I declare February 14th St. Valentine's Day...no wait. Who did that?
Feb 18, 2021 6:31 pm
Here we are in February, the month of love. And obviously, you love love! That's why you're here, reading this email and reading my books. Thank you, by the way, for reading them. :-)
Obviously, with COVID still running rampant, my husband and I stayed home and had a quiet dinner for two. He made lasagna and together we made chocolate dipped strawberries. How about you? Did you do anything special with your significant other?
Are You All Caught Up?
Meow again! I have to tell you, I was perusing mommy's books the other day and I noticed something peculiar.
There are no cats!
I was pretty upset about this, and hunted mommy down to have a chat. I really gave her the business, I even pulled out my claws and threatened her rug. Mew! Mew! mew!
She's agreed to rectify the issue right away...in her next book. Which, by the way, she is working on now. *glances around* Don't tell mommy I told you, but I know who the hero is in the next book. Wanna know who? *whispers* It's Lucifer! She's really excited about his story. And now that there will be a cat hero in there too, so am I! Well, that's all for now. Until next month...happy mews!
What I've Been Reading
I recently went on a historical romance reading binge. Wanna know what I read? The Destiny series by the amazing Beverly Jenkins. I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this series and was sad when it ended after 3 books.
Trivia Answer: At the end of the 5th century, Roman Pope Gelasius officially declared the date of February 14 "St. Valentine's Day." It wasn't until until the Middle Ages, though, that the holiday became associated with love and romance, a tradition that first started from the common belief in France and England that birds started their mating season on February 14.