Book sale alert: Making It Real by Synithia Williams

My South Carolina sister writer, Synithia Williams, has a treat for readers in the form of Making It Real, which is on sale through March 14th. If you haven't had a chance to check out this romance, let me let Synithia tell you why you should! 

Tell the readers about your book Making it Real?

The easiest way to do that is with the blurb. 
After five years in prison, Kareem Henderson is starting his life over. Though business is good at his barbershop, his goal is to open a high-end gentlemen's salon. But the road back is rough, and he needs connections in the society he once snubbed to make his dream a reality. He just never expected his second chance to come from the sexy female barber he hired last year.
Patrice "Neecie" Baldwin escaped the pressure of being the perfect daughter in one of North Carolina's most prestigious families to live life on her own. When family responsibilities call her home, she fears going back will expose her to the pressures that nearly ruined her. Neecie needs a shield, and tall, handsome, bad boy Kareem seems impenetrable. So she offers him a deal: If he'll pretend to be her fiance, she'll introduce him to all of her well-connected relatives.
But the more time they spend together, the more the irresistible attraction between them builds. They're from such different worlds, but can this fake relationship make the cut and become something very real?

And how long will the special offer on this book last?

The e-book is on sale for .99 between March 7-14 at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes and Google Play. 

What was your favorite part about writing this book?

My favorite part of writing this book was the flirting back and forth between Kareem and Neecie. They’re both trying to pretend as if they aren’t falling hard for each other. While pretending that they’re in love with each other they actually fall in love. 

Do your characters ever wake you up in the middle of the night?

They don’t wake me up, but they will keep me from falling asleep at night. I usually spend at least twenty to thirty minutes after I lay down thinking about my characters, going over dialogue and wondering why they do the things they do.

How can readers reach out to you? 

Readers can find me online on my website ( where I give updates on my writing and ramble about life and relationships. They can also find me chatting on Twitter (@SynithiaW) or via Facebook (


Synithia said…
Thanks for sharing, Cheris! Carolina girl are the best in the world!

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