Tag Archives: Dirty Sexy Books

Schadenfreude

I’m off for three days, but I’m leaving you with some marvelous words I think authors and readers should be familiar with, some resources and some opinions, for what they’re worth. Schadenfreude:  Pleasure derived from the misfortune of others. Avarice:  … Continue reading

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Dippin’ my feet in magic waters.

Of course, this is a tree, but it’s a magic tree.  I took the photo on my hike yesterday after I made a wish. Because it’s also wishing tree.  The man I call the crazy poet spends time up in … Continue reading

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Hold the Presses! The Spirit of 2011 is upon me!

I’m feeling a might New Years-ish!  The approaching change looks interesting this morning! Time to recognize! For meritorious conduct in the face of wicked witches and heart attacks, Penelope, you have been inducted into the Legion of Courage, along with … Continue reading

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Happy Endings, with Rebecca of Dirty Sexy Books (no commas)

Happily Ever Afters (Julia) Typically, literary fiction does not require a happily ever after. For that matter, there is no requirement that literary fiction have a definite ending, period.  On the other hand, when it comes to genre fiction, romance … Continue reading

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Arkansas Black Apple

My new favorite apple.  I found some last year, thought they were an aberration, but they’re back!  I gathered this info from some foodie site: “Possibly raised by a settler called John Crawford in Arkansas, USA in the 1840s, and … Continue reading

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