It’s my turn over on ROMANCING THE GENRES blog this month and I’m helping them celebrate their 10th year in the blog-o-sphere! I love a top 10 list, so hop on over and see the one I devised for their anniversary:
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This month on the Romancing the Genres blog, we’re talking about comedy, being funny, and all things LOL.
Come check out my post on my angst at trying to find the funny, here: RTG
Being funny is hard work, kids. Hard work!
It’s my turn over on ROMANCING THE GENRES today and the topic for the month is the seasons.
I love the topic for this month because there’s something so special about living in a country where the 4 seasons take on such different looks. I’m going to talk about New England, ‘cuz that’s where I hang my hat, and we always joke about the seasons this way: don’t like the weather? Wait five minutes. It’ll change.
This is sososo true.
Since I live in New England and most of my books are based there, the four seasons have a huge influence on the characters and the plotlines. Come check out today’s blog post here: ROMANCING THE GENRES
It’s my turn over on Romancing the genres and this month’s topic is HOPE, something we all need buckets of right now!!!
Join me in the discussion, here: RTG
It’s my turn for my monthly blog over on Romancing the Genres. Today, a sneak peak at MISTLETOE, MOBSTERS, and MOZZARELLA.
It’s my turn over on Romancing the genres and we’re talking abt Villains this month. Come see who my fave bad guy/girl is from literature here: RTG
You may be surprised by my answer.
It’s my turn over on Romancing the Genres this month and we’re celebrating Children’s Book Month.
If you know me, you know my favorite kid’s book of all time, hee hee. Stop by and find out if you’re correct, here: RomancingtheGenres
It’s my turn over on Romancing the Genres and this month were talking about how we celebrate ourselves. This was hoard topic for me because I was raised in culture that didn’t celebrate individual successes.
Join me, here: RTG
It’s the 10th Anniversary month for Romancing the genres and the Genre-istas are having a full month party! Today it’s my turn and I’m talking about why we should be celebrating out Independent Bookstores.
It’s no secret that writers are readers first. I know I was – and still am.
As a child, before I had disposable income of my own, I got all my books from the local library. It was wonderful to be able to stop by any day and take out a number of books to read. The one drawback? I had to return them. I really wanted to keep them, too, but couldn’t.
Flash forward to the time when I began making my own money and could spend it on things I wanted. Did I purchase fabulous clothes? Travel to exotic locations? Drive a luxury car?
Nope. I bought books. Hardbacks, paperbacks, new and used. Books were my binge purchase, my addiction.
Drop by and read the rest of the blog, here:
Romancing the Genres
Until next time ~ Peg