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May 29, 2014

.@PlottingPrince1 - 18 Things You Want to know about: #author Patricia Kiyono #MFRWorg #

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18 things you want to know about...
Welcome, Patricia Kiyono to the Plotting Princesses where we like to poke our guests and get their gory details.

Here's a bit about her: Patricia and her husband live in SW lower Michigan, near their five children and nine grandchildren. She teaches college students part time and loves scrapbooking, sewing, and making music. 

Favorite movie: Memoirs of a Geisha
Favorite book: Gone With the Wind
Last book read: Bluebonnets for Ellie by Sandra Nachtlinger
Favorite color: Blue Stilettos or flipflops: Sneakers!
Coffee or tea: Both!
Ebook or paperback: ebook
Pencil or pen: pencil
Favorite song: Cherish
Streak or not: Not
Favorite dessert: chocolate
Champagne or gin: Allergic to both
Paranormal or Historical: Historical
Ginger or Mary Ann: Mary Ann
Favorite TV show: Who Do You Think You Are?
Hot or cold: Hot
POV: Rosy
I'd die if I don't have: chocolate

Patricia has a new book, Searching for Lady Luck. Here's a bit about it:
Charlie needs a little luck, and it seems every time a pretty lady named Rose appears, good things happen…  

“She must be your Lady Luck,” said Connor. 
“My what?”
“Lady Luck. Remember when Uncle Phineas would go to Atlantic City? He’d talk about the women in the casinos. If someone hit it big while one of them happened to be next to him, that lady would
be his Lady Luck and he’d keep her by his side the rest of the night.”

Find Patricia at:   website     email  
Find Searching for Lady Luck at: Amazon


Karilyn Bentley said...

Hi Patricia,
Welcome to the PP! Your book sounds good! Best wishes for many sales!

Kathy Ivan said...

Hi, Patricia and welcome to the Plotting Princesses. I love all the quick-fire answers and your book sounds really great. Wishing you many sales.

Kathleen Baldwin said...

Hi Patricia!
Nice to meet you today.

I went and checked out a longer excerpt of your book on Amazon. It looked really interesting and it's only 99c today so I snatched up a copy.

I'm glad you came to visit today!

chris keniston said...

Oh my - I love that cover - It's exactly the kind of book that draws me in.

And such an interesting premiss - Definitely worth snatching up as Kat said- :) -

So glad you stopped in to visit

Liz Lipperman said...

Welcome, Patricia. Your book sounds intriguing. Like Kathy, I wish you many many sales.

Sylvia said...

You look so familiar. Did I meet you a Chicago RWA's Spring Fling? Love the sound of your book. And the cover is excellent. Wishing you many, many sales.

Vicki Batman, sassy writer said...

Hi, Patricia and welcome to the PP. Love to get to know you better and I agree with Chris, great cover.

Patricia Kiyono said...

Wow, thank you so much for the feature, and for all the kind comments! I had a great time writing it. Yes, Sylvia, I was at Spring Fling last month! Thanks, Kathleen - hope you enjoy the novella!

KatB said...

Beautiful cover, Patricia - I agree with previous posters: best wishes for many sales! :)

Patricia Kiyono said...

Thanks, Kristen. Sylvia McDaniel! We had lunch together at that restaurant near the hotel. I roomed with Andrea!

Maris said...

Love the quick answers, and Lady Luck sounds interesting.

Diane Burton said...

Great interview. Quick questions are the best. :) Love your new picture. Wishing you the best, Patty.

Pamela Stone said...

Chiming in a little late, Patricia. But welcome. Your books sounds great. Wishing you much success.

Melissa Keir said...

What a great post! I loved getting to know Patricia a little better. I'll take her steak in trade for giving her my chocolate! *wink*

The book sounds like a winner. I love the idea of a woman named Rose being some guys lucky charm! All the best!!

Margo Hoornstra said...

Short and sweet. Great cover. Best of luck.

Lisa Orchard said...

Awesome cover Patty! And this story sounds so intriguing. Best of luck to you and here's wishing you many sales! :)

Rohn Federbush said...

Good luck on your sales. The book does sound fast paced.

Rohn Federbush said...

8918Good luck on your sales. The book does sound fast paced.