BLACKOUT by OLIVIA EVANS

“I feel like I know everything and absolutely nothing about him. I want him to tell me what happened for him to end up at our meetings, but I’m not willing to tell him my story. I’m a hypocrite.”

Blackout by Olivia Evans had a sombre tone with layers of complex human emotion. In the face of the #metoo campaign, this story is so relevant and important. We do not always know the face of the one who hurt us which intensifies the psychological trauma and fear of the unknown. Wanting to prevent further unbearable pain, barriers are built to keep the necessary distance. Daily tasks are on autopilot and isolation becomes a defence mechanism. The black of the dark becomes what haunts as well as the hiding place of comfort.

Gavin is keeping secrets. A man in a sea of women with one thing in common, he is drawn to Lonna, as Lonna is drawn to him. Both are walking the line between personal breakdown and survival. Yet an immediate bond is formed and in each other, they find a companion on the long road of healing. We felt everything Olivia Evans intended us to feel. And whilst we saw the main twist coming, it was still the emotional revelation which we needed and we felt the double-sided edge of closure, alongside Lonna.

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Buzziest Books of February | 2020

Buzziest Books of February | 2020

The month of February was a great time for readers with a host of exciting releases from bestselling authors. There were so many page-turning novels that captivated us from cover to cover this month. If you want to catch up on the books everyone was talking about, here are our choices for the buzziest books of February. Happy reading!


Golden in Death

by J.D. Robb

Release Date: February 4, 2020

The 50th book in the In Death series by New York Times Bestselling Author J.D. Robb… On a beautiful April morning, Pediatrician Kent Abner received a package. Inside it was a cheap trinket, a golden egg that opened into two halves. When he pried it open, highly toxic airborne fumes killed him. Eve Dallas is on the case and starts looking into Dr. Abner’s past and relationships. He was as pretty close to an angel as one could be, but he did ruffle some feathers over the years by standing up for the weak and defenseless.

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Fashion Jungle

by Rachel Van Dyken & Kathy Ireland

Release Date: January 28, 2020

The new romance from bestselling authors Kathy Ireland and Rachel Van Dyken… Fashion Jungle follows the story of four women Brittany, Zoe, Everlee, and Danica. They are on four very different paths in one incredibly cutthroat world. In the world of the Fashion Jungle, it’s eat or be eaten… but if you make it out alive, you might just have a story to tell.

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Last Day

by Luanne Rice

Release Date: February 1, 2020

Years ago, Beth and Kate Lathrop suffered what they thought was the worst tragedy of their lives. Both the famous painting Moonlight and their mother were taken. From that moment on, the detective assigned to the case, Conor Reid, made a promise to protect the sisters. Beth eventually moved on and threw herself into the art world. Kate, instead, retreated into herself and took to the skies as a pilot.

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Run Girl Run

by Willow Rose

Release Date: February 15, 2020

The second book in the Harry Hunter Mystery Series by bestselling author Willow Rose… A mother and child have been pulled out of the harbor in their car. It seems like a pretty straightforward murder-suicide to the Miami PD and Detective Harry Hunter. They were homeless and the mother decided to end it all for them both. But when Harry’s daughter knows something about their deaths and soon becomes the killer’s next target.

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Frequency

by John Reizer

Release Date: January 11, 2020

At Black Rock Observatory in North Carolina, a privately-owned radio telescope is on the lookout for extraterrestrial life. On New Years Eve 2024, the satellite dish hits pay dirt when graduate student Ronald Phillips discovers a strange alien message from a distant galaxy. The message soon goes viral and public reaction is enthusiastic. But it soon turns to disaster when many people become infected by a mystery illness.

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Ripple Effect

by Tracey Jerald

Release Date: February 3, 2020

I’ve experienced the ways love can change a man. Yet nothing I’ve ever done was as profound as marrying the woman I love. Every mission I went on was a risk worth taking because I knew she’d be at home waiting for me. What I didn’t realize was that in my quest to right all the wrongs of the world, I was destroying the only part I’d die for… my marriage.

