Blog Tour: Luck On The Line By Zoraida Cordova


Welcome!  Zoraida Cordova has stopped by to tell us abut a typical day in her life.  First, here’s a little bit about Luck On The Line!

luckLuck On The Line (On The Verge #1)
Author: Zoraida Cordova
Category: New Adult
Publisher: Diversion
To turn her life around, she’ll have to stand the heat. To fulfill his dreams, he’ll have to get Lucky.  Despite her name, Lucky Pierce has always felt a little cursed. Refusing to settle for less or settle down, she changes jobs as often as she changes boyfriends. When her celebrity chef mother challenges her to finish something, Lucky agrees to help her launch Boston’s next hot restaurant, The Star. Even if it means working with the infuriating, egotistical, and undeniably sexy head chef.  James loves being known as Boston’s hottest bad boy in the kitchen, but if he wants to build a reputation as a serious chef, he has to make this restaurant work and keep his scandalous past out of the headlines. Getting involved with his boss’s spoiled, sharp-tongued daughter is definitely not on the menu.  As the launch of The Star looms and the tension and chemistry heat up in the kitchen, they’re going to need more than a little luck to keep everything from boiling over.




















Every day is a new day!

So I work full time at the most famous stripclub in NYC. Before you let your mind wander, I have yet learned to do a flagpole on…well, a pole. I’m a manager. I’m also a writer. I also never sleep which is how I can bring you these books for some eyeball pleasure.

A random day, let’s say Friday.

Sleep till 12 PM. I am so so lazy. I love to sleep. If I could gain muscle and write with my brain power only from the comfort of my bed or couch with a beer hat full of iced coffee…. that’s the dream.

I go to the gym for about an hour. I get a green juice. I know I’m disgusting, I can’t stand myself.

I order food because even though I write about chefs, I’m so far away from actually being one.

This brings me to about 3 PM. I’m showered and ready to write. Writing for me is a lot of back and forth. I write a couple of hundred words and then I get antsy. I pace. I text. I reference some books. I go on the internet. I write some more until It’s 6PM and at this point I’m making my food to take to work.

When I tell people that I have two jobs, they look at me with stricken expressions. Writing is work. It’s hard work. I don’t go to a location and clock in for straight 8.5 hours five times a week, but it is totally work. Writing is more than just a passion or a need, and for now I do have to have both.

Now that I’ve worked my shift at the World Famous Stripclub, tweeting for hours about lame customers and crazy strippers, it’s 4AM.

I’m in cab zooming down Central Park South. There’s the Apple store glowing against the dark NYC night, there’s the shops on Madison avenue I’ll never be able to afford. There’s the Carolina Herrera store that always has a dress that makes me fantasize about being a baller evil princess. Then I’m home.

Sometimes I drink a finger of whiskey while watching the Simpsons. Sometimes I go straight to bed.

Repeat 5 times a week. What do I do on my days off? You’d best go look at my Instagram for those shenanigans.



About The Author

Zoraida Córdova was born in Ecuador and raised in Queens, NY. She studied English Lit at Hunter College, and The University of Montana before finding a home for herself in the (kinda) glittering world of New York City’s nightlife. She prefers her whiskey neat, her bacon crispy, and her men with a side of chivalry. She is the author of The Vicious Deep Trilogy.

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