Sunday, February 05, 2012

Tote Bags and Blogs

Today is the first Sunday of February and that means that it's the day for my regular blogging spot over on Tote Bags 'N' Blogs   so that's where you'll find me today.

Here in the UK it's freezing cold and there's deep snowfall outside, forcing  me to keep indoors.  Which is really very appropriate weather to mark the special anniversary of an important book in my career - Game of Hazard.

Want to know more? Well that's what I'm blogging about. 

See you there!

3 comments:

marybelle said...

I said hey today.

PrincessFiona01 said...

I left a comment over on your other blog. It's a great article and very coincidental as I've just started working my way through your backlist and am ready to start on Game of Hazard. After a little detour to Return of the Stranger. I started reading it some time ago in ebook and then it vanished off my computer. Finally managed to get it sorted and had to sit down and read it. Loved it. No surprise of course. Preferred it to the original because the only thing that helps me through the emotional trauma is the knowledge of a happy ending .

Maria from 'gaelikaa's diary' said...

I've commented there very late, so I'm putting up my comment here too so you can see it!

I found my first M&B down the back of a sofa in a caravan my parents hired for a fortnight's holiday when I was about 12 years old which must have been 1975. It was called GIRL ABOUT TOWN. The heroine was Christina, the hero was Sean Savage and there was a villainous Frenchman called Remy! I remember it vividly. Sadly, I cannot remember the name of the writer. I found another book too - one by Violet Winspear called THE UNWILLING BRIDE. Heroine Ravena, hero, Marc, a Sardinian. That was thrilling stuff for a twelve year old.

I got into M&B during different periods of my adult life. I remember reading books by Barbara Delinsky and Anne Mather, Margaret Rome. Janet Dailey too is a writer which springs to mind.

Thought you might be interested to know Kate, I found an old book of yours yesterday in a secondhand shop here in Lucknow. Not very old actually, just four years! Never heard of this one, it was called 'Bedded by the Greek Billionaire'. It's in my TBR pile and I shall read it in due course....

 

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