Mom. Wife. Writer. Reader. I write romance. I also write UF as J.C. Daniels.
I had these signed for me by Nora Roberts when I signed with her at TTP... (choke, gasping...my heart still stops when I think about that). They are my keeper shelf. This one was my favorite. Ryder is a gruff, abrupt ass and that's very often my favorite kind of hero to read. I liked this one the best.
Some cool news... Blade Song is the Book of the Week on iBooks this week! This means... it's free! If you haven't tried my alter-ego out, now is the time. This is urban fantasy, not romance, although there is a romantic aspect to it.
I hate telling this story. Just the thought of doing so, of exposing my past to even a handful of other people, makes me feel sick to my stomach. But with Goodreads' change in policy occurring and the word "bullying" being slung around so casually, I think it's time.
Happy Hobbit Week!
Some believe it is only Great Power that can hold evil in check. But that is not what I have found. It have found that it is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.
I enjoyed it for the most part. I guessed the killer from the get go. I tend to do that with a lot of books so that's not a problem. The main issue I had was that nobody keyed into him sooner. It seemed that somebody should have-he was written skeevy enough that he should have set off alarm bells to somebody.
Other than that, I enjoyed it. Hero and heroine were likable, the romance was believable and the overall plot worked. I'll definitely check more of her stuff out.
On the top of your homepage you’ll notice your navigation bar.
This will bring up your Settings page.
Now Scroll down a bit until you see this:
That’s going to bring up the template customization page. In the upper left hand corner, you’ll see this:
Once that is done, beneath the above posted menu you can scroll down. Do so until you find this:
DON’T FORGET TO CLICK SAVE!!!
Now comes the fun part, making that image static. Click on the Edit HTML button.
This is going to split your screen, with your blog showing below and the code window at the top. Don’t freak out. Scroll down through the code until you find these lines:
Now, where you see the green word ‘repeat’, replace that with ‘fixed’. It should now look like this:
DON’T FORGET TO HIT SAVE!
Okay, so as you’ll notice in the screenshot above there’s a drop down menu with the word Blog selected. In order to assure that your background is fixed for all your pages you have to select that drop down and repeat the code change for each one listed:
DON’T FORGET TO HIT SAVE FOR EACH ONE!!!
Good luck, everyone. Hope this helps!