Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Valentine's "To Do" List



1. Read a book by Ian Kerner, Ph.D (See "Valentine's PSA" blog)
2. Treat yourself to Smart Bitches Who Love Trashy Novels, some of the best romance ranting, reviewing, and writing on the web.
3. Read your favorite erotic passage aloud to someone you love -- preferably someone who loves you, too -- and watch what happens. Probably a good idea to do it in private, or at least in only a semi-public place, which can be, actually, quite exciting.
4. Read "Almost a Gentleman," by Pam Rosenthal, or anything by Robin Schone.
5. Enjoy photo of Clive Owen as King Arthur.



Encore! It's good to be me. Just got a delicious little giftie from Avon/HarperCollins announcing their new "Red" line of erotic fiction. I'm a big fan of erotic romance and wonder: how will Avon stack up against my girls Brava and Ellora? I'll just nibble on the chocolate bar that came with "If This Bed Could Talk," and see...

5 comments:

amy*skf said...

Helloooo Clive. Can I just say Hellooo Clive. Okay--I'd love to hear about the new red line, I have made only a few forays into erotica--Emma Holly's Strange Attractions is great--and I do love reading passages to my guy.

Sylvia Day said...
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Sylvia Day said...

"how will Avon stack up against my girls Brava and Ellora?"

I write erotic romance for all three publishers, so I'm hoping you think they stack up well. :)

I'm so thrilled you enjoyed BAD BOYS AHOY!. Thank you for an awesome review.

Michelle Buonfiglio said...

You're welcome, Sylvia. Easy to write good stuff about good books. Out of all the bad boys in "Bad Boys Ahoy," I think my favorite is Lucien. I love the way he talks and thinks. And that scene in the garden at the ball? Always my favorite type of love scene...

Sylvia Day said...

You know, so far, everyone who has stated a preference has loved Lucien best. :) I have a soft spot for him, too.