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September 30, 2010

Meet DH Starr By Jadette Paige

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I absolutely love D.H. Starr’s wickedly naughty mind! One of the newest members of our group, he fit right in from the start. I really like him because he gushed about my current WIP. Who wouldn’t love a guy like that? Gush away, D.H.! Let it pour all over me! Clears throat…uh, yes, as I was saying, he was born and bred in Boston. He’s the type who loves the fast pace of city life. Here I have to stop and say good for him cause I’m a country girl and I have a hard time understanding how anyone enjoys living in such a huge place as Boston and even in NYC. He’s also an Aries–um, maybe that’s why we get along.

I love the fact that he has a 300 DVD collection. Yes, I admit it. I’m jealous. I still have about 200 to go before I can match that number.

Reading has been an important part of D.H.’s life since his childhood days. Even through his high school years when he wrestled for the school’s team, he still found time to dive into a good book. As the years went by, he began working in public education where he interacts with the younger generation.

He brings to his books a complexity of relationships while weaving an intricate plot of how the characters find answers to their problems without losing any respect or love for one another.

If you have the time, be on the lookout for his releases, Premonition and Made For Each Other. He’s a new and upcoming author to keep an eye on.

To learn more about D. H. Starr and his books, please visit his website.

Here are blurbs for DH Starr’s coming release:

Made For Each Other

Coming soon from AI Press

Sometimes your first love is the one that was meant to be.

Craig Harper and Jeremy Finn were best friends growing up. They attended the same school, spent all of their time together, and hung out with the same group of people. It wasn’t until the day before Jeremy and his family moved across the country that they discovered their attraction to one another.

Fifteen years later, they reunite by chance in New York City. Both are in relationships and have established a routine in their lives. But routines and relationships are shaken as they begin to spend time together once again. Old feelings and connections are still strong.

As each deals with the issues in their own relationships, they begin to question whether the comfort of what they know is more powerful than the pull of what they could have been…and what they might become. Struggling to find the answer, only their hearts can reveal if they are meant for each other.

8 Comments »

  1. Waving! Hi, D.H.! Wonderful blurb. Thanks for sharing. Wow, 300 dvds? What do you love to watch the most? Suspense, horror, romanctic comedy?

    Comment by Judith Leger — September 30, 2010 @ 04:47 | Reply

  2. 300? Screws eye back in head. That’s a LOT of DVDs. Jadette is absolutely correct in saying Doug fit right in with our Merry little band and we are most pleased to have him. He is a fantastic writer and does seem to know just when your ego needs a boost. A winning combination if ever there was one.

    Hugs sweetheart, I hope your books sell a million copies.

    Comment by Debbie Vaughan — September 30, 2010 @ 05:31 | Reply

  3. Along with my 300 individual DVD’s I also have a sizable collection of TV on DVD. All the seasons of CSI and CSI Miami, Nip Tuck, Grey’s Anatomy, Brothers and Sisters, Private Practice, 24, Simpson, South Park, Friend, Family Guy, Charmed, Everybody Loves Raymond, Queer as Folk, and I’m working on my collection of House and West Wing.

    I love moves from all genres, but, as with my writing, I tend to be drawn to the more relationship, tug-at-your-heartstring movies that make me teary-eyes and all happy at the end (and occassionally not happy at the end). Movies like Meet Joe Black, October Sky, Under the Tuscan Sun…anything that focuses on an individuals journey and is super emotioanlly charged. Movies like Terms of Endearment which are designed to make you cry aren’t my favorite though, even though I learn from hos the writers bring in the emotions. I mean who will every forget the sceen in Steal Magnolias right after the funeral when Sally Field starts screaming Why!!!

    Comment by DH Starr — September 30, 2010 @ 08:08 | Reply

  4. Love the cover and the excerpt. Thank you for sharing it with us. I can’t wait to get my hands on it. I look for books that I can get emotionally invested in the characters. I’ll be standing in line for this one!

    Comment by Jo — September 30, 2010 @ 08:42 | Reply

  5. Meant for Each Other is now on my TBR list. Something tells me I’m going to need more memory for my e-reader very soon.

    Comment by Ash Penn — September 30, 2010 @ 13:22 | Reply

  6. Holy smokes how do you have time to write with that many movies calling your name? Congrats on the upcoming release.

    Comment by Lauren Fraser — September 30, 2010 @ 13:35 | Reply

  7. Hi DH 🙂 *waving*

    Great interview! I have earmarked both of your upcoming novels for purchase!!

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE CSI MIAMI 🙂 Wish I could get the collection, but $$$ is tight, so I just stick to the re-runs on A&E 😉

    Congratulations on all your successes!! I’ll be following along with eager anticipation 🙂

    Take care,

    Tame

    Comment by Tame Adams — September 30, 2010 @ 21:59 | Reply

    • Thanks so much everyone. You guys are sweet. And Tame, there is a website where you can order wntire series for cheap money. I will send the link to you. I bought the entire series of the West Wing as a present for someone last year for only $50 and that sells for $300ish in stores.

      Doug

      Comment by DH Starr — September 30, 2010 @ 22:37 | Reply


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