Thursday, October 19, 2006
I love my doctor. He's smart and funny, and every time I go to see him we end up talking about classical music or wine (his thing in life next to his family). And he always asks me how my project with the hot lit is going.
Anywayz, to kill time in the waiting room, I start reading "Hard Evidence," cause Pamela Clare is here tomorrow, Oct 20 to talk about one of our favorite subjects from a new angle.
Now, I adore Clare's historicals, and "Surrender" is the novel that started my Nathan Kamp journey. But Clare has managed to do what many cannot, write contemps every bit as well as her historicals.
Pamela is a really admirable woman, and I was lucky to spend time with her at RWA. I know you'll enjoy getting to e-know her.
Why aren't there many doctor/nurse romances anymore? What are some you've liked? (Erin McCarthy's "Houston, We Have a Problem" comes to mind) Have you ever had a crush on your doctor?
I once woke up from surgery and told a doctor I loved him. Alas, his 40+ self didn't return the sentiments of a 19-year-old.
Roxanne St. Claire (another Playfriend) and "Thrill Me to Death" are featured this week on Romance: B(u)y the Book! Roxanne GuestBlogs with us Oct 27. She is a delight. :)
And let me tell you. There is a scene in a car in this week's Old Flame, "Good Girls Don't" that is one of the sexiest I've read.
Encore! Congratulazione to Stacy and Bamabelle, you've won the Pirate Treasure! Please send your snail mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In case you're wondering, the correct answers were (1) Linda Howard, Beverly Barton and Linda instead Jones, (2) private investigator, (3) she has a ripped bodice to mend and (4) Fabio Cannavaro AKA Canna.
Encore due! Grazie mille, Playfriends of Writing Playground for visiting here and sharing the swingset with me yesterday. We loved having another group of friends to play with; consider yourselves Bellas, and come back soon!
Posted by Michelle Buonfiglio at 4:21 PM