Today I am so pleased to welcome M. Spencer and Randi Goldleif to the blog. They have come to talk to us about their participation in the Love Gone Viral anthology. Please join me in giving them a big welcome!

 

Love plus good karma!

That’s what you get when you purchase Love Gone Viral, a delicious new anthology of COVID-19 romances. All the proceeds from Love Gone Viral will be donated to Feeding America and World Central Kitchen.

While enjoying great stories, you’re helping those in need, too!

Within the pages of this unique and relevant anthology are five closed-door romance stories set amidst the COVID-19 crisis. Authors include Meg Napier, Meredith Bond, Randi Goldleif, M. Spencer, and Pru Warren.

Two of the five stories feature F/F pairings.

In M. Spencer’s Lease on Love, campaign veteran Meg guides Alice, a young brewery manager, through the basics of community organizing. They were looking for rent relief and found love along the way.

In Randi Goldleif’s Bending Love, Rosalind struggles with the loss of her wife and she will risk everything to see her again, even if that means altering the past.

We’re extremely grateful to Joyfully Jay for letting us tell you about our book and about this opportunity to feed people hard-hit by the Coronavirus epidemic. Thank you!

You can purchase your copy of Love Gone Viral on your favourite device:


Bio

M. Spencer is a little too excited that SCOTUS oral arguments are now available for livestream, especially since she’s not a lawyer. Her hobbies include wearing red lipstick, studying French and Russian decorative art, and replaying the Assassin’s Creed games. She is eternally grateful that she can count on the hero of her own romance to read her first drafts and point out any plotholes. She writes erotica under a pseudonym and dwells in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. Readers can find her via:


Randi Goldleif lives in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee with her partner. Always drawn to reading and writing, she dictated her first story to her mother in the first grade.  

She constantly found herself in trouble during elementary and middle school because she was either reading books in math class or reenacting grand adventures of damsels in distress on the playground.

When not creating stories, she can be found hiking, running, or hanging with friends.

You can also find Randi here: 

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