Kate Appleton writes scintillating novels that inspire as well as arouse.
Marie Knox writes smoking hot short stories because she is a very naughty lady with a very short attention span!
Tammy Sunstrom is the illegitimate love child of a forbidden union. She was born of passion and deceit, baby sister to a handsome and ill-fated angel. Her links to
mysticism make her novels paranormal adventures of the sauciest ilk.
That is a quote from a dear friend of mine who recently paid $35 to run in a 5K race. Here is why I agree with her:
1. Running on the road is like smashing your knees with a baseball bat 2. Dodging SUVs is always stupid (they didn't close the roads) 3. The agonized looks on the faces of the mouth-breathing, foot shuffling masses was heart wrenching 4. If I pay $35 to do a sport, it better come with chair lifts and snow making, not just an ugly t-shirt
* a moment of silence for the runners in Boston. Running is stupid, but killing innocents is unforgivable.
If you buy a $10 blanket to benefit the Association for the Blind and the blanket is ugly, does the blind person know it? Oh, who cares??? I gave her my church bake sale cookies and those were for Jesus!!!
I loathe made up verbs as much as the next gal (dialogueing, scrapbooking, journaling) and I'm pleased to see that spell check still highlights them, but there are two verbs I'm aching to see in the dictionary: yog and cuis.
Yog, yogged, yogging - obviously refers to practicing yoga. I'm almost ready for my Kama Sutra commitment.
I also like cuis, cuised, cuising - the act of shoving vegetables in the cuisinart. It's fun, healthy, and cathartic!