How’s fall treating you so far? (Or spring for those of you from the Southern Hemisphere.)
The book signing at Barnes & Noble’s Local Author Day went spectacularly well. Lots of folks showed up, much to my delight! *big squishy hugs*
I got to meet a writer friend whom I’ve known online for years but never met in person. What a nice treat!
(There are some autographed copies available at Colonie Center’s B&N.)
My birthday was also fab. Got lots of books–YAY! AND I had a lovely time visiting the Adirondacks with Mom.
Even more exciting is I’ve been working on a couple of writing projects. One is a YA contemporary with dueling POVs (point of views). Lana and Mason’s stories are raw and dark, but their perseverence is striking. And when they meet, sparks fly. The other, still in outline form, is a YA historical fantasy about a female privateer forced to fight the king of France in order to save her family. Work is slow on both projects, but it’s nice to be actively creating worlds and words again.
So what’s next? Well, in a couple of weeks I’ll be heading to Glens Falls for the Chronicle Book Fair. It’s on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2015 from 11am-3pm.
I’ll be selling copies of The Zodiac Collector and Lore (a YA/NA anthology of folklore retellings).
I’ll also have a fun “game” with prizes, as well as giveaways (limited quantity), and plenty of swag & chocolate.
If you’re in the area, I’d love to see you!
Hopefully my new banner will help you see me (I’ve got a stand for it; fingers crossed I’ll know how to use it, lol!).