Sunday, August 12, 2007

I Love the 80s

Plenty of people miss their share of happiness, not because they never found it, but because they didn't stop to enjoy it. ~William Feather

I'm so ashamed. I forgot to post a happy thought yesterday.

((hangs head))

I'll make up for it now.

Time for day twelve of:



I'm happy with the weather! It's been just gorgeous -- highs in the low eighties and no humidity. Makes me want to do the Dance of Joy.



I'm also happy so many of my favorite shows from the eighties are coming out on DVD!

DH just bought the first season of "Hardcastle and McCormick".

I'm more of an A-Team fan myself.



But we both like watching "Magnum P.I.".

That makes me very happy.

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Thanks for all your comments on "A Christmas Curse" yesterday! It was a hoot to write, and I hope it will be even more fun for you to read. I don't have a release date yet (I only finished the first round of edits yesterday), but I imagine it'll come out sometime in November.

Don't worry, you can get a sample of my goofier writing when "Pregnancy Cravings" is released this coming Wednesday. If you read both "Pregnancy Cravings" and "Magic" (also out on Wednesday) you're going to think I'm seriously bi-polar. They are completely different types of stories.

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Groovy asked in comments yesterday whether LASR pays its reviewers. No. I wish we could! They do an amazing job... but their only pay currently is the free eBooks and, eventually, the free print books that they review. We have plans, OH do we have plans... But for now, we are DESPERATE for reviewers.

So, come on folks... come for the books, stay for the fun -- we have a great group of ladies!

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In Pillar Place: Monarch, Clarisse has made her "J" and will most certainly become a chrysalis today. These lovely butterflies will make the journey to Mexico in a month or so -- they actually live about 9 months and migrate a gazillion miles. When they reach their overwintering destination, they will mate, lay eggs and eventually die. Their children will be the ones who return next year and start another year of Pillar Place. Monarchs are one of the longest living butterflies, and I believe they are the only ones who migrate.

Amazing.

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Your Summer Ride is a Jeep

For you, summer is all about having no responsibilities.
You prefer to hang with old friends - and make some new ones.


No responsibilities? So why am I getting ready to launch a new website? Speaking of which, stay tuned tomorrow for more news!

4 comments:

Jen said...

D and I spent an afternoon of one of our vacation days vegging out with 80s stuff - footloose and VH1's 100 best hits of the 80s (well, half of that as the darned thing was 6 hours long!)

Tori Lennox said...

There are lots of cool old shows coming out now. I've been adding tons of them to my Amazon wishlist. :)

My summer ride:

Your Summer Ride is a Beetle Convertible
Fun, funky, and a little bit euro.
You love your summers to be full of style and sun!


Hmm. Wouldn't have been MY car of choice except for the convertible part. :)

Brandy said...

Did you know they released the 2nd season of The Muppet Show? *G*
I like doing reviews for LASR!

Hope you are having restful sunday!

Dru said...

Oh my, I use to watch all those shows. I liked A-Team the best; wasn't much of a Magnum PI person.

My summer ride is a jeep.