A Week of Life Lessons via BEFORE AND EVER SINCE…

Thus starts the pre-launch week of craziness!  🙂 

And eight very important life lessons via Emily Lockwood of BEFORE AND EVER SINCE…  Below are all eight lessons you’ll learn over the next week and a half, one per day, and each one will come with its own very pertinent exclusive excerpt from the book. 

Sit back and enjoy!   And later today, you’ll get the daily “Hot Tool Guy of the Day”, courtesy of Ben from BEFORE AND EVER SINCE.  Those will be worth the wait.

…just because.  🙂


#1           Never assume it’s safe to drop by Mom’s house looking like Swamp Girl.

#2           The most likely time to be found is when you’re trying to hide.

#3           Never say you’re never going to do something, like going out for girls night in a powder blue Winnebago.  It guarantees you will.

#4           Assuming your ex has gotten smarter in your absence is a fail.

#5           Don’t bring up the past unless you’re ready to be backed into a corner.

#6           Paint can be hot.  

#7           There’s no such thing as an innocent kiss when it’s with a not-so-innocent man.

#8           Mothers know everything, no matter how old you get.


Come back tomorrow to start lesson #1….  It’s worth your time!


About Sharla Lovelace

Writer of romantic women's fiction. Wife, mom, and wonderwoman...without the boobs. National Bestselling Author of THE REASON IS YOU, BEFORE AND EVER SINCE, and the e-novella JUST ONE DAY. Lover of anything red.

Posted on October 29, 2012, in Sharla Lovelace and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Whoot, Sharla. Here we go again and great to be part of your exciting journey. Can’t wait to read more 🙂

  2. Number eight is my favorite. But that applies to me as a mother, not my mother. Right?

  3. I think #1 is most relatable for me. Not that I’m dropping by Mom’s, but inevitably if I go out looking like an escapee from chain-gang labor, I will bump into someone who is delighted to see me and wants to introduce me to all her friends.

    • this keeps making me giggle, Pam. I have that same law of likelihood. I felt a wicked sense of joy a couple of weeks ago when I actually was fixed up and ran across an old acquaintance looking rough at the grocery store…one that would rather have her nails removed with pliers than be seen ala naturale… It’s usually me, and it was such a rush that it wasn’t! I really shouldn’t have gotten giddy over that. But I kinda did. Inside. Don’t tell anyone. 🙂

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