Home Again

Phew! I’m home again, after attending both Book Expo America in New York, and Lori Foster’s RAGT in West Chester Ohio. Although I was home for a few days in between, it feels as if I’ve been gone for ages. The garden has gone *boom* and the laundry has piled up. The best part is that I have lots of new ideas, and a new pair of shoes.

It was wonderful to meet so many of you, live and in person, and to talk about books – as well as a little bit about knitting. I met Eve Langlais, too, who is organizing the Ottawa readers’ conference next April.

Now I’m back at my desk until February with a To Do list to last well past that. Malcolm and Catriona have been impatiently awaiting my attention, and I have the scribbled notes to show for their determination that I get their story right. There are two new Goodreads contests coming up this month – the first one opens tomorrow – as well as the big Midsummer’s Dream Giveaway from fourteen historical romance authors this month. There’s a sale at the end of the month (starting the 25th) and my newsletter will go out on the 15th with more news.

Finally, I have a contemporary romance couple that just won’t leave me alone – I’d wanted them to wait until 2015, but they just might jump line. They’re pretty passionate and quite charming. I might not be able to resist them after Malcolm and Catriona are happily-ever-after. πŸ™‚ Now, there’s work to be done! I hope you’ve all been good while I was away.

4 thoughts on “Home Again

  1. Deb, WOW really a contemporary couple who won’t leave you alone!

    And I sent a friend of mine in your direction who was also going to the event so I hope that Becke remembered to tell you hello from me πŸ™‚
    Glad you’re home all safe and sound and ready to get down to biz!!!
    xo

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    • LOL Ang – mine are actually a different colour, which isn’t shown on the website. (Strange but true.) Mine are a russet colour with olive/brown straps. It’s called Brick Combo, but I couldn’t find a picture of it online.

      They are really comfortable, too. πŸ™‚

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