For the last Monday of the year, I decided to try to come up with the best of Music Mondays. It was a hard choice but throughout the year, one of the artists I kept going back to was Robert Duncan. His work on Castle is simple amazing and I really wish ABC would release the soundtrack. Here's two of my favorites.
Is there anything better than cuddling up by the
fire with your favorite book or you favorite
hero? Hmmm, maybe eating chocolate
while cuddling? :)
Giveaway*: One winner gets an e-copy of Water of Life, a futuristic romance set in a world that is about to discover they are not alone in the universe & e-copy of Love Me by Bella Andre (this item will be gifted via ARe and requires an account, subject to availability).
international. If there's enough international comments, I'll give a
second copy of Water of Life to an international entrant, so let me know
if you're (INT).
To enter** just answer the following question in the comments (be sure to let me know what file format you prefer - epub, mobi, pdf, html): **Get extra entries if you add Red's Wolf to your TBR list on Goodreads and if you follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rhysastason
Which romance hero would you like for Christmas?
My answer? Fearghus the Destroyer, from G.A. Aiken's
Because who else could keep me warm on a cold winter night other than a smoking hot dragon shifter. :)
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You can learn terrific new terms on the Internet. Today I learned about vampire tea bags. Please note that, although it is a rather hilarious article, this Jezebel post on is titled F*** You, Menstruation and is neither kid nor work friendly. (But just about every woman from 11 to 80 can totally relate.)
Other interesting links, author Scott Lynch answers (bitslaps) critics about how unrealistic his female characters are written. I've added Mr. Lynch to my teetering TBR based on his responses alone. :) via DearAuthor.com