Thursday, December 24, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

Magick Monday!

Hey, it's been awhile since I've posted on a Magic Monday! It's going to be a wonderful day, filled with all kinds of magick, both nice and naughty. Hope you all have an enchanting Yule!

Today, I am blogging with Laurie! Stop by if you have a chance, I am giving one of my books away!


For the magick in my day, I came across this YouTube while researching for a story I am writing. I felt like a deer in the headlights, it is completely mesmerizing. Something about Maccu Picchu has had me by the gills since I first heard about it. I don't know, watch the video and then decide for yourself.

Hope you find this kind of Magick in your day, today.
I will admit, that for a little blonde Cherokee woman, this shreds my soul in a good way. :)


Thursday, December 17, 2009

Happy Friday Eve!!

Just needed to post a bit of inspiration.

Horses and Jimmy Thomas, what more could a girl need?

Oh, I totally love the music and belly dancing moves in this video, too! :)


Sunday, December 13, 2009

Guest Blogger: Barbora Knobova

Price: $22.70 Paperback: 180 pages Publisher: BK Publishing (September 1, 2009) Language: English ISBN-10: 0578033399 ISBN-13: 978-0578033396 Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches

Tales for Delicious Girls has received perfect 5-star ratings from women all over the world!

"Tales for Delicious Girls" offers witty, refreshing, clever and ironic insight into relationships between men and women from all points of view. The book is a modern relationship manual, providing answers to the most pressing dating and friendship questions that strong, independent, modern women want to know. "Tales for Delicious Girls" deals with wishes, desires and dreams - as well as hilarious mishaps and dating disasters. However, "Tales for Delicious Girls" is not simply a humorous book. In addition to entertaining the readers, the tales will inspire women to think about their own life and relationships, see themselves through different eyes and realize that they are their own best friend, the pillar of their own life, and the only person they can always count on. "Tales for Delicious Girls" encourages women to love, respect and appreciate themselves, to live the life they have always wanted, and become aware of their true uniqueness and deliciousness. This book will make you cry till there are tears in your eyes. It will become your faithful companion, and will help you find yourself. It was written for you because you're delicious - the most delicious girl in the world.

Portion of Author Autobahn Review:

We all have different experiences, but every "delicious girl" will see a bit of herself in Barbora's book. She doesn't feel sorry for herself; she uses her past as a springboard to the future. Tales for Delicious Girls is filled with cautionary true-stories. Is Barbora trying to use her experiences as a warning to every other girl? To prevent her from making the same mistakes she did? Of course, that would be ideal! But when it comes down to it, what the author is trying to remind every woman is to listen to that small voice inside and act upon it when it says, "Dump this loser!" She wants every woman to remember that no matter our choices, we can make better ones tomorrow.

Author Bio

Barbora Knobova is an author who writes about women and for women. A relationship coach and a "Delicious Girl", she is always on women's side and dedicates herself to helping women find their path to self-love and happiness. Barbora believes that every woman deserves to be loved, appreciated and respected, and her books speak to women of all ages, providing them with support and encouragement. Barbora's motto is: I believe in myself. In us. And in you. Because we all are Delicious. Visit Barbora's website for free e-courses, e-books and relationship advice.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Miss Curly Sue

I was up at the barn and thought it would be fun to take some photos of our little curly pony. Her name is Curly Sue! I love her because she is my size. My friend, her owner, says I needed a pony because of my petite size and she magically appeared! hehe We never look a gift horse in the mouth, even if it is a pony. :) By the way, the white horse in back ground is actually a horse and not a pony. She is just a few inches taller, and over 14 hands, funny, huh?


Monday, December 7, 2009

Review for Autumn Windsong

Colleen Love wove a wonderful tale of fantasy and love into this on the edge of your seat love story. With the backdrop of the wilds of Alaska, its colorful Aurora Borealis and a spark of magic a true love is found. Something that all of us wish could be and want to read about happening. I recommend those who like a sprinkle of magic with their romance to pick up this book.

