Have you ever wondered what happens when two Waterworld Mermaids chat on Facebook? No? Oh come on, like you have a life. Wait, that’s just me without one? *slink swims away*
Ha. Like you could get rid of me that easily. 🙂
I have our own Robin Covington cornered under the waterfall. Her debut novel, A Night of Southern Comfort, came out June 15. Yay! If you haven’t bought it yet, you really should. The book is awesome! Recently, Robin and I chatted about A Night of Southern Comfort via Facebook and it went like this:
Hey hot stuff you out there?
Hey! I’m here. beer in hand.
Oh what kind are you drinking?
Coors Light! We were out of Rolling Rock and Stella
That is a crap beer. I’m ashamed you even have it in your house. For your book release I’m buying you some real beer.
I know . . . I know. I usually have Stella. poor me
OK, let’s talk about your book. I love the opening scene in the bar. Did that come to you full grown or did you have to write into it?
I thought of the whole scene from beginning to end once I thought of the first line about her losing her Junior League membership if they knew what she was doing in that bar. I heard that and then I knew she’d go through with it.
Ha. Love it. I’m so excited to talk about your book that I jumped the gun. Give us the blurb and a bit of background about your characters.
Okay. A Night of Southern Comfort is about two people, Michaela and Jackson, who give themselves one night to get what they really want instead of settling for what they think they can have. When fate throws them together again they have the chance to have the life they really want – if they can get beyond Jackson’s deception.
Jackson is a former Marine and Undercover FBI agent that is back in his little Southern hometown – where he never wanted to be. Michaela is the daughter of a rising politician and she is sick of living in a fishbolw so she goes to Elliott, VA to have a normal life.
If you had to pick one moment from A Night of Southern Comfort that stands out as one of your favorites, what would you say it is?
Oh man! That’s like asking a mam to pick their favorite kid!
Suck it up.
I think it would have to be when Michaela wakes Jackson from his nightmare and they make love for the first knowing who their real identities.
Awwwwww, that was a really awesome scene. OK, were going to finish off with some Family Feud style quirky questions.
- Thong or Panties?
- One food you’d eat every day for a year if you could?
- Top three men on your island?
- Favorite guilty pleasure?
- Number one thing you need for a cross country road trip?
- Haribo gummi bers
- Joe Mangianello, Alex O’Loughlin and Christopher Gorham
- Guilty pleasure: Sunbathing nude
- My iPod!
Mmmmm gummi bears. Remind me to send you the gummi bears You Tube song. You’ll never get it out of your head. Thanks so much for doing this Robin. Give us the deets on your release dates and tell the fine folks where they can read an excerpt.
It was my pleasure! The book will be out on June 15th (excerpt is TBD at this point!)
Well then I’ll end with a big naner naner boo boo because I’ve gotten to read the whole thing and it’s AWESOME! Have a great night Robin – even with that God awful beer.
Thanks! At least it wasn’t a Zima!
Check out the rest of our conversation on my Avery Flynn blog and enjoy some tunes that helped inspire A Night of Southern Comfort.
9 thoughts on “Enjoy a Little Southern Comfort with Debut Author Robin Covington”
Great interview, ladies! Can’t wait to start reading my copy of A Night of Southern Comfort! 😉
Avery – it was nice to talk to you – even if you did rag on me about my beer . . .
Man, I’m supposed to be staying away from the Internet, but you ladies keep sucking me in with these amazing interviews.
Robin, your book is amazing, and I am so, so proud of you. Anyone who hasn’t read it needs to run out and buy it right now! Xoxo.
Pintip – thank you. Did you notice the acknowledgements page? I couldn;t have done it without you!
My first laugh of the day. You two are a riot. Congrats, Robin!
Hey, what’s wrong with Zima? They gave me a cool light-up pin at a bar about a gazillion years ago. I think I still have it somewhere….
Fun interview, you awesome mermaids!
Just out of curiosity, do you put sunscreen on your butt, Robin? And the other shell-covered areas? That would be painful to have burned…
Can’t wait to read your book.
Yes Kim – sunscreen everywhere – verrrry important when you are au natural
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