Thursday, June 11, 2009

Yummy heroes

Hey, fellow romance author and Houston Examiner Teri Thackston (who will be a bonus guest on IMHO this month, by the way) is running a series this week in her column asking different authors what makes a hero yummy to them. You can check out my response and those of some of the Houston area's best romance authors the rest of the week here. It's a quick read and only takes a minute. Tell Teri hello while you're there!



Jerrica Knight-Catania said...

Kathryn, as a fellow historical author, I too love to learn about customs and traditions from other/past cultures. Thanks for sharing those neat tidbits!

As for my own wedding, in spite of being an historical romance author, I have pretty modern sensibilities. So, everything was new, except for my tiara (which I've had since I was 6 years old). My hubby is of Italian heritage, so the buffet was from our favorite Italian restaurant. And we got engaged in Bermuda, so our signature cocktail was the Swizzle. We are both (former) musical theater performers, so not only was all the music in the ceremony from musicals, but we actually sang to one another as part of our vows. Not really family traditions, but things that made our wedding personal and special to us :)

Susan said...