Kellyann Zuzulo

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Do You Still Love Your High School Crush?

My YA story, starting on page 103 of the January issue of BTS Book Reviews.

My YA story, starting on page 103 of the January issue of BTS Book Reviews.

WOVEN is my new YA short story that is published in the January issue of BTS Book Reviews magazine. When Maggie runs into her middle-school heart throb many years later, there’s just one question that concerns her: Does he remember me?

I think we all know that feeling. You want to believe that you’re unforgettable but, realistically, you also know that there is an army of your former classmates who you probably wouldn’t recognize if you had an open yearbook and a DNA kit. What are the chances that the kid you liked, liked you back? And what if you discover that, despite time and complications, a crush could morph into true love. Maggie has that chance. But she also has one of those major complications. The most major type of major…  Read Woven on page 103 of BTS Book Reviews magazine to find out if the threads of our lives can actually form a nice, cozy blanket for us when life is at its coldest.

I hope you enjoy the story and Happy New Year!

~Kellyann


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THE GIFT AUTHORS LOVE MOST…

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Here’s a great round-up of stories for your holiday reading pleasure…and I do mean pleasure. ;) I’ll tell you what I loved about writing The Christmas Bottle.

Originally posted on PaulaMillhouse.com:

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays,

Romance Readers!

I LOVE authors, and a universal trait we share is how very much we love to share our stories, our special gifts, with our readers.

When I discovered Boroughs Publishing Group put together five special gift anthologies I sat down and asked the authors where their hearts were when they wrote their stories.

Here’s a behind-the-scenes compilation from the authors to my question:

Tell us what you loved most about writing your story in the anthologies.

A holiday bonanza: Ten stories set in different times and places, each telling the tale of people who found love through wishes or magic or luck, all on Christmas—except for one on New Year’s Eve.

Contains:

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The Benefits of Rose Water

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Scent-sational….

Originally posted on News-Press:

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The qualities, valuable secrets and benefits of rose water were discovered through an ancient romantic story that relates as follows.

An emperor in ancient Persia, for his royal wedding to a princess, once ordered rose water to be filled in his imperial fountains. After their marriage, as the royal couple was taking a walk through the lovely gardens, tiny drops were seen on the surface of the rose water fountain.
These tiny drops were( rose oil droplets that had been formed under the warm streaming sunshine. )
The curious empress was intrigued to find that the droplets, when touched, had an oily feel and a beautiful scent emitted from them. Thus,( the benefits ) of rose water, along with rose oil, were first discovered in Persia.

What is Rose Water?

(Rose water )is basically a by-product of rose oil through distillation of pure fresh rose petals. To make even…

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Give the Gift of Magic this Year

Pick up your copy from Amazon for $2.99 or make it a gift of magic to a friend.

Pick up your copy from Amazon for $2.99 or make it a gift of magic for a friend.

Hi, everyone! I hope you’re having a delightful December. I’m pleased to announce that my short story, The Christmas Bottle, has been included in two anthologies for the holiday season from Boroughs Publishing Group. The Gift of Magic is a four-story compilation of romantic tales. Mine, of course, includes a genie. The genie’s name is Shai and he is Lola Baz Lopez’s only chance for  happy holidays and, more importantly, for love. But it will mean extricating herself from a dark and damaged marriage.

The story also appears in a 10-tale compilation at All Romance eBooks called A Boroughs Christmas. Check out that cover. Who doesn’t love a cute kitty? Actually, I think little Meow Mix there is too shy to see how well Lola and her genie are getting along. ;)

Best Wishes,

Kellyann Zuzulo


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Blog Tour: The Genie Smolders

The book tour continues! Yesterday, I was “in” Romania at Mythical Books and today I’m at Book Bliss and happy to be here! One more day left on the tour. Join in to win books!

Blog Tour: The Genie Smolders.

Best Wishes,
~Kellyann


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I’m a Genie, now wish.

Originally posted on sethsnap:

There’s this old rundown junk yard looking place just off the bike trail.  There are quite a few odds and ends lying around there, including some fancy old cars.  For some reason, when I see the place, it makes me think of the Djinn.  Perhaps I imagine there is an old bottle with a big strapping genie inside, waiting for a rub.  Then I think of the wishes I’d be granted.   How about you? Pretend I am your genie, what are your wishes?

 

Riding high.

Riding high.

Fixer up.

Wild west, in Ohio.

Public nuisance?

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