I know you’re probably tired of hearing about it, but I’m going to write one last post about it! And as I love, love, love how the cover turned out, I thought I’d give you an insiders look at that … Continue reading It’s out today! 3 Million’s A Crowd
So it was that in fits of boredom many months apart, I played the same love/dating quizzes in a row, certain in the knowledge that I would get the more…normal (shall we say) responses the second time around. Imagine my utter shock when both times (both!) returned the very same answer!
And now you’re wondering what those were and why they are so shocking. Continue reading My Secret Nemesis? Underwear Model!
Brave Baby by Plastic Skateboard
Another song which is fairly new to my playlist. Again, this one evokes the desert/coastal locations for me and those long hot roads. It also mixes the strong desires and emotional conflicts perfectly. Besides, both Vivian and Munro were trying to be cool, and had to be brave instead. Continue reading Three Million’s A Crowd Soundtrack: Second Chances blog tour
My apologies for taking so long to post this. I’ve been trying to verify the facts regarding the rituals, but haven’t been able to do so for everything. It’s best to ask a priest or other knowledgeable person, but be … Continue reading You’re Invited: R’s and K’s Wedding
You’ll never get your potential boyfriend to leave these digital worlds. And why would you when you could easily join him and save a few worlds and souls together. At the very least, you’ll improve your hand-eye co-ordination. At the very best, you’ve joined them and beat them! Continue reading An Interview with a Gamer and A brief personal account
Tempted as I am to ask my readers to Be My Valentine, I thought I’d offer you something much more fun instead. I love looking at the tarot, especially when romance is in the air, so how about a little … Continue reading Valentine’s Tarot Game
I was lucky to have known both of my grandmothers, even as an adult. They taught me in vastly different ways, vastly different things. My paternal Gran reminded me of Granny Weatherwax, except my Gran had lots of children, and … Continue reading 14 Things I learned from my Grandmother–Leenna
Melissa Rose is a Canadian bookworm, who, with her easy-going and frank manner, is one of the friendliest bloggers I’ve met online. I wondered if some of her interests, and her wonderful sense of humor, had been inherited from her … Continue reading 14 Things I Have Learned From My Grandmothers–Melissa Rose
My first ever guest-poster is from Cape Town. Inge Saunders is a fellow South African writer and blogger. Inspired to write romance by her grandmother, here she is to start things off in our celebration honoring grandmothers. Thank you Leenna … Continue reading What I learned From My Grandmother–Inge Saunders
For BJ Maharaj, the most inspiring educator I’ve ever met, and the classes of MVSS 1988-1992. The plane banks over the Bluff then, with its landing gear out, bypasses the city and Umhlanga. Mount Moreland sugar-cane fields, a pale reminder … Continue reading Strive–a short story