So, I had quite a little weekend! Mr. Agent Man is in town for the London Book Fair (okay, that’s not MY town, but it’s the same country, which is nice) so I hopped on a train yesterday and went up there to meet him for a drink. Which was pretty cool. We talked about edits for Unholy Ghosts–and, thanks to the bff, I have had a total brainstorm on those and I can’t wait to get working–and career stuff, and book stuff, and lots of fun good things. It was very odd, though, to be sitting drinking bourbon with a man who kept talking about how much he loves working with creative people, and realizing he meant me.
Speaking of which, I got a really cool review for Day of the Dead. Or rather, it was a decent review–the reviewer had some minor (justified, I think, DOH!) story issues–but check this out:
“This was worth it for the author’s prose. She really does know her way around her words.”
Seriously, that’s the kind of review that makes silly little writers like me tear up. You can read the whole thing here.
Also, in reviews, Urban Fantasy Land has posted its review here:
“Personal Demons is fast-paced, well-written and downright scary in places. The action doesn’t let up, although it does slow down at times so you can catch your breath and the love scenes between Greyson and Megan are hot enough to steam up your glasses.”
And there’s an interview with me, and a contest you can enter all week, here.
I received word this morning from a UK reader that their copy of Personal Demons has shipped. I’m not sure about US Amazon or bookstores yet, though. And, in case anyone was wondering, I will be extending the release month contest to the end of May.
I’m also trying to think of something fun to do this weekend, while almost everyone I know is off at the Romantic Times convention. Who’s going to be around? What should we do to amuse ourselves?