Originally posted on Claire Gem, Author:
Some pretty strange stuff has happened in my life in the past few days, so I’m doing what we writers do: I’m writing about it. The truth is, my present work-in-progress has taken a hit. A rather dramatic, fiery one. My next ghost-romance, Spirits of the Heart, was progressing…
When a patient flat lines on an OR Table, it’s a depressing thing for those trying to save him and pain for the patient’s family. It was quite another when Dr. Derek Shepherd, aka McDreamy, was sent to the morgue on Grey’s Anatomy. Millions of people mourned his passing after he was killed on the ABC drama.
Texas is a large state and has many areas to visit. It’s a great place to go for quick getaways as well as for vacations of any length. There are three areas I like to visit in the spring where flowers almost define the area of the state you’re in.
Millions of views watch reality television every day. I am not one of them. The two I did watch this year were enough to turn me off after the first episodes.
Recently, I got sick. Very sick. Probably the sickest I’ve ever been with a hemoglobin that dropped to one third of what it should be. Several days in bed in the hospital getting blood… Just what the doctor ordered.
CALL THE MIDWIFE calls to my heart and is one of my all time favorite shows and books. Maybe it’s because the story takes place during an era of renewal after a war that affected people world-wide. Maybe it’s because Jennifer Worth’s memoir of East End London in the 1950s is a warm and endearing story about an RN. Maybe it’s the highs and lows of midwife life in the Docklands of the East End in London. There were three books about Jennifer Worth’s experiences as a midwife. They are humorous, sad, and thought provoking and you won’t forget them.
oday is Saint Patrick’s Day in the US. All over the country, the shamrock, the color green will reign with celebrations, parades, and the color green will be seen everywhere from bars serving drinks, to the fountain outside the White House in Washington.
Originally posted on Romance Novels for the Beach:
I must say I was a bit surprised at how much I actually enjoyed this book. Don’t get me wrong, the synopsis definitely caught my interest, but whenever we have a romance novel revolving around a prince I become somewhat hesitant. After all, there are only so…