Shannon Stacey

Archive for March, 2010

Today, I’m traveling

Today’s post can be found at Access Romance! I’m talking about sequels written by somebody other than the original book’s author, and I hope you’ll stop by and chime in!… Read More »

New England’s ugly days

Our snow is all gone now and so begins those ugly days between snow cover and spring green. Everything’s brown. And dead. And matted. All the crap people didn’t get around to picking up before snow fell is revealed again.

Also revealed are the bad gardeners among us, who didn’t weed and properly put to bed their gardens before hard frost. Not surprisingly, that includes me.

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TV round-up in lieu of actual content

I have Sudafed-brain today, so I’m just going to babble about television. I love TV. Sometimes I remind myself I could get a lot more writing done if I didn’t watch television at night, but then I laugh at myself. No TV? Seriously? So what am I watching?

Amazing Race: This is still our favorite show, hands down. I don’t strongly dislike anybody yet this season, but my early favorites are the cowboys, Jet and Cord. If I had … Read More »

Taming Eliza Jane, now for Kindle

Taming Eliza Jane is finally available for Kindle!

It’s been a constant source of annoyance for me (and readers) that the second book in the series, Becoming Miss Becky, was available digitally on Amazon, but the first wasn’t. Now it is!… Read More »

This morning’s adventure in chicken feet

If you’ve known me a while, you know that while I’m afraid of everything from potato peelers to moving a sleeping cat, my one true deep, dark phobia is chicken feet. Not chickens. Just the feet.

This morning, after dropping the Short Kid off at school early for his Student Council meeting, I popped into the grocery store to rummage up something for supper tonight. I didn’t bother with a cart, just went straight to the meat department to see … Read More »

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