BOOK BLAST: LOVE OVER K-POP by Marilyn Vix Plus Giveaway!

About The Book

Publication Date: May 8th, 2021

Trish Russo has just started a job at an agency in LA that is paired with a Korean agency to help with managing the band, Friends5, in the States. But the finicky Woo In-ho won’t come out of his trailer to film the current music video. Trish is asked, as the new assistant, to talk to him. She tries to talk to him like a regular person. He responds to the normal treatment, but on one condition. She needs to help out and be in the video. What is a girl to do when a gorgeous K-pop Idol asks you to be in his video? Then, she reads the scene she is to appear in. There’s a scripted kiss. Will it all just be acting? Or will she let her feelings get entangled with In-ho threatening her new career?

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About The Author

Marilyn is a paranormal romance novelist. She enjoys the characters that just don’t fit in. From witches to time traveling researchers, she is letting her imagination soar to explore new worlds and write all the details down. Marilyn has traveled to Paris, London, Sydney, and Munich. She loves to include these in her settings as much as can allow. Best of all is letting her reader enjoy them through the perspective of a character. Here love for K-pop has produced her current rock star/K-pop romance project, Love Over Kpop, available on Kindle Vella. She currently lives in Northern California with her husband and cat. The cat, of course, is the center of attention.


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3: Welcome to My World of Dreams
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6: Viviana MacKade
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Tierney Linton
Tierney Linton
A graduate of the University of Utah, with a degree in Education. She has always had a great love for both children and books. Tierney is our children's book reviewer as well as a reviewer of other book genres including mystery, paranormal, and history.


  1. Thank you for being a part of my blog tour. The post looks awesome! I’ll be stopping in over the next week or so to check for comments and answer any questions. I’d be happy to talk about the new Vella program and/or talk K-pop too. Some of my k-pop bands on my playlist include Shinee, Super Junior, SS501, Boyfriend, Blackpink, SuperM, Twice, and Nine Muses. Current bias: TAEMIN!

    • I’ve been cooking a lot Asian fusion recipes lately. I discovered Soba noodles and have been using them in a lot of my cooking. But I grew up with Italian food as my comfort food with a Sicilian grandfather. My go to take out food right now is sushi or Thai Food.

  2. I like to watch videos and it helps my mind come up with ideas. I have playlists when I’m writing certain manuscripts, and they help me get into the zone to write a manuscript. I have about 5 playlists of Kpop songs to help me write this particular project. I also have watched a lot of Kdramas, and even I’m inspired by past stories and movies, like “Pretty In Pink”. It all mulls together and comes out into my stories.

    • I love a good laugh so romcoms are so fun and lately we have been enjoying a good musical or even action movie. I love to rent the latest movies on DVD at my local library!

  3. I’ve always loved summer the most, likely due to the fact I’m solar powered and liked being out of school in the summer. Then, I became a teacher, and have grown to appreciate the aspects of all the seasons. The beauty of fall. The quiet and calm of winter. The new growth and possibilities of spring. It’s all a circle of life. So, I found there is something positive about all parts of the year.

  4. Paris and Las Vegas. I write a lot about both places. So, got to go and do research. Sadly, haven’t been to Paris in a while, but luckily traveled to Las Vegas 4 times in 2019. The shut downs and isolation has killed all my travel plans. Can’t wait to be able to go travel internationally again too.

    • Our family is looking forward to traveling soon hopefully to the Pacific Northwest to visit my newest nephew for the first time ever!

  5. That’s tough. I think I’d have to say mountains, because I had that choice of route through New Zealand and chose the mountains because of the spas along the route. I’ve lived in California all my life, with mountains between the beach and myself. So, I’m used to a drive through the mountains to get to the beach. I love a good hike too, and going up in the trees, especially the oak and redwoods, is very calming and relaxing.

    • I had gotten into watching K-Dramas around 2015, and that led me into K-pop. It was basically like discovering a whole new world of music that appealed to my 80s Pop upbringing back in the day. I’ve kind of felt like it was a rabbit hole I went down to explore and I haven’t come back out yet. I also found Kpop romances and thought I’d like to try that. A story kept forming in my head that I needed to get on paper, and so I made it my NaNoWriMo project in 2016. I’ve been working on it since, but had trouble finding the right place to publish since I normally write about the paranormal. So, putting it up on Vella as a serial seemed to fit. I’m hoping to reach out to new readers and bring out new material for my fans to enjoy. I once had a fan come up to me at RT Booklovers Con 2018, and she said she’d read whatever I wrote. That comment has kept me going all through this project, because sometimes it’s hard to break away from your normal genre. You’re not sure how people will accept it. But sometimes, you have to try something different and explore as a writer. Keeps things fresh. 😉


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