See the full review at

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Current WIP Inspiration

Honestly, how could I go wrong? Right?

I always love to have a face behind the action, and Mario more than fits the bill. Sweet!

Heroine is coming right up...


Sunday, November 22, 2009

Colleen's Long Haired Hottie

The conversation came up and I had to post something inspiring... lol

Happy Sunday! :)


Monday, November 16, 2009

Magick Monday

So, here it is, another Magick Monday! And in my part of the world it has gusted in true November fashion. Of course this is truly a gift for me. Nothing makes me write better then this kind of weather and so I've been very busy and enjoying every minute of it. :)

Like the new banner? My friend Denyse Bridger created it for me. I hugged her lots for it. :)

I hope you are able to find some joy in your day today.


Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Love is Dirty Business

Colleen and Scooter (2 summers ago)

So my girlfriend is ill with a migrane and she asked me to blanket horses for her and double check everyone. hehe

It's really amazing to me, no matter how long I've been away from the barn, they, especially Scooter, are so happy to see me. :) It can be a month or five minutes, it doesn't matter.

I just got in the door and Scoots came over and laid a fat kiss on my cheek, along with a rain of caked on mud! Him and Tanner are coated in dried mud! Apparently they have been enjoying it emensly! I just brushed them out too!! lmao! Bad boys... That also means they don't want blankets put on. So fine, they can just be naked and covered in mud.

Lad and Passion were both very happy to get their blankets put on. They stick their noses out and all but fasten the clasps themselves! It's very sweet. But that is only when they want them on. Miss Passion has taken me skiing across the field before, just because that's what a young mare will do! That wasn't all too plesant either!

It's my favorite kind of day, to walk into the barn and have it smell like fresh hay and shavings. The sound of hay being munched and contented sighs sounding. That has to be the sound of paradise. :)

Happy Hump Day!


Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Abbott and Costello Buying a Computer

You have to be old enough to remember Abbott and Costello, and too old to REALLY understand computers, to fully appreciate this. For those of us who sometimes get flustered by our computers, please read on...

If Bud Abbott and Lou Costello were alive today, their infamous sketch, 'Who's on First?' might have turned out something like this:


ABBOTT: Super Duper computer store. Can I help you?

COSTELLO: Thanks I'm setting up an office in my den and I'm thinking about buying a computer.


COSTELLO: No, the name's Lou.

ABBOTT: Your computer?

COSTELLO: I don't own a computer. I want to buy one.


COSTELLO: I told you, my name's Lou.

ABBOTT: What about Windows?

COSTELLO: Why? Will it get stuffy in here?

ABBOTT: Do you want a computer with Windows?

COSTELLO: I don't know. What will I see when I look at the windows?

ABBOTT: Wallpaper.

COSTELLO: Never mind the windows. I need a computer and software.

ABBOTT: Software for Windows?

COSTELLO: No. On the computer! I need something I can use to write proposals, track expenses and run my business. What do you have?

ABBOTT: Office.

COSTELLO: Yeah, for my office. Can you recommend anything?

ABBOTT: I just did.

COSTELLO: You just did what?

ABBOTT: Recommend something.

COSTELLO: You recommended something?


COSTELLO: For my office?


COSTELLO: OK, what did you recommend for my office?

ABBOTT: Office.

COSTELLO: Yes, for my office!

ABBOTT: I recommend Office with Windows.

COSTELLO: I already have an office with windows! OK, let's just say I'm sitting at my computer and I want to type a proposal. What do I need?


COSTELLO: What word?

ABBOTT: Word in Office.

COSTELLO: The only word in office is office.

ABBOTT: The Word in Office for Windows.

COSTELLO: Which word in office for windows?

ABBOTT: The Word you get when you click the blue 'W'.

COSTELLO: I'm going to click your blue 'w' if you don't start with some straight answers. What about financial bookkeeping? You have anything I can track my money with?

ABBOTT: Money.

COSTELLO: That's right. What do you have?

ABBOTT: Money.

COSTELLO: I need money to track my money?

ABBOTT: It comes bundled with your computer.

