Mary: Nicole I’m so glad you agreed to visit the garden. I read over your web site, and found you write hot erotica. However, nothing really about your background, so of course I’m intrigued and inquiring minds want to know all about you. So??? Tell us about where you call home, please.
Nicole: First Mary, let me thank you for having me as your guest today. The hot cocoa and goodies were an unexpected but pleasant surprise. I live in the Rocky Mountain region, only about a half an hour from the mountains and often times I love to take drives up there to take in the beautiful scenery. Most recently I took a short trip up there and saw the beautiful orange and red colors of autumn as the trees changed, preparing themselves for winter.
Mary: I live near the Rocky's too.... What, if any, holiday’s do you celebrate? Do you have traditions?
Nicole: I generally celebrate all holidays. I’ve always loved to decorate no matter how small the holiday seemed. Entertaining and spending time with family and friends is one of my favorite things to do and would call it one of my favorite traditions.
Mary: This is always my favorite question, do you have any holiday—or non-holiday—recipes you can share with all of us?
Nicole: It’s not much of a recipe, more of a trick I learned. Whenever I cook a roast chicken or turkey I always get rave reviews. Everyone assumes I’ve spent hours coming up with just the right spice combination to give it that fantastic flavor. Then they comment on how the inside is so moist and tender but the outside skin is crispy and brown. I’ve told a few friends my ‘secret’ but they think I’m teasing them, refusing to give up my secret recipe. LOL. I am no Colonel Sanders. My secret is in a can. A spray can to be exact. PAM Cooking Spray has an Olive Oil version. Instead of applying butter to the outside of the bird, I use the Olive Oil spray. It is healthier for you and it gives the bird a much better flavor. Then I just season to taste. I can assure you it is not the few seasonings I use that give it the fantastic flavor. I have made birds with the same spices, using both olive oil and butter. I’m here to tell you, in this case butter does not make it better.
Sounds good to me, so everyone are your plates empty? Let’s take a minute to re-fuel. And warm up. Baby it’s cold outside. Oh that’s a song. LOL.
Mary: Everyone settled? Let’s continue. Nicole, will you please share what your most fond memory of childhood is?
Nicole: I have many fond memories from my childhood, so it would be hard to pick just one. If I had to choose one, I would pick one of my earliest memories. I can remember being very little and building a snowman with my dad in front my Grandfather’s house. I’m not sure why this memory has always stood out to me, but its definitely one of my favorites.
Mary: Would you please share a blurb of your newest book? Also any buy links, etc.
Nicole: Of course, I would be happy to and thank you for asking. My latest book is titled “Beck and Call” and it’s published by Total-E-Bound.
Beck is a drifter who comes to Jenny’s rescue during a plumbing emergency at the hotel. He is arrogant, cocky and absolutely everything that Jenny despises in a man of his type.
Together Jenny and Beck find out just how real the term “opposites attract” is, and along the way find something they weren’t quite expecting along the way.
Direct buy link: http://www.total-e-bound.com/product.asp?strParents=&CAT_ID=&P_ID=1295
• This book is available in all eReader formats and can also be find on various other eBook sites such as: Amazon (Kindle), Barnes and Noble (Nook), ARe and Fictionwise.
Mary: Do you have a place where your new fans can find you? A web site, blog, Facebook and/or Twitter and everyplace else you can think of.
Nicole: In one way or another, I’m all over the web. Places that they can find me are:
My website: http://nicolemorgan1.webs.com
My blog: http://nicolemorganauthor.blogspot.com
Social networking sites:
http://facebook.com/nicolemorganauthor (Friend me here)
http://facebook.com/nicolemorganfanpage (“Like” my Author page here)
Thank you, Nicole, for sharing your time with us here at the garden.
Thank you so much for having me, Mary. It has been wonderful. The hot cocoa and goodies were fantastic! I must admit I think I ate way too much of them though. Thanks again and have a wonderful Holiday season! ~ Nicole Morgan