If I wasn’t an author by Elisabeth Grace, author of Picture Perfect.
If I wasn’t an author my dream job would be to be a song writer/music producer. Think David Foster.
First, I’d love to have the talent to evoke an emotion and tell a story in so few words. Think about it…a songwriter gets a whole idea across in fifty to two hundred words. When I write a book? It takes me 75,000-90,000.
I’ve always enjoyed the creative process of making music. Not because I’ve known it in my own life, but I’m a bit of a music documentary junkie. I think it’d be a great balance between using my creative side and my business side. Deciding what feel to give the music, when the performers need to pull back and bit and when they need to give it their all… every day would be different and you’d get to work with a multitude of different people.
Lastly, because I just LOVE music! My husband and I try to attend at least one music festival a year. The last one we went to we drove seventeen hours to get to! We allot many of our entertainment dollars toward concert-going.
So, you’re probably wondering if I’ve tried my hand a writing a song since I write books. The answer is yes…and I failed miserably! LOL
I have a soft spot for romance novels with happily ever afters and a hot spot for alpha males! I currently live outside Toronto, Canada with my hubby and two small children. Life is busy, but never to busy for a good story and to share my love of reading and writing with others.
My debut New Adult Contemporary Romance, Rumor Has It (Limelight) released December 6, 2013.
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Picture Perfect (Limelight) by Elisabeth Grace
Publication date: March 2014
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Being the daughter of a big-city mayor, twenty-one year old Skye Summers has giant shoes to fill in her first real job out of college. With the public spotlight on her family, and her dad’s expectations running high, she jumps at the chance to work side-by-side on an important project with her sexy new boss.
Playboy entrepreneur Landon Steele has built a successful entertainment PR firm and broken more than a few hearts along the way. He’s counting on his enthusiastic new assistant to help him expand his business into LA… until he discovers she’s a pampered rich girl who’s in the public spotlight as much as his famous clients. Still, he agrees to give her a chance, and soon the two are heating up the bedroom as well as the boardroom.
But when Skye’s ex-boyfriend threatens to reveal a dangerous secret from her past, her job, relationship with Landon, and her father’s career are suddenly all on the line. Will she be forced to leave Landon? Or will she pursue her heart, regardless of the cost?