Monday, October 10
Sorry, but the image containing the Monday's Muse has been removed from this blog so as not to violate any copyright issues. Thanks for your understanding!
First let me thank everyone who took the time to leave a comment on my "Likes & Dislikes " post. I enjoyed reading all of your thoughts. There were two common themes. Don't mess with the Muse :) and you all like diversity in your Romance reading. Not to worry, my friends, Monday's Muse is going to continue to greet you on Monday. I need it as a pick me up just as much as you do!
This week's Muse was chosen because there is a book that comes out somewhat soon that I can't wait to read...matter of fact I'm craving it like you wouldn't believe :) Any guesses? And while we're at it do you think jeans that zip, or button fly are sexier...me I don't really care...especially when the top button is already undone :)
This week at Seductive Musings:
- Tuesday: Historical Romance author Eileen Dreyer will be my guest to celebrate the release of Always a Temptress...I'm hoping to get a few pointers from the heroine :)
- Wednesday-Friday: I'd like to say I will have some reviews for you, but the way my life has been going recently I'm not even going to attempt to make any promises. I can only hope and dream that maybe after this week thing's might have some semblance of normality.
- Tempting Trailer: This week's tempting trailer is for Bertrice Small's new Highland Historical Romance, Bonds of Passion. Several of Ms. Small's older romances are on my keeper shelves, and while I haven't enjoyed some of her newer ones as much, I just can't seem to stop myself from picking up her new releases each time they come out :) Since this is set in the Scottish Highlands during the time period that I love, of course I'm very eager to read it! And while the music in the video is catchy...doesn't seem to go with the mood of the book. Hmm.
Also of Interest:
- Are you a history lover like myself? If so you might enjoy author Gillian Bagwell's blog. All this month she is sharing her research adventures of her new historical fiction novel, The September Queen (gorgeous cover!). She's exploring the daily events during the six weeks King Charles II was on the run...trying to escape from England after the Battle of Worchester (September 3, 1651). This obviously ties in to the book, which is the story about Jane Lane & how she saved the King. Way to go Jane!
Apparently last week was book release feast, whereas this week it is famine :) Maybe that's a good thing considering how expensive your book orders may have been at the beginning of the month. Nevertheless, I'd like to congratulate all of the authors with new releases this week, especially Musings author Helen Scott Taylor!
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