I meant to post these photos a week ago, and then got sidetracked with my RWA round-up blog and the arrival of my international books. A short while ago, I had the delightful opportunity to get together with two readers and romance fans, Jennie and Jen. They were in Chicago for a half-marathon, and we met for tea at the Drake. Tea the Drake hotel is always fantastic (they even have a harpist!), and beyond that, I had such a blast meeting with Jennie and Jen! It’s always wonderful to get the chance to meet readers and talk about books. Here are a couple of photos I thought I’d share (thanks, Jen, for the pictures!):
And the piece de resistance, we couldn’t resist taking a picture of our shoes:
He, he– I’m such a shoe girl. It truly is my weakness. : )
On another note, having finished up the revisions for A Lot Like Love, I’ve been catching up on some reading and TV/movie watching. Last week I read Slow Heat by Jill Shalvis, which I really enjoyed, and yesterday I started Abandon the Night by Joss Ware, the third book in her Envy Chronicles (I thought the first two books in the series were great and have been looking forward to this one).
In terms of television, after finishing Dexter, the Husband and I had a free slot in our TV-viewing schedule, so we decided to give True Blood a shot. (I was curious to see what all the hoopla was about.) Oh, that Vampire Bill. . . I think I’m started to get why everyone’s making a fuss over this show.
And speaking of hoopla, after hearing numerous rave reviews of the BBC series North and South, I decided to give it a try. It took me awhile to get into it, but I was hooked by the third episode and couldn’t stop watching after that point until the end. If you like romance and angst and a hero who broods–and then broods some more–this is the mini-series for you. It doesn’t top the Pride and Prejudice BBC mini-series in my book, but it’s definitely worth checking out.
So that’s what’s going on here. . . how about with you? Reading/watching anything good?