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Coming Home to Greenleigh

by Cassandra Austen

Release Date: January 31, 2020

Beth Burnham’s small-town never let her spread her wings. She finds herself low on funds for her family’s historic house restoration project and is running low on clients at her law practice. So, she throws herself at the mercy of a posh legal firm. When she shows up to the interview, she never expected the managing partner interviewing her would be the lover she left heartbroken. When he declares he still has feelings for her, Beth longs to revisit the love they once shared.

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Wizardoms: Eye of Obscurance

by Jeffrey L. Kohanek

Release Date: October 1, 2019

The first book in the Fate of Wizardoms series by bestselling author Jeffrey L. Kohanek… In a realm where wizards rule, the ambitious thirst for power. Those that are able to claim a throne are granted the power of a god. But how can you defeat a god? A thief, an acrobat, and a dwarf are joined by an old storyteller as they attempt something impossible… the assassination of a wizarding lord. Their slim chances lie in the power of an enchanted amulet, the Eye of Obscurance.

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Our Audiobook Playlist For February | 2020

Our Audiobook Playlist For February | 2020

We wanted to share with you some of our favorite audiobooks we’ve been listening to in January. Our playlist includes a little something for everyone from mystery, literary fiction, fantasy, and romance. Grab your headphones and happy listening!


It Happened in Tuscany

by Gail Mencini

Release Date: February 11, 2020

In 1945, Will Mills and his fellow soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division scaled Italy’s Riva Ridge in the frigid night to break through the German line of defense. After getting severely wounded, Will was rescued by Italian partisans and one of them, a beautiful girl, tended to his injuries until he could rejoin the troops. Now, seventy-five years later, Will and his thirty-two-year-old neighbor, Sophie Sparke, travel to Tuscany to find the partisan that saved his life.

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When I Was You

by Minka Kent

Release Date: February 1, 2020

Brienne Dougray rarely leaves her house after she barely survived a brutal escape. She now suffers from debilitating headaches and memory loss. She has been able to rely on her compassionate new tenant, Dr. Niall Emberlin, who is a welcome distraction from the bubble that has become her existence. But she is shaken when she discovers some unsettling evidence that someone else is living as her.

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Feisty

by Julia Kent

Release Date: January 28, 2020

The third book in The Do-Over Series by New York Times Bestselling Author Julia Kent… Courtesy of a smartphone app and my two annoying best friends, I am on my first blind date ever. Then I see Chris “Fletch” Fletcher walking across the room. The guy I drop-kicked in seventh grade can’t be my date. The guy that earned me this infernal nickname… Feisty.

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The Great Witches Baking Show

by Nancy Warren

Release Date: February 4, 2020

Poppy Wilkinson is thrilled to be a contestant on The Great British Baking Contest. As an American with English roots, she knows that appearing on the reality show will give her a chance to get into Broomewoode Hall and uncovers some of the secrets of her past. But odd things start to happen on set: accusations of sabotage, A black cat following Poppy, the unsociable residents at Broomewode Hall… and the judges are real witches.

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The After Wife

by Melanie Summers

Release Date: February 4, 2020

Writer Abigail Carson has all but given up on life after losing her husband. After being cocooned in her Manhattan apartment for the last year, she is forced to find a new home where can she can stretch her savings. She is intent on staying isolated, so she moves to a small village in Nova Scotia where no one will interrupt her solitude. But what she didn’t realize was that a small town offers far less privacy than a big city.

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A Good Running Away

by Kevin Pettway

Release Date: February 11, 2020

Keane and Sarah have escaped the mercenaries of Wallace’s Company. They are going to start fresh, where no one is trying to kill them. Keane has stolen the company’s wages in return for his attempted murder, and Sarah agrees to the plan. The only problem is that Keane doesn’t have one. Together they hop from danger to disaster. After one con too many, they soon find themselves between the King’s Swords, who are notoriously hostile towards mercenaries.

