I was reading another wonderful book review over at ‘Nessie’s Place’…

I was perusing another wonderful book review over at Nessie’s Place (You must drop by and browse around. You won’t regret it.) this morning I was reading the Bio of the author and I suddenly realized that I am either a giant slacker or completely hopeless. Here is the Bio I ripped from the pages of Nessie’s blog…

Diana Rubino writes about folks through history who shook things up. Her passion for history and travel has taken her to every locale of her books, set in Medieval and Renaissance England, Egypt, the Mediterranean, colonial Virginia, New England, and New York. Her urban fantasy romance, FAKIN’ IT, won a Top Pick award from Romantic Times. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Richard III Society, and the Aaron Burr Association. When not writing, she owns CostPro, Inc., an engineering business, with her husband Chris. In her spare time, Diana bicycles, golfs, does yoga, plays her piano, devours books, and lives the dream on her beloved Cape Cod.”

Come on man, most days I do good if I manage to even get a blog written. Yet this woman has time to do all this and write 19 books. Obviously she has way more talent than I could ever hope for or she found a magic lamp on one of her trips. My vote is for the lamp thing. How bout you guys?

14 thoughts on “I was reading another wonderful book review over at ‘Nessie’s Place’…

  1. IKR? My major accomplishment this morning is making coffee. I definitely need to up my game.

    Maybe DOING more helps to WRITE more? Don’t know – sounds like physics to me. 😉

    Many thanks for the mention, my friend. Enjoy the weekend. 😊

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  2. Hello Jerry, thanks for giving me a great laugh, all respect to this Superwoman, but I think the magic lamp theory is the only explanation. I can’t even write AND get dinner cooked on time. I use places I know for my settings ( eg The British Isles ) and make everything up.

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