Tag: Valentine’s Day

Tips for Collecting Valentines

Vintage valentines can be very valuable, especially Victorian era pop-up honeycomb ones. Values vary and can range into the hundreds of dollars up to thousands. Check Kovels Valentine’s Day collectibles Pinterest board for examples and values. I am… Read More

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Time to Share Some Valentine Love

I’m a romantic at heart and by profession. After all, I do write about romance. February is my favorite time of year. Saint Valentine, for whom the day is named, was a real priest. He went to prison… Read More

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February Words of Love

the greatest refreshment in life. ~Pablo Picasso a canvas furnished by Nature and embroidered by imagination. ~Voltaire a game that two can play and both win. ~Eva Gabor an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired. ~Robert Frost a… Read More

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Valentines – the mirrors of romance

Next Sunday will be Valentine’s Day. You may feel the greeting card companies, jewelers, and florist have forced the holiday upon us. The day has certainly been commercialized. Consumers are predicted to spend close to nineteen billion dollars… Read More

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Valentine Words – One Word Wednesday

In two days, on February 14, many people will be exchanging cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.” It’s the day of romance named for a Christian martyr St. Valentine and dates back to the 5th… Read More

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Valentines are the Mirror of Romance

As a romance writer, I love February 14th. St. Valentine’s Day is THE romance day of the year. To me, valentines are the mirror of romance. According to legend, Saint Valentine was a real priest who lived in… Read More

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