Blog: Book and Bag - Holly Bargo shares her "winter purse" and her #book Bear of the Midnight Sun #readromance #MFRWauthor
Shown here is my "winter" purse. For summer, I have one that's "natural" colored macrame. I've had it for over a decade and can't remember
where I bought it. I've purchased other handbags since, but I keep going back to this one because it hits all my criteria.
I prefer simple purses, the smaller the better, but large enough to hold my Kindle for those times when I have the opportunity
to read, such as when I'm a passenger instead of the driver. A strap sufficiently long to hang the bag from my shoulder is a must--and that strap must be comfortable. I cram a lot into a small purse. I need the bag to be secure, because I often have to deal
with four-legged critters and risk dropping or dumping my bag all too often.
Polar bear shifter Sindre meets and recognizes his mate on the stage of a Las Vegas talk show. He takes action and the show's hostess takes advantage of the publicity-generating opportunity. Railroaded into a quickie marriage on national
television, Miranda finds herself plunged into a world she never knew existed with a new husband she isn't sure she wants.
More about Holly Bargo: Holly Bargo is the author's pseudonym and really did exist in the form of a temperamental Appaloosa mare. The author and her husband live on a southwest Ohio hobby farm with a menagerie of cats, horses, and one very big dog.
They have two children, one graduating from university in 2019 and the other enlisted in the military.
Red, white or blue? Holly can't choose between red or blue--both are great colors. But white? Nope. When you live on a farm, white is
not a good color.
Spring, summer or fall? Generally Holly prefers fall--after frost kills off most of the bugs and the weather cools to a more comfortable temperature.
Chocolate pudding, cake or pie? Cake, but pudding comes a close second.
Coffee, tea or champagne? Holly is a diehard tea drinker. Champagne's nice for special occasions. She simply doesn't like coffee. You know that if Holly's drinking coffee, then she's in desperate need of a strong caffeine jolt.
Country music or Michael Buble: Country music. Holly tends to prefer the 1980s country music stars, but the youngsters day are producing some pretty good stuff, too.
Pencil or pen? Holly writes with a pen, a habit developed decades ago in college.