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Some readers, after reading Secret Relations, wanted to know more about Jason. When I decided to do the Men in Hollywood, it was just befitting that Jason’s story jump start the series. Rules of Love is for you the fans. It’s hotter than anything I’ve ever written.
This book is hot. Smoldering glances, smokin’ love scenes, flaring tempers, burning rubber outta town, and steamy makeup sex on a tropical island could cause flushed skin and rapid breathing. Don’t call 9-1-1.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…unless it goes viral.
RULES OF LOVE by Shelia M. Goss
Jason Lewis lives by one cardinal rule: never mix alcohol with business negotiations. But when he sets out to woo award-winning screenwriter Amber Simone to renew her contract with the management firm he represents, a glass or three is the only way to take the edge off their instant sexual tension.
Outgoing, flamboyant Jason is so not Amber’s type, but she can’t deny she enjoys his company, especially after the wine brings her out of her shell. Things get a little fuzzy after that, but she never expected to wake up beside him the next morning hungover, naked—and married.
A quick, quiet annulment is the next order of business....
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I have over 21 novels. Have you read all the books in the Shelia Goss collection?
Here are links to some of my books that have been re-released as ebooks and are available to one click:
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These are just some books in the Shelia Goss collection.
Sherryn Allbright is the envy of her peers. She is a wife, mother, and successful business woman, but her life turns topsy-turvy when a woman leaves a child on her doorstep, claiming her husband is the father. Denial is useless, for the boy resembles Reece too closely not to be his offspring.
Sherryn is ready to end their marriage and blames Reece’s problems on his old neighborhood—a Kingston ghetto. If he’d sever ties there, he wouldn’t be caught up in baby-mother drama.
When the boy’s mother is murdered, Reece becomes the prime suspect and things go haywire for the Allbrights, whose lives will never be the same.
About the Author:
J.L. Campbell is an award-winning, Jamaican author who writes romantic suspense, women’s fiction, new and young adult novels. She has written thirteen books, six novellas and two short story collections.
Her novels include the Island Adventure Romance series, which currently has five exciting, stand-alone stories and features feisty women and determined men. Campbell’s mission is to write stories that entertain and educate readers. She is a certified editor, who also writes non-fiction.
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Writing a screenplay is similar to writing a staged play, however there are a few differences to consider. Stage plays are acted out in real time, but screenplays offer the ability to time jump, or to use camera angles and shots to create a more curated visual story and experience.
And knowing how to start a screenplay is slightly different than your average stage play. You don’t want to dive in without a well-built outline, you want to be prepared and organized with your story.
- Opening image.
The first image sets the tone of your film. And even in the writing, this must be what you consider before starting the screenplay. Know your themes and find a creative way to introduce your story. Just like with headlines, your first image will grab the attention of your audience.
Next, before plotting more of your story or outline, consider the closing image. Just like the opening image, the closing image holds great value. You may have written an excellent and engaging screenplay, and presented it in a visually stunning way, but if you don’t make the last image memorable – it’s all a waste. Don’t leave your audience confused or disappointed.
- Inciting incident.
Once you have your opening and closing images, consider what event or moment is going to change the course of your main character’s life. What is it that catapults them into a different direction? This one incident in your story should be the focus action, and...
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The title of Anthony Hamilton’s CD is “What I’m Feelin’” but it also describes how I feel about his CD. I’m really feeling his music.
I’ve been a fan of Anthony Hamilton’s since his debut. This CD is just a reminder of why he’s been one of my favorite singers. His voice is smooth and soothing, whether he’s crooning out a ballad or a mid or up-tempo song.
I had the pleasure of seeing him perform live in June and I could have listened to him sing all night long.
After the concert, I found myself listening to his music even more. If you want to hear some good music, download or purchase Anthony Hamilton’s latest CD and if you weren’t a fan before, you’ll become one.