Hello! I am an indie author who has published 25 books under 3 different pen names in several genres. I would love to know if you would be interested in reviewing one of my books. I am happy to provide free copies of any you would be interested in! The genre’s I have are:
Historical Mystery Romance – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01C64X14Y
Military Romance – https://www.amazon.com/MILITARY-ROMANCE-Pacifier-Billionaire-Military-ebook/dp/B01HVNGYBC
Paranormal Erotica – http://www.amazon.com/Quinn-Dixon/e/B01D6S33H4/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1469467616&sr=1-2-ent
Minecraft Fairy Tales Kid’s Series – http://www.amazon.com/Tom-Garzan/e/B0197EFMCU/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1469467637&sr=1-2-ent
Adult Coloring Book Series – https://www.amazon.com/cking-Love-Coloring-Adult-American/dp/1523751444/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1469467661&sr=1-1&keywords=i+fucking+love+coloring
As a new author trying to establish my footing, any help by bloggers is greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions or for a free copy of any and all books listed!
Let’s Get To Know C.L. Bush
Q: What are the top five books that have influenced your career?
A: Great question!
Diana Gabaldon and her Outlander series I’ve read for 20 years now. Her sex scenes are to die for.
Sarah Woodbury is a huge favorite of mine in terms of her historical books.
Cameron Jace and his Grimm and Insanity series for their psychological twists and learning how to write for kids.
Lynn Kurland for her sweet romances that have time travel and historical twists.
Sara Donati with her Into the Wilderness Series. Just an amazing and beautiful tale and the level I aspire to get to.
Q: What’s the funniest thing a reader has ever said/emailed to you?
A: I had a reader ask me why I never write using the bathroom into romances. (lol) They said it wasn’t realistic and I agree!
Q: If you could go back in time before you published your first book, what advice would you give yourself about publishing?
A: Take your time and don’t just publish before MANY edits.
Q: What fictional character would you punch if the face if you thought you could get away with it without going to jail?
A: Black Jack Randall
Q: Pick a super-power and tell us what you’d do with it.
A: Invisibility. So I could write in peace without my 5 kids and husband bugging me every five minutes.
Q: What’s your favorite AND least favorite thing about being a writer/author?
A: Favorite – Hearing the responses from readers who love my work
Least Favorite – Finding out that my editor lied to me about speaking English and I trusted them and published without a full check over and got bad reviews.
About Major Pacifier by C.L. Bush
Major Ryan Hammond is home on a three-week vacation over Christmas. Looking forward to spending it alone, he still has time to admire the neighbor across the street, Dr. Rebecca Donovan. He longs for a family to come home to after a difficult mission, but feels it is hopeless given his past history with romance.
That is until an unexpected gift is left on his doorstep on Christmas Eve…a baby in a basket.
“What the hell?”
Major Ryan Hammond halted in his tracks on the way to his kitchen, ears straining. He thought he’d heard some sort of high-pitched whining noise, but as he stood there, only silence rang out through his house.
“You’re going insane, Hammond,” he muttered disdainfully to himself. With a shake of his head, he shuffled to the kitchen and put on a pot of coffee.
Maybe he needed this break more than he realized. He’d just gotten off a year-long tour in Iraq. Before that, he’d been in Haiti and before that, Afghanistan. The list went on and on. As a result, he hadn’t been home for more than a couple of months in more than a decade. Ryan didn’t mind. He loved what he did. Serving his country gave him a sense of purpose and fulfillment. But that didn’t mean it didn’t get old sometimes.
While he wasn’t exactly close to his parents—partly because neither had wanted him to join the Marines; his father had always wanted him to go to law school and eventually join his law firm, a desire Ryan had never shared—it would have been nice to be able to pop in and see them when he wanted. It would be nice to actually have free time and do whatever he wanted. It would be nice to sleep in occasionally.
Maybe this vacation wouldn’t be so bad after all.
Coffee finished brewing, he made himself a cup and inhaled the fragrant aroma. God, he loved the smell of coffee. He took a sip and almost moaned as the rich flavors hit his taste buds. Heaven. That’s what it was.
The sound came again, and this time, he was sure it hadn’t just been a fragment of his imagination. He listened carefully, and it came again, soft and almost undetectable. Putting his cup down on the counter, he strode toward the living room, searching for the sound. Had some animal somehow gotten into his house? That was the last thing he needed.
He stood in the middle of the living room, rotating on the spot, his eyes and ears searching for anything unusual. High-pitched whine. Was it… outside?
Frowning, he headed for the front door. He got the shock of his life upon opening the door. It wasn’t an animal like he’d thought.
“Shit,” he breathed.
Right there on his porch, swaddled in a blue, fleece blanket, lay a tiny baby.
My favorite quote from Major Pacifier is:
“If my last words are not ‘I love you’, know it’s because I didn’t have the time.”
Voyager, Diana Gabaldon