I'm Admittedly Obsessed, co-author of Passion Fish with Qjmom, a story that is NOW A PUBLISHED NOVEL!! It will be available starting on Feb. 16, 2010, through Omnific Publishing (www.omnificpublishing.com) as an e-book or in print.
Over the past year, Passion Fish has been completely rewritten and now includes two BRAND NEW CHAPTERS. If you loved it before, you'll love it even more with the added mystery and plot changes. If you'd never read it, here's a short summary:
Passion Fish by Alison Oburia and Jessica McQuinn
Will Prentiss, returning to Boston from a business trip, can't get over the kiss he shared with the beautiful blindfolded woman. As he arrives at Logan Airport to pick up the museum representative who is vying for a grant he's funding, he finds himself staring at the same woman...and she has no idea who he is.
When originally written as a Twilight fanfiction, Passion Fish won the Denali Coven web site's "Forbidden Fruit" / Best Romance award, which was voted on by readers who enjoyed our story and voted for us. We also won a few awards on at least one other site (THANK YOU, EVERYONE!!). How wonderful that what started out as simply something fun to do became a story that so many others enjoyed and reviewed so kindly and favorably. As we both deleted the story on Jan. 1, 2009, we ended up with 3,998 reviews between FanFiction and Twilighted.net. Wow.
By day, I'm a consultant to two companies. I also work as a site administrator over on Twilighted.net. If you've not visited us there, please do -- we feature only QUALITY Twilight fanfiction, each story reviewed and accepted only if well written and as error-free as possible. My other life revolves around my husband of 17 years, two terrific teen-age boys, and two very big and very loud dogs. I work at the university level in teacher training, a job that allows me to be Mom first and foremost. On the side, I'm working (when I can find the time!) on two other non-fanfic stories, one of which, should I ever finish it, may become a trilogy. Hey, a girl can dream, right?