Friday, September 21, 2007

Blogging blogging everywhere . . .

Sometimes I wonder if I would write more on my book if I wrote less here. But I don't think I would. I think the writing is entirely different.

And because I am trusting that I'm right and I'm not denying my book anything, I'm also blogging elsewhere this coming week.

Starting tomorrow you will find me over at Jane Porter's Bulletin Board where I'll be chatting with whoever drops in. So if you are of a mind to, please stop by and say hi. Ask questions. Make comments. Glad to have you.

And while you're there, take a look at Jane's books. She's written Presents for several years now (I met her in 2000 and she was pretty much a newbie then, but that's quite a while ago) and she's very good at it. But in my humble opinion, she's even better when it comes to writing her mainstreamier books.

I adored her first one, The Frog Prince. I gave it to everyone I knew. I was a one-person Jane Porter booster club with that book (and I wasn't alone. I'm sure there were/are lots of other Jane fans after that book, though probably they didn't all buy as many copies as I did). Then she went on to charm me with Flirting With Forty. And now I have Odd Mom Out in my hot little hands (and no time to read it! Drat, drat, drat!).

But I will read it on the plane to Seattle, Jane. Did I tell you I'm coming? No, probably not. But I am. And you read it here first. Soon, too. But we'll talk about that later.

The other place I'm blogging this week is at Love Is An Exploding Cigar, a fun "community" website where lots of people chat and guest bloggers can talk about whatever they are interested in at the moment -- and if you are very lucky you can win books. Pretty neat place to be. Anyway, I'll be over there on September 25th. So if you want to have a chance to win an early copy of The Boss's Wife For A Week, stop by and visit. You will have to register to comment, but it's free and easy. Hope to see you there.

In the meantime, my two new lovers, PJ and Ally, are cooperating beautifully. I don't know that they are especially glad to see each other again, but I'm certainly glad to see them!

In fact they are demanding that I get back to them. And I really need to because tomorrow we have a grandson's birthday party to go to and I need to get as much writing done as I can first. Got to have this story wrapped up before I head off to Seattle.

Keep your fingers crossed for LOTS of character cooperation.

Did I mention Seattle?


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