15 December 2011


Friday Five, Three, One. This is a chance for guest bloggers to share a bit about themselves in a fun format of Five Facts, Three Questions and One Sentence. If you'd like to be a guest on Friday Five, Three, One drop me an email.

Today I welcome Casey Crow, who's talking about herself and her new book, Can't Fake This from Loose, ID. I met Casey at RWA Nationals a few years ago and have been waiting for the release of her first book ever since.

Casey, take it away...

  1. Favorite word: Succulent. It's both pretty and sexy.
  2.  First thing you do in the morning: Hit snooze 5 times. I'm so not a morning person so I set my alarm 25 minutes early because I need that much time to drag myself out of bed. 
  3. Favorite song to dance to: Seriously? You ask a dance choreographer that? Jeeze, the pressure. Oh, alright, I LOVE "Sideways" by Dierks Bentley. Your body involuntary moves to beat whenever you hear it.
  4. What constitutes a crime against nature: Littering. It irks me to no end when folks litter. Lazy bums, they are.
  5. Favorite destination: The beach. Any beach.
  1. What book is on your nightstand? This week I'm reading the light contemporary Tangled up in Love by Heidi Betts.
  2. What would your mother say about today’s underwear choice? "Here's five bucks. Go buy something new."
  3. What scares you most? Something bad happening to my children.
Using these four words, write a sentence: Splash. Implants. Weed. Asset.
As I'm planting flowers today to create a splash of color and lovely asset to the window box, I noticed the weeds had overtaken the garden. 


A divorcee ready to reenter the dating world, Anna Ryan is determined to be the best “product on the market,” which requires a lot more experience so she propositions sexy police officer Chase Harris to teach her how to make hot, passionate love as opposed to just having sex. He takes it a step further, instructing each lesson based on The Twelve Days of Christmas.

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Casey writes erotic and spicy contemporary romances with the tagline “Sexy, Southern & Sassy.” Visit her at www.caseycrow.com.  Follow her on Twitter – caseyecrow and Facebook – Casey Crow.


Casey Crow said...

Keena, thank you so much for having me today! I'm excited to be here and share in the random thoughts at your blog.

Keena Kincaid said...

Hi, Casey. I've been trapped in other endeavors all morning, so I apologize for arriving late to a party I'm hosting.

Tell me a little bit about how you came up with the idea for your book? Do either of your characters have any Dirty Little Secrets?

Casey Crow said...

Thanks for asking. I began writing CAN'T FAKE THIS on a whim. At the last minute, I decided to enter this 10,000 word contest. The catch was it had to be based on the holidays and erotic. I’d written spicy mainstream, but this was my first dive into erotic waters. I didn’t win the contest, but after having what I thought was a good start, I added some more words and low and behold, this erotic became the first manuscript I sold.

As far as the characters, after years of living a subdued life, Anna is looking for a fresh start and adventure. Chase, luckily, knows more than how to provide it.

Denise said...


Your book sounds terrific and I love your underwear answer.

Good luck with your debut.

Denise Swanson
www.Denise Swanson.com

Sandy L. Rowland said...

Nicely done!
I was entertained by the post.

Callie said...

What a cute premise. I love the 5, 3 and 1. Quick and cute. The book sounds really good. Good luck with it.

Jana Richards said...

Keena, I like your 5, 3, 1 premise as well. It's fast and informative.

Casey, best of luck with your book. I've never delved into the erotic waters myself and have always wondered if I have what it takes. Your experience gives me hope!


Anonymous said...

That was a fun interview. I liked all the answers. Good luck with your book.

Keena Kincaid said...

Thanks for stopping by, everyone. I hope to have a new author every Friday...so come back.