Monthly Archives: February 2012

My Ideal Hero Likes Cucumbers

I debated long and hard what to write about today. And by that I mean I ate a lot of marzipan, got a headache in one side of my head, hung around in my dressing gown and watched thirteen episodes of … Continue reading

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Certified Wonktastical: Long Summer Nights by Kathleen O’Reilly

Recently, I was e-mailing my Colleagues in Wonk, and I happened to mention a hero I had enjoyed. “He’s this very crabby writer who lives in a cabin in the north woods and hates people,” I told them. “And after he … Continue reading

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A Bitch Too Far

The other day, a friend on Twitter said I ought to “…write an ex-con romance. Where the heroine’s the ex-con. And she totally did the crime. A bad one.” Sure, no problem! There are lots of ways to make even … Continue reading

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