Link through these web sites and detour through a romantic mind, says Jacquée T.
Jacquée T. lives life romantically, and shares it through her perspective in an earthy, approachable, everyday way.
She's an authoress, poetess, former newspaper columnist for "Letter from Chicago" and the online voice for A Romantic's Perspective(.com).
Her romantic attitude filters into all her writing, and appeals to men and women. Mainly because she does not intend to write romantically; she simply has a romantic outlook.
Romance is a part of life, she says, and an attitude.
Jacquée T. invites you to bookmark these sites:
--namesake site, beautifully designed by TrueTone Enterprises. The photo on the Home page shows Jacquée T. while on The Magnificent Mile "Lights Festival" annual procession. The Articles page features articles written while Jacquée T. was the "Letter from Chicago" newspaper columnist. This is past info, yet timeless. This site offers a romantic feel.
--"Vignettes" weblog. This is on Jacquée T.'s company web site, Detour Productions, LLC. The weblog posts are fewer between, yet also have a timelessness about them. Worth taking a cup of wine, or a cup of tea and sitting down for a read. Refer to the Table of Contents at right for more -- like "A fragrance affair" and "A Fish Story."
--A Romantic's Perspective. Jacquée T. knows so much about living life romantically, she decided to host a web site to feature the many ways. A Romantic's Perspective(.com) is updated seasonally, and that means spring, summer, autumn, Halloween, holidays, winter, Valentine's and spring again. Categories include "The Wine Corner," "The Green Romantic," and "First Dates." She has a Chicago-specific area for these categories. She also has a "Travel" and a "Cinema" section.
--AllVoices. Miss T. offers more knowledge of romantic subjects, more perspectives, that she shares on her AllVoices profile. As with A Romantic's Perspective(.com), most her articles are timeless. Go back a few pages into the articles line-up and find subjects like "New Year's Kiss," and "Bats: a mini guide to understanding them (and treating them!) better."
These are mostly about drawing romance from the environment, she says. Her books, A Poet's Moon, an historic novel with a suggestion of paranormal, and her poetry book Growing Up (the pain, the joy, the discoveries), reveal more of her passionate romantic side.