Virtual Book Tour: No Matter When by Nancy Adams

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Nancy will be awarding a $20 GC to Amazon to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour and a digital copy of "No Matter When" to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.

10 Things I wish I knew About Being an Author I Didn’t Know Before

1) How heavily I rely upon spell check...seriously, it’s pathetic.

2) That mY; eDitor would become bestest my friend?’ (lol Okay I’m not that bad, but I think you get my point. Editors are pretty damn amazing.)

3) How sacred my free time would be. All hail the mighty Elementary School!!

4) Blogging, posting, pinning and tweeting would become frequently used words.

5) That the NOTES app in my iPhone would become a mainstay in my writing process.

6) Simply writing a book will not help me sell books. I also need to be my own PR rep. Hmm...I wonder if Lindsey Lohan is giving out tips?

7) Posting dirty one-liners will get me more Likes on my Facebook Page than a 5-Star review.

8) That I would have to sum up my thoughts in 140 characters. Thanks for that Twitter...NOT!

9) Repeating dialogue from my WIP out loud to my dogs would become a daily occurrence.

10) That I would get ‘dressed up’ to do work at the library and that I now consider jeans as ‘dressed up’. Oh my, that is so sad.

About the Author:
My name is Nancy Adams. I am a full-blooded Canadian, right down to the maple syrup running though my veins. I enjoy watching hockey but despise skating...and the cold. I enjoy a good helping of Tourtiere with a side of Poutine as much as the next person, yet I am only bilingual when it comes to swear words.Besides writing, I have three small - but legal - addictions: bed linens, lavender and books. All of which are replenished on a regular basis. Reading into the wee hours of the morning is one of my many bad habits, next to spontaneously rearranging furniture and randomly painting rooms in my house.

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Standing on the battlements of a 16th century Keep was the last place Gabriel Sutherland should be. Then again, being ‘shifted’ to 1503 seconds before a rocket blew his ass to bits wasn’t something he had envisioned either. Still, he was surviving the only way he knew how, as a soldier. Then Lilly arrived. Sweet, innocent Lilly. For a genetically superior soldier whose life had entailed of nothing but serving King and country, the arrival of Lilly proves too much for Gabe to ignore. For the first time in his life, Gabe can have a woman of his own and Lilly is the one.

Lilly Marten lives alone, her quiet life the result of a highly sensitive photographic memory. That changed when she arrived in the year 1503 seconds before Toronto’s popular C.N Tower came crashing down on top of her. Now she was never alone. Gabe was always near. With his unbelievably perfect features and intense green eyes, he is not a man easily ignored. Yet, uncertainty about her new life leaves Lilly with no choice but to put faith in a man she fears and whose strong physical presence causes her to desire more than just his trust.

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Thank you for hosting!
Nancy Adams said…
Thanks very much for having me today!
Andra Lyn said…
Hi again Nancy!

Thanks for all the good stuff about your book! I'm loving it! So tell me, if you were to come up with a soundtrack for No Matter When, which artists or songs would be featured?

andralynn7 AT gmail DOT com
Rita Wray said…
I like the 10 things, thank you for sharing.

Stormy Vixen said…
Thanks for sharing the 10 things you didn't know before and the giveaway. Sounds like a really good book. evamillien at gmail dot com
Nancy Adams said…
Hey Andra!
Hmmm...that sounds like fun.

Off the top of my head probably some Linkin Park (just in general), Adele (for love scenes), Deadmau5 (for future adventures), and some of that 1503 rocking harpsichord. LOL
Gotta have the harpsichord!
Nancy Adams said…
Hey Rita!
Thanks for coming by!
Nancy Adams said…
Thanks Eva!
Mary Preston said…
The "dirty one-liners" remark made me laugh.

Nancy Adams said…
But it's so true Mary. lol
Glad I could give you a chuckle.
Karen H said…
Giggling at your post today. Makes me think of all the ways technology has ruined people's ability to think for themselves. Other examples:
1. Cash registers that tell the cashier how much change to give back; 2. Speed dial on phones...who has to remember phone numbers anymore?
3. Autofill....don't rely to heavily on this one because it can really screw you up....FUBAR big time! LOL
4. Of course, you already mentioned spell check...who knows how to use a dictionary today?
5. An finally, questions to ponder: how do you use a dictionary to find out how to spell a word, when you don't know how to spell it in the first place?

kareninnc at gmail dot com