Yep, the snow is gone and it feels like spring. Mostly, anyway. (Can you hear the snow gods laughing at me?) I’ve solidly switched my focus from writing to promoting, and I’m missing it already. My writing in February and March is like the dry spells of July and August where everything just hangs in wait for the rain. Yesterday, though, was productive, and I’ve got all the pages set to drop in the tour photos, spots to fill one by one in a steady progression ticking the days off until I’m back at home. I really questioned if I wanted to do the bunny cam this year, but caved at the last moment. It’s a pain in the butt (and takes about an hour between flights and sleep) to drop the photos you guys take in line onto the website, but I do so love to see all the smiling faces. So there it is. Bunny cam is back on the agenda.
I’ve been busy taking phone interviews as well, so hopefully I’ll have a few places to send you soon. Even though the count-down says five, I’m at one and in full panic mode as I scramble to get my act together. Tomorrow I’m out the door on a one-day event at a book buyers meeting. Speach-a-fying, as opposed to taking Q&A, is so-o-o-o-o-o not my forte. It should be interesting in a terrifying sort of way to see how far I get before I crash and go to Q&A. I’m guessing five minutes? Anyway, it will get this tour started with a jolt of adrenaline. Once tomorrow’s over, it’s a piece of cake.
Not enough caffeine in the world . . .