The Dylan Dilemma by Patricia B. Tighe Blog Tour with Guest Post!
The Dylan Dilemma by Patricia B. Tighe
Release Date: April 24, 2018
Publisher: Swoon Romance
High school senior Kenzie Harper-Shea has no time for dating, especially after the arrival of the basketball coach from hell. Now Kenzie has lost her confidence, is in a slump, and in danger of losing out on a scholarship to play college ball. The last thing she needs is her “vacation boyfriend,” Dylan McCoy, distracting her with warm smiles, inside jokes, and swoony kisses.
Dylan, however, is totally ready to date. He finally lives in the same town as Kenzie and is not about to lose the chance to let their relationship grow into something more. But for now, he’ll stay in the friend zone because he’s determined to find out what has her running scared. It can’t be just about basketball.
As Kenzie spends more time around Dylan, her feelings become a jumbled-up mess. It’s obvious they’re into each other. So, why does she panic whenever she thinks about dating him? Is it connected to basketball or to something deeper? She’s not sure. Does she have the courage to examine her heart, even if it means breaking Dylan’s?
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About the Author
The mother of two grown sons, Patricia B. Tighe lives in West Texas with her husband and dog. She eats way too much pizza, drinks way too much coffee, and watches way too much NFL football. On the bright side, she also reads and writes teen fiction. She promises to include as much romance, angst, and adventure as possible in her books.
If I Knew Then What I Know Now About Writing
Two thoughts come to mind immediately when I think about this idea. First, reading to analyze fiction is so incredibly helpful. That’s usually difficult the first time through a book, so I like to save it for later. I’ve learned a lot by studying how other authors craft their books.
And second, I would have worked harder to understand what works best for me in plotting a novel, instead of just getting an idea and running with it. Because that only works until I run out of ideas. But if I plot out a novel, I don’t waste as much time trying to figure out what should happen next, and I write faster.
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