Sunday, July 11, 2010

This and That on a Lazy Sunday

Our Sunday is warm & lazy and our whole nation is excited and anxiously waiting for the big event! Tonight is the World Cup final: Netherlands – Spain. Nobody thinks we’re going to win, not even Octopus Paul:

Seems that this German oracle has predicted the outcome of all Germany’s matches right. LOL! But we’ll see.

I plan to enjoy the match anyway, if it’s not for the game than at least for the running and sweating hotties. ;) We have a few pretties in our team and Spain even more! :D

Hubby and I are going to a barbecue first and after that we will watch the match with a group of people. So... party time! :)

This weekend I heard of the start of a new publisher (and seller) of ebooks: LazyDay Publishing. And they are looking for talent. They are open to all genres and keeping an open mind about anything that comes their way. Although, they are going to be erotica and romance heavy. They asked me if I could spread the word. :)

The following is their Open Call:

LazyDay Publishing Accepting Submissions (40%-50% Royalties)

LazyDay Publishing is a new digital publisher that is focused on the future of storytelling.

All books will be on our site, but will also be available with all the leading third party distributors. Our books will be easily available in all leading formats. LazyDay Publishing will be a dominating presence in the future of the digital book.

LazyDay Publishing will be officially launching December 1, 2010! Please follow us during this exciting time by visiting our site as well as following us on Twitter.

Our initial web page is designed for the author, but will vastly change on December 1, 2010 to become a fully integrated online ebook store and digital publishing house that will be focused on the reader.

We are actively pursuing authors who want to be part of our team. Please see our submission guidelines on how to get published here.

I hope you’re all having a sweet, lazy Sunday!


  1. Sending lucky thoughts to your team - have a great day!

  2. Oh fingers crossed!! Yay. Happy sunday. xoxo

  3. That evil octopus, perhaps the Spaniards promised him a nice girlfriend ;)

  4. Hope your day is wonderful and your team wins!

  5. Good luck Janna. I have a Dutch guest over so we have Heinekin and we're ready for a Dutch win, octopus be damned. :-)

  6. What does an octopus know? That method of determining the winner isn't the least bit scientific. Now I could understand you being worried if it were something like the way my favorite hockey team doesn't win unless I'm wearing my lucky ladybug socks. That makes much more sense than relying on an octopus.

  7. Go Team Go Team Go Team... I know I might be late... but I am sending warm happy thoughts for your team to win!!!!!
    Hope you guys had a great weekend and enjoy your Sunday honey!!!!

  8. Gooo your team!! (they just went into extra time eeks! )

    Good luck to that new publishers too, im now tweet following them :)

  9. Looks like the octopus was correct again. That's too bad! I was cheering for the orange!

  10. *sniff* We lost! :( And worst of all it was not a nice match at all. We made foul after foul and neither team could play their game. It took Spain 116 minutes to score, 4 min before the end of the extra time...
    Ah well, the better team won. But I'm positive that octopus Paul jinxed the match, lol!

    Thank you all for cheering for our team!! You're the best. Hope you had a great weekend! :)

  11. I was cheering for your team Janna! *hugs*

    And it's scary how right Paul has been! I wonder if we can get him to predict for the Rugby World Cup next year?

  12. Thank you, orannia!
    Lol, I don't know if Paul's only a soccer expert or if he knows his rugby too! :D


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