It's been a while since I posted a blog, and I just wanted to let you know that it may a little while longer before I start up regular posts again. I am neck deep in several manuscripts at the moment and having a hard time finding time for small things, like blogging...or sleep.
In the meanwhile, however, you can find me twice a month at The Lady Scribes Blog. (http://ladyscribes.blogspot.com/) I was so honored to be asked to be a part of that talented group of ladies, in the new year, and I'm having a lot of fun over there.
Also- I am working on a novella that I might just self-publish early this spring. Like the Danby Anthology, it's set in Regency England, but it has a much lighter, fun tone to it than Harry and Lily's story. I'm really enjoying writing it! So, be on the look-out for news about the novella. I'll let you know when I'm getting ready to publish it.
Of course, I'm still waiting to hear back from the Golden Heart, since they don't post finalists until about March, I think. I decided that the agony of uncertainty wasn't enough, so I'm going to also enter a manuscript in the Beau Monde's Royal Ascot writing contest. The Beau Monde is a special Romance Writers of America chapter devoted to all things Regency. For the untested and unpublished Regency author, this move is akin to running the gauntlet through a ring of burning fire...over hot coals...naked...while everyone stands around with their iPhones and snaps pictures.
I'm looking forward to it!
Umm. What else?
Oh! I bought my tickets and reserved my room for the Romance Writers of America's national conference this July, in California. I am so excited! My husband is thoroughly sick of listening to how excited I am, and we still have six more months to go. He's a good guy, though. He just nods and smiles, and pretends to listen with glazed eyes. If any of you are going, feel free to stop me in the hall or wherever and introduce yourself. I love meeting new people, especially romance writers and readers!
So, that's what's new with me. What's new with you?