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Guest Blogger: Keri Ford
Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

What’s going on through your walls?

By Keri Ford

Nothing overly exciting leaks through the sheetrock for me. When I was younger my room was against the living room. I got to listen to episodes of Cheers and Seinfeld when I was supposed to be sleeping. When we moved my only wall share was with the bathroom…. Yeah, a few breaks from Sister through the night (something I could have done without!) was it.

And that’s it. I married and we moved into a rental house. The bedroom was in the back and butted against the laundry room. I got to hear the dryer. *whoo-hoo*. I’ve again moved into a single-wide and let me tell you, the walls are so thin on these puppies I can hear my son playing with cars in his room. On the opposite end of the trailer. Nothing more exciting than that.

I know other people get some pretty cool eavesdropping through their walls. Shortly before my book was to release, I set up an alert for “Through The Wall”. Sixty-plus hits were rolling in everyday. None of those about my book, mind you, but about people just hearing crap through their walls. Sex, TV, some kid’s music practice (eek!), singing (most likely another, eek!), fighting—you name it and somebody somewhere is hearing about it right now.

My heroine, Stephanie, gets some pretty freaking cool eavesdropping. Instead of sleeping, she stays up late and listens to her neighbor’s headboard banging against her bedroom wall. And where there’s headboard knocking, you know there is other awesome stuff to be heard!

What’s the most memorable thing you’ve heard through a wall?


She doesn’t want wild and raunchy, just a little spice…

Stephanie Faulkner listens to her neighbor’s nightly sexcapades through her bedroom wall. What used to make her blush now has her reaching for her vibrator. But she’s had enough self-fulfillment and now wants the real thing.

He wants commitment and long-term, not a quick roll…

The only woman Parker Madison ever wanted for long-term was Stephanie…but she’s off-limits. He’s tried to find a substitute but there just isn’t another woman like her. Now that she’s available, if he gives her time to get over her ex-husband…will he finally get his long-desired chance?

Short-term doesn’t lead to long term. Or does it…?

Read Chapter One HERE!!


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Thanks so much Delilah for having me today!

7 comments to “Guest Blogger: Keri Ford”

  1. Cynthia D'Alba
    · December 28th, 2010 at 9:46 am · Link

    Sadly, I’ve heard NOTHING exciting through a wall.

    Now, if you want to talk about eavesdropping on close tables in a restaurant, then I’ve got a few stories.

    Sounds like your THROUGH THE WALL hits would make an interesting blog though. 🙂

  2. Keri Ford
    · December 28th, 2010 at 10:04 am · Link

    Cyndi, I expected you to have something juicy!

  3. Brandy W
    · December 28th, 2010 at 10:24 am · Link

    Actually I don’t think I’ve heard anything through the wall either. I feel like I’m missing out on something that has potential to be really fun.

    I’m going to have to pick up Through the Wall and live through Stephanie.

  4. Brandy W
    · December 28th, 2010 at 10:29 am · Link

    They have it on Barnes & Noble. Just picked it up.

  5. Keri Ford
    · December 28th, 2010 at 10:37 am · Link

    thanks so much Brandy! I hope you enjoy living through Stephanie a bit!

  6. Liana Brooks
    · December 28th, 2010 at 4:43 pm · Link

    My last bedroom had a wall abutting my neighbors driveway. In suburbia this shouldn’t have made for exciting listening, but it did.

    When Neighbor’s husband left her for another woman that’s where all the arguing happened (I think the kids’ bedrooms were on the far side of the house). When she met her first new boyfriend that’s where Neighbor went to talk long into the night. When she met the boyfriend that lasted more than a weekend I’m pretty sure I heard the first kiss… and probably reached for earplugs before it went any farther.

  7. Delilah
    · December 29th, 2010 at 6:48 am · Link

    Keri! Thanks for being a great guest.

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