It’s a good thing I didn’t go home for my day off, because right now, I’d be sorely tempted to simply not go back out. Between a week of criminally cheap toilet paper and housekeeping banging on my door in the early AM hours trying to get a jump on their work day, I now remember why I’m always so reluctant to leave my warm office chair. It’s sucky out here.
And now that my pity party is over, I have a few tasty tidbits for you guys.
The last of the four guest blogs over at LitFestMagazine. I’m not sure if the new posting is up yet. My room is deep inside the hotel with a spectacular view of someone else’s room, and I’m not getting a good enough signal to load the page. LitFestMagazine.
A link to HarperCanada’s March Madness event. They do this every year, and the one time I promoted it, you guys pushed me all the way to the last event where we were beat out in the last hour. Seriously, it was the last hour. But here’s the link if you are so inclined to take part again. The book that is in contention is DEAD WITCH WALKING, and it’s in the James Rollins category. (You have to scroll down the clipboard to find it.) One lucky Canadian voter will get a copy of all 64 books in the contest. (Anyone can vote, but only a Canadian person can win the books.) March Madness