Happy March to you! It’s still cold in Ohio, but I’m hoping the spring thaw happens soon. I planted some bulbs in the front of my condo last fall and I’m curious if they’ll appear. (My thumb isn’t exactly green.)
Now to share a few happy events in my writing career:
1) I’m under contract for my fourth novel with Omnific Publishing! On Best Behavior (The Conduct Series #3) will be the third and final novel in my romantic suspense trilogy, which tracks the journey of two ex-cons falling in love and running from the Mafia. It feels wonderful to finish a series.
I can almost visualize the cover for On Best Behavior, and I can’t wait to see what my publisher creates. If you want to add On Best Behavior to your Goodreads TBR shelf, go HERE.
2) I’ll be a featured author at the New Adult Sleepover Weekend. One of my sisters lives near Hilton Head, so the Savannah, Georgia location is perfect for me.
This gathering of authors and readers will take place 12/6/13, hosted by Stella Price and Damaris from Good Choice Reading. Check HERE for more info.
I look forward to discussing my mature YA/NA novel Streamline with readers.
3) Streamline‘s turning one year old. Stay tuned next week for the Book Birthday Bash, with over 20 blogs signed up March 25-29. Details are HERE.
Finally, I meet with my tax preparer today. Gathering bundles of paperwork crap isn’t so happy, but getting a return will be! Have you done your taxes yet?
3 thoughts on “Happy Times”
I envy you the conference. I hate going to the tax preparer — I always owe the government money — I am a single male– ouch! LOL.
You do have lots of good news. Makes up for the cold weather.(Still cold over here in Dayton, too.)
Taxes… the word gives me hives. The 'New Adult Sleepover Weekend' sounds a bit kinky, Jen. But congratulations on being included!I've added On Best Behavior to my to-read list on Goodreads, and can't wait to get back to Sophie and Grant's world!