Today's virtual tour stop is the LASR Yahoo group. Come on over and ask me something!
Today's contest information is here... go forth and enter!
So... it snowed last night. It's icing right now... little pellets of frozen water making Kamikaze runs against my windows. Ick.
I was supposed to take my neighbors to the airport, but I don't drive in ice. Last night, they'd set it up to take a limo. This morning, the limo canceled. She called me at about 5:00 a.m. and asked if I'd pick their car up at the airport. I said, sure -- it's supposed to start raining around noontime -- and I hung up. It was then I realized she'd said "The Pathfinder" and not "The Jeep". When did they get a Pathfinder? So, I have this key (luckily, the electronic kind) and the name of a car "Pathfinder" and I get to go through the parking lots clicking the key at every Pathfinder I see because I have NO CLUE what their car looks like.
Doesn't that sound like fun?
I'm going to owe the other neighbor who is giving me a ride to the airport a nice lunch. In fact, maybe we'll eat first (at The Olive Garden -- I LOVE their soup, salad and breadsticks) and then go tramping through the parking lot.
I don't know if any of you went through the Samhain home page to buy my book (assuming you bought "One Love For Liv" -- though, why wouldn't you?), but my cover looks so stately and austere (and TAME) next to the others. There's a nearly naked woman on the cover to the left of mine, and a the naked torso of a man to the right... It's a little intimidating.
Speaking of which, I was trying to find a bestselling story at Samhain that wasn't a "red hot" or didn't have all the "explicit sex" warnings and failed miserably. I love me a book with some tension, and some sex is okay... but after a while, I'm bored by it. Am I alone in this? Because, dang, I couldn't find a book (outside of the inspirationals) that didn't come with a warning label (except for Allie's book, "One Night In Boston" and Diane Craver's novels, and I already own them!).
Today's random quiz:
|Your Old Fashioned Name Is...|
Well, I have to say... that's better than "Firecrotch".