Archive for 'fun'

Your colorful majesty!

“The Queen of Pantone,” says @RaminNasibov on Twitter. This image gives me what is probably a crazy amount of joy, but there you have it."Queen of Pantone," via @RaminNasibov on Twitter

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My kind of bird

And quite possibly my spirit animal, too. :)

Photo: a seagull sitting on top of a "no seagull" sign.

via @landpsychology on Twitter

 

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Happy New Year!

Do you have any resolutions? I’m sharing mine on my Facebook page.

Art by Katie Daisy: "I dwell in possibility"

Art by Katie Daisy

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“They’re all empty!”

May your holidays be as bright. :)Comic: "Best Christmas ever"

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Which Jane Austen characters . . .

. . . would I invite to a holiday party? All of them, of course. It would certainly be — as Austen herself might say — vastly amusing!

Graphic: "Which Jane Austen characters would you like to invite for Christmas?"

Speaking of Austen — one of my favorite all-time authors — I recently wrote a fun little post for Bookish called “How Jane Austen Continues to Inspire Romance Authors.” Click here to check it out.

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Halloween recap

It’s Thursday, which means it’s Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! Would you like to join us? Please do. :)

Image: Halloween recap

 

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Happy weekend!

Here are some great ways in which to spend it. :)

Illustration: "50 Ways to Take a Break"

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A two-sentence horror story

Goodreads asked, and I answered. Read on if you dare!Graphic: "Can you tell us a two-sentence horror story?" Question via Goodreads, answer via Lisa Berne

To see more of my Goodreads Q&As, and to follow me there, click here.

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Reality, or . . .

. . . anything else? Happy weekend. :)Comic by the Awkward Yeti: Reality/Anything Else

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“. . . where would you be?”

It’s Thursday, which means it’s Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! I love this question which Goodreads recently shared. Graphic: "If you were transported to the setting of the book you're currently reading, where would you be?" Via Goodreads

Would you like to join us? Do stop by. :)

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