HAPPY RELEASE DAY TO LILI ST. CROW!
Betrayals is book two in her Strange Angels young adult series and I just LOVED the first book. Click on the cover to go to Amazon and read an excerpt or order your own copy!
As for me, still alive and kicking. While Rachel and I started critiques, they slowed a bit and will be continuing soon-probably within a couple of days. I’m also working hard on a side writing project and seriously looking into paying jobs that would use my writing or marketing skills. (While it wasn’t the most amusing work, I do miss the contract work I did from home. Someone needs to convince the oil and gas industry here that the economy is getting better. Oh and convince me too. LOL!!)
Seriously though, as most of you know, I have been on the job hunt this year. That takes up incredible amounts of time. Yes, I still hope to have a career writing novels–I write pretty fast and know I’d nail this gig. But as you also know, getting in takes some time. My lovely literary agent is marketing two books for me. The last one has only been out since September and something tells me this one will find a home faster.
I mean who doesn’t want to read a romantic young adult trilogy based on Norse mythology and set during Ragnarok–the Norse apocalypse–with lots of action?? 😉
I’ll be blogging at The Deadline Dames tomorrow. Do any of my readers have a topic they’d like to see addressed? Comments are down all over the blogosphere these days since most of us read from feeders like Google Reader-but if there’s a burning question on your tongue, drop it here in the comment section.
And until you get to pull my work off the shelves, check out all the books the Deadline Dames have out! Have you ever looked at our complete book list page? Doesn’t it blow your mind? I’m in such prolific and talented company there. All new releases are in the sidebar And… I also wanted to share this book.
My critique partner, Rachel Vincent, has a story in here called Binge. Let me just say… out of all of the work I’ve critiqued for her, this is one of my favorites. It’s a fantastic story! Click on the cover to read more about it!