Sunday, November 21, 2010

Heathcliff's Vagina

I have never seen The V***** Monologues performed. I'm sure it's wonderful, but the gynecological approach to love and even to sex is not for me. I'm a romantic. When I read Wuthering Heights, I identify with Heathcliff and his passionate, death defying love. So for me right from the start the vagina has nothing to do with it. I like to think Emily Bronte and I share that. But I confess, I have laughed at Heathcliff and myself for being so overly dramatic. A Rogue, A Pirate, and A Dry Martini is me laughing at myself and my romantic notions and yet acknowledging that it is passion that persuades the world to be better.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

TOP 500 REVIEWER GIVES "ROGUE" 4 ****

I am beyond thrilled with my two new reviews on Amazon. Both women enjoyed  everything I'd hoped my readers would. 


I think Top 500  reviewer Ms. 'Drebbles' summed it up very well when she says  "A Rogue, A Pirate, and a Dry Martini" is a love story, not only between two people but for old-time movies." 


If you're interested in reading the reviews, click on the book cover to go to Amazon. Like most writers, I write to share a piece of my world that I hope will be an enjoyable addition to your world.