This summer has been very busy for me, and it's about to get busier.
I'm leaving for the RWA conference this Wednesday, and I'm proud to say I'll be signing at the epic "Readers for Life" Literacy Autographing event at the Anaheim Convention Center. It's free and open to the public, so if you live in the area come stop by and get some great books signed by some great authors. There's like 400 authors signing! Can you say nervous? (I'm beyond nervous.)
As soon as I get back from RWA, I'll be moving into a new home. Yay! (Don't even get me started on all the "stuff" that goes along with moving.)
I also have not one, but TWO sequels to write. And a short story. All while keeping up with emails and tweets and Facebook messages. Oh, and all those other tedious tasks that go along with living a semi-normal life.
So, my blog will be very quiet for the next month or two. I'm sure most of you understand and wrestle with the same stress, pressure, and responsibilities, so I won't ramble anymore. I need to get back to writing. These books don't write themselves.
"Will readers of supernatural be drawn to my story even though there are no werewolves or vampires? Only time will tell. I could have followed popular trends and thrown in a blood sucking or howl-at-the-moon moment but that wouldn't be true to who I am or who my characters are. So with that in mind, vampires, werewolves, wizards, fairies, even leprechauns, watch out! There's a group of extraordinary and complex characters patiently waiting in the shadows, ready to give you magical creatures a run for your money. They're called The Kindrily. And while a full moon is beautiful to look at, it only shines once a month. Some stars shine forever, and my people are all about the stars." ~Me (Full Moon Post) www.TheKindrily.com