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Menage a Blog is MONDAY!!

If you are here for the next Blog Tour de Force “Menage a Blog” I am SUPER sorry, but it is not here.


And it will NOT be HERE on this site. #sorry

It will be at! Same great site, same great stuff. (Go now!!)

How did you get here? Well, I changed over to a hosted site so that I can get my fans more extras. Extra scenes, soundtracks, wallpapers, ring tones and whatever else my muse can conjure that this site just couldn’t handle. So¬† bookmark it now and go hit subscribe. I don’t want you to miss a thing!

Such as over 12 FREE ebooks during Menage a Blog July 18-22nd!

Did you know Menage a Trois really means a household of three? Not nearly as hot, huh?

:}Amber Scott


Name That Movie

In the spirit of facing the blank page of a new screenplay, here are five movie quotes. Can you name that movie?

“And five, now this is the most important, Rat. When it comes down to making out, whenever possible, put on side one of Led Zeppelin IV.”

“I carried a watermelon.”

“Beautiful Aurelia, I’ve come here with a view of asking you to marriage me. I know I seems an insane person – because I hardly knows you – but sometimes things are so transparency, they don’t need evidential proof. And I will inhabit here, or you can inhabit with me in England.”

“Chuy, you’re going to have a magical life. Because no matter where you go, it’s always going to be better than Tucson.”

“What was he wearing? Well, uh, let’s see, he was wearing a red argyle sweater, and tan trousers, and red shoes… No, he’s not retarded.”

Everyone who guesses by email at wins a free digital copy of Play Fling.

Heather S., a clear movie buff, is the first winner!

:}Amber Scott (…the first page is always the hardest)


Readers Like A Preview

The RWA news section of my December 2009 RWR issue reports, “According to LibreDigital President and CEO Russell Reeder, allowing readers to preview book chapters before buying has a ‘positive impact on both print and ebook sales.’ Also, online browsing trends show that women spend 70 percent more time browsing books online than men; romance novels are the most popular….” (, 10/14/09)

I think for ebook authors, a preview is crucial. We aren’t in libraries for readers to test drive or in hands to be lent out.

In the spirit of romance and previews, please check out the first three chapters of Play Fling by clicking on its page on this blog. Or, if you’d like, I’m happy to email them.

:}Amber Scott