Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Getting to Know You.

It's been about a year and a half since I created this blog and I'm all the way up to 90 followers! W00T! Now I must confess that I check out all your profiles and I enjoy getting to know more about you. One surprising thing I've noticed is that despite my blog's subject being predominately Paranormal Romance....though I frequently deviate... many of you read and write different things. I have followers that write horror, fantasy, science fiction, and all subgenres of romance... including inspirational!

It warms my heart to see such a variety and I think it helps make this blog more interesting. Now I would like to thank you all for your support and feedback on my posts. I would also like you to let me know what you write and what you read so I can better tailor my posts to be useful or at least entertaining to everyone.

Again, thanks so much and big hugs to you all!

P.S Be sure to stop by on Friday for a Special Guest post from debut author, REBECCA ZANETTI and a chance to win a copy of her shiny new release, FATED!!!


  1. Fuckwittery and Asskickery, branching out into the Fucktacular Ol Skool Epic Fantasy....i need a shorter name for that. Oh well. I rock out with my literary cock out!


  2. LMAO!!! We shall call it, "FAFOSEF!"

  3. I'm number 91. Glad to find you. I love following aspiring writers, of almost any genre.

    New follower...


  4. YAY! Welcome! I love getting to know new writers. :)

  5. I think we can all learn from each other. We can't get that specific, if we write we need to include all viewpoints. It only makes us stronger! Congrats on 90+ followers. :D

  6. As soon as I saw your comment on Roni's post that you cussed a lot I HAD to come visit you! I have a NYC cab driver mouth in real life, but I put a thick filter on it in public ;D

  7. YAY! Good to meet you. I had thought I was doing okay online until I googled myself and discovered that twitter has a thing called "cursebird" that displays all your tweets containing profanity. It was a sobering experience. I changed my twitter handle and repented.