Tuesday, January 08, 2008

How to Hook a Hottie of Your Own...

First of all CONGRATULATIONS, Tina! As you Buzz Blog readers know, it's release day for How to Hook a Hottie.
It's Tina's day to shine, so I'll just pass on a few tips for hooking a hottie of your very own, with the adorable James McAvoy looking on.
1) Be yourself. This one should be a no-brainer, but a lot of girls/women don't follow or believe this axiom. Really, though -- a guy worth being with likes you for being you. Don't lose yourself just to get (or keep) a guy.
2) Put yourself out there. Lots of cute guys are way more bashful than you. Why not start up a conversation and see what happens?
3) Listen to your heart & your gut. Your best indicator of whether or not you even want to hook this hottie is how you feel when you're around him. How you feel about yourself -- and how you feel about him, that is.
So those are the top three tips from my list -- I'm sure the other Buzz Girls have even better ones to share this week.
Congrats again to Tina!!!
Love & Light,
Heather Davis is the author of
Never Cry Werewolf
Coming in April 2009 from HarperCollins


TinaFerraro said...

Great advice, Heather! And thanks for your enthusiasm about the book!

I'd like to add on #3, to listen to your heart and gut. I think relationship mistakes sometimes happen when people mistake opportunity for fate.
Like say some new guy that you're not all that attracted is talking to you a lot. Or you notice some guy in your carpool isn't "too bad". And you're tired of being single. All well and good to keep an open mind, but make sure you're chosing a love interest with your heart--not just your head. That's your best chance of success.

Anonymous said...

Love the advise, Heather! Sorry for bursting in. I've been trying to track you down to say hi. I'm off work for the next 10 months trying to get some writing done. Drop me a note when you get a chance. As for the whole Books, Boys, & Buzz..... I love it! Very funny and friendly!Tina, congratulations on Hottie. Can't wait to read it! -Danna

Heather Davis said...

Very true, Tina!

And hi, Danna! I'll call you!