Posted by Tawny Weber Jan 31 2015, 1:00 am
Hmm, that sounds like we’re having a secret release party, doesn’t it. I sure hope it’s not a secret, though! Because I’m so excited to share A SEAL’s Secret that I want to shout it from the rooftops. Or scream it from a mountaintop. Or, you know, stand on top of a table here in the Lair, pop champagne and celebrate. With tootie horns, of course. I hope you’ll celebrate with me. And please, feel free to bring a friend or three. Sven will be circling with champagne, the margarita machine is pumping out the icy tequila treats and there is
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Posted by Tawny Weber Jan 31 2015, 12:48 am
The winner of the drawing for a digital copy of A SEAL’s Sacrifice drawing is Colleen C. Congratulations, Colleen!!! Drop me an email with the format you’d like the book in and I’ll get it right to you.
Posted by Jo Robertson Jan 29 2015, 11:58 pm
Thank you, CBS! Okay, it’s not about the absolutely adorable actor Tim Daly, who plays Madame Secretary’s husband Henry McCord on the ABC drama that debuted this year. Nor the equally delightful Téa Leone, whose acting and low husky voice I’ve always enjoyed (uh, imagine Dr. Big hanging over my shoulder as I write, saying “Yeah, man!”). Nor is it the we’re-going-to-finish-this-story-in-forty-four-minutes attitude the drama takes, although I’m eternally grateful for shows whose story-lines are actually concluded in the one-hour time limit. For me, it’s about the universal drama, angst, love, and politicking of family. Yes, family. CBS has taken
Posted in binge-reading and watching, books, Jo Robertson, Madame Secretary, Television
Posted by Susan Sey Jan 29 2015, 1:35 am
Hello, dearest bandita buddies! So I’ve just now–like ten minutes ago–finished binged watching all 10 seasons of Grey’s Anatomy. I didn’t intend to do this. I didn’t intend to sit down & watch an unconscionable amount of television all by myself. (Mr. Sey isn’t a fan, & the girls are far too young for the soapy goodness that is Grey’s.) But Mr. Sey was traveling a fair bit back in the fall & I found myself up late a few evenings with a pile of laundry that needed folding. I figured I’d treat myself to some trashy TV. But I
Posted in quick five, Susan Sey, trash TV
Posted by Suzanne Ferrell Jan 28 2015, 12:12 am
My name is Suzanne Ferrell and I’m a history geek. Yes, yes, I am. But not just all history. While I find world history and history of other countries fascinating, I’m a real geek for American history. The good, the bad, the questionable. Yep, love it all. So imagine how happy I was this week when I discovered the History Channel was going to do a 3-day historical movie event about the Sons Of Liberty!! Be still my heart. I’m taping it, but have been watching it with great joy! Not to mention the actors are very easy to watch.
Posted in American historical romances, American History, Cantrell's Bride, Suzanne Ferrell, Turner's Vision
Posted by Caren Crane Jan 27 2015, 11:30 pm
We had a great time getting to know the First Daughters of Laura Simcox’s contemporary series on Saturday. Laura was giving away the winner’s choice of her First Daughters series to a lucky commenter. The prize goes to…Elaina!! Elaina, to claim your prize, please e-mail laura @ laurasimcox.com and let her know which of the three titles you would like, along with your snail mail address. The titles to choose from are: Various States of Undress: Carolina Various States of Undress: Virginia Various States of Undress: Georgia Congratulations, Elaina!!
Posted in Bandita Booty, Caren Crane, Laura Simcox, prize winner, Various States of Undress
Posted by Cassondra Murray Jan 26 2015, 11:47 pm
I want to be Bandita Tawny. Yes, I do. I mean seriously, have you seen photos of Tawny’s office—the space where she writes? It’s an awesome, cute, table-style desk with hardly anything on it. Except a dog basket. Yep, one corner of her desk has a basket for her teensy weensy little dog, Daisy Mae. A dog that wears cute sweaters and has an adorable bow in her hair. That’s cuz Tawny is uber-organized. Yesterday I poured my coffee and went to my office, just a few steps away from the coffee maker Dear. Lord. Obviously, it was time for
Posted in Cassondra Murray, Cassondra's blogs, keepsakes, memories, spring cleaning, Writing space
Posted by Donna MacMeans Jan 26 2015, 11:45 pm
Thanks for sharing your reasons for loving to read romance with me! The three winners of the Affaire De Couer calendars are: Ellie Shannon Catslady If you could visit my website at www.DonnaMacMeans.com and send me your contact information, I’ll send these right out to you. Thanks much!
Posted in 50 reasons to love romance, Bandit Booty, Donna MacMeans
Posted by Nancy Northcott Jan 26 2015, 12:23 am
For many of my interests, I can pinpoint starting dates. I can tell you when and how they drew me in–in some cases, I even remember who else was there at the time. But with stories that center on magic, I have no clue. Sure, I loved fairy tales and was entranced by Disney fairy tales on film, like Snow White, Cinderella and especially–I mean, did you see the prince fight that dragon?–Sleeping Beauty, but I don’t associate any big moment of discovery with such things. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t find magical tales intriguing. Of course the
Posted in Arthurian legends, Historical Fiction, movies
Posted by Anna Sugden Jan 25 2015, 11:44 pm
Thank you to everyone who stopped by and joined in the fun talking about new experiences in 2015. The winner of a signed copy of A Perfect Catch is JCP! Congratulations! Please send your snail mail details to me via my website (anna at annasugden dot com) or the contact form here.
Posted in A Perfect Catch, Anna Sugden, Bandita Booty