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Monday, May 30, 2011

Characters, Contest, & Fun

Happy Memorial Day,

**Edits 11:29 a.m. (I remembered it was Memorial Day, but I should've posted this earlier):  Here's to all the USA's service men and women, both past and present, fallen or alive. Thank you for your service to the USA and God bless you and your families. (Note:  If I tried to do actual white, it wouldn't show up).


Everybody have a good weekend? My weekend was fairly nice. Mostly quiet, which was just fine with me.

For all you C.C. Hunter fans, tomorrow she's starting a very special contest. I'll reveal more details tomorrow, so be sure to come back tomorrow to see what those details are.

Hope everyone enjoyed Tess St. John's author interview on Friday. I had fun having her on my blog. She's an incredibly talented author. Be sure to watch for her Romantic Suspense novels. I'll also probably let you know about those releases here. 

Did you all follow the link to Tess St. John's blog on Friday and meet the hero of one of my novels? Monroe would be angry if he went through me interviewing him and you didn't go have a peek!

I'm still reading Georgette Heyer's Lady Of Quality and I'm enjoying it quite a bit. Annis is a very lively character and I just recently met Oliver Carleton and they're in the middle of verbally sparring with each other.

Recently I've gotten interested in the musical of The Scarlet PimpernelI've read the novel by Baroness Orczy, but only within the last week or so found out there was a musical based on the book. The musical also seems to have gotten some influence from the movie that was based off of Baroness Orczy's book and the sequels. The movie stars Anthony Andrews and Jane Seymour. By the way, I do really like that movie and if the musical ever has a professional tour in my area again, I'll have to go see it.

What movies are you interested in these days?

Have A Marvelous Monday!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm late...it felt like Saturday most of the day but tonight feels like a Sunday!
I am looking forward to the last Harry Potter movie with mixed emotions. I like romantic ones, but not typical'date' movies; I like comedies that aren't gross, I like epics that aren't bloody...I lean toward movies that are smart, and often the cast will make me inclined or disinclined to see it.
I have varied tastes in movies, music and books.Maybe I have multiple personalities!
Tonette

Bethany said...

Tonette,

There's nothing wrong with varied tastes. Thank you for dropping by--good to "see" you :-)