COSTELLO: What's bundled with my computer?

ABBOTT: Money.

COSTELLO: Money comes with my computer?

ABBOTT: Yes. No extra charge.

COSTELLO: I get a bundle of money with my computer? How much?

ABBOTT: One copy.

COSTELLO: Isn't it illegal to copy money?

ABBOTT: Microsoft gave us a license to copy Money.

COSTELLO: They can give you a license to copy money?


(A few days later)

ABBOTT: Super Duper computer store. Can I help you?

COSTELLO: How do I turn my computer off?

ABBOTT: Click on 'START'.............

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Passion for Fashion and Fashion for Passion

So... Yesterday I was going a little stir crazy and needed to burn off some stress energy. I don't live in an area where I can just hop in the car and go to the mall, and quite frankly, that's not my cup of tea anyway. I did the next best thing and went out to the barn. :) It was in the low 40's and the rain was bucketing down, echoing off the tin roof. After bundling myself up, and stuffing my pockets with apples, I escaped to my sanctuary. Of course Lad, the stallion, gets first dibs. He likes his apple held so he can bite it in half. He chews over your hands so that anything that falls out, can be eaten again. He also likes to lick the juice off my hands, he's not spoiled at all! He is so gentle it's hard to believe he has those hormones that drive the male spiecies. After that, everone gets one and all is well. Usually I stay long enough to spend a little time with everyone and today I decided that I would brush them before we put their blankets on for the night. Of course this is Miss Passion's favorite thing. She absolutely loves to be groomed and fussed over, so I took my time with her, brushing her tail and mane too. One of her many funny quirks is one she has aquired from her daddy, Lad! She will point to where she wants you to scratch, oh boy, she kept me busy! Her favorite place to be scratched is her hind end and if you don't know that, she will greet you, sniff you, maybe even kiss you before it appears she is moving away, only to back up and knock into you, because she wants her hiny scratched. hehe :) She did it to a cop once, but we won't get into that story today. lol Needless to say, he had a good sense of humor about it and obliged her. lol :) Even after the geldings were stealing his pens and glasses and such. lol...

Here is Miss Passion butting into Tanner's photo op. She looooooves costumes, fabrics with different textures and shiny things. Mr. Tanner was not impressed by her rude interuption as you can see here. He is our Schoolmaster and is an amazing horse with an impressive resume as a retired roundup horse.

Passion followed my daughter everywhere, touching her dress and the beads in her headband.

When she finally figured out that it would come off, she took it! So my daughter put it on her ear and she nearly wouldn't let us have it back. She is 15.3 hands at the shoulder, so her head is way the heck up there when she stands tall! :)

Anyway, this is my form of stress relief. It's an amazing thing and they really get it when you are feeling like garbage. Many times I spend time with them when I'm plotting a scene. Daykan was my lead man in Eden at Twilight and Lad starred in one I wrote this spring. I have one planned that Scooter will be my lead in. They all have such distinct personalities that it's a lot of fun to create stories featuring them. :)

I hope your Sunday is restful and your week successful.


Friday, November 6, 2009

Coffee Time Romance

I'm over at Coffee Time Romance today, with the other Wild Rose Press authors!
Stop by if you have a chance! :)


Saturday, October 31, 2009

Welcome Antonia Tiranth!

Delilah : Hi everyone! I’m Delilah K. Stephans. I’m here with my buddy Antonia Tiranth, Jett Houston and Amara Carnesir. We’re hoping that you will join us as we celebrate the release of Jett and Amara’s book. I’m going to let Antonia say hi.

Antonia : Hey guys! I'm really excited about this release for a few reasons. First, its my third published work and that never gets dull. ^.^ Second, its the continuation of a tale that I am very much enjoying being the teller of. And finally, because its the first published work from both Del and I. Its not the first thing we've written together by any means and Del has been with me the whole time with the Rikashi series, helping me when I'm stuck and editing among other things. Okay, enough about me. I should introduce you to our stars, Jett and Amara!

