This weekend in the Saturday Evening Soliloquy, Mr. SM and I took the Muirlettes to see Wonder Woman, and they loved it. We loved it too, since it was our second time viewing the movie. We actually cried more this time than we did the first time we saw it. It really was a study in the differences between men and women, and how they view problems, find solutions, and get shit done, lol. It also left us all with a feeling of hope and determination. Toward the end of the film, Diana said "I believe in love", a great reminder that it's not just about truth, justice, and revenge. There's more than just hate and anger. And believing in love isn't a weak position, but even more so, those who deal with love are superheroes. I'm a romance writer, and I write about love. Therefore I'm a superhero - that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
I also talked about A Weekend With the Authors in Nashville July 14-16 2017 where I'll be hanging out with all the attending authors and readers. You can WIN A TICKET to the event if you visit my GIVEAWAYS page. Just sign up and you're good to go. I'll have 11 of my books in paper to share with all y'all and you can sign up to pre-order them HERE. There will be a cover reveal of WILDFIRE'S HEART, book 1 in the paranormal firefighters on July 6th, so you'll get to see it then. It will be released on July 20th through Amazon's KindleWorlds.
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On the Sunday Morning Tea, I talked about cooking this time, and we do a lot of cooking in the Muir household. I'd bought Mr. SM some new ceramic pots and pans for easy cooking and cleaning. But you can't stack these pots and pans without scratching and cracking the ceramic. So we went out and bought a hat tree to hang our pots and pans because we can't attach anything to the walls. We now have a hat-tree in our kitchen.
I have lots of stories coming from SEALs and werewolves, cowboys, and witches. So stay tuned for that and thanks for joining me this week. Happy reading!