Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Meet Lynda Coker

My guest today in My Writing Corner is Lynda Coker. 

She is a contemporary romance author whose works will linger in a reader’s mind long after they close the book. She lives in Northeast Texas with her husband of fifty years. They enjoy traveling, trying new foods, spending time with family and friends, and doing community service work together. When she feels the need to take a break from writing, she says she enjoys creating fabric art.  If you'd like to take a look at her work, she offers an open invitation to view both her writing and fabric art on her blog.
 Her newest book, a sweet romance, is Stormee Waters, which will be released by The Wild Rose Press next week, but it is available at Amazon for pre-order for Kindle right now.

Dirk Savage never fails to acquire what he wants until he encounters Stormee Waters and a backwash of trouble...
Stormee Waters knows about hard times. Needing to care for her aging grandmother and teenage brother, she moves to Houston, Texas and takes a writing job for a popular magazine. Her first assignment is to interview a successful business man for a series of articles entitled, Make My Man Texas-Sized. Her target, Dirk Savage, appears to have the right criteria. He's adventurous with the air of a conqueror. Admired by his peers and coveted by beauty queens and debutantes, he's just the type of man that Stormee needs to make her first article sizzle and sell. But can she handle the heat when she catches his attention?

Dirk Savage is used to acquiring what he wants, except in the illusive quest for the one woman who can fill his heart. The shock of discovering her in the naive young woman assigned to interview him sets his jaded emotions on high alert. Can he convince her that his pursuit is genuine?
Here is an excerpt:
She came back to reality and placed the box on the foyer table, picked up her purse, and stepped through the door. The evening light cast a deep shadow across the man at her side, giving the illusion that he became one with the darkness, and something more she couldn’t define. When he escorted her to a sleek, black sports car of indefinable origin, something more took on solid proportions in her imagination. Every tingling cell in her body warned her against the power of his striking personality. That feeling barely registered before another followed. Dirk Savage didn’t play by anyone’s rules but his own. She nibbled her lower lip and stole a glance at him as he helped her to fasten the seat belt.
“Don’t look so dismayed. I’m not going to ravish you, at least, not before we’ve had our dinner.”
Still leaning over her, with nothing but a thought between their lips, his low chuckle reached to the very bottom of her toes. Embarrassed by his scrutiny, she turned her head.
Fifteen minutes passed. He’d made no small talk, and she welcomed the silence. They’d cleared the congested part of town and cruised through an exclusive residential area. Expensive homes perched along the river’s edge.
To celebrate the launching of Stormee Waters, Lynda is offering a special giveaway until the end of the month.  Here's the link to enter:

To If you would like to learn more about Lynda, contact her or pre order Stormee Waters, here are the links: 


Buy Links: (Release - January 14th)

The Wild Rose Press:

 Thanks, Lynda, for being my guest today! 


  1. It's a pleasure to be visiting with you today, Rebecca. My heroine, Stormee, has a connection with you since you've been a broadcast journalist in the past. That sounds so interesting. And congratulations on your new release this month of BLUES AT 11:00. That's an intriguing title. Best of success to you in 2015.

    1. It was great having you as a guest, Lynda, and I am looking forward to reading Stormee Waters. Good luck with your release.

  2. Enjoyed the interview. Interesting concept. Good luck.

  3. Thanks so much for stopping in and taking the time to comment. Much appreciated...

  4. Lynda--"Stormee Waters" looks like an interesting read. I'll put in on my list. I enjoyed the excerpt. Good luck with its release.

  5. Hi Judy,
    Thank you for those kind words. I hope you enjoy Stormee and Dirk's story.

  6. been through some of your interviews before on this book. good luck.


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