Christmas Awards 2011

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

The Storm that is Sterling & Lisa Renee Jones Post

How about what Thanksgiving means to you?





It’s almost Turkey Day! This year I plan to celebrate the release of THE STORM THAT IS STERLING and say thanks for the ability to do something I love for a living. For years, I was in the corporate world, and I worked 80 hour weeks. I still work like crazy because it’s just inbred in my DNA. My mom worked 2 and 3 jobs as a single mom raising me. I didn’t realize what a blessing it was to do something you love for a living until I started doing something I love for a living.
Each Thanksgiving we put up our tree and start making our holiday CD that we mail out to the first 25 fans who email me wanting them. We also pick two holiday mugs each year that we start using on Thanksgiving. So today – just tell me your favorite holiday song, so I can consider putting it on the CD to win one of my backlist ebooks and a copy of the CD!
And for an extra entry go to Amazon and LIKE the ebook version and the print version of THE STORM THAT IS STERLING! (http://www.amazon.com/Storm-That-Is-Sterling-ebook/dp/B005UEF4DO/ref=ntt_at_ep_edition_2_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2)

“A wild ride of love and lust,
betrayal and trust.”
—For The Love of Books

He may be invincible to everyone else…
Sterling Jeter has remarkable powers and has shown himself
to be just about indestructible. But beautiful, brilliant Rebecca
Burns knows that even a Super Soldier needs comfort, and so
much more…

But she can see that deep down,
he’s just a man…
Sterling and Rebecca’s teenage romance was interrupted,
but years later the heat between them flares back to life.
Even though it endangers everything they’re fighting for, it’s
impossible to resist picking up right where they left off…

Great new Booklist review of THE STORM THAT IS STERLING!! YAY!
The Storm That Is Sterling.
Nov 2011. 384 p. Sourcebooks/Casablanca, hardcover, $6.99. (9781402251597).
The exciting Zodius futuristic suspense series features soldiers enhanced by a GTECH secret military experiment. Sterling Jeter, who is assigned to guard Rebecca Burns, the scientist working on an antidote for the highly addictive and fatal drug ICE. But Rebecca is also the high-school dream Sterling was never able to realize. She has cancer and tangling with bad guys who want her science skills for their ends has left her an ICE addict, too. She wants to take advantage of her time left with Sterling, while Sterling wants to protect her. As danger mounts, they try to sort out who is trustworthy. The GTECH and science details can best be followed with the help of the index, but they do not overwhelm the appealing characters or action. Jones’ suspense truly sizzles with an energy similar to FBI tales with a paranormal twist by Julie Garwood or Suzanne Brockmann. Alpha, military, and paranormal romance readers will want Jones’ entire series.

Read an excerpt HERE:
http://www.lisareneejones.com/books/the-storm-that-is-sterling/sterling-excerpt/

7 comments:

Modokker said...

I love the hippopantomous song and Dominic the donkey both really fun Christmas songs. There is a Brenda Lee song i love too but i can't think of teh name right now.


Lisa B

WK said...

I love everything about Christmas!

WendyK

Pamk said...

Love snoopy's christmas song. My kiddos do to. I've already like sterling everywhere I hope. lol.

EdgesAngel22 said...

I love the song "Ding-A-Ling the Christmas Bell" it's a sweet song that makes me smile every time I hear it :) I also love the classics like Frosty the Snowman and songs like that :)
Ashley A
ash_app@hotmail.com

Aemelia said...

The Twelve Pains of Christmas always cracks me up...probably because I can relate so dang well with it. :) I love Christmas music...

Lisa Renee Jones said...

I don't know the twelve pains - I have to look that up! I know and l love the others. Diego always wants snoopy!:)

Carol L. said...

Modokker is Brenda Lee's song Rocking Around The Christmas tree ?
I always loved Dominic the Donkey. It was a favorite of my Mom's. Me, I love Elvis Presley's Blue Christmas.
I liked both versions of The Storm That Is Sterling.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com