Happy Turkey Day

Yeah, I know. I don’t post as much as I should and I have a good reason for that. I’m usually busy working on a project. Now, I know my progress might seem a little sad this year, but I’m hoping to pick it up for next year.

In the mean time, I hope you all have a happy and safe Thanksgiving. We’re keeping it very low key by staying home and enjoying each others company. The only “festive” thing we’ve done so far is take holiday portraits as Belks. Oh, and no Black Friday shopping for us. We’re planning to put Little Bit in daycare and then return home to go through her old toys so we can give them away to Goodwill. Now, while that might seem mean, it’s not. Those toys will get replaced with whatever Santa brings her. Plus, she won’t know those toys are missing anyway.

Okay, so enough about my boring life. You just make sure you enjoy every ounce of yours. 🙂


Happy New Year!

This is the time of year where everyone reflects back on the year and recaps their biggest accomplishments.  Do you need to guess which one mine was?  😆  The birth of Baby Girl, of course.  She tops everything.  Mom coming to live with me makes #2. 

But on the writing side I scored my first guest panelist spot–twice.  I happy to report I’ll be returning to ConCarolinas again this year as a guest writer.  Woohooooooo!  RavenCon wasn’t going to work because of the timing and the cash flow.  Happily, I’ll be hanging out at the Romantic Times Booklover’s Convention in 2010 and couldn’t be more excited about that.

Also, I saw the publication of STRIPPED with a new publisher and SEDUCTION ON THE PROWL with and old one.  I’ve gained many new writer friends (and rekindled some friendships with old ones), most of them listed on the side bar.  I also had the chance to put up a new website…and sadly, I’ve been working on another one that will probably go up after the new year because I’ve had some procrastination on my hands.  😆

Along with the good, there’s also been bad, which I won’t share with you on this blog.  Only my closest friends know about those and I’d prefer to keep it that way.  Let’s face it.  When I cry, I cry alone and off camera (a.k.a internet). 

So as I ring in the New Year with a new family, I wish you guys all the best for yours.  May your dreams come true and be fulfilled beyond your wildest dreams.   😀

Happy New Year, everyone!