Friday, September 22, 2006
"Forget the candy and the romantic candlelight dinner. Start a new Valentine’s Day tradition."
Tell me that doesn't so sound like something that belongs on those first pages of a paperback edition where the publisher is trying to convince you not to put the book back down on the shelf!
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
According to our patented JawamaticTM technology, you are most like Chewbacca in personality.
Chewbacca epitomises the idea of a "gentle giant" -- someone whose stature is intimidating but who is actually very kind and caring. In many ways he's very similar to Han Solo, his best friend, but he's much more comfortable with his emotions.
Chewie is, in a word, sweet.
(The polar opposite of Chewbacca is Darth Vader.)
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Wednesday, September 13, 2006
Yes gentle readers, it's true...Someone other than Phaze has been talked into the ludicrous idea of paying me. I can understand paying Alessia...but me? I guess they don't realize just how starved for attention I really am...
Monday, September 11, 2006
Sunday, September 03, 2006
Some highlights from her review:
"The writing duo Alessia Brio and Will Belegon are at it again with the third edition to the series started originally by Alessia."
"This story is filled with much more action and adventure than you can ever imagine. I sat in amazement after reading the enormous amount of creativity that was put into this ebook."
"The story ... starts off on a humorous tone, but then soon introduced an action packed plot and adventure for Amanda and Bruce as they head to South America to uncover the truth about an Incan artifact that was generously donated to Erotique, (Amanda's sex toy shop and museum) by a lover of Amanda's late aunt."
"One thing that I enjoyed about this ebook was that ... I could clearly and vividly visualize the story as I read it."
"In terms of the sexual heat of the story, it was well balanced, considering how well the story was written."
"One thing that I admire about the story is that the relationship and love between Amanda and Bruce seems realistic and is displayed in the skillful use of dialog between the two characters.
"The story was outstanding."
About the only thing Natasha didn't like was something that Alessia and I intend to fix if a hoped for opportunity comes in, so I didn't find a whole lot to dislike in this. Of course, that's why I want to crow about it here!