If you’ve been lurking here for a while, you probably know that I’m going to Comic Con, honored to be a literary guest this year. My schedule is starting to fall into place, and if all goes well, I should be on the floor most days at least once, so if you can only go one day, the stars are aligning. Also, unless something completely falls apart, there should be copies of INTO THE WOODS at the Harper booth. This is my only chance to get out and sign for this bad boy, and I’m excited about it. (If you want a signed copy and can’t make NY, I’ve got something going with Nicole’s. Info here:)
My proposed panels are not just about vampires, which has me doing the happy dance. There is so much to this job other than vampires, and getting to touch on other stuff is a relief. Needless to say I’m getting excited about wedging my butt out of my chair again. You can check out the Comic Con Website for more info
I spent a good portion of my day yesterday clearing my office of stuff that needed to be filed, sorted, tossed, stacked, and moved into storage. I have three places to put things now, and keeping it straight can be a challenge. Odd thing is that my office doesn’t look any cleaner. I’m just glad it’s Friday.
I was going to send you to Audiable today. A reader came to me with the Truth books being on sale for under five dollars for an audiobook, but when I went to check it out, I don’t see that price. I think it’s for people already subscribed to them. But if audiobooks are your thing, they seem to have a standard offer going of 7.49 for any of my titles if you “sign up.” If you’ve not heard, the Truth books are the very first thing I wrote, (seriously, the first friggin’ thing ever,) full of telepathic dragons, abandoned castles, and a father’s love for his daughter stretching past death. It’s very much traditional fantasy, and Alissa is not Rachel in a dress but her own person. Maybe I should have given her a crossbow instead of a kestrel. . . Ahhh, hindsight. (snerk)