A while ago I was invited by the lovely team at Shepherd.com to create a list of 5 favorite book recommendations for readers who also love my books. Here is what I chose and why. 🙂 The best romance, chick-lit, and women’s fiction books I love women’s fiction, romantic comedies, and chick-lit because they are … Continue reading what a romance author reads, and why ￼
Hello, friends! I’ll start this post with a fun fact: did you know that today is National Men-Make-Dinner Day? Yep, you read that right! Today is the perfect excuse to get your man cooking, and although the rules say that no BBQ is allowed, I say you should take what you can get. 😉 I am lucky … Continue reading Get out! Perfect heroes who cook? 🥘 🦐
When I was kid, summer seemed to last forever. Not just because I was young and had a higher tolerance for low temperatures—and in the south of Romania, where I lived, winters are vicious. But summer seemed to start earlier and end much later than it does now. This year we started having real summer … Continue reading Looking for the summer… deals!
Hi everyone! To those of you who are in the US, I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and I hope y’all make the best of today. I think it’s wonderful to have a holiday for celebrating what we are thankful for, and I’ve thought a lot about where my gratitude lies. 2020 has been a rough … Continue reading Let’s give thanks and gifts today! 🎁
Hi everyone! I'm sure most of you are on holiday this time of year, and probably don't have constant internet connection. At least this was my case, and it was completely worth it, because today when I finally got around to checking my emails, I had a huge surprise: I've learned that my book, The … Continue reading THE JOB BLOWER featured on @EzvidWiki: Witty Romance Novels With Sharp Dialogue And Clever Characters
Have you ever noticed most people are far quicker to criticize than to praise? I know it’s probably human nature, I even do it myself sometimes without wanting to, but since I was subjected to this treatment more than the average person, I learned not to be so quick to judge. I became a writer … Continue reading Is it worth admitting you made a mistake and trying to fix it?
Howdy, everyone! Sorry I’ve been MIA for a while, but I’m working on several projects at a time. I must say, trying to build a bilingual career on two continents is unexpectedly exhausting, and the rewards are slow to come! Anyway, the idea for today’s post came to me – as most brainstorms do – … Continue reading Funniest love declarations in books
Happy Saturday everyone! Thanks to my dear friend and fellow author Susan Tarr, who sent me this literary gem, I started my day rolling on the floor with laughter, and this is something I want to share with you all. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY - A husband's point of view by Pam Ayres The missus … Continue reading The weekend humor pill