Today, I’m planning to enjoy being home. Just being.
I’m going to read through the manuscript of my next historical, The Man from Stone Creek, which is about three-quarters of the way done, and brainstorm the big finale. Tonight, I have school, and my homework is done, so I can breathe easy.
There are peonies on sale at my local Safeway. Few things stir my heart more than a fat, pink peony. Maybe I’ll buy some today.
Early reports on McKettrick’s Choice are very encouraging. I’ve seen your e-comments, and I appreciate them. Thank you for buying
Archive for June, 2005
Phew! What a trip THAT was!
I got the star treatment all the way, from my wonderful new publisher, HQN, aka Harlequin. (They really ARE romance.)
I hit the ground running Wednesday night, dropped my bags off at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square, and grabbed a taxi for a fabulous restaurant called Beacon, where I met with Leslee Borger and Dietrich Nelson, movers and shakers in Truth Be Told, the fabulous PR firm Harlequin hired to make me a star. My agent, Irene Goodman, was there, too, and a good time was had by all.
Up bright and early