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Bestsellers Now in Paperback | February 2020

Take a look at this month’s selection of bestsellers now in paperback! January had a great selection of bestselling books to check out from thrilling mysteries to enthralling literary reads, and insightful biographies. Pick up these latest paperback books by bestselling authors James Patterson, John Sandford, Clive Cussler, Taylor Jenkins Reid, George R.R. Martin, Pierce Brown, and many more!


Mystery, Thriller & Suspense


Literary Fiction


Fantasy & Science Fiction


Young Adult


Biography & Memoir

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The Best New Mystery and Thriller Novels | February 2020

The Best New Mystery and Thriller Novels | February 2020

The month of February has had some amazing new mystery and thriller novels, so we thought we’d share some of our favorites with you. Whether you like mysterious puzzles, gritty thrillers or cozy capers, we have a little something for everyone in this list. Enjoy your new books.


Revelation

by Jo Fenton

Release Date: February 24, 2020

Manchester, 1989. A student named Rick has been found dead in halls of residence. Now his friends, Dan and Becky, are getting caught in the aftermath. Their fraught emotions lead them to dark places – particularly a connection to a mysterious Kabbalistic sect. Now it is up to Becky to uncover who killed Rick in time to save her best friend.

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Run Girl Run

by Willow Rose

Release Date: February 15, 2020

The second book in the Harry Hunter Mystery Series by bestselling author Willow Rose… A mother and child have been pulled out of the harbor in their car. It seems like a pretty straightforward murder-suicide to the Miami PD and Detective Harry Hunter. They were homeless and the mother decided to end it all for them both. But when Harry’s daughter knows something about their deaths and soon becomes the killer’s next target.

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A Dog Day’s Night

by Jamie Blair

Release Date: February 25, 2020

The sixth book in the Dog Days Mystery series by bestselling author Jamie Blair… More than dust is stirred up in Metamora when the Night Hound’s motorcycle club rolls into town and the leader opens a biker bar. When he is run off the road and left for dead, his wife comes to Cam and her Action Agency to track down the hit and run suspect.

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The Names of the Dead

by Kevin Wignall

Release Date: February 1, 2020

Former CIA officer James ‘Wes’ Wesley paid the ultimate price for his patriotism. Locked up in a French jail for an anti-terror operation gone wrong, he was abandoned by his Agency, shunned by his friends and colleagues, and cut off from his family. Now he just received shocking news that his ex-wife has been killed in a terrorist attack in Spain… and his son, Ethan, is missing. A son he didn’t know he had.

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Blindside

by James Patterson

Release Date: February 24, 2020

The twelfth book in the Michael Bennett series by New York Times Bestselling Author James Patterson… The mayor and Michael Bennett have always had a tense relationship. But now the mayor needs help, from one father to another. Detective Bennett is assigned a case that leads him to a homicide in the Bronx. The victim had some sophisticated ties to a hacking operation… and also to the mayor’s daughter.

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One Minute Out

by Mark Greaney

Release Date: February 18, 2020

The ninth book in the Gray Man series by New York Times Bestselling Author Mark Greaney… Court Gentry has uncovered a human trafficking operation while on a mission in Croatia. Soon the trail leads his from the Balkans all the way to Hollywood. He is determined to shut it down but it looks like his CIA handlers have other plans.

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Books To Read If You Like Historical Fiction | February 2020

Books To Read If You Like Historical Fiction | February 2020

Have you been on the lookout for some inspiring new historical fiction novels for your library? You are in luck because we’ve made a list of some of our favorite new releases we think you’ll love. Get the latest from bestselling authors Gail Mencini, Rhys Bowen, Lizzie Page, Kiran Millwood Hargrave, Isabel Allende, and Juliet Blackwell. Happy reading!


