Three plucky sleuths. A crumbling skeleton. A buried treasure.
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Most of you know I'm about to turn a book loose in the world, so if you're a writer, you understand my state of body and mind. I'm booked pretty solid through August and probably September, but believe me, I'm eyeing November or December for some down time.
To add to the confusion, Blogger ate my Blog List last week and then did some nasty things to my posts, so I had my head into html again--not fun in the summer, well anytime really. Apologies for not getting around to everyone's blog as usual. I'll be catching up soon.
My Email Connect ( EC) is growing. And in August I'll be featuring my sixth author. Who I pull from the hat is always a surprise for my EC followers, and I'm really enjoying reading, reviewing and featuring writers like this. If you're interested in what's going on behind the scenes, sign up and join us for my launch month. It's going to be special with more gifts--dragon related, of course. And more about my copywriting course. I'd love to have you as part of the group.
The Beginning of New Paths and Native Landscaping
I've turned to landscaping as one way to hoist myself off the writing chair and change a garden to native plants. We have a vacation home that my in-laws built back in the seventies, and it needs mega work. Great! Another project. But I'm enjoying the creative part (moving rocks and digging holes for new plants--creative?) while my husband shakes his head over the construction issues.
I took a quick break and went to San Francisco for a SCBWI mixer at Books Inc. (the oldest bookstore in the city, btw) And I'm really glad I did. I met a lot of booksellers as well as authors and illustrators. I've been trying to do more volunteering for the organization, so I hope to be at more mixers like this one.
Well, I'm off to check on my book blog tour. Today I'm visiting these amazing bloggers.
The Silver Dagger Scriptorium (sounds ominous, doesn't it?)
My Quote for the Week: "Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching." Thomas Jefferson (This one seemed appropriate on many levels.)