One of the best things about Google alerts…

Is that they let you know when you’re the main character in a new erotic novel.

The blurb for Michelle Pillow’s new book, Opposites Attract:

Alexis Grant has everything she’s ever wanted—fashionable clothes, social standing, a New York penthouse apartment, and a mother who pays for it all. That’s until her mother is arrested for embezzlement and the government seizes everything. Now, jobless, homeless and moneyless she has only one choice—to work her way cross country with a complete stranger. Tattoo Artist Ethan James is everything she’s never wanted in a man, but he might just turn out to be everything she needs.

Rating: Contains graphic sexual content, adult language, and violence.

Google alerts, which work through an RSS feed (like Google Reader) or e-mail, can also let you know when someone writes anywhere on the Web about your blog, your book or any other less-than-erotic activities you want to track. If you’ve got a Web presence, you should sign up.

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7 Responses

  1. Hilarious! Bet you never knew you lived such a steamy life 🙂

    Greta

  2. HILARIOUS!

    and, if it’s true that all press is good press … if this means more people have your name on the brain … hey whatever helps book sales!

  3. oh my god, how funny! google alerts are great by the way… 🙂

  4. I am kind of sad my name is so obscure and not nearly interesting enough to be the character in a book. Really cool that you are though. Now people are going to look at you in a different light you know.

  5. who knew you would find what you needed… 🙂

    i also love getting google alerts but i’ve never had anything that interesting!

  6. so funny Lex!

  7. Great Tip! Now I can stalk myself. Love it.

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