"Congratulations, Maeve!"across the world wide web.
Author, Maeve Greyson entered her Paranormal Romance, Eternity's Mark, in RT Book Reviews' "Writing With The Stars" contest. Maeve has made it to round 3! Only two more rounds to go. Let's all vote so Maeve can sail across that finish line!
*BTW: Maeve will be dropping by in the new year to tell us all about her new book, Beyond A Highland Whisper. Witches, brawny men, and Scotland; what's not to love?
In my constant quest for organization, (which would mean my return to some semblance of sanity!), I'm trying to come up with topics for each day of the week. Can't really report any progress, but I'm trying!
One of the topic ideas I'm toying with is a Question of the Day. I'm also looking at making the Question of the Day more of a group effort. I'm thinking of having some of my friends, both authors and the more, hmmm, shall I say "normal" friends. (Though I think the term normal is relative, I am, amazingly enough, aware that most of the population doesn't talk to imaginary people-at least not after taking their meds!)
I have a couple of ideas on how to make the quasi "round table" discussion work but for now I'd like to know if anyone actually wants to read what a bunch of women think! One topic I'd like to address is: Twitter or Facebook. Learning to promote my work over the Internet has led me to use both and I've formed definite opinions ... but I'm not sharing; yet.
We could also take suggestions for future topics and they wouldn't have to be book or publishing industry related. I should probably stop right here and explain ... er, confess, something about myself. I like to talk. I like to talk, a lot! I also am curious about how others view the world around us; probably what led me to writing :0)
Along those same lines I confess to wasting inordinate amounts of time reading the comments people leave on blogs and at the end of news articles; that dratted curiosity again!
So, what do you think? Does my "coffee klatch" appeal to you? What would you have us discuss? Want to kill some time, er ... participate?