Who is this person? I found her wandering and she said the strangest things. We all know I can't hear worth a crap, so I invited her to sit with us and talk to you. Feel free to ask her questions.
 
Quixotic: Not Everyday Love Stories, featuring One Box, Two Suitcases by BC Brown Blurb:

quix·ot·ic: Adjective Exceedingly idealistic; unrealistic and impractical: "a vast and quixotic project".

I get the definitions, but why was she telling me this stuff?
Introduction to Quixotic: Not Everyday Love Stories:
 
Mankind looks to love as the ultra poetic, sweeping romance presented by the film industry. But how often is it that people find that particular packaging more than a little misleading? Often it leaves many soured on love, gives the perception of the depths of love they have achieved as being somehow incomplete. But would mankind feel that way if love was presented as it truly is - fantastical and passionate, but also gritty and sometimes more than a little tainted?

Quixotic: Not Everyday Love Stories provides a glimpse into very real love. Love that is all encompassing but also unidealized and subject to real life and real reactions. Because love is only as sweeping as the ability of the person able to feel it. Sometimes that depth amounts to little more than a creek's bed, and other times it's as deep as anything on this Earth. That love should be so immense as anything depth known on this planet should be a relief. But we are ever to remember that the farther down we delve, the colder and darker it often becomes.

Now I get it! It's about her book!

BC Brown Bio:
B.C. Brown was born with six fingers on each hand endowing her with super powers, thus enabling her to fight crime. When a freak Cuisinart accident severed the additional digits and her powers, B.C. was forced to fall back on her secondary talent - writing. Now she lives between the pages of a book - whether she has written it or not. Until she finds the surgeon to restore her fingers and powers, she has published three novels to date. She has also been included in two anthology collections. She enjoys writing mystery, paranormal romance, science fiction and fantasy but is always in the mood for a challenge to branch out. You can follow her crime fighting or writing at twitter or facebook.

So why did you chose that title?
Ask her questions, folks!
 

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4 comments

  1. Anonymous // September 17, 2013 at 12:21 AM  

    Welcome to the Fuzzies, we are pleased to have you visit. Can you tell us more about how you capture the essence of love in your writing?

    Scarlet

  2. Barbara Monajem // September 17, 2013 at 1:08 PM  

    So sorry about the loss of digits and powers, but if that means you will continue writing love stories that are gritty and a bit dark, it may be a better thing all round. Forge on!

  3. Beth Trissel // September 18, 2013 at 10:24 AM  

    Wow, what a unique and interesting post. And guest. Welcome to the Fuzzies B.C. you are a most intriguing woman. How did you come about the idea for this unusual book?

  4. Molly Daniels // October 10, 2013 at 5:44 PM  

    How did I miss this post? Loved Quixotic and your Abigail St. Michael books:)

    I can answer Beth's question: The editor of the antho came up with it, since a lot of the stories go off in unexpected ways. Apparently the AZ sun has interfered with BC's computer usage.