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For The Love Of Pasta

I'm happy at the moment, because it's almost time for my lunch break and I have leftover pasta. I love pasta. I never tire of it.

It's really a perfect food. It's versatile and can be prepared any number of ways. The only limit is your imagination.

It comes in countless different shapes, including some really unusual ones like ears, shells, and flowers.

And, it tastes damn good.

There's nothing I wouldn't do for a bowl of pasta. What's your favorite way to eat it?

First Review For Kiss Of The Fairy

From Ophelia at Erotic Escapades...

Kiss of the Fairy by Alecia Monaco is a delightful St. Patrick’s Day story. The entertaining mix of fairies, pixies, and goddesses held my attention until the very last sentence. The characters, whether mystical or real, are likable and amusing. Siobhan is a woman longing for love, but has settled for bringing love to the lives of others. I feel the same way when I set people up, but never meet my own Mr. Right. Patrick is a hard-working man who wonders why the right woman never crosses his path. This sexy Irishman can stumble across my path any day of the week.

My turn!

Wow! I'm in awe of Kate, Emma, and Cat! I just loved reading their thoughts about writing, authors, and Buffy. Of course, most people who know me know I have a special affinity for Angel. I never missed one episode of that show the entire time it was on television. Tried Bones. Not really impressed.

Anyhoo, moving right along. I think every author at one time has seen a movie and thought, "geesh, I wish I'd written that" or "if only I could write like that". Those are what I call "wishIcoulda" moments. And for me, those are the moments I allow myself to wallow in self-doubt, wondering if I'm actually on the right career path. I mean, we never know, do we?