IMG_4512Hubby and I went out to Smokey Bones for his birthday lunch yesterday. He got a free Leaning Tower of Chocolate cake (should be called the Leaning Tower of Cardiac Arrest and Ass Fat cake…).





IMG_4515The cake was not a lie…but the cake, alas, won the battle. And yes, that was the before and after, with BOTH of us taking a crack at it.

Of course it was on top of a huge lunch, so…just sayin’.

So happy birthday to The World’s Greatest Husband(TM). I couldn’t do it without you, honey. 🙂 I love you.


I picked him up a copy of Fifty Shades of Chicken for his birthday. Both because he’s been expanding his culinary talents, and I’ve been wanting the book because it’s hysterical (friends got a copy and told me it was funny). There’s also a What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner?: The Answers to Life’s Everyday Question (in 50 F*@#ing Recipes) cookbook I have my eye on, as well as The Snacking Dead: A Parody in a Cookbook

Less than 24 hours until Things Made Right (Suncoast Society 16) goes live! (You can pre-order it…) And yesterday, both Click (Suncoast Society 17) and the Love Slave for Two bundle went on pre-order. Woot! 🙂 And Three Dog Night (Triple Trouble 3) is available in audiobook format now. 🙂


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The birthday Hubster (yesterday).
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3 thoughts on “The birthday Hubster (yesterday).

  • February 20, 2015 at 3:13 am

    Just downloaded “Things Made Right”, I have my coffee, the aircon is on to survive this 40C (108F) heat – I am hibernating and going to read now. Have “Click” on preorder…. THANKYOU! I appreciate your hard work ((hugs)) 🙂 Enjoy your day – hope it is warming where you are!

  • February 20, 2015 at 6:10 am

    Okay, back again, along with a couple of coffee’s – I have just finished “Things made Right”. This is a story that it is hard to say I liked it as the issue it covers aren’t necessarily of the nice sort. But being loved that much, oh yeah! I think most people have a story to tell, one they live with which has a layer of sadness, which is a trauma they can never completely leave behind, one that bites them on the butt from time to time, whenever they hear of something similar happening to someone else. It is good to read more of Ross and Loren’s story – thankyou for giving it to us. I am thankful for the love of my life, my rock, my shield, my personal cheer squad who has been beside me as my strength in my moments of weakness – for 40 years next month! Have a good day!

  • February 20, 2015 at 9:49 am

    @Vanessa – Thank you! 🙂 Yes, their story kind of shocked me when Loren let some of it slip at the end of “A Very Kinky Valentine’s Day.” I just sat there with chills when it happened. (Such is the life of a pantster writer. LOL)

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