Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Writing, or almost...

It's that time again! This last week found me writing all right, but instead of working on book 2, I've been working on guest posts for my blog tour. I'm almost done, so I'll be able to get back to my regularly scheduled program that is writing. I do have my outline and a few scenes written for book 2 (I had to use an outline this time...when you're writing about multiple realities, it's a must). So technically, I'm keeping with my goals of writing everyday. It's just not as much as I should be.

Speaking of guest posts, I reached out to author Karly Kirkpatrick yesterday and I'll be doing a guest post on her blog in the near future. If you dig YA paranormal and haven't read anything by Karly, please do so...NOW. She's super sweet and uber talented and I'm honored to be guest on her blog.

And I almost don't want to add this, because I'm so not worthy, but the fabulous Kate Copeseeley wrote a great post featuring me. Again, so not worthy. If you haven't read any of Kate's books, you are doing yourself a disservice. Compis is one of my favorites and I'm honored to have read (beta'd) the first half of book two in the series, Aeris.

That's it for today folks. Don't forget to check in at I Just Wanna Sit Here and Read, where I guest post on balancing life and writing. And over at The Book Faery, where my main character, Etta, gets interviewed!

11 comments:

  1. Congrats on the guest blogs. It really is humbling when someone wants to post/re-post something we've written. (Love your humble attitude, by the way.)

    Good for you for writing every day. That's great.

    I may just pop over to I Just Wanna...and check it out.

    All the best on your writing goals.

    TTFN

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  2. Well, we can't begrudge you doing promotion! We all need to step up to the plate on that one. Good luck!

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  3. You're so worthy! Loving the blog tour, btw. Finally caught up. :)

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  4. Karly Kirkpatrick is a new author to me so your recommendation is noted!

    I love character interviews. They really bring a character to life and makes me want to read a book just to meet them.

    Red sent me. Red is coming up with some interesting rhymes to count down the final days of her event. Yes, there is method in her madness! ;)

    Red sent me. RedTash.com

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  5. Thanks for all the comments and support guys!

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  6. You are so worthy. Popping off to check out your guest post. Have a great rest of your week. :)

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  7. Trick or Treat! Thanks for playing Red’s Trick or Treat Bash! I’m looking forward to reading your book on my new Kindle! RedTash.com, Red sent me (olomon@hotmail.com)

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  8. Trick or Treat! Thanks for playing Red’s Trick or Treat Bash! I’m looking forward to reading your book on my new Kindle! RedTash.com, Red sent me!

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