by SB Sarah · Dec 14, 2008 at 4:55 am · View all 4 comments
Read this after the fact… So why the hell was she supposed to fall for him, if all he did was be assy to her?
We have Monster spray too! I had a vanilla sheet spray from Bath&BodyWorks;that I never used and started using it for my kids as a protection against monsters. (Monsters hate sweet smelling things.) I’m almost out of spray and hope B&BW;either still sells it (or something like it -they probably dont) or we’ll stop needing it soon.
We also had to add a Bad Dream/thought lotion into it when my oldest started having bad dreams. It’s a vanilla/lavender lotion from B&BW;and it gets rubbed onto their forehead. Both work wonders. I’m always telling other Moms about it.
I really enjoy the live blogging even if I read them way after they happened.
Sorry I missed this.
If anyone else is having the problem I was having about not being able to see the circle and arrow—I had to adjust my “No Script” settings.
Several things regarding last night’s live blog:
1- Thanks to Sarah & Jane & those of you working from a Space Station, it was great fun.
2 – The novellas seem to work really well in that time-frame.
3 – A romance with an unredeemable hero and/or heroine is not a romance IMO.
4 – If I had been reading alone I would have stopped when the protagonists met and never bought the author again but the live bloggers (? LOL!) made me think that I should try another of her stories in a longer format so it was a WIN for the author & Harlequin.
5 – Serendipitously I have been reading a story in an antho with Mia Ryan that is about 60 pages, which I think is more a short story then novella? The point being that it was quite good regardless of the length. It had character background, great dialogue, a decent plot, a “misunderstanding”, interesting secondary characters, mild sex and a HEA…. good short stories are not impossible just maybe more difficult.
6 – I LOVE that softwear that makes these chats easy and fast! Thanks again.
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