It Happened in Tuscany

by Gail Mencini

Release Date: February 18, 2020

In 1945, Will Mills and his fellow soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division scaled Italy’s Riva Ridge in the frigid night to break through the German line of defense. After getting severely wounded, Will was rescued by Italian partisans and one of them, a beautiful girl, tended to his injuries until he could rejoin the troops. Now, seventy-five years later, Will and his thirty-two-year-old neighbor, Sophie Sparke, travel to Tuscany to find the partisan that saved his life.

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Above the Bay of Angels

by Rhys Bowen

Release Date: February 11, 2020

From the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Tuscan Child and The Victory Graden… Isabella Waverly just wanted to comfort the woman felled on a London street. In her final moments alive, she thursts a letter into Bella’s hand… An offer of employment in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace. It is everything a budding young chef could want.

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The Forgotten Girls

by Lizzie Page

Release Date: February 13, 2020

London 1943. German bombs are raining down on London but Elaine Parker knows her job transcribing letters from prisoners of war is more important than her own safety. As she pores over the letters from soldiers, she is not only making sure they reach their destination, she is looking for secret messages to help the allies win the war.

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The Mercies

by Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Release Date: February 11, 2020

Finnmark, Norway, 1617. Maren Magnusdatter stands on the craggy coast, watching the sea break into a reckless storm. Forty fishermen, including her father and brother, are drowned and broken on the rocks below. Now that the men have been wiped out, the women of this tiny town must start fending for themselves.

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A Long Petal of the Sea

by Isabel Allende

Release Date: January 21, 2020

The new novel from the bestselling author of The House of the Spirits… In the late 1930s, civil war grips Spain. Hundreds of thousands of people are forced to flee over the mountains to the French border when General Franco and his Fascists succeed in overthrowing the government. Among those forced to flee is Roser, a pregnant young widow, who finds her life intertwined with Victor Dalmau, an army doctor and the brother of her deceased love.

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The Vineyards of Champagne

by Juliet Blackwell

Release Date: January 21, 2020

Below lush, rolling vineyards of the Champagne region lies an underground city of women and children. They were forced to take shelter from the unrelenting onslaught of German Shellfire above. These brave and defiant women venture out to pluck sweet grapes for the harvest. But wine is not the only secret preserved in these dark cellars.

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Books To Read If You Like Penelope Sky

Books To Read If You Like Penelope Sky

Penelope Sky is a New York Times Bestselling author of romance novels. Some of her popular releases include the Betrothed, Wolf, Lingerie, and Buttons series. If you’ve been looking for some steamy new novels don’t miss these books to read if you like Penelope Sky. Enjoy!


Creeping Beautiful

by JA Huss

Release Date: February 19, 2020

If I had to choose between McKay, Adam, and Donovan I would die. There is no way I could only choose one. I needed them all. I don’t even care if it is selfish. If I thought I could have Nathan St. James as well, then I would take him too. I would keep all four of them to myself because they are all unique and give me something I can’t get from anyone else. Every single way they fill me up has been written in this journal. Now I am afraid that you will see this and not understand.

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Sinners & Gin

by Alta Hensley

Release Date: February 17, 2020

The sixth book in the Top Shelf series by Alta Hensley… My rules are the law. Structure, Obedience. Discipline. What I say goes and no one dares to break the rules in my dark and twisted world. That was until her. She is untouched perfection. She is forbidden. I will claim her as my own no matter how many rules are broken

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Savage Burn

by Lisa Renee Jones

Release Date: February 18, 2020

The second book in the Savage Trilogy by New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Renee Jones… My name is Rick Savage but everyone just calls me Savage. For good reason. But there is one woman that can tame the beast in me. One woman who sees the real man. I loved Candace but then I lost her. Now my enemies have her in their targets. I will save her and win her back, no matter the cost.

