Isn't he yummy? In the book he has a scar on his neck, but my editor thought that would be off-putting in a marketing sense, so...no scar. What do you think? I like scars...aesthetically, of course. They all have a story. Some sad, some happy (like a c-section scar), and some exciting (like a cool bike wipe out that should have killed you, but didn't.) They all tell a tale. Caleb's scar is a big deal to him, and not many people know its origin. He refers to it as a constant reminder of what was done to him. And he's made it his calling card (for good or bad). He's my latest tortured hero, more sinned against than sinning. And he's ripe to find his happily-ever-after. In "Seduced by Sin", he earns it, that's for sure!
Can't wait for you to meet him! I've been told it will be released March 20th! Here's the link for it on Goodreads. www.goodreads.com/book/show/33976127-seduced-by-sin If you hit the "want to read" button, it will tell you when it's available to buy. Or you can sign up for my email. The button for that is to the upper right of this page, under the social media buttons. I use the list only for new release announcements, and giveaways, and will NEVER share. As Caleb would say, "I promise."
Meself and himself...pointing at the house I want to buy. A girl likes to dream. *sighs*
Photos by Fiona Rafferty
This is the look I get when something interests me. So...all the time. Usually, my husband will just nudge me and tell me to stop staring, but in a museum, you're basically paying to stare. Photos by Fiona Rafferty.
Some dude took the time to carve the Grand Canyon into the Encyclopedia Britannia. Impressive and, I'd think, great party conversation to have that on your resume.
The top row of this installation is the first 100 pgs of some obscure memoir with a few lines circled. The second row is using those lines to create an illustration. The third is a unique piece of art that piggybacks off the second row. Intense. Must have taken YEARS to create this. I bow down to obsession. It's scary, it's powerful, and it's hard to control, but BOOM...without it, life is vanilla.
Thank you Fiona for documenting mommy stepping away from writing to take a dive into life!
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