But what about the pretzels? My sister – a recent UPenn grad – always brought us big chewy yummy salty pretzels when she came for a visit. Sadly, she moved to Portland Maine a couple years ago, so I no longer have a personal tour guide…
Nice interview, ladies. I’m trying not to think about that M&M thing, Becky…
Oh Liv – I, like most Philadelphians, could actually live off soft pretzels alone. LOL Mmmmmm so good. And filling. I had an abundance of options for my lunch menu, truly. But I thought Yuengling, a local yager, and cheesesteaks made for the best meal. ♥
A schizo hamster on crack with an espresso chaser! I love it, Becky! And I’d certainly go for one of those pretzels too, if you’re offering. 🙂 Congrats on the awesome book and looking forward to the next!
Thanks Traci – Long live the furry little freak!
Loved Fated Souls! My favorite kind of romance, funny, sweet and sexy. Added bonus? A terrific cast of characters in that small town. I live with an Eagles fan too. Oh, the heartbreak every fall/winter.
Thanks Rachel, I loved the resident of Trappers’ Cove too. Ask me about the judge sometime; sadly he didn’t survive edits. What a hoot!
Thanks Rachel, ask me about the judge sometime. Sadly, he did not survive edits; but what a hoot!
You alphabetize M&Ms according to color? Whaddya know. Never thought to do that. I, however, will generally eat M&Ms in same color batches. I guess we both have strange M&M minds. 😉
Ha Terri, it started just like that; then it morphed. Be careful!
Lovely post. Awesome cover! Best wishes.
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