Yesterday, Angel Martinez read a snippet from Elevator Pitch for her Friday Reading Day post.
She does this really cool thing where she reads a snippet from LGBT books, and yesterday she read from Elevator Pitch.
My experience is that how I feel about my books, doesn’t always (nearly never) match the readers’ reactions to it.
Elevator Pitch is one of my favourites! I loved writing it, the characters are very dear to me, and simply seeing it makes me smile. Readers? Hardly anyone has read it. I don’t know why. It might be the blurb, might be the cover, might be they simply don’t want to read about bats and bears trapped in an elevator.
I think Angel does an awesome job reading it! It was so much fun to hear someone else read what I’d written. So much better than when I read it LOL
Bjorn Ritter only wants one thing—to live his life away from nosey, demanding bears. That’s easier said than done when you’re the son of the female running the Bayside Bear Community. Cecil Baxter might be a bat, but he grew up away from shifter communities and he’s doing his best to continue to keep his distance. Shifters aren’t an accepting bunch and Cecil has never fit the norm.
Already facing a dreaded meeting with his mother, the last thing Bjorn needs is a stranger using his elevator to escape a pack of werewolves. And Cecil, whose day just seems to be getting worse and worse, could really do without the added stress of finding himself trapped in an elevator with a huge bear shifter.
Still, what could go wrong in three minutes?