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Trouble

by Colet Abedi

Release Date: February 17, 2020

It feels like I have been watching you forever. It all started as revenge. A means to an ends to pay your father back and avenge my sister. But it soon turned into something else. An addiction. An obsession. I’m sorry Kerri. I didn’t want this. I didn’t want to shatter you. But you should know… You make me weak.

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The Pretending Plot

by Lauren Blakely

Release Date: February 14, 2020

A new reimagining of Lauren Blakely’s original fake fiancé romance… I didn’t mean to just blurt out that I was engaged. But once I said it a potential client, there was only one logical thing to do — cast the role of my fake faincé. I am a casting director so it should be easy enough. I chose Reeve. He is dreamy, edgy, sexy, and sarcastic. And for one week, he is mine.

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The Second Chance Plan

by Lauren Blakely

Release Date: February 14, 2020

The third book in the Caught Up In Love series by New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely… I have big plans for my career and they definitely don’t include my ex. It certainly doesn’t entail working with him every day on a brand new project for my jewelry line. It absolutely doesn’t include falling for him again. But there’s one problem… He’s kind of charming.

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The Story Behind Just Like February by Deborah Batterman

By Deborah Batterman

Just Like February is, at its heart, a story of lost innocence, and the ‘80s have always struck me as a time of profound innocence lost in both the personal and cultural realms. They came in on a high and went out on a where-do-we-go-from-here low. Smack in the middle of the decade my husband’s friend and associate in his interior design practice sparked an idea for a new business venture. Within in months of making the decision to move ahead with the plan, our friend was diagnosed with HIV. His progression from HIV to AIDS, and the opportunistic infections that would result in his death, was alarmingly quick. There was no escaping the feeling of walking under a cloud.

These were the early days of HIV/AIDS. So much mystery surrounding what would become an epidemic. Fear and misconceptions of how it could be spread, coupled with homophobia, would reach a pitch. I would do my part to raise awareness, first as editor of a newsletter aimed at AIDS education in the workplace and then as editor of the Design Industries Foundation for AIDS (DIFFA) newsletter. I would lose more than one friend. And I would keep asking myself: how did we get from the sex/drugs/rock’n’roll ‘60s to the sex-as-death ‘80s? And what were the implications for a young person coming of age during the decade that gave us Gordon Gekko, Ronald Reagan, and AIDS?

Coming-of-age narratives take a young protagonist from innocence to experience, often via an emerging awareness of sex or death. The AIDS epidemic gave us both. A story began to take shape, centered on a girl’s relationship with a very special uncle. The opening lines would set the tone for a narrative that, I hoped, would transcend stereotypes:

“The summer I was born Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, Ted Kennedy put Chappaquiddick on the map, and my parents, along with my uncle Jake and me, set out on a pilgrimage to Woodstock. Only Jake got there.”

The charismatic gay uncle, not the hippie parents, is the one who gets to Woodstock.

Archetypes play their part in the novel: Rachel’s mother is a social worker, her father a Vietnam veteran, and what better pairing could there be to symbolize the ‘60s and their emblematic end? More to the point, it’s Rachel’s voice, in all its innocence, that would bring a fresh perspective to the changing times, not to mention the very nature of love. Playing counterpoint to Rachel’s coming of age would be a very strong-minded grandmother coming to grips with the changing nature of family, not to mention the realization of her worst nightmare.

In the same way that I envisioned a character born in the legendary summer of 1969, I couldn’t help but see the poignancy of her sexual awakening at a time when her beloved uncle was dying. The years between would be threaded by key moments in her life set against a backdrop of events that gave definition to the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. Anchoring her through it all is Jake.

Synchronicity sometimes plays its part in a novel’s publication. By no small coincidence, Just Like February would end up being published at a time when the ‘80s seem to be back, with a vengeance. And now we have a Leap Year. Of all the months in the year, February has me most mystified. How/why did February become the shortest month? What would it mean to be born on February 29th, a leap year baby? More to the point, learning that, in ancient times, it was the last month of a 355-day year and it gets its name from the god of ritual purification sealed the deal on the title of my novel. What sounds like a simile—just like February—has all the makings of a metaphor.

