During the holidays my husband I will be traveling to visit his mom. She’s 89, and still lives alone. We’re expecting a big family Christmas, attended by just about everybody.
So, I won’t be online much. But fear not! I still have blogs planned. I hope you’ll visit and take a look:
Monday, Dec. 22 — A guest post by Angie Sargenti on mail order brides and catfishing (pretending to be someone you’re not to strike up a romance). She’ll have an excerpt from her historical spanking romance, The Cowboy and the Mail Order Bride.
Wednesday, Dec. 24 — Recommended Reads. Those books I read in November AND December that rate at least 4 stars.
Friday, Dec. 26–An excerpt from Reasonable Doubts, the next Rod and Cane Society spanking romance to release on January 13, 2015.
Tuesday, Dec. 30—The fourth annual Best Books of the Year Awards. From all the monthly recommended reads, these were the best.
Coming in 2015, in addition to Reasonable Doubts, I’ll have a brand new sci-fi/fantasy romance, The Goddess’s Curse, part a new series called Heartmates. I will also have another Rod and Cane romance–and a couple of other books still in the planning stages. If you’d like to be notified of these releases when they happen, sign up for my New Release Newsletter. You’ll only receive an email when I have a new book out (four to six times per year) and you can unsubscribe at any time. By subscribing now, you’ll also be entered into a drawing for a Rod and Cane coffee mug. Supplies are limited, so enter now because when the mugs are gone, they’re gone.
Have you joined Tsu.co?
Tsu, pronounced “Sue” is a new social marketing. Supposedly the organizers intend to share advertising revenue with members in a multi-level marketing manner. That says “pyramid” to me and makes me wary. However, Tsu is looks and feels very similar to Facebook. And with Facebook tightening up who can and can’t see its business/fan page posts, Tsu seems to offer an alternative. So I joined.
Tsu membership is by invitation only. If you’re interested in joining, you can click on my link and that will get you in. Then you can friend or follow me if you’d like.
Two suggestions: One, I recommend you browse through Tsu’s FAQs. It will help to explain what it’s all about. Two, Tsu will ask for your birthday to verify you are an adult. I recommend you not put in your real birth date. A birthday (along with mother’s maiden name, social security number, etc.) is one method used to verify identity. I don’t think it’s a good idea to spread your birth date all around the internet (BTW, that applies to FB too!)