I am just loving this Forum...
You all are so great, I have enjoyed reading some of the posts. And when I had a question you all jumped right in and helped out. How awesome...
I am new to the Argeneau series but not new to Lynsay... I have read many of her historical romance. I love the paranormal worlds so I was so excited when I stumbled over these.
Anyway, just wanted to know where everyone was from... I am living in Houston Texas now for 12 years.
Hi Donna! I'm from Houston, TX as well, more toward the Katy area.
jupiter, fl, but moving the Duluth Ga in the near future!
I grew up in Stafford, Connecticut but I've lived in Racine, Wisconsin for over 10 years now.
I am living in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories Canada for the past 10 going on 11 years.
I am in PA, Donna. And there are days when I wish I was in you state and I am sure Jodi will agree since her winters are worse than mine.
I agree with you Jill, Texas would be nice right about now, I am so sick of snow and cold!
I have lived in Ga for over 20 years. Am just outside of Augusta. Can not wait to move. Allergies. Not to mention I miss all 4 seasons.
I live in a rural area outside of Tucson...It has been in the high 70's-mid 80's this last week. Hubby even jumped into the pool the other day:)
Howdy, Donna... LOL... My first name is Donna too but I go by Froggie here on the web... I was in New Mexico when I first found Lynsay's Novels but have recently moved to Kentucky... so now I hail from Erlanger Kentucky... don't let my previous home fool you... I'm a redneck through and through... LOL... and I'm loving all of Lynsay's paranormal vamp stories!
Hi Donna, I am from Mayo Maryland( a peninsula.)
I have lived here my whole life. The weather here can change very quickly. On Friday it was almost 80* yesterday the low was in the 30's. I like having the seasons just not all in one week. lol.
Tulsa, OK, here. And have lived within 30 miles of my current home all my life.
Melbourne, Florida here!!!!!!!!!
I'm from San Jose, Ca (aka Silicon Valley)
^^^ O I forgot to mention San Francisco Bay Area
Hi! I'm new here but I just wanted to say that I adore Lynsay's books - they are great. And, I almost forgot, I'm from Croatia.
Welcome Fran and Jacquie may I say how jealous I am. Your hubby got to swimming. I am still wearing sweaters.
Originally, from Pascagoula, MS...relocating now to Vicksburg, MS....with wren @ the moment! I live by the moment, what can I say? I'm a GYPSY...lol
Edinburgh, scotland 18 year since i was 1 years old bit cold and wet but would never move away
Yep, what Gypsy said...we both grew up in Pascagoula, Mississippi on the Gulf Coast with the hurricanes. Go any farther south and you are in the water. I'm afraid our hometown is still trying to recover from Hurricane Katrina...it devastated the entire Mississippi Coastline, but all of our family is okay and that is what is important!
However, I lived almost a year in California during dh's last year in the navy, most of it in Alameda in the San Francisco Bay Area. I've been in Vicksburg, which is on the west central Mississippi River border with Louisiana for 20 years, since dh got out of the navy. We moved here due to his job in Nuclear Power which has become his career!
So, I married an army brat who became a sailor and he had lived all over the world so he never wants to travel, and I ended up back in my home state about four hours from where I grew up...Life is interesting, true?
originally from the philippines, moved to Chicago when i was 10 years old about 7 1/2 years ago.
Well then welcome back
Born and raised in Long Beach, California!
Happily living in Queens, NY.
I am from Iron River, Michigan. I was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan though and we moved here when I was 1 so I've been here for 20 years. I'm sorry to say that I've never moved. Its not the change, because I don't mind change, but I dont think I could leave my family. I'm too much of a 'momma's girl' lol.
I am from Idaho. A little town called Orofino. I attend the University of Idaho which is in Moscow, Idaho.
Its fun to see where everyone is from.
Copper I have always wanted to go to Scotland,
My Cousin was in Edinburgh at Christmas she loved the festival. I just got my passport...woot.
My DIL went to Edinburgh University as a Exchange student her Freshman year...she loved it. In fact she loved it so much that is where they took their honeymoon. I asked if I could go with them...but they said no
Hmm...very selfish of them. You could have hid the in the suitcase no one would have been bothered.
Holy cow! Croatia, Scotland, Idaho, California . . . You guys are from EVERYWHERE!!
I think that cool!!! Gees, my books are better traveled than me, lol.
I everyone I'm from Erie, PA originally. Moved to Colorado Springs, Co when I was 12 and been here pretty much ever scene. almost 18 yrs.
I am from chuluota, florida (outside of oviedo). Saturday it will almost 90.
Oh and then we will get a cold front bringing us down to the 40's at night and 60-70 during the day. burrrrr!!
Your books take us all over the world...so I get to travel a bit through reading!
Also, most of us on the forum are reading the books printed in English. You travel through other languages, too. Cool, huh?
Well, currently living in the Suburbs of St Louis, MO
I was hopign to find soem other Missourians here but alas, they are all hiding at home with all of the copies of the Argeneua series.
Woo-Hoo I'm now #3 waiting for TAV!!! And they are both due back by Friday, so hopefully by this weekend I can finish the series.
Gena: Duluth huh? I lived in Lawrenceville for 9 years and hubby and I moved back to St. Louis (where he's from, I'm a West Coast girl, Cali & Seattle)
The traffic...SUCKS! Watch yourself on I-85
Tracy, not there yet, but the cool thingi s they made .....216 (not positive on the number) anyway it loops away from the ring....you don't even have to be apart of it anymore..unless you venture into a town closer by.
Love Lawrenceville.....when we drove through. I am still in Florida, but I can't wait to get up there with HUBBY! It was georgious when I went to visit...
We live in Southern Cali now but we've also lived in Mass, New Hampshire and Missouri. We have traveled all the states, a little of Canada and Mexico. My hubby has been all over the world "lucky duck"
Well then you have to convince him that you too should experience it so you have something to share.
Think it will work Joey?
I am from lodi, california for 23 years ( all my life).
Mine too, Joey, but now he is "set" and never wants to travel...unless I just make the plans and book it...then he goes!
Vancouver, British Columbia. Born here, been here all my life.
I am from Aurora IL. for the past 23 years (all my life)
Did you get any effects from the earthquake?
My family in Danville, Indiana, and Kentucky did.
Jill, wren...we don't go anywhere without our 4 kids and my hubby says it's just not safe right now to take them out of the U.S.(with the exception of Canada and Mexico) Maybe when our youngest starts college!!!
Kalika, Lodi.....I always think of that CCR song when I hear that name. Lodi's not that far from Riverside, Oh maybe about a 7 or 8 hour drive.
hey everyoe im from Nottingham England.
Chantelle, did you know that Nottingham takes it's name from a Saxon chief who lived around 600 AD.
His name was Snot and the name of the city comes from the Saxon word meaning 'the home of Snot's people' - Snotingaham - where inga means people and ham means home.
Dave (who is full of useless information)
I'm glad Nottingham has evolved to its modern day form. Sometimes the changes in our language is for the better!
Once again, Welcome Chantelle!
wren...who enjoys bits of useless information, that sometimes become quite useful!
So when I used that as an insult one time I was actually only implying they were from Nottingham England. Kinda takes the sting out
J4-Who loves useless information.
no i dint no that lol
i have useless info.
did u know that we eat 8 spiders while we sleep in a life time.EWWWWWWWWW
the saying saved by the bell comes from the 15th century were people used to get buried alive. so what they did was they tied a bell around the dead peoples wrists and if it wrang they were litterly SAVED BY THE BELL.
I am telling you all this so called useless information is gonna save my life one day. I just know.