ANNOUNCEMENTS

VIRTUALLY HERS came out Oct. 2009. Get it at SAMHAIN Publishing. VIRTUALLY ONE coming soon.
VIRTUALLY HERS OUT IN PRINT AUG 2010.

I've also made available at Amazon BIG BAD WOLF a COS Commando book, an earlier manuscript about Killian Nicholas Langley. You can sample the first five chapters right here. EBOOK now available for KINDLE, NOOK, and at SMASHWORDS for $4.99.

I appreciate all your emails. If you'd like to buy Virtually His NEW, please contact me. Thank you.



CLICK:

Big Bad Wolf Author's Note/CH. 1

Big Bad Wolf CH. 2

Big Bad Wolf Ch. 3

(more chapters on left side bar below)



To read excerpts of VIRTUALLY HERS, scroll down & click on the links on the right.



EMAIL ME AT JENN AT GENNITA-LOW DOT COM


VIRTUALLY HERS UPDATE

VIRTUALLY HERS OUT IN PRINT AUG 2010! Discounted at Amazon!

To read & comment on the poll (left column), click HERE. Thank you for all the wonderful posts there!

UPDATE: I SOLD THE SERIES TO SAMHAIN!

Here's your UBER VIRTUALLY HERS YAK THREAD!


GLow Twitter

Follow The Glow

Some readers having browser problems with the Google Followers Widget still. For now, you can still follow me through your Blogger Dashboard.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Hiding From Nora



Nora Roberts is matching donations up to $5000 for those who donate to Defenders of Wildlife. Check out the site. You can even adopt a ferret. No, not the cute ferret from yesterday ;-)...I mean, a real ferret, which is also very cute.

Meanwhile, as you can see from the pics, my mutant pom, Bad Puppy Jiggle Low, isn't happy at La Nora's penchant for boiling puppies. Yes, he's now a LOLNoraBadPuppy (TM). You know there will be more coming.

**********************

I had 3000 visitors at the blog the past few days. You know, this Internetz Speed is amazing. Already, PhotoBucket has sent me an email warning me that my bandwidth is almost gone. Now that's serious hot-linking going on out there! So if you see the Red Xs on the right side when you click on my blog these next few weeks, it's not your computer, it's me with 0 bandwidth left at PhotoBucket.

*********************

Because I want to let my readers show off that WE ARE VERSATILE people, who also enjoy the romance genre (and not just the nipples in it), I would love it if you post the title of the last NON-ROMANCE book you read. It can be fiction or non-fiction.

Mine: WHAT THE CORPSE REVEALED by Hugh Miller




Bear with me while I learn. The first button likes the POST. The second button likes the BLOG site. Please help me by "liking" me. Thanks!

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

The very last thing I read that wasn't remotely a romance was Agatha Christies "Thirteen Problems". Before that I did a complete re-read of Rex Stout's Nero Wolf series.

Phyl said...

Protect and Defend by Vince Flynn.

Jordan Summers said...

Nightside 5: Paths Not Taken by Simon Green. I LOVE this urban fantasy series.

Leiha said...

Had to think about this one for a sec, LOL. Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and the Musical Rent by Anthony Rapp

Lauren Dane said...

Spook Country - William Gibson

Not counting the reference books I read, which I WILL CITE if I use quotes from.

Marisa said...

Oh bad puppy is adowable! And Nora should not BOIL him! Even if he chews up romance books.

Deborah said...

I am reading Jodi Picoult's "Second Glance", Julia Cameron's "The Artists Way" and Sonia Choquettes "Trust Your Vibes at Work".

Deb

UNC Girl said...

Blowing My Cover: My Life as a CIA Spy by Lindsay Moran
and
Atlas Shrugged

Bunny Queen said...

I just started "The Years of Rice and Salt" by Kim Stanley Robinson and just finished Anne and Todd McCaffrey's "Dragon Fire".

Monique said...

The Eyre Affair and I loved it!

Leilani said...

Just finished Janet Evanovich's "Plum Lucky." Just started "The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne.

Ciara said...

"The Alchemist" by Paul Coelho and "What Jane Austen ATE and Charles Dickens Knew: From Fox Hunting to Whist - The Facts of Daily Life in 19th-Century England" by Daniel Pool

booklady said...

In the last month or two I've read a biography of Shakespeare, National Book Award winner The Devil in the White City, Life on the Refrigerator Door: Notes Between a Mother and a Daughter by Alice Kuipers, Spanking Shakespeare by Jake Wizner, The Door in the Hedge by Robin McKinley, and Sleeping Doll by Jeffrey Deaver. I'm currently reading Blood of the Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani.

The thing is, most romance readers I know enjoy a variety of books. I usually have a number of books going at once--one on audio, one that my husband and I read aloud together and discuss, one for my book group, and one that I read just for fun. Usually at least one of those is a young adult book, at least one is "literary", and at least one is a romance, mystery, or fantasy novel.

Jenna Bayley-Burke said...

Oh...do I have to? Mere Anarchy by Woody Allen. Go ahead and skip it.

kim said...

Last finished was Self-Made Man: One Woman's Journey into Manhood and Back by Norah Vincent

Strange notion and it was actually really interesting, makes me appreciate not being a man a little more.

kim said...

unc girl, that blowing my cover was cute, you might also like Class 11 by TJ Waters, written by a 40 year old man instead of a 20 year old woman and right after 9/11 so it was a different tone still interesting to read, but the whole book is about the class and their training

Fanciful Fern said...

Sandstorm by James Rollins. And before that Black Order, which is by the same author. It was a most "thrilling" weekend!

vanessa jaye said...

The Book of Lost Things by John Connelly.

vanessa jaye said...

Oh, dang, that's wrong! I just finished Deanna Raybourn's SILENT IN THE SANCTUARY a couple of days ago. I got the John Connelly book on my mind because I've been meaning to write a review.

Kathleen Dante said...

It was either The Academ's Fury by Jim Butcher or Serial Killers by Peter Vronsky.

e-j-a said...

I just finished 'Tegan's Way' by Tegan Wagner - amazing and so sad...

Anonymous said...

Mine was (is, since I'm still reading it) Stephen Clarke's Talk to the Snail: Ten Commandments for Understanding the French.

LadyZannah said...

Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton (did I spell it right?)

Anonymous said...

Whoops! The Anonymous reading Stephen Clarke is me -- JP. :-)

Gennita said...

You see? I don't even have to vent and rail against those who dismiss romance readers like so many bon bon eating horny housewives. Just look at all those different variety of books!

When I asked a month or so ago for you to list your real life jobs, and from that, I knew you'd all be reading interesting books!

And strange ones too...WOODY ALLEN's MERE ANARCHY? heh. There is no "mere" with Woody.

And the Snail: Ten Commandments book sounds like my kind of thing.

Good job, everyone! We spanked 'em good. ;-)

Chumplet said...

Lottery by Patricia Wood.

Nora Roberts said...

No one can hide from the all-seeing eye of Nora.

But the puppy's too cute to boil.

Just finished Terry Pratchett's Thud.

Lauren Dane said...

Ain't a damned thing wrong with horny women! Although? I SUCK at being a housewife. I think it's the horny part that helps my dude overlook my flaws at keeping house and stuff.

DAILY DOSE OF CUTE PUPPINESS

Send My Publisher A Nudge