Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Gone Fishin'

So I'm off to the Romance Writers of America's National Conference in Atlanta for the rest of the week. Should be lots of fun--schmoozin', meetin', learnin', noshin'....

This is the one time a year I get to see some of my best friends and get to be surrounded by 1700 people (mostly women) who love to read and write as much as I do. It's going to be a lot of fun.

I'll be back on Monday...so while I'm gone, you can tawk amongst yer-selves. Here are a couple of conversation starters for ya...
  1. What's up with Suri Cruise? Why haven't we seen her?
  2. When will Britney dump K-Fed?
  3. Is You, Me, & Dupree worth seeing?
  4. What did you think of Lady in the Water?
Okay, that's it. See you when I get back!

6 Comments:

Blogger Elizabeth Byler Younts soliloquized...

1-I think Tom's devotion to Scientology is keeping poor Katie and Suri under wraps. I've read they won't even let their friends come and see her!

2-Brit & K-Fed...who knows.

3-I don't think I'll go see Dupree, but I'm sure it's full of laughs.

4-I am excited to see Lady in the Water. M Night Shamalan is amazing!

**Have a great time at the conference!!!

*EBY

Tuesday, July 25, 2006 3:11:00 PM  
Blogger Heather Harper soliloquized...

I think they had a CYlon baby adn that is why they are keeping it a secret.

;)

Tuesday, July 25, 2006 4:19:00 PM  
Blogger Stacy Dawn soliloquized...

1. If they are smart they will keep her out of the limelight

2. Maybe they deserve each other

3. Doesn't look worth it to me

4 Undecided

Have a great time and lots of fun!

Tuesday, July 25, 2006 7:32:00 PM  
Blogger Heather Dawn Harper soliloquized...

Ack. My typing is hideous.

That would be Cylon baby.

And for those of you scratching your heads, I'm referring to BSG (Battlestar Galactica).

Becuase of Aliens and Scientology. (Not so funny when I have to explain it, huh?)

Wednesday, July 26, 2006 11:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Annie from OC soliloquized...

I am going to be a complete rebel and not respond to anything on the list! HA!

Instead, I noticed you're currently reading The Virgin's Lover. I read that earlier in the year and am now in the middle of The Other Boelyn Girl. I was wondering how you (and others) are liking (have liked) the book.

For myself, I liked the story but despised the characters. Elizabeth seemed TOO whiny, Robert seemed TOO much the fool, and Amy seemed TOO naive and childish. I wish they could have seemed more balanced. I'm enjoying the one I'm reading now; I think the characters are much more dimensional.

*shrugs* And that was my attempt at a discussion.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006 12:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous soliloquized...

Hey Ya'll! It's me popping in from Sunny Hot Humid Atlanta.

Having a great time, and thanks to you for keeping my blog hopping while I'm gone.

Annie, I just read The Queen's Fool, which is the only other book by Philippa Gregory I have read, and I really liked it--except that the love story wasn't believable to me. (The love story between the Queen's Fool and her guy.) It seemed too tacked-on and not believable at all.

I am only in the beginning of The Virgin's Lover, and I find I have to take breaks in reading these books. It's all right so far; but I'm just getting to know Elizabeth.

I will say, however, that the Queen's Fool made me very sympathetic to Queen Mary!

See you when I get back...my t-shirts are awesome. :-) I'm wearing them in many of the pictures--I think Jana DeLeon has some on her blog. (http://janadeleon.blogspot.com)

--Colleen, who couldn't remember her password to log in and post "officially"

Friday, July 28, 2006 12:59:00 PM  

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