I’ve pulled up the “new post” page a couple times since Gizmo Guy’s post, but what a hard act that post was to follow. GG’s a little embarrassed by all the attention he drew — oh, don’t worry, he did say originally send it to me as a post, but he didn’t expect so many people to respond. As I said at the start of that post, he’s a man of few words, but when he speaks….Wow.
He’s out for his regular Sunday morning round of golf with one of his friends. Guitar Hero is off driving his new truck to get a hang of how it handles before he has to drive to his new job site next week on the other side of Toronto. And Curly’s downstairs laughing about something. Spike’s asleep on the chair beside me so the house is quiet.
I’ve received some emails asking about the next in the Hauberk series. I have completed Chad’s story–it’s a reunited love story. It’s currently in with my editor. Fingers crossed, I’ll know something soon. Here’s hoping I’ve done Chad’s story justice and my editor will give it a thumbs up.
The first draft of Dillon’s great-grandparents is finished, and now I’m editing it, in hopes that there’ll be good news on it too. And I’m drafting up a synopsis for a sequel to Texas Tangle following Dillon’s brother Griffin. And I have another couple projects I’ve been fiddling with but there’s not enough done on them yet to talk about. Lots to do.
Don’t forget that the good folks over at Whipped Cream and Long and Short of It Reviews have a contest for a Nook going on that ends today. Head on over there as you can win not only a Nook but lots of ebooks, including Private Property.
Oh, and don’t forget that the contest for Anne Hope’s Broken Angels is still open. You have until tomorrow night to leave a comment to enter to win your own copy.