Monday, February 06, 2012

Now on Tour Prohibited Passion by Alyssa Linn Palmer

The novella that became Prohibited Passion began with a conversation, and then the immense creative explosion that was the beginning of the Bandit Creek Books series. During a workshop on the differences between traditional, e-pubs, and indie publishing, the discussion morphed from a calm mention of working with another author, to a rousing brainstorm session.

A setting was created, a name decided upon, and a format chosen. Notes were taken, a committee formed, and Bandit Creek Books was born. Now the series is on its way, and my novella is the tenth of over thirty releases scheduled.

Come and join me as I celebrate the release of my novella with a blog tour. Here’s where I’ll be for the next week


Feb 6 Tour Party
Roxanne’s Realm

Feb 6 Guest Blog
Fiction Fascination

Feb 7 Guest blog
Lisa’s World of Books

Feb 8 Guest Blog
The Creatively Green Write at Home Mom


Feb 9 Guest Blog
Words of Wisdom from The Scarf Princess

Feb 10 Guest Blog
Fang-tastic Books

Feb 10 Guest Blog
The Bornean Bookworm

Feb 11 Guest Blog
Reading Lark After Dark

Feb 12 review
A Chick Who Reads

PROHIBITED PASSION by Alyssa Linn Palmer


Ruth wants to escape the boredom of Bandit Creek and the strict expectations of her father, the local pastor. Her life changes the day she meets CeeCee, a world-wise flapper, and an irresistible attraction develops between them. She’ll be disowned and shunned if anyone discovers their prohibited passion, but can they keep their growing affection a secret?

CeeCee is drawn to Ruth, but things become complicated when her gangster companion disapproves of their liaison. He’s in town to broker a deal with the owner of the local speakeasy, and he’s not above using them to further his own plans. Can CeeCee protect Ruth and their budding relationship?

As Ruth gets drawn further into their world, she must decide between her familiar life and a new, dangerous path with the woman she loves.


About the Author


Alyssa has many passions. Fortunately, none of them are prohibited. When she isn’t working, she’s writing dark tales inspired by mid-20th-century noir books and films, cooking up a storm in her kitchen, and reading.


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