Mr. Jones & Me

Author Lindsay Marie Miller is releasing soon a New Adult Romantic Thriller this upcoming Monday, June 20th.

It’s also the sequel to Me & Mr. Jones

Mr. Jones & Me

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Three years have passed since
Finley O’Connell found love and heartbreak in the form of alluring, yet secretive psychology professor, Cabel Jones. Now a twenty-two-year-old graduate student, Finley hardly has time to fulfill her role as Cabel’s young new wife.

But when a voluptuous blonde bombshell from Cabel’s past arrives to fill a teaching position on campus, Finley feels immediately threatened. Jane Adams wants Cabel Jones back and will stop at nothing to rekindle romance with her former flame. Jealous and betrayed, Finley falls into a perilous trap that may cost Cabel his life.

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About the Author

LINDSAY MARIE MILLER was born and raised in Tallahassee, FL, where she graduated from high school as Valedictorian. Afterwards, Lindsay attended Florida State University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with an English Literature major, Psychology minor, and Specialized Studies in Markets and Institutions.

Lindsay is the author of the Mr. Jones & Me, S.I.N.G.L.E., Jungle EyesMe & Mr. Jones, and Emerald Green. An incurable romantic at heart, she enjoys writing about strong heroines and the honorable gentleman who claim their hearts, often utilizing elements of suspense, adventure, or even comedy. While the context of her writing is diverse, one factor always remains at the center of every novel: Love.  

In her free time, Lindsay enjoys singing, playing the piano and guitar, and writing songs. The author resides in her hometown of Tallahassee, FL, where she is currently working on her next novel.

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Coming Soon…

I’ve been working on my own publishing company the last few months. It should be fully functional by August so Claude’s Hotel can be published under it. Also, Native Foreigners will be re-published in January.

Final Revision

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UPDATE FOR CLAUDE’s HOTEL

Claude’s Hotel is in it’s final revision stage. 

As I brought up before, I consider myself a skeleton writer. This will be the version where my characters have complete interactions, full length descriptions, and thorough explanations.

Once this phase is complete I’ll move onto editing. Editing to me is for grammar, spelling, and correct word usage.

Also, once this is done, I can complete the back cover of the book by adding a description.

 

Another note, you can learn more about Claude’s Hotel through my twitter!

I’ve been posting under #claudeshotel for easy search.

Also, I’ve been leaving fun facts about Native Foreigners!

Finally, don’t forget to subscribe.

 

 

 

Variant Class List

This is more for personal reference than anything else.

Also, I dedicated way too much time into the matter.

Medusa

  • Primary (Externally Visible Constantly)
    • Dual(Snakes within skin)
  • Secondary (Externally Visible when desired)
    • Dual(Snakes within skin)

Shadow

  • Invisibility (Becomes invisible)
  • Reflective (Appear as anyone else)
  • Shade (Turns dark gray)

Griffin – Pet

  • Full (All features)
  • Partial (Some features)

Feline

  • Varies on appearance

Canine

  • Varies on appearance

Rage

  • Varies

Armor

  • Physical (Armor visible)
  • Internal (Naturally durable)

Restoration

  • Personal (Heals themselves)
  • External (Heals other)

Avian

  • Varies

Amphibious

  • Varies

Phoenix – Pet

  • Flight (With Wings)
  • Flightless (No wings)

Sleipnir

  • Arachnid (Eight limbs)
  • Insect (Six limbs)
  • Multiple (More than eight limbs)

Exoskeleton

  • Boneless inside

Sensory

  • Single (One enhanced sense)
  • Multiple (Multiple enhanced senses)

 

 

Cynthia – A Breakdown

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Cynthia

What is Cynthia?

In my book, Native Foreigners, Cynthia is the new home planet for humans.

Humans were thrown out of their home planet, Earth, over a hundred years ago. Due to humans cruelty to the earth, Earth’s condition became violent. Through extreme weather and dangerous natural occurrences, Earth was attempting to kill off the human population.

After futile attempts to survive in the apocalyptic environment, Humans decided to find a new planet to live on. After many years, they discovered the planet Cynthia. It wasn’t the best environment, but it was livable.

Cynthia Breakdown

Planet Facts:

  • Cynthia is tidally-locked. Half of the planet is in constant daylight, while the other is in constant darkness.
  • There’s only a single landmass on Cynthia. There is simply one large chunk of land that stretches around 75% of the planet. The rest is a violent and salty ocean.
  • There’s very little waterways. Most of the planets freshwater rivers are deep underground. There’s also no lakes or ponds that naturally occur.
  • The sun is a red dwarf and isn’t strong enough for sufficient amounts of vitamin D. Anyone without pale skin needs UV-B lightbulbs in their home.
  • The planet is like a giant desert. Only in certain cities this isn’t true.
  • It has it’s own unique set of wildlife.

