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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

How 'Bout Them Apples?



GIVEAWAY, REVIEWS, INTERVIEW!

Go to Swept Away By Romance for an awesome giveaway that includes APPLES SHOULD BE RED, apple lip balm and soap. I also got two fabulous reviews by Dorsey and Karla. My favorite quote:

"62 is the new bad boy."

Yes, yes it is!

And for an extra added bonus, there is an interview that includes a photo of me from college, some new abbreviations for geriatric love stories, and the word "ballsy."

Have fun.


More kick-ass reviews and quotes for APPLES....

"Hilarious and sweet, a delightfully romantic gem of a story." -- Laura Florand, Bestsellling Author of The Chocolate Series

"Gutsy, funny, and bold, APPLES SHOULD BE RED is a delight." -- Theresa Weir, NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author

"Romantic...and real and hilarious...5 Stars." -- Penny Reid, Bestselling Author of the Knitting in the City Series

Dear Author: "[APPLES SHOULD BE RED] puts the comic back into romance and the romantic back into comedy. It is absolutely precious."

New York Journal of Books: "A romance between a 59-year-old prissy heroine and a 62-year-old grouchy hero should not be sexy...Wrong. Dead wrong."

Romance Novel News: "Tom and Bev's courtship is an absolute delight."

Babbling About Books: "Penny Watson proves that romance is alive, well and sexy after fifty-five."

Lurv A La Mode: "...a healthy dose of snort-worthy laughter...Watson has a uniquely clever and amusing voice..."

Truth, Beauty, Freedom and Books: "Despite the unconventional set-up, APPLES SHOULD BE RED is actually very traditional in its promotion of community, family, love, and second chances."





Have a great day!
Penny


5 comments:

Julia Barrett said...

I'd like to give that kid a fist bump! High five, Pens!

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

Love these reviews! That baby cracks me up.

Penelope said...

Thank you, Julia!

Penelope said...

HMCW--me too!

Tom Stronach said...

I thought they say write about what you know, surely you still have at least 25 years to go before you are a septuagenarian