Friday, May 6, 2016

Happy Friday and Release day for On The Slopes by Bridie Hall!

Happy Friday! Hope everyone is doing well.

It's been raining for days here, and I'd like to complain, but there are sections of the US and Canada on fire right now, and I just can't. My thoughts are with all of them.

Have a great weekend! Happy Mother's Day!


They're both divas.

It was so nice to have the paperbacks in my hands and be able to flip through the pages. Print is not dead.


On the Slopes 

By Bridie Hall

Snowboarding means everything to Charlise, but she hasn’t met Sam Miller yet.

Charlise is a snowboarder with a promising career ahead of her. Despite the fact that her father hates her risking her life on the slopes that had taken the life of Charlise’s mother she is determined not to give up her career the way her mother did when she fell pregnant. Charlise wants to win medals, lots of them.

The last distraction Charlise needs is the American freestyle champion, Sam Miller, who utterly enthralls her with his wit and friendliness. Refusing to risk her career for a relationship, Charlise returns home for Christmas, determined to sort things out with her father. But the holidays culminate in an epic fight, and with a repeat of the painful breakup with Sam. 

However, new discoveries from her family’s past might change Charlise’s mind about Sam.

ISBN: 978-1-939590-69-5
eBook buy links:
Barnes and Noble
All Romance Books

About the author:
Bridie Hall writes young adult and new adult contemporary stories. She sold her first story at fourteen. Since then, she has written dozens more, translated books, studied writing, and started writing novels. Her days revolve around stories and words, her sleepless nights involve plotting and inventing fascinating new characters.



  1. It's so nice that you have the paperback versions to hold and flip through. I don't know about you, but every now and then I come across mine own, and just think, "Wow, I made that. That is so weird."

    Congrats to Bridie! I love the colors in that cover. Pretty!

  2. Having the paperback is the best part of publishing a book!

    Congrats to Birdie.


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