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Friday, April 11, 2014

Spring Fever brings Sun, Outdoors, and a WHOLE LOT OF ROMANCE

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Spring and Romance Have Finally Sprung!!!

What does Spring mean to you?  Warmer weather?  Getting those white legs tanned?  Looking forward to Summer? 

All good stuff! 

To me it means planting some flowers and hope they stay alive.  

Easter and egg hunts with my grandkiddies!


Planning the summer vacation 



PLUS, my fruit tress start to blossom.  Barbeques!  Spending more time outside.  Quad rides!

As a writer, it means I can take my pad of paper and pencil and go sit outside and write, write, write.  I've always been a horizontal writer and the sunshine and cool breeze always gets my mojo going!

Here's another great thing about spring.  Marketing For Romance Writers is holding a Spring Fever Blog Hop.  So many wonderful writers are involved with some great giveaways.  If romance is your thing...this is where you want to be!

I have three romances I have written.  The Unwanted Christmas Guest, Her Cracked Heart, and Revenge, The Cowboy Way.  I am excited to give away one of my stories to one drawn commenter.  Their choice!  Please be sure and leave a comment along with your email address and hit the Spring Fever button above and visit so many other authors, and of course, their giveaways!

http://www.roosterandpigpublishing.com/new-releases
http://www.amazon.com/Penny-Estelle/e/B006S62XBY
http://www.amazon.com/Penny-Estelle/e/B006S62XBY


 


8 comments:

  1. I'm in! Books look great!
    Pam
    pdelgado10@icloud.com

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  2. Happy to jump into Spring with you. Sounds like it's the best time for you to write...good on you! I moved from Seattle to CA because the sun (in the morning, my writing time) helps me get lots of words on the page! Sunny days truly inspire me!

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    1. Same here Rolynn. Of course it won't be too terribly long before I am moaning and groaning about the heat! Poor Mother Nature - sometimes, she just can't win!

      Penny

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  3. I love watching the Tulips bloom even if it is short lived.

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    1. Shoot, Susan - Tulips only bloom in pots where I live...WAY too hot! Thanks so much for stopping by

      Penny

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  4. i love seeing the flowers bloom and being able to smell the fresh grass growing

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  5. I'm so happy to be part of this blog hop too!

    It's finally spring here in the UK and it's great to see the sunshine after all the rain.

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  6. Interesting books

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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