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Wow! The coffee is hot and oh so delicious. Mmm, I needed that cup.
Good Morning to you all and I wanted to invite you come over to Class
Act Books Valentine Authors' Chat.
We are going to have so much fun today. There are lots of authors
that will be coming in during the day to post their excerpts and chat
with you all.
Contests and winning books will be going on all day long, Class Act
Books has specials and a Scavenger Hunt going on, look for posting on
these, so put on racing shoes and be ready to enter All contest
entries will be sent to: classactcontest @gmail.com (without the
space) and the contest name in the subject line-please remember to do
We want to thank Coffee Time Romance & More for having us here today.
Be sure to go the Coffee Time Bookstore, all of Class Act Books are
on Sale, 25% off in honor of our Valentine Chat
We want to hear from you as well, join in and tell us about
yourselves. Shyness on the net is still there, but it is fun to join
in and share the excitement, get to know your distant neighbor and
Go get that cup of coffee and come on in for a day of fun!
Class Act Books
These are REAL prizes! Come over and join the fun! :)
Tags: Fun Contest Prize Candy Flowers
When I titled my new book, "Said the Spider to the Fly" I thought I had an original, catchy phrase...which no one had ever used before. Ha! Now that I've visited Amazon, I see others before me have also used that "spell binding" wording.
Oh, boy, guess that goes to show we ain't as great as we'd like to think. :) Still, it does encapsulate the theme of the story, so while I might not be Miss Unique, I am Miss Mae with my long awaited romantic suspense now let loose on the world.
If anyone would care to view a copy, or even buy and download it to your computer, it can be seen here (and I must say, the cover artist did an excellent job. It's worth a look just to see that!) :)
Said the Spider to the Fly
Tags: Spider Web Trap Crook Fraud Love Passion Romance Suspense Mystery
Last week was spaying time for the little puppy that arrived at our gate this past April. It was hard to believe she was already about six months old. But there it was facing us--separation time. Since she's a nervous traveler, she didn't do well on the trip in. Poor little thing was so sad looking in her taxi and we hated leaving her. We were told to pick her up next day.
Well, that didn't work, because someone didn't understand the orders! They fed her (which she didn't argue against, I'm sure), but that delayed her surgery by another day. So here we were, still missing her (except for the older two dogs who enjoyed the peace without the playful, rough-n-tumble youngster), still hoping everything would turn out all right.
The next day arrives and the surgery is complete. We're told to come pick her up the next day. We almost couldn't sleep the night before and got up with the sun, definitely arrived as soon as they unlocked the door! Really wasn't the best timing as it was chaos there. We never spoke to the vet and there were about six different workers that spoke with us and we got six different instructions! But, finally, Trudy was brought out and we took her home.
That will be a week come Thursday. She's absolutely delighted to be home, the stitches are almost all disappeared and she's back to her teasing, growling, catch-me-if-you-can gallops around the yard.
Now we just have to coax the older dogs out of their sulk....
Tags: Surgery Puppy Absent Sick Spay Pet Fright Medicine Vet