"Oh, the weather outside is frightful..." Unfortunately, I don't have a nice fireplace for the 'delightful' fire spoken of in the song. Wish I did. And no, I don't share the song's sentiments to "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow". If anything, I can't wait for it all to melt.
I find myself really irritated at friends of mine who are ecstatic about this recent storm front that dumped several inches of snow all over the Great Lakes area. They rapsodize about the great skiing, the fun they had tobaggoning with the kids, building that giant snowman in the front yard. BAH HUMBUG, I say. BAH!! They neglect to mention the back breaking job of digging out the car, the thoughtless plough that piles up three feet of snow after I've just dug out said car, the idiot drivers who think a layer of snow on the highway means drive faster, the difficulties of getting around on foot through the freezing wet mess. I intend to just hunker down and hibernate until all of this crappy white stuff is gone.
One upside in being confined to home though, is I can get some writing done. And this month is heavy with releases, so I need to spend some time on promoting and updating my websites and such.
The ebook version of An Appetite for Seduction is now available at Phaze Books. www.phaze.com The Hottest Heat Vol.2 will be released Valentine's Day from Cambridge Press US www.cambridgepress.us This volume is hotter than the first, I feel, and would make a great naughty gift for your special someone. February 19 sees the release of the print version of An Appetite for Seduction. Included in this version are three of my previously published stories from Phaze: Cheek to Cheek, Lust and Found, and Focused Desire.
I just entered Cheek to Cheek in the Swirl Awards, and nominated the cover for Best Cover. www.swirlawards.com These awards recognize the best in mulitcultural romance. You can participate. Go to their site to find out how.
Til next time...Paige.