Cover Reveal: Snark and Stage Fright by Stephanie Wardrop @s_wardrop @swoonromance
I always wished I tried out for my school’s musical. One of my biggest regrets. I’m pretty sure one of my altar egos is dripping with stage lights and theater lines. I did get the chance to perform via piano recitals…until stage fright hit and I blanked on my pieces and had to leave the stage 3 times running without finishing my repertoire. Not on my Top 10 Happiest Days list.
So when I saw Snark and Stage Fright involved a musical and fear…well, I couldn’t help but sign up for this cover reveal 🙂
Snark and Stage Fright
by Stephanie Wardrop
Release Date: 10/14/14
Happily-ever-after isn’t as happy or forever as Jane Austen makes it look. Just something Georgia Barrett learns when her sharp tongue costs her the only guy she’s ever really cared
about: Michael Endicott.
Determined to move on, Georgia lands the lead role in the school’s fall musical. But to survive
on stage, she’ll need to learn to express herself without her protective shield of snark. She soon discovers being honest with others means being honest with herself, and the truth is she’s still in love with Michael.
But from the looks of Michael’s new girlfriend, Georgia isn’t the only one who tried to move on. Apparently, some people are just better at it than others. And when Michael and his girlfriend
join the cast of the fall musical, Georgia finds out that snark and stage fright are the least of her worries…
Stephanie Wardrop grew up in Reading, Pennsylvania, a town mostly famous for being a railroad card in Monopoly. After giving up on her childhood goal of becoming a pirate, she decided to become a writer but took a detour through lots of college and grad school and ended up teaching writing and British and American literature. She’s the author of the Swoon Romance e-novella series Snark and Circumstance, based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, and lives in western New England with her husband, kids, cats, and gecko.
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Thanks for having me. And if you want real life “musicals and fear” stories . . .
You’re so welcome! Ooo…. Do tell 😉
alter ego an altar ego would would be your religious self???
I guess that means I would be playing a priest or a nun on stage 😉