Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tuesday’s Word

Panniers noun a large basket, esp one of a pair slung over a beast of burden one of a pair of bags slung either side of the back wheel of a motorcycle, bicycle, etc  (esp in the 18th century) a … Continue reading

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An Uncommon Sense by Serenity Woods http://www.serenitywoodsromance.com/ has one of the most refreshing heroines I’ve read in a long time. On the outside Grace Fox is a prim school mistress in buttoned up cotton, but on the inside she’s wearing a … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Vociferous adjective ▸someone who is vociferous expresses their opinion loudly and with force ▸a vociferous opinion, reply, protest, etc. is expressed loudly and with force She was so small that it would have been easier to toss her over his … Continue reading

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Unveiled was my first full-length Courtney Milan http://www.courtneymilan.com/. I picked it up after a friend recommended it, and am so glad I did. Courtney writes with such power and finesse. Her writing is, in a word, sophisticated. She is one of the masters … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Daguerreotype noun a photograph made by an early photographic process; the image was produced on a silver plate sensitized to iodine and developed in mercury vaporMy husband uses this word a lot.  I like the way it sounds.  I’m going … Continue reading

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I was looking for something light, hot, and on the short side when I picked up Kara’s Wolves by Becca Jameson http://beccajameson.com/. I got all that and more. Kara’s Wolves was superbly written with quick pacing and well-edited copy, but the … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Surfeit noun the state of being more than full verb to indulge (one’s appetite) to satiety Pasted from <http://www.onelook.com/?w=surfeit&ls=a&gt; She pondered the possibility that she’d developed some kind of hormone imbalance, perhaps a surfeit of perky little eggs.–Moning, Karen Marie (2008-05-20). … Continue reading

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