Another whirlwind week on deck! Wanna play a game of where’s Margaret?
- In case you missed it, I was at Fiction University last week talking about writing mojo and the tricks we writers play on ourselves to make things happen.
- I’m at Just Contemporary Romance today and tomorrow talking about the differences between a house and a home.
- I have a GoodReads giveaway starting this week! Be sure to enter and to tell all of your friends!
- Less than 2 weeks until I terrorize the Northwest Suburbs! I’ll be signing copies of FLIP THIS LOVE at the Chicago North RWA Spring Fling Conference book signing Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 3-5pm at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg. Mark your calendars!
Okay, now that we have that mess out of the way… Hi! How are you? I’m happy to report that things are finally looking up around here. I can’t give any specifics about good things in progress, but let me say I’ll be cranking out plenty of reading material for 2017 and beyond!
Ahem. Thank you, Buzz.
I’ve started a new novel this week. It’s called A BOLT FROM THE BLUE and I’m having a lot of fun writing it. In this book, I’m reimagining the first original character I’d ever developed. Our heroine is a free-spirited former debutante named Hope, and she’s about to give an ultra-grounded electrician named Mick one hell of a jolt.
Oh, and in case you missed it, FLIP THIS LOVE is available and readers are really falling for Harley Cade, rough edges and all! Have you read FLIP THIS LOVE? Please, please, please consider leaving a review at Amazon, GoodRead, iBooks, B&N, or wherever you buy books. Reviews not only give an author feedback, but they provide an excellent marketing tool (See below).
“Before I say anything else, I need to confess that I’m hopelessly in love with Harley Cade. There. I said it.”
“Harley, Harley, Harley how to describe him well he’s sweet, but at the same time he could be a smarta**”
“Furthermore, the story itself features my favorite kind of hero—a self-made entrepreneur who works with his hands and who treats his mother like a queen.”
“I liked that Harley never gave up on Laney. It’s a true testament to how much she matters to him.”
And my friend Karen made this pretty graphic for me
If you blog or use social media, please feel free to grab it (right click and save photo as…) and use it to help share the love!