Sep. 2011

Humor Me and Humour Me

How did September come around so quickly? The summer has been a scorcher, but it is cooling down. Since I’m not a fan of the cold, I’m keeping it hot with humor. Though Canada follows the “English” spelling of humor with a “U”, I’ll be using the two words interchangeably. No matter how you spell it—it means the same thing, and I want you to laugh, have fun, and enjoy September on my blog.

Sep 1st – We kick off the humor with George in London by Tim Queeney.

Sept 10th – A King in a Court of Fools by Larry Enright officially launches.

Sept 21st – Particulars of Dear Hef  by George Pappas are revealed.

Don’t miss the details of these fabulous NEW releases!

      

Musical Mondays will have songs that tickle your funny bone, and all the lady authors I’m interviewing have a wonderful sense of humour. They write romance, erotica, and dark tales, but on more than one occasion, I’ve laughed with each of them.

So, have fun, laugh lots, and I wish you all a splendid September.

As always, I’m delighted you dropped by and hope you come back often.

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September Highlights

Sept 1 – Preview of comic historical, George in London

Sept 2 – Interview with romance author Reena Jacobs 

Sept 5 – Musical Mondays – Focus

Sept 7 – Guest blog by the ever-amusing Tim Queeney

Sept 9 – Interview with Tonya Kinzer, erotia romance author

Sept 10 – A King in a Court of Fools  is launched

Sept 12 – Musical Mondays – Right Said Fred

Sept 16 – Erotica novelist, Jemima Valentino, is interviewed

Sept 19 – Musical Mondays – Flight of the Conchords

Sept 21 – George Pappas reveals details of Dear Hef

Sept 23 – Amelia James, multi-published romance author is interviewed

Sept 26 – Musical Mondays – Eric Idle (Life of Brian)

Sept 27 – Jason McIntyre introduces us to his novella “Bled”

Sept 27 – Blogging at BIWP – How Twitter Improved my Sex Life

Sept 30 – Interview w/ “Empress of the Dark,” author Rebecca Treadway

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