I have been having fun reading the comments on your page, and inspiring me to be a better person. I am so thankful for Sparkpeople! And receiving quite a few tips. Of course, the whole point for me is to lose weight - my plateau was moving - hope it continues! - Diane - 1155 days ago
Hi fellow quilter!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving that great comment. I have been trying to be more active on SP because I hope to inspire even just one person!!! And your words were perfect! So thank you, thank you, thank you. Have a great day! 1321 days ago
I have read all of Georgette Heyer's romance books, most of her mysteries, and Lord John which is a fictionalized history. Isn't she THE best! Her characters and dialog can not be beat. I wish I could find another just like her. I have 5 daughters and 4 of them have become fans of Georgette Heyer too. I would guess when the youngest is old enough to read she might join in the fun too.
I have also read many of the other clean romance writers but being a hungry reader I have trouble holding back when I find a good writer.
I found Ann Barker not long ago and I have not read an entire book of hers but I read sample chapters on 2 online sites. I am so excited to see how good she is. She has a web page with descriptions of her books.
Which of the Heyer books is your favorite? 1651 days ago
Thank you for your comment on my blog! I love that all your ideas for overcoming my (anticipated) winter blahs had to do with helping others. That is such an important point! I've never knitted or crocheted for our local community-warmth project, but a good friend is the coordinator so it would not be hard. Maybe this is a good year to start. I do enjoy that kind of thing when it's cold outside, and making things for the homeless and poor would be a good reminder of what the real priorities are in life.