Lucy Monroe’s Readers at Home Conference

Posted Apr 26 2010, 2:19 pm in , ,

For those of us who didn’t get to go to RT (Romantic Times Conference) this year, I’m participating in Lucy Monroe’s Readers at Home Conference. I’m kicking it off with a blog post about animals as secondary characters.

Stop by and say “hi.” There’s plenty going on all week, including tons of prizes and goodie bags to be given away.



2 responses to “Lucy Monroe’s Readers at Home Conference”

  1. Thediscoera says:

    Hi Jami – I haven't read any of your books, but I love animals too. They are my biggest passion especially dogs and horses. I had a boarder collie named Sasha whom I adored immensely. I had to put her down in '06 and it was the worst day of my life ever – there is not a day I don't think about her. I loved her so much that I based my relationships on her. When I met my husband and he had asked me to move in with him I told him that it would depend on how Sasha felt about him. I was to move in with the understanding that if Sasha started acting funny in any kind of way, I would move back to my studio apartment which I kept for that reason. Luckily, Sasha and my husband became best of friends and the love between them was obvious. When that awful day came, I had never seen a man cry the way he did for her and he'll tell there will never be another Sasha.

  2. Thediscoera,

    I had a dog that I really loved like that. His name was Bum. There will never be another dog like Bum. In fact, it seems weird to even call him a dog. He was a friend to both my husband and me.

    We both cried when his heart started to give out, and we had to put him down.

    Believe me, I know how you feel.