Monday, May 2, 2016

What's Going On

I got my newsletter out yesterday.  If you didn't get one, check your spam folder.  If you still didn't get one, and you know you signed up, let me know.  If you haven't signed up for a newsletter, shame on you.  Just kidding.  But you are missing out on some 'subscriber only' stuff.  Like a first look at the cover and the blurb.  And chances at an early copy of my latest books or free swag.

I'll release the cover and the blurb worldwide on Friday.

My final round of edits came back from AWE last night.  I read through her edit letter and it all seems good.  I have plans to get Fertile Ground ready to publish by the 16th - whether I set it for pre-order so it goes live on the 26th or I just release it into the wild like an eagle who's been held captive, I don't know.  Either way, I hope it's maiden flight doesn't result in a crash.

I have a winner for my Goodreads contest for a copy of In Deep Wish.  I'll package that for shipment today, along with a book for my editor (I'm such a slacker) and a copy of Dying Embers for an injured police officer in TX to help with his recovery. (He likes mystery, suspense, and crime, so I offered to send a book.)

I need to order postcards for Fertile Ground and create new bookmarks.  If you want one of my old pre-'Fertile Ground' bookmarks, let me know. 

I feel like I'm forgetting something.  Not surprising, since forgetting something is a natural state for me. 

Anyway, have an awesome Monday and stop back on Friday for the cover reveal for Fertile Ground.


  1. My brain is Swiss cheese. I don't know how you stay as organized as you do. I've given up. Words. That's all I can focus on. LOL

    That's cool you're sending the book to an injured officer. :)

    Okay. Gonna get to work now. No, really. I am. Sh'up! I'm writing. ;)

  2. Me? Organized? I have two calendars, sticky notes, and a to-do list - all of which I mostly forget to look at. I woke up in the middle of the night last week realizing I hadn't paid bills for April yet. I think we're sisters in an alternate reality where brains are made of Swiss cheese.

    Yeah, an acquaintance on FB mentioned that a writer friend of hers was organizing a book thing for the officer in Austin. He was in a bad car accident and has a long recovery ahead where he will have a lot of time to read. I'm totally behind officers and I'm always happy to help a fellow accident survivor.

    You better have been writing. :wags judgey finger: ROFL, as if I have any business saying that to anyone. ;o)

  3. Wow, I agree with Silver - you are so organized. It's amazing what you've got to do, in such a short time. Good luck.