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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Climax - The Publicist- Book 3 by Christina George - Spotlight+ Author interview + Giveaway

Book Details:
Book Title: Climax by Christina George, Book 3 in The Publicist series
Category: Adult fiction
Genre: Contemporary romance
Publisher: CreateSpace
Published: Dec 15, 2014 (bundle edition)
Available in: Print and e-book (mobi for Kindle)
Will send books: internationally
Tour dates: Jan 12 to Feb 6, 2015Content Rating: PG-13 Mature* Scroll down for content rating explanation.

About the book:

Kate Mitchell has never forgiven herself for breaking Nick Lavigne’s heart. Now he’s back and he’s moved on, and it’s affecting Kate’s life more than she’s willing to admit.

Kate Mitchell has everything. She's the head of a crazy successful publishing house, engaged to the traffic-stopping sexy Mac Ellis and she's about to sign one of the biggest authors of her career.

And that's when everything falls apart.

Everything is perfect…until it’s not.

In a city of 8 million people Kate manages to run into someone she never expected to see again.

Nick is handsome, impossibly kind, every girl’s dream, and Kate’s former fiancĂ©. He’s also the brother of the rising star author she’s trying to sign. Now that Nick’s back in town and has moved on he insists he’s over Kate, but part of him still can’t get past how amazing they were, and his sister won’t let anyone forget how brutally it ended.

When Mac is dealt a life-changing blow, it forces Kate to question every single choice she’s made.

Follow Kate as she embarks on a journey of life and love, navigating through the decisions that will change it all forever.


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Interview with Christina George

1. What things can you not live without?

My dog, who is perfect. Please don’t argue that, you won’t win. Books, I can’t live without books.

2. What really bugs you? 

Authors who give up on their success too quickly. I've worked with this one particular author who writers thrillers. He’s in a word: brilliant. But at the same time he’s his own worst enemy, he gives up, he gets moody. He’s amazingly talented. Authors need to push and push and push again, give till you feel you can’t anymore. When you stop, you’re over.

3. Tell us about the character Allan Lavigne. 

It’s funny you should ask that because for all that Allan has been in these books, we really know very little about him. There is so much more to this story. He was once a young, hopeful writer who loved life and just wanted someone to read his book. Then he became this mega-successful author and ended up in a lonely apartment with a few friends. It’s that in-between that I’m so curious about. What inspired his first book? Or maybe the better question is: Who inspired it? Was it a woman, someone he loved? Now there’s a story begging to be told.

4. How did you come to create the character of Ruth Ann Wilson? 

Pretty accidentally actually. She was this voice in my head because you know, Kate’s not perfect and I thought: what if I create this outrageous person who is brash, in appropriate and possibly the best thing to happen to Kate in a long while. Funny thing is, I've gotten a ton of positive feedback on Ruth Ann, people seem to love her outspoken, outlandish way of being a therapist. I had one reviewer write: I wish I could find a therapist like that.

5. In book three we learn that Nick has a sister, tell us about her. 

First off, I adore Vivienne, so much so that she’s getting her own book. She’s sweet, smart, super talented and the voice in Nick’s head. He adores her and has cared for her most of her life, since their parents died. I love that she can show her young and vulnerable side and at the same time, she’s very street smart about life, people, and relationships.




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Meet the Author:





Christina George has worked in publishing for twenty years (give or take). Here’s what this book isn't. It’s not a slam against publishing (though it is broken) and it’s not a slam against authors (though some of them are crazy). This book is not autobiographical though many of the stories are true. No you won’t know which ones, cause it’s more fun to guess, right? George continues to work in publicity and helps authors because at the end of the day she does love books, she loves publishing, and she loves authors. She hopes you’ll enjoy this romp through Kate’s world as much as she enjoyed creating it.

Connect with Christina:  Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook  ~ Goodreads



 

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