For the last 75 days each post has been a tie in to the release of my romantic comedy Driving in Neutral – which if you’ve been following along for the last 75 days, you KNOW is a love story about claustrophobia. Let the trumpets sound, the champagne corks fly, and get down and boogie! Yes, Kids, Driving in Neutral is finally available TODAY!
You can find your copy and links to your preferred e-format here.
While the mere thought of climbing into an elevator scares the hell out of Maxwell in Driving in Neutral, I now find reaching the end of this series is a little scary. Half the fun of romance fiction is the anticipation of that first kiss Half the fun of running a phobia series has been the anticipation with what phobia’s going to come next. I don’t know what’s going to come next, except that it may be obvious that in my books I like to write about fears. As Olivia says in Driving in Neutral, “Everyone’s afraid of something.” And to me, there’s no place better to talk about what scares you than in romance fiction. There’s just one thing.
I don’t believe in happy endings.
But I do believe in happily ever after.
So while my exitusphobia, my fear of endings, may really only be a fear of this particular series ending, I know that fear lives on in all of us, especially when it comes to falling in love and getting to that happily ever after part.
Because I want to share the love –and the fear that love instills — I’m gifting a Kindle copy of Driving in Neutral. To be in the running to win, all you have to do is leave a comment about your favourite phobia post from the last 75 days.
The winner will be drawn, at random, one week from this post, so be sure to leave an email address so I can contact you.
Thank you all for sharing the fear and fun. If I could, I’d give coffee and cookies to everyone who leaves a comment!