Archive for the 'Conferences' Category
Summer has given pretty much her last gasp in my neighborhood. The weather has turned cooler, it’s getting dark earlier and the leaves are already starting to turn. School started last week although it was a typical first week so … Read More »
At Lust Bites with a new snippet of Stripped (extra spicy!) so head on over and say hello!
Book reading wise, I finished Mark Henry’s Happy Hour of the Damned: Happy Hour is so wrong, so very, very wrong that … Read More »
Heard back from our editor at Black Lace today and he said he really enjoyed TCOB. His comments made me quite happy and I’m looking forward to plotting out the next book with Megan next week!
Early tomorrow I’m off … Read More »
The swag I ordered for RT arrived and it’s so super awesome! This is something just for the folks attending our reader party on Friday and for some of the baskets I’m doing. They turned out so well, I’m totally … Read More »
WHEEE! Today I got notes from Amazon that The Outlaw Demon Wails AND Grimspace have shipped. Yes, that’s right, I have read Grimspace but I’m buying a copy too, LOL! Also about half an hour ago, Rhyannon Byrd’s new Nocturne … Read More »
I usually read a lot. Several books a week along with writing but at the moment I’m working on three different projects at three different stages of the process (editing, revising and writing) so I’m so busy I’m not able … Read More »
Went to the Emerald City conference this past weekend and it was lovely until the conference crud set in, sending me home early. I was thrilled to hang out with my agent, friend and all around rock star Laura Bradford … Read More »
So, week one of Sven – 24.5K! WHEEEE!
I’d written an opening scene but it just wasn’t working for me, or it was fine but I want more than fine. So I changed that and it totally freed everything so … Read More »
Hey everyone, I’m back!
The Lori Foster thing was fabulously fun and I am so glad to got to meet some really wonderful people (Barb, Pam, Anne, Karen, Tara, etc as well as several authors I hadn’t met yet). The … Read More »