I awoke to find a lovely email from a reader who wanted me to know how much she enjoyed Points on a Curve. Thank you, Mary. You truly made my day.
The Book Tour for The Eagle and the Fox (A Snowy Range Mystery) came to a successful conclusion. Grand prize winner of an Amazon gift card and print copy of the book was Sula. Winners of an eBook copy were Heather, Alan, Shirley, Ree, Shannon, Jen, Marco, Denise, Jen F, and Wax Applelover.
Thank you all for participating.
The NYC RWA Book Festival suffered from Ma Nature going all PMS on us. The weatherman announced there’d be no rain until 6pm. He lied. It poured. The event organizers moved mountains to cope and the day turned out to be a fab bonding experience. The panels were fun and enlightening, and my TBR list shot to the roof. We laughed, we got wet, we chatted and learned new things. And somehow I managed to come home with more books than I took. Funny that.
And a huge shout-out to good friend and fellow author, Roz Lee, who took on the Herculean task of driving into the city and finding us a place to park. I can’t think of a more fun gal to spend the day with. We topped it off with a dinner stop at On the Border (their shrimp bowl was to-die-for), then I hustled on home through dense fog and drizzle just in time to catch the last half of Orphan Black.
And perhaps the best part of my day? I came home to this…