Archive for 'love'

“It is a truth universally acknowledged . . .”

“. . . that love is complicated.” What a fun graphic delineating the romantic relationships in Pride and Prejudice.

Graphic: Pride and Prejudice romantic relationships, via Shmoop

via the Jane Austen Centre

Speaking of Jane Austen, you may also enjoy my Bookish post on why she is a huge source of inspiration to romance novelists everywhere.

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Thinking with love of mothers everywhere. 
Photo: a mother elephant and her baby, trunks intertwined

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Defying the stereotypes

“I also got you a cupcake.” :)

"You defy the stereotypes": an illustration by Guy Kopsombut

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Today’s joy

This sweet fluffy little peanut-buttery face is giving me epic joy today.

Photo: a peanut-buttery puppy, via WeRateDogs on Twitter

via WeRateDogs on Twitter

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Cycles of Love

New love, selfish love, crazy love . . . A beautiful (and fun!) illumination by Grant Snider.Comic: "Cycles of Love" by Grant Snider

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“Like a riot in the heart”

I thought you might like to see my Twitter header. It has one of my all-time favorite quotes on it. (An especially apt one for a romance writer.)

Graphic: Lisa Berne's Twitter banner: "Unbiddable, ungovernable, like a riot in the heart"

Also, I love the font, even though the commas look sort of like jumbo cashews.

Are you on Twitter also? Let’s connect!

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“You are always beautiful to me”

I love this.Comic: "You are always beautiful to me" by Guy Kopsombut

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“I want to tell you how I feel”

“Let me come out and say it . . .” A beautiful love-letter by Grant Snider.Illustration: "Love Letter" by Grant Snider

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To sleep, perchance to dream . . .

Mary Balogh posted this on Facebook. And I got all dreamy-eyed.

Photo: a charming, rustic sleeping nook, whose walls are lined with books

 

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Tea, please

When your great strapping teenager is laid low with a cold, but still wants tea in his favorite mug.

Photo: a cute "bear" mug

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