Over and over again we hear that facts don’t change people’s minds, stories do. It’s in the telling of stories, fictional or otherwise, that we bring a human dimension to underlying issues. In the way I was personally touched by the early days of the AIDS crisis, I could not help but be moved, even angered, by stories in the news that spoke to the bigger picture of unfounded fear and ignorance. I was haunted by the photo of a child standing outside his school holding up a placard that read: No kids with AIDS in our grade. This was a reaction to the protests against Ryan White, a hemophiliac teenager who contracted HIV via a transfusion and it took AIDS beyond the perception of a ‘gay plague,’ with its homophobic implications, which were bad enough. Who better than a fictional girl with parents rooted in ‘60s activism and a gay uncle who teaches her to see past the obvious to shed a light on how we define heroes?

Deborah Batterman is the author of Just Like February, Shoes Hair Nails, and Because my name is mother. A BuzzFeed pick, Just Like February has been named a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, ABF Best Book Awards, American Fiction Awards, and International Book Awards.

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Interview with Lauren Blakely, author of The Second Chance Plan

What can you tell us about your new release, The Second Chance Plan?

If you love second chance romances that really tug on your heartstrings then I definitely think you’re going to like this Second Chance Plan. It’s a story about first loves coming back together five years later and working through the challenges that kept them apart in the first place. I’m so excited for readers to turn the pages in this story and get to know Kat and Bryan!

What scene in The Second Chance Plan was your favorite to write?

I had a blast writing the scenes when they keep running into each other in the elevator, and at the office and at the coffee shop and then they text later that night. Those scenes are “getting to know you again” type of banter and conversation and they form the heart of a second chance romance.

Why do readers love Second Chance Romance so much? What about it appeals to the reader?

What really works about a second chance romance is that moment when the hero and heroine see each other again and all the feelings start to come back. That can be such a delicious moment in any type of second chance romance and it sets the agenda on how the story might play out, whether it would be an enemies to lovers or a friends to lovers, and what are the hurdles for forgiveness. Ultimately though, what’s so endearing about a second chance romance is the opportunity for redemption in the arena of love. It’s an opportunity to overcome mistakes, to learn together and to grow together and I believe that’s something that appeals to all of us.

Lauren Blakely is the author of the new book The Second Chance Plan.

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Interview with Colet Abedi, Author of Trouble

What can you tell us about your new release, Trouble?

Trouble begins as a story of revenge with two beautiful damaged people, but ends up being a story of true love. These two characters find each other in the most unlikely way and quickly become enamored with one another. Ultimately, I think it’s really about how you can heal through the power of love.

What or who inspired you to become an author?

I’ve wanted to be writer since I was a little girl. My aunt used to take me to the library and I’d check out all sorts of novels and just lose myself in those rich worlds… I just had this burning desire to be part of the magic of storytelling.

What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?

A Separate Peace by Jon Knowles
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff
A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught
Dying to Be Me by Anita Moorjani

Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?

Jane Austen. I think I’d spend the hour talking about Mr. Darcy. 🙂

What’s your favorite thing about writing?

There’s a special kind of magic when you’re in your little bubble. You get to lose yourself in a world that’s make believe and you can go wherever or turn your characters into whoever you want. I’ve always been accused of being a dreamer and living in the clouds so it’s really the perfect job for me.

What is a typical day like for you?

I wake up and meditate then check emails. After, I usually go for a walk then really start my work day writing and working on my producing projects.

What scene in Trouble was your favorite to write?

My favorite scene is when Trouble first sets eyes on Kerri in his club. The moment they come face to face after all the years he’s been watching her… it was super sexy to write.

Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?

Be kind.

Colet Abedi is the author of the new book Trouble.

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