Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Being There by T.K. Rapp Blog Tour


When Cass Howard was young, she never dreamed she would have the perfect job, living in New York, with an amazing man by her side.
That’s a good thing…because none of that ever happened.
Drew Alexander was the one person who knew Cass better than almost anyone, and the friendship that developed in high school carried them to college. Despite the distance, their bond grew stronger, revealing to each of them what they meant to each other. A series of fleeting moments and a string of failed relationships helped them realize that what they really wanted, what they needed, was each other.
But that was five years ago, and sometimes things just don’t work out.
Now twenty-five, Cass finds herself living in Houston, working at a small publishing house as an editor. By most
“My stomach was in knots, hoping that I wasn’t imagining this moment until he started to move his lips to mine. I could feel his breath inches from my lips and I knew it was real. His lips briefly brushed mine before he deepened the kiss. I felt that kiss over my entire body and I started to move my hands around his neck, but just as it started to become something more, our moment was interrupted.”

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Author Bio:

T.K. Rapp is a Texas girl born and raised! She attended Texas A&M where she graduated in 2000 with a degree in Journalism. It was there that she met her husband, who already had a contract with the US Navy. They married soon after she graduated and immediately moved to San Diego, California. Being a military family, they continued
to move several more times, which was a great adventure. Along the way, they started their family and are blessed with two awesome kids who are her world!

Her first novel, Being There, was self-published on July 3, 2013. When she started writing, she didn't really have any intention of publishing, but the more she got into it, the more she felt that it was a step she needed to take. It was both exciting and terrifying because she was going for it, but she would also be baring my soul and allowing people to tear her up. So far, the response has been encouraging and it pushes her to do more.

If you ask how her friends would describe her, words they tend to use include quirky, raunchy sense of humor, loves coloring her hair, stubborn, cheap drunk, loyal, fun, awesome mom and simple. If you ask her to describe her friends? One word: Blind!

When she isn’t writing, or thinking up something to write, she can be found chatting on Facebook, reading, adding things to her bucket list or hanging with her family.

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