Monday, May 17, 2010

Plugs, Recommendations, Etc...

Happy Monday All,

If you have something ready and want to enter a contest, the Lone Star Contest is still accepting entries...accepting all the way until June 6, 2010. The early-entry discount ends on May 23rd. This is a $5 discount on the entry fee. Please check here for details. Who knows? Maybe your story is the next big thing!

If your reading list is getting a bit thin and you want some recommendations I have a few (in no particular order) Oh yeah, and this is just a short list of books I could (and would) recommend...


Shadow Guard Series by Kim Lenox

Love At Stake Series by Kerrelyn Sparks


Midnight Sons Volumes 1, 2, & 3 by Debbie Macomber

The Royal Series by MaryJanice Davidson


Learning To Let Go by Elizabeth Pina

Conceived Without Sin by Bud MacFarlane, Jr.


Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen

The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer


Tea Shop Mysteries by Laura Childs

Hannah Swensen Mysteries by Joanna Fluke

Domestic Bliss Mysteries by Leslie Caine

YA NOVELS (It's occurred to me that these could also go under paranormal):

As You Wish by Jackson Pearce

Coffeehouse Angel by Suzanne Selfors

A Kiss In Time by Alex Flinn

Jennifer Scales Novels by MaryJanice Davidson & Anthony Alongi

SCI-FI(with some romance):

Celestial Dragon by Ciara Gold


Beauty: A Retelling Of Beauty & The Beast by Robin McKinley (this one could also be YA).


The Shadow Of The Bear by Regina Doman

If those don't keep you busy...there's always getting on DVD old TV shows; I'm currently collecting Sabrina The Teenage Witch. I've got seasons 1 & 2, and hopefully before the year is out I'll get Season 3.

Other old shows I saw that are DVD (perhaps you might recognize a few):




The Cosby Show

My husband has all the Seasons of Highlander on DVD and I know someone who has all the seasons of Magnum P.I.

Oh yeah, and the other day, I was in Half Price Books and I saw the DVD of one of the seasons of Punky Brewster on sale.

By the way, for all you Steve Erkle fans, you can find Family Matters on DVD on Amazon.com, too.

Seems you can find almost any old show on DVD these days. There's even DVDs of Bewitched, I Love Lucy and I Dream Of Jeanie.

Anyway, happy reading and watching and writing :-)

Have A Merry Monday!


Regina Quentin said...

Wow Bethany, those are some great recommendations! Thanks. I'm headed over to the link you provided for the contest now.

Bethany said...


Great! :-)