Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Mysterious Sausage

Something struck me during all the coverage a certain book has been getting – to the point where I had to make words with my fingers about it, here. After all, it’s pretty apropos, considering. And by apropos, I probably … Continue reading

Posted in Writing Wonkomance | 24 Comments

Historical Wonktastical: Not Quite A Husband, but Quite a Wonkomance

Who says a wonkomance must languish in obscurity? This installment’s offering was the 2010 RITA┬« winner for historical romance! Popularity and acclaim notwithstanding, Not Quite a Husband┬áis a wonkomance of the first order, and it was the book that first … Continue reading

Posted in Certified Wonktastical, Historical Wonktastical | 5 Comments

Broken, But Beloved: BBC’s “Spooks” & The Inherent Sexiness of Spies

You can always tell a true “Friends” fan by the fact that she’ll proudly admit to watching all 10 seasons. She’ll know everything about every lead and be able to name cameo appearances by big-name actors, and to which plot … Continue reading

Posted in Television | 6 Comments