One day in April of 1930, the BBC went on the air and reported that there was no news that day. So, they played piano music instead. Wouldn’t that be a nice change of pace?
I’m already counting down the days until the 4th annual Utah Chapter’s Romance Writers of America Readers lunch on Oct. 13. I’ll be attending and hosting an author’s table, so come join us at the Davis Conference Center. Register today!
Sometimes going above and beyond at your job can pay off in ways you would never imagine! What’s awesome is that she didn’t do it for any reward.
You’ll never regret getting back up.
If you are someone who loves to read and enjoys a juicy novel to end a mundane day, you need to pick up one of my historical romance novels.
My novels aren’t your ordinary historical romance books either, they are filled with intrigue, maidens, and of course, handsome rogues.
For instance, settle in with one of my favorites Knight Quests: The Knights of the Swan Book #2 starring Sir Drem and Brigitte; check out this passage:
It’s so good to see you again, umm…
There’s a Scottish word for the panic you feel when you have to introduce someone whose name you forgot: tartle.
“Morning without you is a dwindled dawn.” – Emily Dickinson
“If you work really hard and you’re kind, amazing things will happen.” ~Conan O’Brien https://www.littlethings.com/single-dad-bike-guy-new-smile/
OK U.S. history buffs, let’s see if you know the answer to this week’s trivia question. Now, we all know Alaska and Hawaii were states 49 and 50, but do you know which state was the 48th to join our country in 1912? (The answer’s hidden below.)
Of all the states you’ve visited, which one’s been your favorite?
Need a break today? We’re thinking about warm weather and ideas for spring and summer goodies. Blueberries are in season this month, and this Blueberry Lime Salsa is quick to whip up for a party or for a family dinner!