Government Facts:

  • Cynthia only a single government for the light-side of the planet. The government went through many phases and is currently a democracy.
  • The dark side of the planet has no government, those who reside there lives in anarchy. The majority of criminals lives there.
  • The SDA means Security and Defense Agency. They are a planet-wide defense that even interfere with the dark side of the planet when necessary. While police are city bound.
  • Cities have a similar governmental power that the states have in the USA.
  • Native Foreigners only focuses on the cities that have English as a primary language, however Cynthia has over fifty languages. Which is a dramatic reduction to our current 6,703 languages. 
    • The ten primary languages are English, Spanish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Japanese, German, French, and Polish. (Not exactly in that order.)

 

Fun Facts on Ethnics:

  • Cade’s ethnic origin is Italian and Indian.
  • Maia’s and Nina ethnic origin is Cherokee. (Hence Nina calling Maia, E-li-si )
  • I always thought of Jane having an English or Greek ethnic origin.

I didn’t think about the ethnic origins for any other characters.

 

A Poem in Java

Not sure if anyone knows this, but I have an interest in programming in addition to the writing. I studied Java in high school and decided to use it in a poem.

It is a silly poem that I made out of boredom. I’ll share the before and after.
/**
* A Poem in Java
*
* @author Naylene Rondon
* @version V1
*/
public class Poem
{
public static void main(String[]args)
{
System.out.println(“A Poem in Java”);
System.out.println(“It’s really a waste of time”);
System.out.println(“Something to do because I can”);
String [] rhymes = new String [5];
rhymes[0] = “cat”;
rhymes[1] = “hat”;
rhymes[2] = “bat”;
rhymes[3] = “sat”;
rhymes[4] = “fat”;
System.out.println(“I can easily print a list of rhymes”);

for(int i = rhymes.length- 1; i >= 0; i–)
{
System.out.println(rhymes[i]);
}

System.out.println(“Then do it all again”);
for(String a : rhymes)
{
System.out.println(a);
}

System.out.println(“I can make words from other words”);
String original = “Cryptogram”;
String one = original.substring(0,3);
String two = original.substring(4,6);
System.out.println(two + ” ” + one + ” is to have tears”);

System.out.println(“From afar looks so odd and uneven”);
System.out.println(“Yet once compiled is all become clear”);
System.out.println(“None of this really makes much sense”);
System.out.println(“Yet, it was fun to make”);
System.out.println(“A Poem in Java”);
}
}

 

After Compiled:

A Poem in Java
It’s really a waste of time
Something to do because I can
I can easily print a list of rhymes
fat
sat
bat
hat
cat
Then do it all again
cat
hat
bat
sat
fat
I can make words from other words
to Cry is to have tears
From afar looks so odd and uneven
Yet once compiled is all become clear
None of this really makes much sense
Yet, it was fun to make
A Poem in Java

Character Interview

Meet the Characters

Zeb

A blue-haired taxi driver.

Jane

A worried Journalist.

Cade

The guy who still doesn’t know why he’s here.

 

Question #1

What do you think of Zeb?

Jane – Zeb is nice. He’s a bit of a goofball, but he has helped us out of some bad situations. Sometimes I wish he wasn’t so trusting and caring, but then again if he wasn’t he wouldn’t have helped me and Dill.

Cade – He’s an idiot. He’s not half as bad as Jane, and the guy can shoot. Despite that, I wouldn’t mind shooting him.

Question #2

What do you think of Jane?

Zeb – I think Jane is a really loving and caring person. She just shows it more with Dill than anybody else. Yeah, she could get a bit cranky, but she’s under a bunch of stress.

Cade – Did Zeb try sugarcoating it? No, Jane is awful. She’s loud, cranky, and controlling. Kind of like one of those witches from those kid’s tales.

Question #3

What do you think of Cade?

Zeb – Cade’s not as bad as Jane says he is. Sure he tried to kill us, but it was a misunderstanding. He did decide to help us and he’s nice to Dill.

Jane – I hate him. I want to shove him out of a moving car while he’s sleeping.

Question #4

What do you think of Dill?

Zeb – Dill is a happy and lovable little girl. I feel so bad that she has to go through all this.

Jane – Dill is like a daughter to me. I would give anything for her.

Cade – She’s a cute kid. Probably the only reason I hadn’t killed Jane.

Question #5

Where do you think everything went wrong?

Zeb – When we got to the doctor’s office.

Jane – The moment we left Nordaway.

Cade – The moment their bounty came on the radio.

 

Want to know more about Jane, Zeb, Cade, and Dill?

Read Native Foreigners

Native Foreigners

Written by Naylene Rondon