Don't bug me... no kidding, where did that saying come from? well...likely, insects. They ARE annoying, aren't they? Could it be we just haven't been paying them enough attention? Right now, I'm struggling to write a story where, weirdly enough, bugs are important. Well, so are the frogs of course - to saying nothing of a couple of wild orchids.What romance do YOU think has the absolutely best or most perfect background? Leave me a comment! The prize: you get to pick which e-story of mine you'd like to read.
Doesn't sound like a romance to you? It is - but the setting is important in almost any story. I am a particular fan of lakes and rivers and oceans. They offer a naturally romantic aura. So this next work, set in the woods, is a daring new venture for me.
Will it be one Dressage Cowboy? Periwinkle Way? Or the newest, brightest and shiniest thus far? Spinning the Baiji?
Thank you for all the support you've given the Climbing Rose Young Adult line of The Wild Rose Press. Our stories are still available on The Wild Rose Press website, however, since we aren't publishing new stories, our blog is no longer active. We thank you again for the time you spent with us and invite you to visit our Climbing Rose bookstore.
It's been a fun week with Nancy Lindley-Gauthier, celebrating the release of Spinning the Baiji. Today she's talking about things that bug her...well sorta! Go for it, Nancy!
Thanks for being our guest blogger this week, Nancy! I know everyone will enjoy your fab stories!