Showing posts from January, 2011

UK Blog tour

Yes, I know - you haven't heard from me in a few weeks.  I was at Seton Hill teaching for a week and then my family went on a Caribbean Cruise for a week, and I was banned from using the computer (me?  addicted?  obviously not since I went a whole week without logging on to anything! **shuddering at the memory**). I spent all this week updating portions of my website, and writing my bi-monthly (yeah, right, more like tri-monthly) email newsletter.  If you are not a subscriber you are missing out.  I'm sending a short story about Yelena and Valek that only my newsletter subscribers can read.  If you like to subscribe go here:   Then fill out the form all the way down to the bottom of the page.   When you get the “confirmation” email – please click on the link provided to complete the process, then let me know and I'll send you the latest issue. As part of my newsletter, I promised links to the big blog tour the UK office did to p

Happy New Year!

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday!  It's the start of a new year and I already said back in December I would blog more as a resolution.  Well 6 days into 2011 and I already messed up!  Here are the excuses :) In the last two weeks, I... - wrote a 7,500 word short story titled, The Coldest Game for the Bewere the Night anthology coming out in May! - wrote 10,000 words in the new healer fantasy novel (still no official title), but the book is due early March - yikes! - prepared for three classes that I'm teaching for Seton Hill University's MFA writing program (leaving tomorrow - and side note to all aspiring authors out there - the Seton Hill Program is the best - just saying ;>) - went skiing two nights (my legs are like jelly right now!) - And did the whole holiday thing, shopped, wrapped presents, cooked, baked, entertained, you know... If you've been looking forward to my next newsletter, you'll have to wait another week (see list of excuses a