I spent a bit of time with the family this weekend, which means 9 hours up on Friday, and 9 hours back home on Sunday.
Time spent getting to spend family time?
Je ne regrette rien.
We’ve added two more generations to this brood. The
excuse reason for the trip was a celebration of my nephew’s recent marriage. Therefore, we spent the weekend eating, drinking, and dancing like and with toddlers.
My great nieces and nephews are super impressed with Aunt Moogie’s moves. I even got to meet a great-nephew and great-niece I had not seen yet. 🙂
In addition to busting a move on the dance floor, the first round of revisions on DOUBLE PLAY is nearly complete. Next, it will be on to my editor for a rigorous scouring. We’re aiming for an October release date on Avery’s story.
And did you see the trailer for the new A STAR IS BORN movie? I squeed when I watched it because I like to say the book I’m revising now (SUPERSTAR) is a sort of Nashville meets A Star is Born family saga. I have high hopes for it!
Also, I am getting very excited for the Romance Writers of America annual conference in Denver next month. I’ll be participating in a romance panel and signing at Boulder Books on July 18th, and the RWA Literacy Signing on Saturday, July 21st. If you live in the Denver area, be sure to mark your calendar!
Whew! Busy week/weekend. Hence, I have to go appease a needy Labrador now. Anyone have any extra Milk Bones?