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All Screwed Up by AJ Adams Pre-Order and Get A Juicy Discount!

What readers say about AJ Adams “A.J. is a talented writer. With a dark imagination.”  CM “...awesome dark romance between less than perfect people...”   Fan “I can always count on her to weave a fantastically well written story with in-depth, precisely developed characters that are meticulously flawed, yet always have that redeeming quality."  Angie V " There is just something mesmerizing about AJ Adam's style of writing that reels me in every time, even when I start out hesitantly due to a different genre outside my favorite normal." DebLoves2Read All Screwed Up Sexy, sassy adult model Lacy Desire is in deep trouble. Having walked out on her abusive photographer ex and wrecked a major deal, he and his underworld backers are out for revenge.   Lacy decides only one man can save her: Rex Winslow, the super hot money launderer for the Disciples MC.   His rep for violence and mayhem doesn’t worry her because she know

All Screwed Up Like and Share volunteers

WILL YOU HELP ME? I am looking for help promoting All Screwed Up, my next book. What it involves: You get 4 email messages over the month of August with links. You choose a couple of these to Like and Share on Facebook, Twitter and Goodreads. That's it! If you want to help me, sign up. Anytime you change your mind, you just tell me and I take you off the list. And once August is over, I delete the list, so you won't be stuck with endless email.   All Screwed Up Like and Share volunteers * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name

Should I switch from first person to writing third person points of view? Plus a review of Dark Experiments (Forever and a Night, #2) by Lana Campbell

I write in first person point of view (I/me/my) is where the character tells you what’s going on directly. I was shit scared he’d throw me to the pack, so when he stood up and walked me round the side of the house, away from everyone else, my legs went all shaky. Chloe, from The Bonus In my novels, you get the story as told by my girl and her man. She gets a chapter and then he gets a chapter. (Except in Beast, where the story is told by Wynne). I love first person because it’s so immediate. Apart from the pure whammo of personality, you get to see what my girl and her man are thinking, their inner fears, and you can see them fight with themselves as they grow. Also, as my novels have a mystery as well as a love story plot, and my girl and her man go off and do a lot of things without the other knowing, it made sense to switch viewpoints from chapter to chapter. I love the way you can show an incident through two sets of eyes. Like when Chloe discovers Kyl