Hello hello! For those of you keeping track of Baby Watch 2016, she is now one week overdue. I’ve tried most of the old-fashioned ways of encouraging her to get going. I’ve been walking all over town, and I don’t think my stomach can handle many more jalapenos or curry. I’m starting to think this… Continue reading Announcing the winner of my Valentine’s giveaway!
Tag: Valentine’s Day
Win a Valentine’s Day prize pack!
As lots of you know, I’m nine months pregnant and about to burst! In fact, tomorrow’s my due date (and my birthday), but I wanted to try to organize something special for my lovely readers (that’s you!) to show you how much I appreciate all your support. Since I’ve been feeling big and tired and… Continue reading Win a Valentine’s Day prize pack!
Happy Valentine’s Day! Will your relationship keep you alive longer?
The annual day of candy- and card-pushers is here. For many, it’s just another day. For some, it’s a time to feel the pressure of making a grand romantic gesture. For Stuart Heritage, a journalist who writes for the UK’s Guardian newspaper, it’s a day to examine whether your relationship will keep you alive longer… Continue reading Happy Valentine’s Day! Will your relationship keep you alive longer?
Friday favorites: A Valentine’s novella giveaway!
Last week I needed a quick, funny romance fix, and with Valentine’s Day in mind I bought Dodging Cupid by Kelly Fitzpatrick. I’ve read Kelly’s novels and another novella, and I know she writes the kind of stories I love. She’s full of snarky humor and unusual characters. I honestly couldn’t put Dodging Cupid down.… Continue reading Friday favorites: A Valentine’s novella giveaway!
The trouble with Valentine’s Day
The trouble with Valentine’s Day is that there just aren’t enough romance novels that make it a central part of the story. I mean, we get a deluge of books for Christmas, quite a few that celebrate summer. But Valentine’s Day is the day of love. Of passion. Why not more Valentine’s Books? I’ve been… Continue reading The trouble with Valentine’s Day