A hearty thanks…

I love romance writers. The first time I went to a Toronto Romance Writers‘ meeting I was greeted with so much enthusiasm it was almost overwhelming. I’d never been in a room full of such supportive women before, so willing

To-Do List

As you may have noticed I’ve been AWOL a lot lately. I’ve been working on finishing up my latest work-in-progress and it’s taking all my concentration.  I’m hoping to have the last half finished and out to my critique partners

Palavering about edits

I finally got my erotic novella-that’s-no-longer-a-novella-but-now-is-category-length off to some of my critique partners the other day. It’s come back from a couple of them. As I was skimming through the comments, one of them noted that they didn’t understand a

Memories Remixed

While Wylie was driving me up to our ‘writing retreat’ last weekend, she turned up a song that I remembered from years ago – what I ‘thought’ was Toto’s Africa. A few bars in, I realized it had been remixed.

I met my goal!

…and now I’m brain-dead and exhausted. I arrived home about an hour ago from Collingwood, where Wylie Kinson, Amy Ruttan, Christine d’Abo and I staged a marathon write-in. *Waves to JACK* For my part, I managed my goal of 10K

Weekend update

On the home front, it’s been fairly quiet. Curly is bummed because their XBox 360 has broken down yet again. This is their third unit in eighteen months, and is a brand new replacement that’s less than a month old.

Busy weekend

Note to self: do not drink a Hazelnut Coffee, and two diet Pepsi’s after 3 p.m. unless you’re willing to be wired until 5 a.m. Seriously! I’m exhausted – thanks to all that caffeine. I drove into Toronto yesterday for