Posted in Just For Fun
February 26, 2016

Off To Do Wild Things with Even Wilder Women

by Elizabeth SaFleur

Sorry, my lovely Lady Smutters. I sadly have no interview with a best-selling author for you today. That’s because I’m off to my first ever Wild Wicked Weekend in hot, hot, (please, God, let it be scorching) hot San Antonio. Billed as the ultimate girl’s weekend, WWW hosts 130 authors, bloggers, reviewers, agents and readers in order to, well, just have fun. In addition to making new friends, the agenda includes body painting male models, playing Sex Position Gumby Games, and drinking too much tequila — perhaps even simultaneously. I’m in!!

There are costume opportunities (40s, 50s, 60s and 70s) and dances.  I knew hanging on to that disco dress from 1977 would be worth it someday. A lap dance workshop, photo shoot with romance cover models, and a book fair are also offered. (Husband claims I’m only going to meet the models. Well, duh.)

The only thing I’m not looking forward to? The WWW is held at the Historic Menger Hotel in San Antonio, billed as one of the most haunted hotels in the U.S. (Eeeek. I’m a ‘fraidy cat.) I’ve been told only the friendly ones show up for WWW.


But there are romance cover models waiting, so I’m taking one for the team. You better believe if I run into any ghosts, I’ll end up in one of their laps. Can you blame me? I promised Husband to leave the guys in Texas. I did not promise “no touchy.”


Hold me.

Will report in when I return. Pictures, stories and (hopefully) no ghost meet-ups will be shared. Stay tuned — and wish me luck! I’m going in…

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  • Post authorMelissa Keir

    It was wonderful getting to meet you in warmer than Michigan San Antonio!

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    • Post authorElizabeth SaFleur

      Melissa, it was great to meet you, too. I’m still recovering. LOL

      Reply to Elizabeth SaFleur

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