards and my eyes flew directly to an adorable mole on the top can of his six-pack.
  • "How cute!" I thought (among other things). "He looks like a character in a romance novel!"
  • So I went home and started writing fiction for the first time. That was over a year ago and I still haven't been able to stop. GRAVY is the story of a suburban housewife who wants another baby, but gets a man with a mole instead.
  • GRAVY is now available on Kindle and Nook!

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June 18, 2012


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This is the second review of this I've read and I'm looking forward to trying it. I hate beer and wine, and sometimes I'm just not in the mood for a sweet and sugary cocktail. Right now I have some Woodchuck cider in my fridge, but I will be sure to buy this stuff next.


If it's as light as you say it is, it sounds like the perfect summer drink--even better than a shandy. I'll look for this in my local grocery!


Is this a malt beverage like wine coolers? Those always give me stomach aches . . .


I love ciders but every one I've tried has made me dump (8 years post-op). I don't know if you have dumping issues, but if it's not spiking your blood sugar I think I might have to give it a shot!

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