Now grab a Holiday beverage, sit back and relax... time to enjoy your time with Romance Writers Behaving Badly.
Because of the season, there is one question romance writers hear often....
Are you naughty or are you nice?
Let's see what the authors of Romance Writers Behaving Badly have to say.
To quote the beautiful Mae West, "When I'm good, I'm very good. But when I'm bad, I'm better." I like to be naughty in a good way. Fill my Christmas stocking with silk scarves, chocolate, whipping cream and steamy sex I'll be happy all year. Or at least for a few hours until I need a nap.
Am I naughty? Or, am I nice?
This is an interesting question that requires deeper thought and a bit of evidence. An examination of sorts just might give us the answer.
First let me look at the following picture. Go right ahead and look too. You too can take Christa’s simple, two-step Naughty or Nice test.
(Pillow Fight)Now, to determine one’s status as naughty or nice it is good to define what each means.
— adj , -tier , -tiest
1. mischievous or disobedient; bad
2. mildly indecent; titillating
1. virtuous; respectable; decorous
2. suitable or proper
Since we have something to refer to now, let’s examine another picture….
A few notable quotes might help for a reference point:
Let's be naughty and save Santa the trip.
It is nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice.
(You are looking at the pictures again aren’t you?)
I know that my mind does not have any virtuous, respectable or proper thoughts in it, right now. So, that’s all the evidence I need to diagnose my present state of mind….
I’m NAUGHTY But…
I’m also NICE because I shared that lovely photo with you!
So who is with me in the naughty group?
May you have the naughtiest, nicest Christmas Day!