Birthday Blog Month Jan10 – Julie Moffett

Welcome to January’s Birthday Blog, with a post – or maybe more – a day for your entertainment and fun :).

cheerToday’s guest is JULIE MOFFETT. Please show your appreciation for the post if you enjoy it, and all the author’s links are below for you to take forward. Watch every day for any Rafflecopter giveaways, and don’t forget there’s ALSO a Grand Prize Draw at the end of the month for ONE lucky commenter.

Many thanks for dropping in, and have a great January!

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WHAT DO YOU GEEK OUT OVER?

Hi, everyone, I’m so excited to be here! I’m Julie Moffett, author of the geeky, humorous Lexi Carmichael mystery series published by Carina Press. Geeks, Lies and Spies, Oh My!

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Geek girl Lexi Carmichael has a fondness for all things tech and prefers quiet nights at home with her computer. She has a high IQ, but struggles with social skills and personal relationships. Being a female in a male dominated career field also makes getting the job done a lot more difficult. But by using her brains and wit, she always seems able to save the world, guy…whatever. Throw in a couple of hot secret agents, sexy lawyers, and cute geniuses, and life for Lexi gets really, REALLY interesting.

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I’d love to introduce you to the world of Lexi Carmichael, so I’ll giveaway an e-copy of the first book in the series, NO ONE LIVES TWICE, to a random commentator.

All you have to do is tell me what you like to geek out over. Cooking? Wine? Pets? Books? Knitting? Sports? Inquiring minds want to know. GO!

GifStarEnter the draw at the link below. All Rafflecopters drawn on Jan 31.
Julie Moffett Rafflecopter giveaway

 

Julie outside2 copyJulie Moffett is a bestselling author and writes in the genres of historical romance, paranormal romance and mystery. She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious 2014 HOLT Award for Best Novel with Romantic Elements, a HOLT Merit Award for Best Novel by a Virginia Author, the 2014 Chanticleer Mystery & Mayhem Award, a PRISM Award for Best Romantic Time-Travel and a PRISM Award for Best of the Best Paranormal Books of 2002, and the 2011 EPIC Award for Best Action/Adventure novel. She has also garnered additional nominations for the Daphne du Maurier Award and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence.

Follow Julie on Facebook here, or on Twitter @JMoffettAuthor, or her website at http://www.juliemoffett.com.

 

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Follow the month’s posts at your leisure:

Jan 01: RJ Scott on her inspiration for a new series in 2016.
Jan 01: Temple Dragon on giving for free during December.
Jan 02: Chrissy Munder on an author’s passion for paper planners.
Jan 03: Meredith Russell on inspirational cop series.
Jan 04: Becky Black on her five-year anniversary as an author.
Jan 05: Alexa Milne on characters stepping outside their comfort zone.
Jan 06: Sandra Lindsey on her dancing shoes challenge.
Jan 07: Anne Barwell on her WWII trilogy at Dreamspinner Press.
Jan 08: Elin Gregory on reviews – past, present and future.
Jan 09: Eli Easton on mature heroes and our life choices.

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About clarelondon

Clare London took her pen name from the city where she lives, loves, and writes. A lone, brave female in a frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home, she juggles her writing with her other day job as an accountant. She’s written in many genres and across many settings, with award-winning novels and short stories published both online and in print. She says she likes variety in her writing while friends say she’s just fickle, but as long as both theories spawn good fiction, she’s happy. Most of her work features male/male romance and drama with a healthy serving of physical passion, as she enjoys both reading and writing about strong, sympathetic, and sexy characters. Clare currently has several novels sulking at that tricky chapter three stage and plenty of other projects in mind... she just has to find out where she left them in that frenetic, testosterone-fuelled family home. Clare loves to hear from readers, and you can contact her here: Website: http://www.clarelondon.com E-mail: clarelondon11@yahoo.co.uk Blog: www.clarelondon.com/blog Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clarelondon Twitter: https://twitter.com/clare_london Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/clarelondon Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/author/clarelondon/ Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ClareLondon/posts

12 thoughts on “Birthday Blog Month Jan10 – Julie Moffett

  1. I geek out over books I buy them and then I have to enter them on my table of books one with the authors last name and one with the book title. I do two lists just in case I can’t remember the title or the authors name!

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  2. I’m sure why my earlier comment didn’t show up. Anyway, I really geek out over food and cooking shows. I’m more into the watching rather than the actual cooking at home for me.

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  3. Can I be all meta and say I geek out at being a geek? Being a geek to me, is giving myself permission to fully immerse myself in my passions. I love the feelings that come from being in the moment. Whether it’s fussing my cat at 3am, or redrawing a sewing curve for my cosplay outfits, or savouring a mouthful of food I’ve just made from observing a cooking programme. Life is made up of moments, and time is the one thing that we never get back. Use it fully, by being fully geeky about your passion for life.

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  4. I geek out over Vermeer. My bucket list item is to see every Vermeer in person in my lifetime. I’m up to about 25 I think. One was stolen is the largest art heist ever from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and has never resurfaced after nearly 26 years, so I think I might have to let that one go 😦 I’m a big art lover and once flew to LA and back on the same day because I NEEDED to see an exhibit at the Getty that was going to close and it was the last place it was going to be shown in the US before returning to Europe. I guess I have a bit of a thing for Art and Art Museums 😉

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    • I’m SO lucky I live near Washington, DC. I love to attend the new exhibits at the National Art Gallery, which they have quite often. They just had one with Andy Warhol and Monet (separate exhibits, but both showing at the same time)! It was awesome! 🙂

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