Inspecting paperbacks with the help of a very cute dog.

The paperbacks of my eight romantic comedy Coffee, Tea or Me have arrived. I always like to document the occasion, but this time I have the help of Artie, since we are dog-sitting.

Ask Rich Anything: How do you come up with your book titles?

Today’s question comes from Ruby in Sydney, Australia: How do you come up with your book titles?

Romantic comedies go great with coffee!

Giving away another autographed paperback copy of my latest romantic comedy on the streets of San Jose, with a surprise Starbucks gift card on page 99. YAY! 🙂

This dog is a con artist.

Day #3 of dog-sitting Artie. We have discovered he’s a con artist. He casually strolls into the room shaking his cute little butt, playing with his toys, flashing his million-dollar smile, getting up on his hind legs and spinning, looking as cute as can be. This is all a total set-up. Next thing you know we’re giving him treats. Lots of treats. Treats all day long. I think he’s doubled in size since yesterday. 🙂

Giving away my romantic comedy novel.

I had some fun and left a free paperback copy of my romantic comedy, An Eclair To Remember, inside a little library in my neighborhood. Watch the video to see what I stuck inside the book for one lucky person. Fun!

Cooking for my hot Spanish wife

Watch this riveting video and be happy. 🙂

My romantic comedy featured on NBC television in San Antonio, Texas!

What a thrill it was to have my romantic comedy AN ECLAIR TO REMEMBER featured on NBC television in San Antonio, Texas with romance author, Patricia W. Fischer. 🙂

The most exciting box opening ever! Or not…

Paperback proofs of my fourth romantic comedy, Mr. Crotchety, arrived in the mail and I wanted to document the special moment on video. Strap yourself in because this is a video that will make you laugh, cry, and most importantly…think. LOL. Okay, maybe not. 🙂