So, if you’re around the convention, here’s where I’ll be…
Fri 7:00 PM Ballroom E – WritingYA Lit: Breathing New Life Into SF/F
Fri 10:00 PM Boardroom 1 – Adult Characters with Benefits
Fri 11:00 PM ‐ 1:00 AM Rm 533 – Paranormal Erotic Paranormal Romance Reading
Sat 12:00 PM Ballroom E – Writing Making Old Stories New
Sat 7:00 PM Signing Table
Sat 11:00 PM Rm 438 – Writing Did That Really Happen?
Sun 10:00 AM Ballroom D Literature – What Will You Be Reading in 2020?
Sun 12:00 PM Rm 533 – Reading Koffee Klatch
Given that I usually bring my family to these things, I don’t have the heart to tell my mom that I’m on a 18+ panel where they’ll ID you before letting you in. How cool is that? 😀
I found another short story that I decided to resurrect. I know I said I’d never write a vampire book, but I wanted to write this one because single moms need love, too. Single women without kids shouldn’t have a monopoly on sexy vampire encounters. The rest of us need some love, too. 😉 There’s also the fact, that I’ve mentioned this book at MystiCon 2012, so it’s time to ante up.
At 17,000 words, If I Should Die is about a single mom whose first vampire encounter left her broken and battered, and a second one that dooms her to repeat a terrifying history.
Even though I’m still fiddling with the cover art, the story is in the hands of my editor. I’m hoping to release If I Should Die on March 4th, but we’ll see.