Romance Writers Weekly


It’s Tuesday again and time for our hop. We are really glad you’re here. It is so nice of you to join us today!

Here is this week’s challenge:

If you could live in any sitcom on TV past or present, which one would it be? Why? What character would you be?

This was an easy answer for me. Ted Lasso. I just love that show. It is rich and complex, funny and poignant, with wonderful characters and a storyline that never disappoints. And the character I would choose to be? Keeley.

Unapologetic, kind, smart and loving. Enough confidence for three people and a wonderful friend. I try to be all those things, but no one does it better than Keeley. Her old boyfriends are still in love with her and that says a lot.

She takes total responsibility for her actions and refuses to regret her decisions when they harm no one else. And she never holds a grudge that I’ve seen. Her office manager was not even polite to her most of the time, but Keeley bought her a gift when the company folded and welcomed her back when it re-started. Why? Because Keeley sees the good in people. What a gift.

Yes, if I could choose, it would be Keeley. But since I can’t be her, I’ll just try harder to be more like her.

Now let’s pop over to the amazing Brenda Margriet.

But first – look what’s available for pre-order…

The final book in the Silverberry Seduction Seasoned Romance Series – Too Good for Words

After more than two decades as a stay-at-home mom, Penta Potter’s life is at a crossroads, her future stretching emptily ahead. When her youngest son vandalizes a local motorcycle mechanic’s garage, confronting the forbidding yet compelling owner sparks deliciously wicked longings.

Since his release from prison twelve years ago, Cash Rylance keeps his head down and his nose clean. He has no business aching for a fiercely protective, sweet-lipped, divorced mother of four. If he promises to keep his hands to himself, maybe she will help him be the dad his estranged daughter deserves.

A fake relationship between these two restless hearts seems the perfect route to take…until their improbable plan detours toward a totally different destination.


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