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Monday, March 16, 2009
Monday Spotlight: Jenny Gilliam
Tell us about your latest book.
My latest book, a novella called "Getting Even" is part of an anthology to be released by Amira Press this summer. Socialite Paige St. John goes to the island of Cozumel, Mexico at the behest of her fiancé, only to receive two of the biggest shocks of her life. The first occurs when she catches her fiancé cheating; the second when she realizes the resort manager is none other than her former husband, Nick Russo. Neither has gotten over the other and circumstances throw the couple together—literally—into some very steamy situations.
This is my first erotic romance. It’s also the “coming out,” so to speak, of my new alter-ego, Piper Foxx. I’ve written four novels under the name Jenny Gilliam, and now I’ve decided to change that name. I’m a little apprehensive, as I don’t know that my fan base (my very small fan base) will follow. My novels have always been on the steamy side; this time I’m pushing the envelope just a touch farther.
While somewhat nervous, I’m also quite excited to start this new chapter in my writing career.
Can you tell the difference between Pepsi and Coke? If so, which do you prefer?
I believe that there are two kinds of people in this world: Coke people and Pepsi people (the other percentage, the ones who don’t care, are just plain crazy). Coke has a longer shelf-life once you open in. It’s also a little less sweet than its Pepsi counterpart. Obviously, I’ve spent too much time thinking about this. But my opinion really doesn’t matter since I love Mountain Dew and it’s a Pepsi product (gasp!).