Tuesday, 25 October 2011


Don't forget that you can still buy my Greek trilogy, SATISFACTION over at Amazon
Three sizzling stories about three outrageously alpha males! (And a fabulous cover).

Meanwhile, since I go to beautiful Italy so often, I've decided to bite the bullet and try to learn the language (though the latter might prove difficult, while doing the former!).
It ain't easy. But I keep telling myself that even if I only ever manage to say the equivalent of "Hello, my name is Sharon and I live in Winchester" - then at least I might be giving my brain-cells a workout!
Anyone else tackling a new skill?


  1. Such a great name for a novel, Sharon. Satisfaction. It says it all.

    I'm in the midst of trying to learn ASL - American Sign Language. Twice yearly, I teach a basic automotive maintenence course designed for women at the local community college. This term I have a student who has a hearing disability and requires a translator, which the school provides. But it would be much easier if I knew sign language myself. So, I'm trying. I've got some of the basics down, but I've still got a lot to learn...

  2. That's such a useful thing to learn, Dan. And I bet you're a briliant teacher!

    One of the things I like best about learning new stuff is it that you learn about so much more than the original subject. If that makes sense.

  3. Learning Italian sounds like a fantastic idea. I've always wanted to learn another language but I bet it's a lot easier to forget than it is to learn :-) Don't they say "use or lose it"? Lots of luck, Sharon!

  4. Thanks, Lacey. Yesterday I listened to some recordings for the first time - maybe I'll play them while I'm asleep in the hope that they might stick!