Jett: Guess I’m up next. Well, Tir – that’s what Delilah calls Antonia – started chronicling the Rikashi stories. No one has quite figured out how she’s doing it, but that’s not the point. So when it came time for Black Velvet. I thought since those two were writing buddies that Del should get in on the fun…

Amara: Oh be honest, you just wanted to be difficult. And Antonia is too polite to type your foul mouth.

Jett: I am so paddling your ass when we get home Princess.

Amara: I might just enjoy it.

Delilah: Ok you two behave! Sheesh.

Jett: So, where was I? So, I wouldn’t talk to Tir. Drove her nuts!

Antonia:Nuts doesn't begin to cover it. More like hair pulling frustration.

Jett: Anyway, they go ways back writing and finished our story.

Amara: Wow! You didn’t cuss once, I’m impressed. I’m Amara. think Antonia was a little surprised when I ended up being in the middle of the third tale. I wasn't exactly very talkative in The Gathering ...I'll blame that one on Daddy...but I'm sure you'll find our story interesting. You'll learn more about the prophecy and some of the changes happening in our society. Things definitely heat up *looks at Jett* on several levels.

Antonia: You can say that again. So, I hope you guys take a look at Black Velvet. If you're new to the series, you should take a look at the first two. Now, what are we doing to celebrate? I'll let Del tell you about that.

Delilah: Ok so while we’re here we’ll be answering any and all questions. For one lucky commenter we have downloads of the two songs that fit the book – Tal Bachman’s “She’s so High” and Alannah Myles’ “Black Velvet”. For a few others we’ve got a stockpile of goodies we’ll be giving out – buttons, cover flats, bookmarks, and other goodies. So feel free to ask questions or just say hi!

Antonia : The songs will be provided via a gift download from iTunes (just figured out how to do that!) Del and I love hearing from readers and invite you to visit our websites, Delilah's and mine. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook. And now for a look at the cover, Amara...stop drooling.

And the blurb : I scanned the tables and counter, my eyes settling on him. There he was. Dark cowboy hat, dark coat, dark hair, and too handsome for his own good. He was sitting in one of the back booths, blending with the shadows.

I walked to his table, seating myself across from him. He looked over his menu at me and smirked.

“Just can’t stay away from me, can you, Princess?”

The nickname made me bristle, but I took a deep breath. I had to keep my focus on the mission. “So it seems.”

“Interesting,” he murmured, turning his eyes back to the menu, his face hidden beneath the brim of the hat.

Now what? What exactly should I say to him?

“We need you,” I blurted. Might as well get right to the point, rather than beat around the bush.

He laid the menu on the table. His dark eyes skimmed over my hair, my lips and down to my breasts, before returning to meet mine. My breath caught in my throat. There was such intensity in those eyes.

“We,” he echoed, then his voice dropped to a gravelly tone that made me want to squirm in my seat, “…or you?”

Now exactly what was that supposed to mean? I was one of the Aikanaro, if all of us needed him, didn’t that mean by extension each of us needed him? “I need you to come --”

“Ladies first.” He tapped the brim of his hat with a finger and winked.

I blinked at him, not understanding what he meant by that. Then slowly his meaning hit me and heat crept into my cheeks. “That’s not what I meant,” I snapped. “If you would just let me finish.”

You can get your copy of the book from Lyrical Press, Inc.

Happy Samhain

Happy Halloween!
I am over at Silver Expressions today, blogging about the origins of Halloween! Stop by if you have a chance! :)

Have a spooktacular day!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Soon, soon soon!

I was invited to contribute to a Free Read anthology and here is the cover. Very pretty, I think. Denyse always does such a great job with these things and I'm very proud to be part of it.
Will keep you posted when it becomes available!

Have a great Friday Eve!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Special Guest: Lisa Leibow!

