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Monday, September 30, 2013

Trick or Treat isn't just for kids anymore!


Welcome to Romance Books 4 Us everyone. I'm your tour guide for the day, Nicole Morgan and as some of you may have noticed I drop by with a new post on the first of every month and either ramble like a fool or amaze you with my intellect. LOL. Okay, yes that last one was a stretch, but...I've got you smiling now, don't I? Now that you're good and loosened up, go ahead and kick your shoes off, sit back, relax and enjoy!
Trick or Treat isn't just for kids anymore! 
With Halloween just around the corner, I wanted to touch on the fun and more adult side of this yearly tradition we all know as Trick or Treat. We all know what Trick or Treat is usually associated with, but rarely do we use our grown up imaginations to use this simple concept to our advantage. We all love romance books, right? So, why wouldn't we want to do everything we can to add a little spark into our every day lives? 

For those of you who know me, I make no secret about the fact that I'm in a relationship and will soon be marrying my prince charming. However, what many don't know about me is my Martha Stewart side. Not in the "I'm going to start wearing button down shirts, cardigans and stop fixing my hair" kind of way, LOL but in the "I can be super creative" kind of way. I love taking ordinary things and making them extraordinary. And what better way to do that, but to take something as simple as Trick or Treat and turn it into an adult game sure to spice up your love life and open up your mind to new ideas! 

I know, you're all sitting around eagerly wanting to know how you can do this, so allow me to explain. First what you need is an ordinary jar or container. 




Next what you'll need is a pad of paper. Nothing fancy, just any old pad of paper. So far, it's pretty easy, right? Well, just wait...




Then the next and most important ingredient is your imaginationPut the container somewhere in your bedroom - out of sight from prying younger eyes - then whenever you and your significant other has a romantic little thought, no matter how tame or how naughty it may be, write them down. Fold up the piece of paper and write whether its a trick or a treat on the outside before placing it in the jar. 
What's the difference between a trick or a treat? Well the answer to that lies within your own imagination as there are no limits to this fun little game. The only limits are those that you give yourself. But, an easy way to explain it is, a trick is something that you've never done before but are curious to try. this may also involve anything from a new restaurant or something as risque as a new position. ;-) But then there's the treat. This is something you've done, you love, but you cannot wait to do it again. Again, this could be something very simple, or as inventive as your mind may be. It's one of those wonderful little treats! ;-) 
So go on and have yourself a little fun! It only takes a few simple items, but you'll be glad you tried it! The only thing that stands in front of you enjoying an adult Halloween is yourself! :-) 



Nicole Morgan is an author of erotic romance novels, which more often than not have a suspenseful back story. Erotic romance mixed with good old-fashioned whodunit. While she's written everything from contemporary to paranormal her leading men will more than likely be wearing a uniform of some kind. From military to police officers, she has a love for writing about those who protect and serve. From her very first novel (which turned into a four book series) about Navy SEALs to her more recent releases you will be sure to find a few twists and turns you were not expecting.

She also has a recurring monthly column in Book & Trailer Showcase's eMagazine, and is a proud member of the Romance Books 4 Us Gold Authors. 

Find out more about Nicole and her books by visiting her websiteblogGoogle + PageTwitterFacebook and her Yahoo Group, Nicole’s Think Tank.

Until next month my lovies ~ Nicole 

6 comments:

Paris said...

Nicole,

What a creative, fun idea!

Rose Anderson said...

Great post Nicole. :)

Tina Donahue said...

Great idea, Nicole!

Sandy said...

Nicole, you could use this in a Halloween story. Wink! I enjoyed your creative ideas.

Melissa Keir said...

Wonderful fun time. My ex-hubby used to do Trick and Booze around the neighborhood. As the men walked the kids around trick or treating, they picked up a drink at each house. :)

Janice Seagraves said...

Sounds like fun. :)

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