I am awarding the greeting cards to …



Claire will receive these fabulous cards in the mail. There are ten in all, and they each come with an envelope. I purchased these cards to raise money for our Firefighters in Queensland. They do an awesome job.

Claire gave me some fabulous feedback on the novella. The cards are all packaged up and ready to go. Which of her lucky friends and/or relatives will she send them to?


This is a dummy cover.

The novella has gone to the copyeditor

Now, I’m starting to think about the title and tag lines for the cover.

The Blurb:

A secret identity is fine until love comes into the bargain.

Amanda’s a Fire Witch, posing as the Chief Fire Marshal at the Oakland Fire Department.

It’s getting hard to hide the Fire Jinns clamoring in her soul. And it is impossible not to listen to her lusty Jinns when it comes to her five hot-as-hell fire marshals.

She needs to take a cold shower. Five cold showers. And not think about those fire marshals in her team. She needs to resist the temptation. But deep down, she knows she’s not gonna.

Which tag line and title do you like?

Tag line for the novella:

Tag line A: It’s a bitch being addicted to five fire marshals.

Tag line B: She needs to quell her lust, but five fire marshals should do it.

Tag line C: Why stop at one fire marshal when she can have five?

Title for the novella

Title A: The Invisibles

Title B: Firebreathers

Title C: Claiming her fire marshals

If you want to participate, tell me which tag line and title you like in the comments below. Have fun everyone. And if you have a suggestion not listed above, feel free to include it in your comment.

I will be using the most popular response for tag line and title, and I’ll ask my cover artist to include it when she works her magic.

Note: I am a bit late with novel. I haven’t yet sent it out to beta readers, only because I don’t want you to be disappointed.

The editor has been through it, but I can’t help the perfectionism. Actually, perfectionism is a disease, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

So I will send it out to the beta readers who have requested soon. Promise.



  • Claire Louisa Holderness says:

    Tagline C and title C

    If you want to use tagline B, I’d get rid of the word but

  • Maria Poxon says:

    I agree with Claire tag C and title C is the best

  • Heather says:

    tagline B minus the word but.
    And title c

  • Shari says:

    C & C
    for tagline agree the word “but” should be removed

  • Angela says:

    C & C and I agree that in tag B but should be removed

  • Denise says:

    C and C are the best

  • Debbie says:

    Definitely C & C

    • Georgia Carter Mathers says:

      Thanks Debbie. I’ve just set the release date, and it looks like C & C will be on the cover. Unfortunately, my cover designer is getting busy, so we’ll have to wait until May 11 for the release. I’ll have the cover a bit before that, so I will give you guys a look, and if you want, you can read the ARC before then. 🙂

  • Liz Burke says:

    C and C

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