Sparky Ate the Computer

Image002Well, maybe he didn't actually eat Sherrie's computer, but a bug did. So the latest kitty report is on hold until she can get back online. To hold everyone over until the report appears, we present a Sparky re-run!

But we have wenchly announcements!

 

"On October 10, Wench Joanna will be interviewing Historical Romance writer Joan Wolf, author of more than 40 books. Look forward to a discussion of historical research and … horses." Not quite a wife

And the real icing on the cake: Mary Jo's Not Quite A Wife is on the NYT bestseller list!
Wenchly readers, take a bow for your participation and your most excellent taste.

 

40 thoughts on “Sparky Ate the Computer”

  1. Congratulations, Mary Jo! And a great book!!
    Can’t wait to read the interview with Ms. Wolf. She’s been on my TBR list forever but I haven’t read her yet. Shame on me!

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  2. Congratulations, Mary Jo! And a great book!!
    Can’t wait to read the interview with Ms. Wolf. She’s been on my TBR list forever but I haven’t read her yet. Shame on me!

    Reply
  3. Congratulations, Mary Jo! And a great book!!
    Can’t wait to read the interview with Ms. Wolf. She’s been on my TBR list forever but I haven’t read her yet. Shame on me!

    Reply
  4. Congratulations, Mary Jo! And a great book!!
    Can’t wait to read the interview with Ms. Wolf. She’s been on my TBR list forever but I haven’t read her yet. Shame on me!

    Reply
  5. Congratulations, Mary Jo! And a great book!!
    Can’t wait to read the interview with Ms. Wolf. She’s been on my TBR list forever but I haven’t read her yet. Shame on me!

    Reply
  6. Great news about Jo’s book! And I want to tell Joan Wolf how much I love her books. I just read “Golden Girl” and it was so good I could barely stand it. Her medieval era books are wonderful.

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  7. Great news about Jo’s book! And I want to tell Joan Wolf how much I love her books. I just read “Golden Girl” and it was so good I could barely stand it. Her medieval era books are wonderful.

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  8. Great news about Jo’s book! And I want to tell Joan Wolf how much I love her books. I just read “Golden Girl” and it was so good I could barely stand it. Her medieval era books are wonderful.

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  9. Great news about Jo’s book! And I want to tell Joan Wolf how much I love her books. I just read “Golden Girl” and it was so good I could barely stand it. Her medieval era books are wonderful.

    Reply
  10. Great news about Jo’s book! And I want to tell Joan Wolf how much I love her books. I just read “Golden Girl” and it was so good I could barely stand it. Her medieval era books are wonderful.

    Reply
  11. Loved the beautiful cover (and the book, of course), Mary Jo. I just got back my Nat’l Geographic Genome test of my maternal DNA. 35% of my ancestry comes from early hunter/gatherers who arrived in Europe 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. I need to re-read Joan Wolf’s pre-history books to get a feel for the era!

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  12. Loved the beautiful cover (and the book, of course), Mary Jo. I just got back my Nat’l Geographic Genome test of my maternal DNA. 35% of my ancestry comes from early hunter/gatherers who arrived in Europe 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. I need to re-read Joan Wolf’s pre-history books to get a feel for the era!

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  13. Loved the beautiful cover (and the book, of course), Mary Jo. I just got back my Nat’l Geographic Genome test of my maternal DNA. 35% of my ancestry comes from early hunter/gatherers who arrived in Europe 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. I need to re-read Joan Wolf’s pre-history books to get a feel for the era!

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  14. Loved the beautiful cover (and the book, of course), Mary Jo. I just got back my Nat’l Geographic Genome test of my maternal DNA. 35% of my ancestry comes from early hunter/gatherers who arrived in Europe 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. I need to re-read Joan Wolf’s pre-history books to get a feel for the era!

    Reply
  15. Loved the beautiful cover (and the book, of course), Mary Jo. I just got back my Nat’l Geographic Genome test of my maternal DNA. 35% of my ancestry comes from early hunter/gatherers who arrived in Europe 20,000 or 30,000 years ago. I need to re-read Joan Wolf’s pre-history books to get a feel for the era!

    Reply

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