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A Question…and a Winner!
Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Hey there! Just popping in between guests to let you know what’s happening here. I’m busy working on two new projects, a serialized full-length novel for Montlake (same folks who published Shattered Souls) and the next Delta Heat novel (Beau’s story–sorry, ladies, Mondo’s story comes last!). I have to make some hefty daily word counts to finish, so it’s a good thing I have so many guests lined up to keep you entertained.

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Speaking of Shattered Souls, I have the first two reviews in! See what Night Owl Reviews and Romance Junkies had to say…

“An intriguing paranormal tale that combines romantic suspense with a mesmerizing tale of otherworldly beings. The vivid image of the anomalous clue in the mirror is spine-chilling and the description of the subsequent investigation is filled with unexpected developments.”
~Top Pick, Night Owl Reviews

“Delilah Devlin has created a fascinating world of magic and the mundane in SHATTERED SOULS. A woman with the skills to hunt human predators and the supernatural abilities to deal with the paranormal world all around her, Cait is a captivating contradiction of ferocity and fragility… A terrific book, SHATTERED SOULS will leave you breathless for more. Don’t miss Devlin’s latest winner, a dark, paranormal romantic suspense from Montlake.”
~4 1/2 Stars from Romance Junkies

Thanks to everyone who bought the book! I truly hope you enjoyed it, because there’s a sequel coming soon!

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I have two new winners in the “Having an Affaire de Coeur Year” Calendar Contest! Mamakk (Feb 14) and Pam Howell (Feb 18) are winners! Ladies, send me your snail mail addresses and I’ll get a package in the mail!

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Now, here’s the question…

Is there a food you don’t like that you wished you liked?

I’d love to like Gazpacho. It looks delicious, smells wonderful and is full of lovely nutrients, but I don’t like cold soup! How about you?

11 comments to “A Question…and a Winner!”

  1. Teresa Hughes
    · February 19th, 2013 at 9:36 am · Link

    I am what I call a non-vegetarian. This means I do not like most vegetables. I eat potatoes, green beans, sweet peas and brocoli cooked Chinese style. I wish I did like vegetables because they are good for my health but I can’t stand them. In fact some of the smells from certain vegetables make me physically ill. However, I do eat vegetable soup if my husband makes it!

  2. ronnie cornett
    · February 19th, 2013 at 11:10 am · Link

    Green peppers…They’re in so many recipes of things I’d like to try but I can’t stand them!!! ❗

  3. Z
    · February 19th, 2013 at 11:18 am · Link

    Eggs, I hate eggs as a child my da would make me sit at the table for hours, crying and gagging trying to eat eggs. I ‘d have to sit there for hours before he would let me go.
    I can now eat eggs in egg salad, potato salad, quiche and omelets as long as there are tons of stuff in the last two and lots of salsa and cheese for the omelet, and sometimes I still have a very hard time getting it down.

  4. ronnie cornett
    · February 19th, 2013 at 11:26 am · Link

    Oh yeah and I hate liver…my mom would make me eat it as a child….in order to get it down I drowned it in ketchup and held my nose so I couldn’t taste it!!! ❗

  5. angel shaw
    · February 19th, 2013 at 12:34 pm · Link

    Onions…I’m allergic so I can’t eat them and that makes life very difficult for me

  6. Lisa J
    · February 19th, 2013 at 1:01 pm · Link

    Guacamole. Everyone says it’s wonderful, but I just can’t go there.

  7. Ilona
    · February 19th, 2013 at 1:14 pm · Link

    Oranges – but that’s because I used to love them but can’t eat them now that I am allergic to them 🙁

  8. ELF
    · February 19th, 2013 at 2:21 pm · Link

    I am better than I used to be but I also have very few vegetables that I like and bell peppers in particular taste metallic to me so I avoid them whenever possible. I think it is more that I wished I liked pepper because it seems that everything put out nowadays is highly seasoned and I am not a person who likes spicy things.

  9. Belinda Baker
    · February 19th, 2013 at 3:42 pm · Link

    Eggplant and Papaya. I know that’s two, but I eat almost anything and eggplant has so many good sounding recipes and papaya is a good fruit(that I think is slimy)

  10. Rachelle Lerner
    · February 19th, 2013 at 6:13 pm · Link

    I love vegetables and fruit and do like tomatoes. But, I will not eat stewed tomatoes or drink tomato juice and my husband loves them.

  11. June M.
    · February 19th, 2013 at 11:52 pm · Link

    I guess I would go with melons (like cantaloupe, etc). I love the smell of them, but hate the taste. I also really need to do better at eating fruits. Veggies I eat all the time (LOVE them) but not fruit and I know that there are certain vitamins that are in fruit that I need.

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