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As I sit and contemplate on the last 44 trips around the sun, I realize how fortunate I have been to have had the experiences that have shaped the person I am today and all the people who have come in and out of my life. I especially appreciate the friends that have stuck around. I’m humbled by the love I’ve been shown throughout my life.
As I embark upon my 45th voyage around our blazing star, I anticipate a great year. I plan to release two books; Lip Smacked, the sequel to Pucker Up, and the still yet untitled Laney and Kody story set after the events of The Tenth Life of Mr Whiskers. I’m in revisions for both so be on the lookout for the release dates. I may even have What the Fae? close to release. I depends on how fast and if I can recover the document from my dead laptop. Let this be a lesson to you – always backup your work every time!
I also plan to attend a couple writing conferences to hone my craft, including RT2017 in Atlanta, GA. So if you’re going to be in the area the beginning of May, stop by and say hi. I’d love to meet you.
Have a fabulous summer and happy reading!
Merry Christmas from my family to yours. I hope 2016 brings you much happiness, magic, and lots and lots of wonderful books to read.
I hope everyone has a wonderful day with your loved ones, eating great food and being grateful for all the blessings in your life. I’m thankful for my wonderful children, my amazing boyfriend who is doing almost all the cooking, and my fabulous sister and brother-in-law for hosting the meal.
Everyday I’m grateful for all that I have: my family and friends to love, my job that helps me pay my bills, my apartment to give us shelter, my car to get me to my destinations safely, and my laptop to pour all my creative juices into.
Enjoy your day and be thankful not just today but everyday. And don’t forget the pumpkin pie. Always be grateful for pie.
I had a lovely time yesterday at Face in a Book in El Dorado Hills, CA at a book signing I had with two of my favorite author friends, K. D. Blakely and Cheryl Mahoney. We had a great outpouring of support from family and friends and we got to meet some new readers.
K.D. Blakely brought the first 3 books in her Chimera Chronicles series; Secrets in the Dark, Secrets in the Deep, and Secrets in the Dawn. She’s currently working on the fourth book and I’m super excited for her to finish so I can read it. It’s a great series.
I had a great time talking to friends I hadn’t seen in a while and meeting new people. The store staff were a delight to work with and they were also very pleased with the turnout. Hopefully we’ll be able to do this again next year when each of our next books are released. And yes, I’m still working on Lip Smacked but I’m making great headway. I’m very excited to get it finished and out into the world.
Sorry for my long absence but life has decided to throw a couple curveballs my way. I am currently working on the second book to Pucker Up which is titled Lip Smacked. It’s the continuation of Ivy, Garren, Thane, and Athena’s journey after they woke up the cursed prince and have to travel back to Salmagundi to fix the wards.Sounds easy enough, right? But since when has anything gone according to plan for these guys. I’m hoping to have it published by the end of the year.
As I’m writing I have also been reading the Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead, my favorite author. I’m just started the last book and man has this been an excited ride for Sydney and Adrien. I’m conflicted about book simply because I want to just plow through it and read the hopefully happy ending yet IT IS THE LAST BOOK IN THE SERIES. I also want to take my time and enjoy being with these characters as long as possible. But I guess that’s the great thing about books- you can always go back and live the world again with a simple turn of a page.
I’m also excited to meet Richelle Mead again when I see her at the RT Convention in Dallas next month, and all the other fabulous YA authors.
Is there a book or series that you love reading over and over again? Let me know.