Sickness – be gone with you!

So, it’s the middle of summer…what is with the intestinal/stomach virus crud that is making the rounds??  I’m tired of it already!  I don’t like my schedule being impacted in this way.  Geez, I had to miss my zumba class last night.  Horror!  (Seriously, it’s fun and  a great workout).

Given I have so little energy or motivation, I have been reading.  Thank you Sydney Croft for the Storm series – I love it.  Feel free to write a couple (or several) more books.  I enjoyed Wyatt’s story immensely – almost as much as Remy’s.  Plus, you had to keep us in suspense – who is Dev’s new love going to be??  Although he will never replace Oz, he deserves someone in his life romantically.  Oh, and a big “thank you” for Ani and Creed.  I don’t want to spoil anything for those they may not know *wink*

Let’s see… what else have I read… oh, I am finally up to starting Jonas’ book – the last in the Feline Breed series by Lora Leigh.  I’m kind of worried – some of the reviews on weren’t very good.  I’ve been looking forward to the lucky girl who will turn Jonas’s world upside down.  Plus, I want to read about him going through the mating heat.  He seems to be able to dish it out, but can he take it??

Oh, and in case you haven’t noticed, I am totally hooked on Twitter.  I’m so psyched that the Black Dagger Brothers and their shellans have joined Twitter and Facebook.  Beware – some of the postings are rather hawt and definitely for those 18 and older.  Check out some of Saxton and Blay’s posts – wow!  This may actually make surviving a bit easier until J. R. Ward’s next installment comes out.  Last I heard was spring for Payne and Manny’s story.  Evidently, the book following Covet (Crave, maybe?) comes out in October.  BTW, is anyone familiar with J. R. Ward writing under another name?  Yes, I know there is a 1o cent word for that, but I have no idea how to spell it.  I thought I saw something the last time I was at Border’s, but since I didn’t make a note of it, the title/author has slipped through one of the holes in my memory.

Well, I hate to cut this short, but I’ve had some good dreams lately that are serving as inspiration for my fledgling novel.  Got to get those ideas on paper (or computer) before they are gone.  Unlike my virus, I’m sure they will be gone much more quickly if I don’t make note of them!


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