I have my MystiCon schedule and it looks fabulous. As always, they put me on panels with the wonderful Lexxx Christian, which means there will be plenty of fun to be had.
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.