December 13, 2010

Merry Christmas!

2010 Christmas card

"Mary thinks the last person she wants to see on her Hawaiian vacation is her ex-brother-in-law, a Montana Park Ranger..."

What’s up?
I’ve been working on a lot of projects. I coordinated and participated in a holiday book event for our Northwest Authors in November. It was a huge success and I consider it the first Christmas party of the season for me. There’s more info on my webpage:

2010 Oklahoma Book Awards- Even though the book I wrote this year isn’t based in Oklahoma, I entered the contest anyway so they won’t forget me! Bears in the Hibiscus is a humorous romance that should give the judges some giggles even if it isn’t chosen to be a finalist.

I’ve just completed a collaboration with other writers for a multi-cultural website:!/pages/Bicultural-and-Multicultural-People-Rule-A-Place-to-Discuss-Our-Uniquenes/103633399674730 , I’ll let you know when it is posted.

I did my Christmas card for 2010. I’ve posted it above.

Mentored several authors on how to get their books on Kindle.

Boogie, Boots, and Cherry Pie is back from the editor and is ready for final tweaking.

I hope you all have a Merry Christmas! A belated Happy Hanukah to my Jewish friends (time got away from me this year).

In the new year, I’ll be posting some sample chapters from other Northwest authors. Please check back!

Now, I’d better get out the catalogs and do some Christmas shopping. Where does the time go?

Quote du jour: "Knowledge is a rising tide that floats all boats." Courtesy of Mike Meraz (not a relation of mine...I say that to protect him!)

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