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Virtual Reading - a Romantic Happy Hour, February 26

Virtual #Romance Readings! Come join @RWANYC as we host a Romantic Happy Hour on February 26th. Line up: @JeanJoachim @TeeOFallon @Ursula_Renee @Anna_DePalo For more information, please visit: . RWA/NYC is a diverse and multicultural romance writers group made up of published, pre-published, and new writers. Thank you, Maria Cox

Not Valentine's, but Galentine's Day!

Photo by  alleksana  from  Pexels It's early February but most drug stores here in New York City have been displaying Valentine’s Day paraphernalia since the first of January. For most of my adult life I have considered Valentine’s Day a holiday romantic in nature, but in recent years with the inclusion of friendship, I’ve come to appreciate Valentine’s Day as a general day of Love and Friendship. What is Galentine’s Day all about? Well, the terminology was introduced a few years back by Leslie Knope - a fictional character from the popular sitcom Parks and Recreation . Leslie declared, “Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies.” What a great concept! So, in the spirit of Galentine’s Day here are three simple suggestions: Schedule a brunch date with g-pals (my own spin on the term) -  men and/or women :) Exchange gifts - who doesn’t want gifts? Consume fizzy drinks