A family need not be a mother, father, sister, brother. Thankfully, we live in a diverse world. Today, in any random-neighborhood, suburban street, or city block, a single mother with three children, might live next to a couple who, married for the second time, blended their families like The Brady Bunch. Across the street might live two, happily-married, gay men with their four-year-old, adopted daughter. Three houses down, a dual-income husband and wife have been married for years but struggle with infertility.
As the infertile couple works with a doctor, they are likely to investigate the myriad of options available for them to start a family. They might look into domestic and international adoption, they could try artificial insemination, or more invasive procedures, like in vitro fertilization. If the husband learns he has problems with sperm morphology or mobility, they might look into obtaining donor sperm. If the wife’s eggs are not viable, they might consider donor eggs. They might even begin to investigate opportunities to obtain donor embryos.
If successful, either in adopting or giving birth using assisted reproductive technologies, the infertile couple may raise a child not biologically-related to one or both of them. Back to my initial question: What makes a family? Certainly, biological relation does bind some to their families. However, it need not be a factor. To me, it doesn’t matter how the family came to be, unconditional love, support, a sense of belonging are the hallmarks of family.
What’s striking about my debut novel, Double Out and Back is that it explores from a literary perspective, some of the social issues faced by a generation that has more options than ever when it comes to starting a family. What fascinates me is that when it comes right down to it, even with the technological advancements in reproduction and healthcare, families still must rely on one another to thrive.

Short bio:
Lisa Lipkind Leibow is the author of Double Out and Back (Red Rose Publishing), which takes the reader on the roller-coaster ride of infertility treatments as seen through the eyes of three women.

Originally a lawyer, Lisa traded the billable hour lifestyle for fiction writing. Lisa’s work has also appeared in Pisgah Review. She lives and writes in Northern Virginia with her husband, three sons, a clumber spaniel, and two red-eared sliders.

You can learn more about Lisa and her writing at

Double Out and Back available now from Red Rose Publishing.

Not every woman who rides the fertility treatment roller coaster winds up like Octomom!

Who will find friends, family, and fertility?
Three women’s lives are intricately intertwined, as Amelia Schwartz and Summer Curtis struggle with the complex dynamics of intrafamily embryo adoption, and Chandy Markum strives to make her patients’ dreams a reality.
After more than a decade, of mourning her parents’ deaths, anal-retentive Amelia Schwartz decides to take control of her life, pursuing single motherhood via embryo adoption. While her fertility doctor, Chandy, is preoccupied with the destruction of the cosmopolitan Cape Town of her youth and her first love in apartheid-torn South Africa, believing all is lost, her niece, a young, married, overachieving attorney Summer Curtis, juggles zealous career ambitions, demanding bosses, and friction with her husband over family and fertility issues. They must confront the painful reality that, no matter what technology humans devise to manipulate reproduction, prolong life, and construct family units, they have not yet mastered control over their beginnings and endings.
Thrown all into this is one story that can make or break. Are you up to it?

Thursday, October 15, 2009

New Review for Thief of a Goddess Heart

Thief of a Goddess Heart is an interesting take on the private investigator/ suspect tale. I enjoyed Ivy’s spunk and the way she refused to let Dane run all over her. Dane is a sexy hero and his obvious love for Ivy was very touching. This tale is fast paced and leads to a wonderful conclusion.

Readers who enjoy story characters and suspense mixed with their paranormal will take pleasure in Thief of a Goddess Heart.
Reviewed by Amelia

See the full review here:

Purchase Here:

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Taken by RoyBoy. I would love to give more credit, but that is all the information I have. Was taken this morning and shared on the weather for the area.

Just thought I would share the beauty of my world. I live not to far away from here and dream of living in this small community someday! :) I wonder why??

Hope your Wednesday is going wonderfully!


Monday, October 12, 2009

Magick Monday

Hope you're Monday is Magick!


Saturday, October 10, 2009


I was cleaning out my purse and found this old photo tucked away. Funny the memories it brings back. It was taken in 1991, but feels like just yesterday. This is Mr. C and I, we married two years later and are still married after 21 years. It still seems like only days ago. :) Funny how time passes so quickly when your having fun.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Would you? Could you?

Soooo... We all love shoes and fashion, yes? Just thought I would share these 12 inch boots.

