My site keeps appearing and disappearing, and some touchpad function on my laptop just made me click on something accidentally and I lost the extensive RITA post I was working on.
To sum it all up, I’ve only read four of them. Only four. (I own another half-dozen of them, but haven’t read them yet.) While I do feel slightly delinquent now, I’m going to chalk it up to my reading of books filled with hot, sweaty monkey sex. (Although I was thrilled to see an erotic romance novella on the list and will be buying that collection ASAP.)
Umm…let’s see. What else can I blog about.
I signed my first book ever last night. :woot:
My neighbor had a copy of Forever Again (because apparently my Borders had five copies but was only putting them out one at a time) and she made me sign it. I felt like SUCH a dork, but it was nice that both of my neighbors picked it up even though it’s not really their cup of tea.
As soon as my library gets their copy, I’ll probably have to sign that one, too. (It’s a good thing I’ve been practicing my signature since I learned cursive, huh? *g*)
Very cool about the erotic romance on the list, Shan! I wasn’t paying attention. Guess I should!
I hear ya about the penmanship issue. However, I’ve gotten some sloppy autographs in my looooong history with romance writers and I won’t name names *whistling* but it made me feel a whole lot better about my lame autograph!
Happy signing, babes!
I read one book on the list. One. I also put this down to reading books with lots of hot sweaty monkey sex instead. :nod: Also, I read a lot of other genres. If I read nothing but romance, I would probably have read more of the RITA books.
Woooot on signing your first book! That’s terrific!
I actually hate signing books. Not the IDEA of signing books, or having books to sign, but the actual physical act of writing my name in a book. After years of typing, my handwriting is total crap, for one thing, mainly because after, oh, five or six letters, my hand cramps. Especially when I can’t lay it down flat, which you can’t when you’re signing mass market paperbacks. So the “Karen” is okay, but the “Templeton” comes out looking like it was written by a drunken Phoenician. :eyebrow:
Had I known, I would have stuck with “Berger.”:shrug:
But :thumb: on signing your first, toots. Savor the thrill.