Monthly Archives: January 2012

Tuesday’s Word

Copasetic adjective completely satisfactory My husband uses this word a lot.  I like the way it sounds.  I’m going to try to use it in my writing. Advertisements

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One of my favorite authors ever is Virginia Kantra.  I’ve never regretted buying and immersing myself in one of her stories.  My absolute favorite thing about her is how profound and engrossing her characters’ points of view are.  Her selkies … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

  Rom Noun A Gypsy, especially a Gypsy man or boy I read a lot of historical romance, and occasionally, the Rom are mentioned or are involved in a story.  There’s often an air of mystery or legend or magic … Continue reading

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Are you doing all the things you’re supposed to?

I had a talk show going on the TV while I did kids lunch times and checked my email one day this week.  They were talking about bras.  Fun, right?  I thought so.  One of the recommendations made by the … Continue reading

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This week, I’m enamored of Sins of the Highlander by Connie Mason with Mia Marlowe.  I love me a good historical, and this one is a keeper.  Ms. Mason and Ms. Marlowe write some excellent Scot “dialect” and employ an … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Zydeco noun a type of traditional dance music of the Cajun people of the southern U.S. <http://www.onelook.com/?w=zydeco&ls=a&gt; Like a lot of people, I have mild tinnitus (ringing in the ears), and sometimes it sounds like very faint music.  It’s no … Continue reading

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