On Saturday I attended a wonderful workshop—”One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Writing Category and Single Title Romance”—presented by YA author Shelley Adina.

After the workshop Shelley told me about her chickens. Yes, you heard me…chickens. Ten real live, egg-laying hens. She also has a large collection of chicken bric-a-brac. Which reminded me of fellow Harlequin American Romance author, Marin Thomas, who collects roosters. The bric-a-brac variety. As far as I know, she doesn’t have a real one. To admire those roosters, go to Marin’s website and click on “Marin’s Attic.”

I’m also sending congratulations to Marin. Her November ‘08 Harlequin American Romance, The Cowboy and the Angel, is a finalist for a Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America’s Booksellers’ Best Award. WTG, Marin!

While I’m on the subject of great reads, do check out this month’s American Romances, on shelves today!

The Marine’s Babies
by Laura Marie Altom

Once a Hero
by Lisa Childs

The Man Most Likely
by Cindi Meyers

Her Very Own Family
by Trish Milburn

Happy reading!

Until next time,

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