No rest for the wicked


cleanI’ll be cutting back on blogging temporarily as I put my house in order. I’ve made commitments, so some things will still get posted each day such as the next 46 days of 100 Things Challenge.

I also have quite a handful of pre-made mini posts ready to go on my other blogs that will get posted over the next several days. To see those, check out the links below. I’m involved in several writing prompt projects all week long on my satellite blogs, so those will be posted too.

Come March, I’ll be in The Romance Reviews month long anniversary bash on my other blog. I should be done cleaning around then.

No rest for the wicked. lol 

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Another 100 Things Blogging Challenge! For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Words on the Verge of Extinction. There are 48 entries to come.

Here’s one for today:

Crassulent (adjective 1656)

very fat; grossly obese

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bee1I’m still all over the web with satellite blogs this weekend. If two things are listed for one blog, that’s one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Scroll back to see what you’ve missed. :D

Seductive Studs & Sirens & Weekend Writing Warriors
http://theancillarymuse.blogspot.com/

Saturday’s After Dark Moments & Sneak Peek Sunday
http://calliopeswritingtablet.blogspot.com/

My Sexy Saturday & Sexy Snippets
http://calliopesotherwritingtablet.blogspot.com/

Set the Scene in Six – Promo opportunity for romance authors.
Stop by my group blog and leave your six!
http://exquisitequills.blogspot.com/

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4 Us iconToday is Author Desiree Holt’s blog day.
http://romancebooks4us.blogspot.com/

The February contest is on Romance Books ‘4’ Us ends today!  One last chance to find the little cherub hidden all across the site to win. This month’s contest will have 2 winners who’ll each receive a $50 gift card for Amazon/B&N, then split the remaining prizes (randomly chosen by RB4U). Be sure to check all our pages for news about authors and their books, publishers and their books, and industry representatives. http://www.romancebooks4us.com/
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Several promotional opportunities for romance authors can be found on my Exquisite Quills group blogs. Meet the founding authors and our guests. http://exquisitequills.blogspot.com/
http://eq-recycled-reviews.blogspot.com/

Exquisite Quills Yahoo Group

Free to join in each week
Wash Line Monday ~ share your descriptions of clothing in your novel.
Tickle Us Tuesday ~ Share fun and funny snippets from your novel.
First Kiss Wednesday ~ share your best 300 word kiss.

Set the Scene in Six~ share your backdrop or lead-up on Sundays.

Book a spot
The Genesis of a Book ~ share the spark that ignited your novel.
Author Interviews ~
We’re booking late spring now.

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all7books-smallLove Waits in Unexpected Places - Scorching Samplings of Unusual Love Stories
loveWaits.cover.swhttps://www.smashwords.com/books/view/333971

Sample my love stories for free!

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Coming soon~

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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose is multi-published award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and discovering interesting things to weave into stories. She lives with her family and small menagerie amid oak groves and prairie in the rolling glacial hills of the upper Midwest.
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2 Responses to No rest for the wicked

  1. Ray G says:

    Damn the bad luck. Your bog is the highlight of my online reading.
    Just my guess, but crassulrent looks to be a combination of crass and corpulent. Just a guess. I didn’t check.

    • That’s nice of you to say, Ray. I’ll be back. You’re going to love the A to Z Challenge. My posts inspired a lot of great discussions last time I participated. My best guess on Crassulent would be crass and crapulent…a variation on a theme. Given the 1600’s time period, I think crass is used in the old form that means gros or large. I can’t check it because there aren’t any dictionaries with it that I can find other than the extinct word dictionary. Too bad we threw out my wonderful old cyclopedic dictionaries because of their bookworms. I knew I’d need that set someday.

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