- Mumbai, MH, India
- member since August 15, 2007
Chomper’s last login was Thursday, June 2, 2011.
Through some diabolical glitch at Shelfari I ended up with TWO accounts and could only sign in to the newly created one. So I've had to transfer all of my books and, more or less, start from scratch. In the process I've also lost all of my "friends" and "followers". I've tried to get Shelfari to correct the situation to no avail. They keep referring me to Amazon and the Amazon "help" people claim never to have heard of Shelfari. Hope you'll continue to "follow" me at my new location. Gunter
Hi Chomper - Welcome to the History Non-Fiction Group. There are a few group rules posted at the top of the group page. Please take a moment to review and if you haven't already done so, introduce yourself in our "Welcome and Introduction" thread and tell us what your interests are. Our group reads are done on a quarterly basis and we are reading The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England by Ian Mortimer for the Jan - Mar Quarterly Group Read. Discussion will be in March. Hope you'll join us and again, glad to have you with us.
Jan (Group Admin)
Hi Chomper, I didn't see your previous note, I'm sorry. Somehow it must have slipped through my e-mail. Not unusual, I guess, I get about 230 a day. Anyway, thanks for joining Erotic Readers. My books are both Erotic and Romance combined. In other words, the sex and language is explicit and graphic, but there is a romance and a happily-every after in each book.
Plain Romance has love relationships, but they probably won't go into detail about the love scenes. In other words, most everything is done behind closed doors.
Hope that helps you. If you read erotica or erotic or if it's labeled as such you well see a huge difference from that and that sensual or sweet romance books.
Nice to hear from you. Again, I apologize if I missed your note.