Please welcome Zander Rush, hot-shot producer for EROS radio station. He’s here to chat about a recent promotion that is currently the talk of the town.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Zander Rush] Complicated, professional, focussed.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share a typical day in the life of Zander Rush?
[Zander Rush] Typically, I’d be up early for a run. One hour minimum. Then home for shower and coffee and into the Jag. Stop for drive-through coffee on the way to work. Much better than my own (I have the top-of-the-range machine but I’ve never read the manual). Then it’s pretty much meetings and paper shuffling from 8am until 6pm. No coffee there at all, the machine’s rubbish. Either lunch with clients or one of the local restaurants will deliver to my desk. End of day my assistant nudges me out the door and I grab something on the way home. Then another couple of hours of work, a bit of time on my training schedule and bed.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] What three words come to mind when you think of Georgia?
[Zander Rush] Shambolic, fearless, real
[Manga Maniac Cafe] What is the first thing that you noticed about her?
[Zander Rush] Her voice, husky and anxious piping out through the whole studio. But I hadn’t seen her then. Once I met her I became fixated by her manners, even though she was falling apart. She was so unflinchingly polite. Classic Brit.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Have you ever had a promotion backfire like Georgia’s Valentine’s proposal?
[Zander Rush] One man’s backfire is another man’s boon. The network were ecstatic at the exposure it got and I was able to pull it back on track pretty quickly. But no, that’s probably the biggest ‘oh crap’ moment of my life…
[Manga Maniac Cafe] What was the primary reason you offered to foot the bill for the Year of Georgia?
[Zander Rush] It was her money the moment she signed the proposal contract, I just found a way of her earning it that wasn’t truly horrible for her. That two minutes in the lift with her, the look on her face… I knew the money would be the last thing she’d be thinking of but it was also my biggest tool to set things to rights.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] If you could change one thing you’ve done in your life, what would it be?
[Zander Rush] Answering an ad for EROS looking for a production coordinator. That was the moment my life went off track. And then it just kept veering…
[Manga Maniac Cafe] What’s one thing you won’t leave home without?
[Zander Rush] My door key? Heh.
Okay, serious then… uh… my smartphone. There isn’t a brain on this planet big enough to keep all my obligations in it.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] What do you like to do when you aren’t working?
[Zander Rush] I train. I love to run. The longer and the more peaceful the better. Just me, my heartbeat and the thump of my feet on the track.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share your dreams for the future in five words or less.
[Zander Rush] Meaning. Freedom. Family. Garden. Georgia. They’re all kind of sub-sets of Georgia, really…
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Thank you!
[Zander Rush] You’re welcome. Invoice is in the mail. Now I have a radio station to run….
To learn more about Georgia, Zander, and the Valentine’s Day proposal gone wrong, read How To Get Over Your Ex by Nikki Logan. You can order a copy from your favorite bookseller or by clicking the links below.
About the book:
Being rejected is one thing. Being rejected live on radio takes it to a whole new level!
After her on-air proposal is turned down by her commitment-phobe boyfriend, Georgia Stone must learn to survive singledom. Unfortunately, thanks to a clause in her contract, she has to do it under the watchful gaze of brooding radio producer Zander Rush.
And so begins the Year of Georgia! Lurching from salsa classes to spy school, Georgia discovers a taste for adventure. Her biggest thrill so far? Flirting with danger—aka the enigmatic Zander. But admitting she’s ready for more than just a fling…? Definitely Georgia’s scariest challenge yet!
Don’t miss the second book in this duet: The Guy To Be Seen With by Fiona Harper