30 Days of Singapore on Twitter

When I wrote “Baby it’s Hot Outside,” it was important to me that Singapore be integral to the story.  The heat and humidity, the oddness of a tropical Christmas, even the essential phrase “cannot” that is woven throughout the story are all drawn from my daily life over the past four years.  I really like Caroline and Erik as characters, but their story would be very different in another city.


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Authors are finding new ways to build support and interest in their stories and to connect with their readership.  I’ve been wanting to do something special like that, but have struggled to figure out what would make sense.  Then I realized that I do have something unique to offer that I hope you’ll like.

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I’ve posted a picture here and there before, but for the next 30 days, I’ll be posting a daily picture of Singapore on my twitter account.  If you enjoyed the story I hope you’ll be interested in this sneak peek into life in Southeast Asia.  Remember that Singapore is 12 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, so my posts will likely happen while you’re sleeping.  Be sure to look for them!

If you haven’t read” Baby it’s Hot Outside”, read excerpts 1 and 2, and then buy Summer Loving, edited by Alison Tyler

Amazon (paperback and kindle)

Amazon UK (paperback and kindle)

Smashwords (e-book)

All Romance (e-book)

Kobo (e-book)


2 Responses

  1. I just finished reading ‘Baby It’s Hot Outside’ in ‘Summer Loving’, and I must say things got a little steamy, and there’s no Singaporean heat here. 🙂

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