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Release of The Blind Date Coming (very) Soon

August 9, 2011

Hot on the heels of my release for The Islander, I believe The Blind Date will be available this Friday, August 12th through New Line Press. I am really excited about both stories and I am already working on a third and fourth in the Nauti-Lust series.

Here is a little more info about The Blind Date, starting with the cover design:

The Blind Date by D.C McMillen

The Blind Date by D.C McMillen

The cover design was once again created by Tara at Fantasia Frog Designs. You can stalk Fantasia Frog Designs on Twitter or friend them on Facebook.

The Blind Date takes place in an island marina bar. Deborah, blindsided by her mother and peach pie, agrees to go on a blind date with Melvin, a supposedly charming dentist. When things go south even more quickly than the usual dates orchestrated by her mother, Deborah is lucky enough to have the bartender keep her company. Together, they set about making her ferry ride all the way to the island worthwhile.

I hope it will be a fun read for everyone!

More about the Nauti-Lust Series:

Nauti-Lust is a series of short stories that surround the private (and not so private) lives of the residents, visitors and guests at an island marina and yacht club. With so many different personalities sharing such a small chunk of real estate, things can get crazy – and crazy hot – very quickly.

I would love love LOVE feedback about the cover art and blurbs so please leave your comments. And thank you for all of the tweets everyone has sent so far!

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