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Saturday, December 20, 2008

Saturday Spotlight - Amber Polo

Well...Christmas is getting closer by the minute!
Today's guest is Amber Polo and her book Christmas on Wherever Island. Perfect for this time of year don't you think?
Bio: A recovering English major and librarian (two ways to make sure writing fiction is the last thing you’ll ever do) Amber turned to stories because she had no choice. Amber has lived more places than many people visit. From a career as a librarian to yoga teacher with a few stops in between, she most recently moved from Key Largo, Florida to Arizona near Sedona. She is a member of RWA and NARWA. You can find out more about Amber and her writing by visiting here website and/or blog.

Blurb: Marti Bell is facing the prospect of a very unmerry Christmas. Reluctantly leaving her married lover, she travels toward ice, snow, and judgmental family until a magic Santa sends her to a surprise destination in the warm waters of the Caribbean. Wherever Island would be paradise, except the only place to stay is the beachside cottage of gorgeous globetrotting photographer Cliff Holmes. Cliff wants to unwind and treat Marti to a little romantic Caribbean Christmas fun but she’s determined to stay in the warm ocean and out of hot water.
Christmas on Wherever Island is available now from The Wild Rose Press!
Well Friends, that wraps up another Saturday Spotlight - if you haven't finished your shopping or gift wrapping...time's a wastin!
Next week I'll be sharing Christmas poems and stories with you so drop by often!
Until later take care, God Bless and remember....Jesus is the reason for Every season!


angie said...

looks interesting its on my wish list

Mary Ricksen said...

Sounds like a wonderful story. I would like to meet that Santa!

Debra St. John said...

Hi Amber. This sounds like a great read. It's on my TBR list!

Gina Marie Pettitt said...

This sounds wonderful. I would love to read it. I would love to meet her Santa.

Margaret Tanner said...

Hi Amber,
My, you have travelled around. Sounds like a good read, anything in the Carribean is appealing. I haven't been there but I would like to, and a gorgeous Santa would make it even more special..

Nan J said...

I love a beach cabin that comes with a Santa... :)

P.L. Parker said...

Hmmmm, Santa!


ddurance said...

What? but hot water is the best kind. LOL