Monday, December 16, 2013

Unsettled by S.C. Ellington Blog Tour

Title: Unsettled
Author: S.C. Ellington

After a horrific breakup with her longtime boyfriend, Brooklyn Caldwell is completely disenchanted with the notion of mingling with the opposite sex. Damon Williams had been everything she thought she wanted…until he wasn’t. 

In an attempt to escape her heartbreaking past, Brooklyn seeks refuge in bustling Washington, D.C. where she folds into the fast-paced society unnoticed…until she meets a young entrepreneur, Logan Colton. 

Brooklyn is surprised to find that while she has been successful in keeping the opposite sex at bay, somehow she is defenseless against Logan’s confidence and charm—and it doesn’t hurt that he is absurdly beautiful. 

As much as Logan didn’t plan on pursuing her, he is drawn to Brooklyn’s muted beauty and her witty persona. For all his success, Logan is ensnared in the coveted world of unequivocal wealth and power, but behind closed doors is taunted by demons and an undeniable need to atone for a monumental mistake. 

As the two embark on a tumultuous obstacle course saturated with unknown twists and turns, Brooklyn is left to question whether she can endure the journey ahead. 

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About the Author

S.C. Ellington is an up and coming author who enjoys expressing her creativity through frequently writing adult, contemporary romance novels that readers can relate to, but more importantly, enjoy. Aside from writing, Ellington enjoys curling up with her e-reader and absorbing herself in novels loaded with emotion, desire, and passion. She also likes to spend sunny, wistful afternoons, in her hammock thinking up new ideas for great stories. Ellington currently resides on the west coast with her beautiful family and loving friends.

Ten must-haves when writing 

1. Peace: If you're stressed, words will likely not flow freely.
2. Quiet: I have a child, so sometimes his words mingle with my stories. When my characters were saying, "Mommy! I want milk and crackers," I knew something wasn't right!
3. Fortitude: Sometimes you'll want to give up...but don't!
4. An Office: I'm still working on mine, but it's essential to have a place where you can think openly.
5. Imagination: Don't be afraid to think outside the box.
6. Coffee: You don't know what tired is until you start writing a novel. The characters keep talking to you, even in your sleep. Being an author is a full-time job, times two.
7. Tissues: Your characters will likely make you cry tears of joy or sadness.
8. An Assistant: Can't stress this enough. One person can't do it all. 

9. Sprinting Pals: Having other authors pals who will push you to get the words rolling around in your head onto paper helps tremendously. 
10. Bloggers: This quirky bunch can be an author's best friend.

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