Hello all, I hope you’ve had a good week so far. I’ve been doing tons of revisions, so busy more offline than on. My goodness! I can’t believe we’re already halfway through February! Wasn’t it just Christmas a second ago?
Year confusion aside, 😉 I do have a couple places I’ve popped up. First up, I’ve got a few things going on this week, for my
, I have a–or rather my heroine Caitlin has an interview and giveaway at Laurie’s Paranormal Thoughts: http://bit.ly/Vsk3pw
Also, I’ve had a great interview and book trailer spot, here at Books Really Are Very Entertaining!
I hope you like them! In other news, I submitted a new story to EHS. Cross your fingers!
And thanks to Nichelle and Laurie for hosting me!
Back to the ole writing cave.
And now for a little something different… For your reading pleasure…
BTseMag January 2013
This issue features our friend Emily Guido and the romance author Felicity Heaton. So do check it out!
Hi again. Happy Sunday. 🙂 I hope ya’ll are having a good weekend. We are. I’ve been writing my little fingers off. Working on a new book and getting ready to release my first! Nothing on the new books pile this week. I’m still reading those several from the library I told you about last week. Interesting stuff. For you YA fans, I am almost finished with Heather Burch’s Halflings, so look for a review of that, soon, and I’m still reading Deception by Lee Nichols.
Enjoying it too. Word of caution, if you have it on your TBR list? Do not look at the last pages of the book. I made that mistake and saw a major spoiler that had me going “OH MAN!!!!” *headdesk* Why do publishers *do* that????
I saw this via my mail *waves to Kate Policiani* and thought y’all might find this dystopian novel interesting.
via Author Blog-in: The End of the World Sucks «.
Also, via Library Girl reads and reviews, I saw there’s a .99 cent sale going on on some good books–Ann Charles and Terri Giuliano Long just to name a few. Check it out here.
And that’s me for this weekend. Back to writing. Working on Book Two….:) Details soon, patience, grasshoppers!