So, would I or could I? lol No.

I'm terrified of heights! Even being on a step stool throws me off. You can ask Mr. C about how I nearly scalped him at our last Metallica concert when he put me up on his shoulders for safe keeping. And we won't even get into the issue of flying!

Anyway, just thought I'd share.


Saturday, October 3, 2009

What is love?

Is this not the look of true love??

My daughter took this photo of me and my friends young mare, Passion. She is only about 6 years old and the sweetest little girl. A fine example of what great handling from the beginning can do. :)


Monday, September 28, 2009

Magick Monday

I know, I'm a bit late posting today, but what are ya gonna do...

I came across this article and thought I would share it! Talk about unbelievable! I am a knitter, crocheter and do needle point of all kinds, but I have never woven a tapestry and I find it absolutely fascinating that this is from spiders web! How cool is that??

Monday, September 21, 2009

Magick Monday

I've had an early start, this fine Magick Monday and it was the best thing ever. I didn't get to write nearly as much as I would have liked to, this weekend, so my brain was wide awake at 4:45 am. Don't ya just love it when that happens? And it was worth every moment. I pushed through a love scene that I just cannot write properly with wandering eyes around, so it was a true delight to sit in the darkness and type out a scene of love that took place in a world of splendor, much like the inspiring Thomas Kinkade picture above. It's not hard to imagine the log's golden glow in the crackling firelight and the spicy scent that permeates the air. Snuggling beneath a down comforter with the one you love, touching, taking, giving... Yeah, I'm there. :) It's not hard to imagine such things as the seasons turn.

In my world, the trees are all tired and ready for their winter rest. The leaves are turning a golden color and the Vine Maples are turning red, yellow and orange. There is just a certain kind of magick in the way the seasons change that I find absolutely captivating and enchanting.

I hope you can find equal Magick in your Monday!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Magic Monday... On Wednesday?

It's been one of those weeks where a little extra magic is needed...

No individual has any right to come into the world and go out of it without leaving behind him distinct and legitimate reasons for having passed through it. ~George Washington Carver

Hope you find magic in your day, today, as well as a reason to celebrate it.


Monday, September 7, 2009

Tasty Tuesday!

I just had to share this! Being the proud slave to a chinchilla that I have served for the last 16 years, yes, I can say that I need a Chinchilli Day... lol!


Magick Monday!

I am sooooooo there!

Have a Magick Monday!!

Monday, August 31, 2009

Magick Monday

So it's Magick Monday again and I don't know about you, but I am ready for a change of season. I found these magical pictures and they reminded me so much of the piece I am working on. This could very well could be images torn right from my imagination and what is going to go into the story I am working up.

Of course all babies need their naps and this one is no different. Someday it will be as big as his daddy and will host a rider. :) But for now, rest is just as important as wanting to grow up.

Hope you find some Magick in your Monday as well!


Monday, August 24, 2009

Magick Monday

Well, I was up early this morning. The voices in my head were shouting to get up and get their story down. So here I am, poised and ready to go. This chapter has been a real bugger and I am glad I am on the down hill side of it now. Wich is great, because then I can keep the story moving. Sometimes trying to keep on the straight and narrow path can be a real headache. I try to sort through as I go, and stop anything that isn't relative to the plot. Sometimes my imagination just gets a little too carried away and I have to back up and bury the hole I have created, before moving on. Sheesh! What a time waster that is.

Well, back to it!

Hope your Monday is Magic!


Friday, August 21, 2009

Liquid Silver Blogging!

I'm over at Liquid Silver Books blogging today!
Come join me and see what makes this Fantasy writer tick!

See you there!


Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Back to the Program

The weekend is over with and my heavy cleaning day is out of the way, I get to actually sit and write and not care what time it is!! My Muse is alive and awake, I have tea in hand. Off we go...


Monday, August 3, 2009

Magic Monday

Well, here it is, another Magick Monday. I seriously have the blahs and wanted to do something about it. I have been meaning to trim my hair for a long time. Something shorter and sassier, so, I did it!

