Playing Lexulous doesn't have to take a chunk of time out of your day or take you away from more important tasks since you don't have to finish a game in one sitting. You take your turn when you want and play again after your opponent has played their word; there is no time limit to the game. Some players like a fast game, while others play here and there when they get a few minutes of Facebook time so it might take a few days to finish the game. There's room for the fast or slow player, and all in between.
I usually have a few games going at a time, and if I need a break from working on another project and it's not my turn on any of my games, I'll get in on a new game by either going to a table already being hosted, or start a game and wait for someone to join me.
I'm always up for a game with new friends, so look me up on Facebook and let me know when you're up for a game of Lexulous. I'll even let you make the first play.
I'm taking the A-Z Blogging Challenge, where I will post something from each letter of the alphabet on the corresponding day in April, except for Sunday, on (hopefully) all four of my blogs. You can see my other blogs in the sidebar - More From Marie Anne.