First off... BSP:
My tour stop today is: Allie Boniface's blog. Why don't you stop by and leave a comment so I don't feel so lonely?
My daily contest is here.
I got a Google alert last night for "Don't Fence Me In" that warmed the cockles of my heart (I failed anatomy... just where are the cockles again? *G* ... oh, and the "muscles" part of the title? Ignore it, LOL...I didn't move even one yesterday) -- The Romance Studio said very nice things about my story including these:
DON’T FENCE ME IN is a sweet and poignant story of those left behind. It sends a valuable message of the heartache we undergo when we lose someone we love, and the healing power of love. I was captured by the sadness Jeremy had a hard time getting past and felt my heart break a little. Lizzy is a warm and caring young woman, a balm to Jeremy’s battered soul. Her genuine love and compassion comes through loud and clear, making her character come to life on the pages. Jeremy is the antithesis of Lizzy; he is a sad and lonely young man who feels responsible for his friends’ deaths. Survivor’s guilt is realistically presented by the author. The journey to love is a smooth one as Jeremy and Lizzy discover the healing power of their love. I look forward to reading more by Marianne Arkins; she certainly made an emotional connection through her characters.
I had a lazy, lazy day yesterday. Laid around with the dog and the cat on the couch for most of the morning. I didn't get onto the computer until after 6 a.m.!!
Unfortunately, it made me feel behind all the rest of the day. I'm not sure it was worth it.
A few days ago, I made Grandmother bread from Suzanne McMinn's blog. It was yummy!! Now I want to try her lava cake recipe.
Do you bake? If so, you should check out her blog.
Today's random quiz:
You Are a Jam Cookie
On the outside, you project a straight-laced, innocent vibe.
But on the inside, you're complex, exotic, and full of flavor.
That's about right *G*