Here is my 'before' photo, mere hours ago:

Here is my 'after' photo, shortly there after!
I took off roughly eight inches!

NOW it is a Magick Monday! :)


Thursday, July 30, 2009

Male Strawberry

Even Mother Nature has a sense of humor and sends things to make me laugh. I have in no way altered this little guy. He was a gift from the Gods and very tasty! :D

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Arctic Dreamin'...

It's hard to believe that this photo was taken of my front yard six months ago! I miss it...

Today, is going to be 86 degrees F, with a 94 percent humidity and it is only going to get warmer over the week, with roughly the same humidty. :P It makes me feel oogy just thinking about it! I don't need to go to the tropics to know what it's like now. I can just go outside! My linolium floors are sticky and wet from the moisture in the air. It is just an odd feeling and I will be happy for the cold rainy season to return!

My kids and I, walked down to our little creek for something cool and fun to do. Well, apparently the flies and gnats don't understand that the insect repellant is for them too! It says right on the damn bottle... I should bring it for them to read next time. lol God, I felt like a fly stick that they glommed on too. There was a fall out zone around me with a circle of dead flies. I felt like I was playing Asteroids or something and for the bonus round you had to get two or three at a time before they bit hard enough to make a welt! Sadly, I have a couple and that's when I said 'Game Over", and took us home! How's that for sacrificing one's self for their children. lol They ran home and jumped in their swimming pool. I went inside and bitched to Mr. C. He just grinned, put my writing notebook in front of me and an open Mike's Hard Berry, and didn't say a word. Have I said how much I love Mr. C?? lol

Anyway, today I am supposed to go with my MIL. I don't think I even want to ask what is going to happen today. *sigh*

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

My new project

Okay, so I have been AWOL for a bit. Here is the reason! I have been working on a new project and properly neglecting everything else! :)
Here is my cast:
Meet my hero:
Jacob Dannon

Meet my Heroine:
Alison Jones

That is all I am sharing for now. :)

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

New Eden At Twilight Review

Eden At Twilight by Colleen Love

Eden At Twilight by Colleen Love
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Fantasy
Length: Full (276 pages)
Heat: Spicy
Rating: 4/5 Books
Reviewed by Poinsettia

As a heroine, Lily is very sweet, and I enjoyed watching her grow and change throughout the story. In the beginning, Lily seems frail and frightened. As the story progresses, Lily grows into strength she never knew she possessed and surprises not only herself, but everyone around her.

Leaf certainly makes for an interesting hero. An air of mystery and magic surrounds him that intrigues Lily right from the start. In addition, his love of animals and the gardens he tends at the cottage only serve to make him even more irresistible. The fact that he has a Scottish accent doesn’t hurt either.

I’ve read some of Ms. Love’s work before, and again I must say that her use of descriptive language is very good. “The spicy scent of the fire curled around, mixing with the over-intoxicating sweetness of roses, honeysuckle and the rich tang of fresh dug earth…Tall trees with shimmering emerald leaves tickled by the breeze stood on the outskirts of the moss-covered wall.” Description like this captivated my senses and pulled me completely into the story.

If you enjoy a truly touching romance filled with magic and amazing description, I highly recommend you pick up a copy of Eden At Twilight today.

Full Review Here:


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy 4th of July!

Happy Fourth of July to all of my fellow Americans!
Happy Saturday to the rest of the world!! :)

Be safe in all of your endeavors!

Friday, July 3, 2009

NOR Top Pick!

Author(s):Dee S. Knight, Colleen Love
Genre(s):Contemporary, Anthology
Review Date:Jun 20, 2009
E-Book Price:$5.50
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Score: 4.5 out of 5
Reviewer: Terri

Both of these stories were excellent. The heroes were everything you could want from a hero while the female leads were just as impressive. Romance is the name of the game in each with sexual scenes having emotion as well as enough detail to keep it interesting. … Both stories were fast paced and kept me interested. They were sexual and sensual keeping the romance alive. My only complaint was they ended too soon but you can’t have everything!

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