Love Personality Type #3 is The Drifter. Again, a quick read might make you think that this is negative, but Love, our narrator in The Romantics, knows that there’s a place for each kind of love personality type. And so there is for the Drifter, as well. Drifter: One who primarily seeks solitude and freedom from “being… Continue reading Love Personality Type #3: The Drifter [EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK]
Love Personality Type #2 is one we all have known (or been) at one point or another: The Serial Monogamist. Serial Monogamists normally get a bad reputation, but Love, our narrator in The Romantics, isn’t one to judge, and she points out some of their benefits, as well, including helping less commitment-leaning types towards commiting… Continue reading Love Personality Type #2: The Serial Monogamist [EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK]
As promised yesterday, today kicks off a week of sharing Love’s trade-marked (not really) Personality Types. A little bit of background: The Romantics, which comes out November 1, is narrated by Love. Yes, the entity. Love is the one pulling the strings for our main character, trying to get him to find the right girl.… Continue reading Love Personality Type #1: The Adventurer [EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK]
Between getting married and honeymooning, I’ve been admittedly a little not focused on work these days. But apparently, just like in show business, publishing must go on! And that means that my new novel, The Romantics, is coming out one week from tomorrow, Tuesday, November 1st! Ahhhhh. As part of the celebration, I’m kicking off… Continue reading The Romantics is coming out SO SOON!
And it uses the word “jaunty” 😉 Don’t forget–you can pre-order the book now! In hardcover, e-book or audio! Thanks to SLJ for the review!
You guys, I got my first ever PW review! And they totally picked up on my obsession with romantic comedy films. Big thanks to PW for the review. You can read the whole thing here.
So if you’ve read my books, you know that I have a thing for North Carolina. It’s where I went to high school and college, and though I haven’t lived there in some time, I still treasure the years I spent there. I’ve set two books in NC now, but both have been in fictional… Continue reading The Romantics, my love letter to Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Hey all! Now that book release day has passed and I can finally take a breath (the party was great–a full post to come soon!), I wanted to share the deets of The Last Time We Were Us blog tour, hosted by the lovely Irish Banana! Here are all the stops on the tour–thanks so much to… Continue reading The Last Time We Were Us Blog Tour is Happening NOW!
Big news! The Last Time We Were Us is officially out today! Hop on over to Barnes and Noble, your favorite local book store, Amazon.com or IndieBound.org to grab your copy. Or join me tonight at Books of Wonder to celebrate! Thanks, everyone, for all your support! Happy reading! Leah
I love listening to pretty much all kinds of music, go to lots of shows, and refuse to believe that 31 makes you too old to camp out at festivals (hello, Bonnaroo!), and so it’s no surprise that for me, music and writing would influence each other. I may not have made any music myself… Continue reading How one music lyric served as the jumping-off point for The Last Time We Were Us