Valentine's Day Blog Promo

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

We're excited to announce the launch of Senior Editor, Annette Fix's memoir, The Break-Up Diet, on Valentine's Day, February 14th.

If you have a blog and would like to participate in this event, then get your dancing shoes on and grab a box of chocolates and we'll promote you!

All you have to do is write a blog post about:

  • Happily-Ever-After
  • Finding Prince Charming
  • Kissing Toads
  • Break-Up Stories
  • Diving into the Dating Pool
  • For the Love of Chocolate

Or, if you just want content to post so you can enjoy your romantic celebration, then you can pick up one of Annette's two blog posts, specially created for this promotion.

One focuses on being single on a "couples" holiday, the other, highlights being in a relationship on Valentine's Day.

Please let us know if you would like to participate, so we can send you the image, book info, and blog post of your choice. If you'd like more information, visit the book website:

All bloggers in the promotion will have their blog listed and linked in the WOW! blog post on Feb. 14th as participating supporters to receive some WOW! Women On Writing traffic-link-love! If you have any blogger friends who may be interested in participating, please feel free to forward this post to them.

Confirm your interest by sending an email to: editors[at]wow-womenonwriting[dot]com

Much love and happy blogging!

Love Editors of WOW!

Angela & Annette


The Quoibler said...

Is an anti-Valentine's Day post (or at least an unromantic one) a-okay? I have one up...


Cher'ley said...

Cher'ley said...

Three times I left Best Wishes comments and this program wouldn't take it. Finally I just posted the link and it worked. LOL

I've also posted the blog on my site a couple of days today. Hopefully it's there now.

hugs and best wises

Marcia Peterson said...

Just wanted to say congratulations, Annette, on the book launch! A very exciting day. Good job, and best wishes. :)

Annette said...

Thank you, ladies, for all of the love and support! It's a very exciting time for me--and overwhelming too! I never imagined there would be so much to do!

Unknown said...


Congratulations! You are a huge inspiration to me. Just wanted to let you know.

I am striving to become a published children's writer. I hope some day, that I too, will have success with my writing.

Thank you for your continuous encouragement and your help!

Hugs and Happy Writing!

Anonymous said...

Can the entry be fiction or must it be non-fiction?

Cher'ley said...

Hi Viola,
Since I just got this in my email, you must have just written your question. I thought you may want to know this is a blog from last year.

Unknown said...

hi there! i really enjoy your blog, but i have never commented before. i found this super simple and out of the (chocolate) box list of valentines ideas and i just wanted to share.

1.Write love notes to one another, even if it’s just the word “I love you” Leave them where your partner will find them during the day.
2. Share a romantic meal. Prepare it together. Put candles on the table. Dress up. Play your favorite music. Unplug the phone and enjoy each other.
3. Give your partner the day off. Do your partner’s chores for the day. Let them do whatever they want for the whole day. When they get home, they’ll be ready to thank you.
4. Be spontaneous. Do something fun and silly, enter a kissing contest, like the Netflix Greatest Kiss Contest.
5. Find yourselves a new hobby, a chance for the two of you to spend time together . You can try a couples sports league, cooking workshops or dance classes.
6. Pack a picnic complete with candles and wine and take it to a rooftop for a romantic midnight rendezvous.
7. Give your Relationship a fresh start with a fresh coat of paint. Redecorate your bedroom to be more inviting and have an incentive to spend more time there.
8. Go on a second honeymoon. If getting out to a tropical island isn’t a feasible option, no problem....just check into a nice hotel one weekend, for some room service, relaxation and romance.
9. Embrace your inner teenager and do something fun....go to a theme park, stay out all night dancing or go to a midnight movie.
10. Exchange gifts, but set the rule that it has to be something homemade, like a mixed tape or a card. That way it will come from the heart and mean much more.

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