Please welcome Holly to the blog today. I've got info about her debut release Kingston Court. I also hit her up with a few questions. I've known Holly on social media for several years and am so thrilled for this book. So check out the blurb and buy links, get to know Holly with the interview, and connect with her on social media. You won't be sorry.
What happens when you take middle-aged, stay-at-home moms, and throw them back into the workforce and dating? A modern twist between Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives, Kingston Court follows the love, lies, and friendships of two wealthy Southern California women.
Samantha and Natalie are at a crossroads. Gorgeous, over-the-top Samantha, hangs her status and her happiness on her “perfect” husband. That is until she learns his secret.
But she’s not the only mother on the block struggling. Natalie, nurturing and careful, is thrust back into the workforce after her husband barely survives a horrifying car crash. However, it isn’t just her new job co-hosting a national morning news show that keeps her busy. Alik, the hot young production assistant, does everything in his power to seduce the woman he loves.
Death and misfortune in the span of a single year force these two women to rediscover their inner strength and make life-changing choices. Kingston Court is full of scandal, temptation, and all of life’s juicy little secrets.
AMAZON / B & N / IBOOKS / KOBO / INKTERA / OYSTER
Brinda: Hi Holly! It's great to have you here. I'm going to ask you some fun questions just to get to know you and the book better. Okay? Cool. Here we go! What kind of readers will love Kingston Court? Compare it to some other books I might know.
Holly: Sex and the City or The Real Housewives, mixed in with The Wizard of Oz, any Jonathan Tropper novel.
Brinda: If you could cast anyone is the movie adaptations of Kingston Court, pick the actors for the leading roles.
Holly: Samantha - Sienna Miller
Natalie - Natalie Portman
Alic - Ryan Guzman
Brinda: Name five songs that fit the mood of scenes from this book.
Holly: Rachel Platten - Fight Song
John Mayer - Edge of Desire
The Fugees - Killing me softly
Ellie Goulding - Love Me Like You Do
Beyoncé - Run The World (Girls)
Brinda: Now I'll have these songs in my head for the rest of the day!
Brinda: Best advice someone gave you about writing.
Holly: "Write like a motherf*ck*r." ~ author Cheryl Strayed at a writer's retreat.
Brinda: Tell us a silly secret about yourself.
Holly: A lot of times I will sing my answer to my kids instead of just saying it. It drives them nuts. My son: "Can we invite Michael over today?" Me: "Yessssssss. I willllll texxxxxt his mother noooow."
Brinda: Favorite book you read this year?
Holly: Still Alice
Brinda: If you could hang out with any author for a day, who would it be? Where would you go?
Holly: Joan Didion. We would go to lunch and then shopping in NYC because that's where she spends her time.
Brinda: I was hoping you'd say ME!! Oh, well. I'm pretty sure you'd hang out with me anyway. I loved all your answers and can't wait to read Kingston Court. :)
Go check out Kingston Court and look up Holly at her website, www.hkammier.com, or on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.