Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The Summer Hearts Tour Continues......With Carol Malone and her story, Summer Holiday


Hello! 

Today we are going to focus on the next book in the compilation. 
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Summer Holiday:
In the summer of 1905, Lizzy Gordon’s father dismisses her desires to be a doctor, demanding she become a teacher—a profession which does not allow women to marry.
Teacher Brent Pierce is dedicated to expanding young minds, but circumstances are forcing him to take over the family farm.
Before the summer is over Lizzy and Brent will be forced to make hard decisions. Can they find the courage to each stand up for themselves and still be together?




Now about the fabulous lady behind this book!

 

Carol Malone
Award-winning author Carol Malone has successfully combined her three passions – romance, sports, and writing in her two highly-rated books, Fight Card Romance: Ladies Night, and Ladies Night Christmas sequel. She was the first woman to write a romance for the all-male dominated genre. Carol invites her readers to scramble into a front row seat for a thrill-ride of suspense, sports, and romance. If not hammering out new tales, Carol’s loves reading, sports, and hanging with her author husband on the coast of California.






BONUS INFORMATION:




 Interview with Sandy and Alardo the main characters in Drowning Sandy


1)     What is your favorite past time, or hobby?
Brent: swimming up at the lake or reading the classics like Huck Finn

Lizzy:  wading in the creek with cousin, Wyatt, playing with Uncle Ern’s granddaughters, Rosy and Hilda, tormenting her other cousin, Cat Boatwright.

2)     What is your favorite book?
Lizzy: Medical journals with the latest discoveries in medicine

Brent: Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer, Great Expectations, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, White Fang

3)     Do prefer to plan things, or be spontaneous?
Lizzy: to be spontaneous
Brent: I like to plan out my life

4)     Who would you consider is your least favorite person, and why?
Lizzy and Brent: Catrina Boatwright, she tried to sabotage their first outing together as a couple by putting rancid food in Lizzy’s basket and passing Lizzy’s off as her own. Lizzy’s Father runs a very close second.

5)     What is your biggest pet-peeve?
Lizzy & Brent: being told what we have to do

6)     Did you struggle to tell your author anything?
Brent: Carol didn’t understand my motivation for wanting to be a teacher all that well and why I couldn’t allow Lizzy to give up on her dreams. I figured a man like me didn’t deserve a find lady doctor like I knew Lizzy would become.

7)     What is your favorite part of your story?
Brent and Lizzy: the first night we kissed in the barn.
Brent: Actually, I liked rescuing Lizzy from the wicked apple tree.


8)     What inspired the title of your story?
Lizzy was on holiday for the summer at her grandma’s home, thus Summer Holiday

9)     Do you think that there is a specific message to your story, that you’d like your readers to learn?
Self-sacrifice is one thing, but when carried to the extreme, can create more problems that a caring, loving person wants to deal with. And traumatic incidents from our youth can surface and cause all sorts of problems. It’s best to analyze why we do things and not do them for the wrong reasons. And love in the summer can be the best.




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Don't forget! Each author in this tour will be featured once during the tour, and on her special day there will be all kinds of fun facts to check out about her and her book!

June 6th: 
Featuring Dreaming in California by Debbie Lee

June 7th: 
Featuring A Summer of Stars by Lisa Watson

June 8th: 
Featuring Drowning Sandy by Sarah Daley

June 9th: 
Featuring Summer Holiday by Carol Malone

June 10th: 
Featuring Shark Boss by Kathy Bosman

June 11th: 
Featuring The Best Place to Meet a Man by Robyn Echols

June 12th: 
Featuring the entire compilation

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