IndieWritersReview Welcomes The Harvest Queen’s Tutor by Author Lisa A. Adams ( GUEST POST)(Maverick Promotions)

Okay guys I am so excited that IndieWritersReview is hosting The Harvest Queen’s Tutor by Author Lisa A. Adams! Also guys check out last night’s awesome  Radio Interview  as today’s stop for her #MaverickPromotions Virtual Tour!

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On Tour  April 29th- May 3rd

AUTHOR Lisa A. Adams


Bio: Lisa A. Adams writes from a little plot of country, tucked away in the North Carolina Sandhills. When she’s not writing, Lisa can be found in her sewing room, in a classroom, or at a local soccer field. When asked about her family, Lisa will be the first to tell you that they have been the backbone of not only her writing career, but anything she chooses to pursue as well. She has been married to her husband for over ten years, has five wonderful children, and two very spoiled cats.

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Book: The Harvest Queen’s Tutor 
Publisher: Decadent publishing

Blurb:Sophie Carmichael is a small town beauty queen who won multiple scholarships in high school, including the title “Harvest Queen.” She’s returned home from her pre-med studies at Duke to ride in the Thanksgiving parade alongside the new Harvest Queen. But since Sophie is close to failing some of her college classes, she’s in a panic to find someone to help her.

When Sophie Carmichael busts into the local library looking for tutoring help, Michael “Mick” Shover suspects an intruder. But he finds that Sophie needs exactly what he can give her—access to the library and all its resources. Michael agrees to help Sophie but can’t seem to keep his mind on the books. How could he have ever guessed that studying Anatomy could be so interesting?



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Lisa A. Adams

The Harvest Queen’s Tutor – New Adult Contemporary Romance

Guest Post


Writing for the Love of it….

When I first started writing some eight years ago, I had dreams of grandeur and money bouncing around my head. Multiple submissions came back as rejections, and I learned. I learned that success would not happen overnight, that rejection is commonplace in the writing industry, and that an acceptance will not immediately provide you with a financial portfolio that rivals the greats like Nora Roberts and Stephen King.

I’ve now been officially published for a year and three months, and its work.

Once your story is written, you begin the long process of submission. Submit, wait, receive rejection, or revise and resubmit, or a contract, and more waiting. But, once that contract has been signed, a new wave of work is headed your way.

A slew of paperwork suddenly appears in your inbox. Biographies, blurbs, cover art requests, line tags, and the dreaded first round edits, a writer’s world is turned into countless hours of keystrokes and e-mails. After two to three rounds of content edits and a line edit or galley preview, you finally can breathe… momentarily.

Before release, you are required to promote. Some companies will set up blog tours for you, others will expect you to do the work yourself. More time is spent with your butt in the chair, creating blog posts, giveaways, and marketing tours.

But it doesn’t end there. Even after release, your marketing and sales are solely based on your ability to promote your work.

So, why do it? Why spend hours and hours creating and writing, editing and blogging, just for a meager salary at the end of the day?

We do it for the Love of it. The Love of our characters, the Love of writing, and the Love of putting something out there that is entirely our own. With the dreams of Nora Roberts’ and Stephen Kings’ paychecks still floating in our heads and the belief that we will one day make it big… we write. We edit. We blog. Until the next submission, the next acceptance, and the next round of edits… we are hotwired to believe, hope, and dream.




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Promotion April 29th- May 3rd

Tues.. Apr.29th- (8pmcst) 30 minute Book Chat w/ Michelle Cornwell-Jordan- IndieReview Behind The Scenes Internet Radio

Wed..Apr. 30th Guest Post at  IndieWritersReview 

Thurs.May 01st- Spotlight Post at Write Indie: Musings of a WriterGeek

Fri. May 02 – Spotlight at Maverick Promotions 

Sat. May 03rd -(7pmcst) Ten Minute Twitter View chat w/ Host Michelle Cornwell-Jordan Follow Hashtag#MPTour


Maverick Promotion ” Artists Not Afraid To Think Outside The Box” ©Michelle Cornwell-Jordan


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