Today, I am again taking part in THE SUNDAY POST from The Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a great opportunity to meet up with new, and old readers, and other bloggers! After you hang out here a while, I hope you’ll check out THE CAFFEINATED REVIEWER ‘s link up.
I am typing with one hand and a couple of fingers because I am having an arthritis flare in my left. That means today’s post will be cut short. Here’s what happened on my blog this past week.
MONDAY Giveaway! KITTY SAVES THE WORLD A Pan-theistic Series’ Ender THIS GIVEAWAY IS OPEN THROUGH TODAY!
Wolves and Yellowstone National Park dominate in this series ender!
Marissa has to outsmart the devil and the four horsemen of the apocalypse while staying within the rules of her contract. I liked this illustration of the Four riders.
Lately I have been reading what feels like hundreds of rock romances. I have a set of pictures I mix and match. This one, like Jessica Clare’s recent ONE NIGHT WITH A BILLIONAIRE also includes a makeup artist.
I like this Japanese cat print I found on Wikimedia. Its formality works with the tuxedo.
Again, I have been hoarding stockpiling saving baseball and other sports graphcs to use for the sports romances I am reading these days!
What’s Coming Up!
Monday: THE SOUND OF GLASS Repeating Themes & Telegraphed Outcomes
Tuesday: UNDER THE LIGHTS by Shannon Stacey: Audio Review & Giveaway (MP-3 Audio CDs, US Shipping 18 and older)
Wednesday: Second Chance Summer: Damaged Pasts Start A New Series
Thursday: Series Love! THE CHRONICLES OF ST. MARY’S by Jodi Taylor
Friday: FALL FROM INDIA PLACE: Love’s Struggle
Around The Web:
My friend, Jennifer Bernard is kicking off her Favorite Things for Fall NEWSLETTER Giveaway. Sign up for the newsletter, check out its awesomeness and get great information on her upcoming releases at http://JenniferBernard.net .
She just released the cover of
CAUGHT BY YOU: Love Between the Bases Book 2,
Available December 29th! From Avon/Harper Collins
Finally, Last week I showed a banner of a front porch to celebrate nearing the end of my project.
I wrote that the picture was “NOT OUR PORCH” (see pic above, with “Not our Porch”bottom left) but many people thought it was. I am sorry I didn’t make it clearer. Today’s Banner IS actually our front porch. It looks quite ordinary even though it has taken two full years to complete it.
I did paint a little but am not especially liking my WIP. It will either be fixed or tossed by next week.