Romance Writers Weekly


Hello and happy Tuesday. Welcome to our hop and thanks so much for joining us. Hope you are doing well and staying healthy! This week’s challenge comes from the amazing Brenda Margriet::

Let’s learn a little bit about each other.

Never Have I Ever – Book Edition

  1. Dropped a book on my face while reading

                 It’s happened. Sometimes you get sleepy…

  • Missed a meal to finish reading

                 No, because I continue reading while I eat.

  • Hated a character

                  Absolutely. And love when they get what’s coming to them.

  • Smelled a new book

                  Smell is a very important sense. So yeah…

  • Took a selfie with an author

                  On more than one occasion.

  • Listened to an audio book

                 How can you get through a long car ride or painting or other chores without them?

  • Dreamed of a book boyfriend

                 And dreamed them up as well.

  • Said the book was better

                 Of course. With some exceptions.

  • Cried while reading

                 Have you read Kristan Higgin’s newest “Pack Up the Moon”? I used up a box of tissues.

  1. DNF’d a book

                  Sadly, yes. If a book doesn’t grab me in the first few chapters, I don’t finish it.

  1. Took a book to a doctor’s appointment

                  Are you kidding? Forget the three-year-old magazines they supply. The wait would be forever

without a book.

  1. Tapped the page of a paper book to make it turn

                  Well, you get used to the digital books…

  1. Met a book model

                  Thankfully, yes.

  1. Travelled to a book event

                   Many times.

  1. Gone to a book signing

            Yes, to support my fellow authors, and I have also been a signer.

  1. Joined a book club

                   I have, but not for a while.

  1. Laughed out loud while reading

                  Isn’t that the best? Unless your partner is sleeping.

  1. Read under the covers as a child

                  Lights out just meant lights undetectable. Sometimes you just have to keep reading!

And now let’s head over to the wonderful Caro Kinkead and read her answers, but first…

Check this out!

Summer Pleasures

Even as the weather turns cooler, take one last breathe of summer. Seven tales of romance and joy under the summer sky. Available on Amazon & in KU.



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