Have you ever had a really bad date? How about a funny one? Or a scary one?
I bet we’ve all had dates we’ll never forget.
To honor Valentine’s Day, I’m setting up an inlinkz to link up blog posts about those dates. Humor is encouraged, but not erotica.
My story involves a nudist beach, but I’m not saying anything more about it. I’ll post it on Valentine’s Day.
If you’d like to join the party, add your post to the blue frog inlinkz below (open from today until Feb. 15th).
1. If you can, post the blue frog button on your post and encourage your readers to visit other blogs. Email me for the code (My email is firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. Read and comment on your fellow bloggers’s posts (as many as you have time to read).
3.Publicize your own post and the event through SM.
4. Use the party picture on your post.
And talking about Valentine’s Day- I have a Valentine’s Story
To feed her three children, Widow Abigail Jenkins takes the only job available in Sunset Cove: night cleaner in the notorious, haunted teahouse. She figures the wild, supernatural rumors about the place are pure fiction. After all, ghosts don’t exist.
Eric Eklund, a sexy spirit from Sweden, is over a thousand years old. Having missed his chance at Valhalla, the Viking spends his time roaming the world and gambling. That is, until he sees Abby whose feisty, earthly-spirit turns his ghostly world upside down.
When the two meet sparks fly, but their romance is interrupted by a poltergeist hunting children.
What happens when you mix a naughty Viking ghost, built like a Norse god, a strong woman who suffers no fools and a nasty poltergeist? Answer: another fun Gambling Ghost story.
A Viking Ghost for Valentine’s Day is a lighthearted novella filled with love, laughter and just enough ghouliness to thrill and chill you to the bone.
Heart photo – Pixabay
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