Thursday, January 29, 2015

Rydin' The Storm Out by P.J. Fiala

I hope all of you are having a great week so far. It's been a bit insane around school for me. The Great Kindness Project, Science Fair, and the Imagination Machine assembly have all converged on our school at the same time, more or less. It all equates to hyped-up kids and stressed-out teachers. Despite it all, we're still having a pretty great time in my classroom reading Spy School and writing our SciFi stories.

But one of my favorite (and stress-free) tasks I get to do this week, is introduce you to another fabulously talented author I just happen to know . . . P.J. Fiala. Her contemporary romance novel, Rydin' the Storm Out, is the second book in the Rolling Thunder Series and has only been on the market for less than a month.

Storms roll into our lives when we least expect them. It’s our passion and desire that help us hang on and keep Rydin’ the Storm Out.


Working at Rolling Thunder Motorcycles has been enough for Ryder, until now. He's always been the shy, quiet one. He watched his father find love and didn't think it was possible for him. Until he met Molly. Something stirred inside of him, but would he take the leap out of his shell to ask her out?

Molly has always been head strong and devoted to her work. Building up her photography business has always been top priority. Vowing to not make the same mistakes as her mother, she put love on the back burner. That is until she is hired to shoot a wedding and the groom’s son catches her off guard.

Is Molly ready to take that leap and realize not all men are the same? Will Ryder and Molly be able to move past their own insecurities and calm the storm that rages inside them? Or will they be Rydin’ the Storm Out alone?

This book promises to be one fun read and is already receiving great reviews. If you are interested in purchasing this title, the buy links are below. And while you're at it, why don't you go ahead and pick up all three of P.J.'s books to enjoy?

Barnes & Noble: 
Google Play-Rydin the Storm Out:

So after you've purchased and devoured this title, you can write a review! Here's the link to the Goodreads page for this book. 



I was born in Bridgeton, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. During my time in Missouri, I explored the Ozarks, swam in the Mississippi River, played kickball and endless games of hide-and-seek with the neighborhood kids. Spending summers in Kentucky with my grandmother, Ruth, are among my fondest childhood memories.

When I was thirteen, my family moved to Wisconsin to learn to farm. Yes, learn to farm! Taking city kids and throwing them on a farm, with twenty-eight cows purchased from the Humane Society because they had been abused, was interesting, to say the least. I learned to milk cows, the ins and outs of a breeding schedule, feeding schedule, the never-ending haying in the summer, and trying to stay warm in the winter. During our first winter in Wisconsin, we had thirty-six inches of snow from one storm, and we were snowed in for three days! Needless to say, I wasn’t loving Wisconsin.

I’m married with four children and three grandchildren. I have learned to love Wisconsin, though I still hate snow. Wisconsin and the United States are beautiful and my husband and I travel around by motorcycle seeing new places and meeting new people. It never ceases to amaze me how many people are interested in where we are going and what we have seen along the way. At almost every stop we make, the locals will ask us where we’re headed and offer advice on which roads in the area are best for travel and seeing the sites. They are also more than willing to share what others before us have told them about great rides and the best scenic routes to take.

I come from a family of veterans. My grandfather, father, brother, two of my sons, and one daughter-in-law are all veterans. Needless to say, I am proud to be an American and proud of the service my amazing family has given.

Good grief! Living in SoCal, I can't even begin to fathom coping with that much snow. Anything more than the slight dusting of of the white stuff is enough to call a snow day where I live! 


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Thank you so much for letting me share your book with my readers, P.J. It's been fun having you here. I hope you come back again when your next book comes out! 

What's coming up next week, you ask? 

Next Tuesday, the authors of the Romance Weekly Blog Hop will share their secrets to building the perfect setting for their love stories. And next Thursday, author Claire Gem will be here to reveal the cover of her upcoming book, Phantom Traces. 

I hope to see you all there! 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting me on your fabulous blog today. I appreciate it.