Wednesday, June 26, 2013


Without further ado, to celebrate this historical day:

Everyone who comments on this post, will enter a giveaway for an e-copy of either Autumn Leaves or Winter Storm -- winner's choice! (The winner will be chosen randomly from all comments, July 1st, 12:00 p.m. (noon) EST.

DOMA and Prop 8 are finally gone. It's not the end of the road, but a huge step forward. Tell me what this means for you, your family, your friends (and leave your email address in case you're the winner).

In other news: Due to some technical difficulties on my side, the Wednesday Woman announced for today will visit on a later day I'll let you know in advance.

Also, there are 6 days left on Elizabeth Karr's kickstarter campaign.

Finally, you can join me tomorrow for my twitter interview, 12-1 p.m. EST, hashtag #writerskaboodle
Would love to see you there!

Today: It's a good day for a love story, don't you think?


  1. I'm glad you're joining in the celebration this way. I'm reading one of your books now and enjoying it :) Had to stop for the moment to research what State my partner in love and life and I want to go to for our 'legal' marriage. We've been married in our own way for 28 years, since April 16th, 1985. How wonderful it would be to renew our vows by legal marriage. Too bad our State and surrounding States haven't yet legalized all marriages. Just gives a reason for travel :)

    1. It's always a good idea to travel, especially with this undertaking in mind! :) I think that the Supreme Court decisions have given some ground for attempts to overturn bans in other states. Keeping fingers crossed that it won't take too long.
      Glad to hear, too, that you're enjoying the book! :)

  2. I am truly glad for USA citizens today and the unconstitutional ruling of Prop 8 in California and DOMA in the USA are great news indeed. While I support and celebrate for my US sisters, I myself live in a country where equality of GLBT isnt even on the table as far a politics is concerned. One fight at a time comes to mind.
    Lets just hope more US states give their citizens a right to be treated as equal.

    1. One at a time! I'm glad and grateful to live in a country where we already have marriage equality. Where I'm originally from, we'll have to wait for the next election--I hope for some movement there, too. The more countries join in, the harder it becomes in others to ignore the issue.

  3. This has been a monumental week for us! Barb, this is definitely time to enjoy a good romance. I hope to get a chance to read yours soon.