1. I have yet to eat a cupcake this year. (Score one for trying to eat less sugar!)

2. I have, however, eaten ice cream. Mocha Chip. Yum. What’s your favorite flavor? (This probably negates the cupcake thing, huh?)

3. I turned another year older. I mean younger.

4. I’m writing. A lot. I’m editing. A lot. I’m so grateful for these things.

5. Number 4 means I’m sleeping less. No biggie! *yawns*

6. My hubby and I are planning a big trip for later this year. I’m super excited!

7. I’ve got the best family, friends and readers.

8. I predict the Patriots will win the Super Bowl.

9. Did you know 50 is the magic review number on Amazon? HER ACCIDENTAL BOYFRIEND has had 49 wonderful reviews for like ever. (Thank you to everyone who posted a review!) But hey, have you read it? Will you be my magic number 50? If you are, send me an email and I’ll send you some book swag.

10. Hot chocolate is yummy, but nothing beats a vanilla latte or cafe mocha.

I hope your January is rockin!


Posted January 16, 2014 by Robin Bielman in Her Accidental Boyfriend, Ramblings / 5 Comments

5 responses to “January Musings

  1. elena k

    1.well I cannot resist sugar!
    2.I love cookies cream flavor in ice cream.
    3.you are not getting older, just wiser
    4.I am glad you are writing, so you can give us another great book!
    5.sleep more so you can dream and have inspiration of beautiful men ;-)
    6.good for you and your husband,be naughty so you can have more inspiration
    7.you deserve to have people that love you, you are easy to love
    8.I have no idea about your sports :-P
    9.I wish I could write your 50th review so I can make your wish come true
    10.don’t be like this :shock: but I don’t drink coffee but I love chocolate too
    11. have fun and many :-*

  2. Kristin, I love London (the landmarks, the teeathr, the tube, the Cadbury bars… :) and wish we had gotten as far north as Inverness. You’ll have to tell me about it sometime! And, ohh, if you go to France this summer, I’d LOVE to hear all the details!!Marthalynn, thank you for your lovely comments about the book! I hope it’s a story you might enjoy. And as for castles, it would be fascinating to see those in England. My husband and I went to a couple of them, but I saw a PBS program once that showed some really cool ones (Conway?) that I’d love to visit, too!Kim, New York is *awesome*!! For the longest time, I was afraid to go there (I think I watched too many movies of “dangerous NYC” back in the ’70s/’80s :), but I was just there for a big writing conference this past summer and fell in love with it all over again. Hope you’ll get to visit it soon!!Alexa, thank you so much for saying that! I tried very hard to make the story feel like a real European journey for the reader ;). And I love the places you mentioned — all 4 of them!! Each so different but so fascinating…

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