Check it out! @JuliaFLondon and her niece Jaime and I doing the London thing!! High Tea at the Royal Garden Hotel and later a pop into the absolutely awesome Daunt Books.
Posts Tagged: travel
Are you registered to meet J. Kenner in Seattle June 14?
I’m so excited! I’ll be at the Emerald City Author Event this coming Saturday, June 14 from 11:30 to 4pm in Seattle at the Red Lion Inn on 5th Avenue! You need to pre-register to get in, but the event is free … and the author list is awesome! Check it out … and hope […]
We've Got Travel Fever! Continuing the Mardi Gras vibe with Marcia King-Gamble (and a giveaway!)
I’m all about the excitement of Mardi Gras and New Orleans! Today we’re still in the old French South with Marcia King-Gamble, author of the Revelers series with Michelle Monkou, who joined us yesterday. Marcia also has a giveaway for commenters…so keep reading! I’ve got the fever – travel fever that is! I figured I […]
Do You Have the Travel Bug? The Allure of Carnival with Michelle Monkou (and a giveaway!)
Considering how much I love to travel, I think today’s guest blogger and I must have been separated at birth! Please welcome Michelle Monkou, whose book, Carnival Temptress is part of The Revelers Series with Marcia King-Gamble. Coming in March! (And a giveaway, too — keep reading!) Let me confess…travel documentaries, romance books with exotic settings, […]
What prompts a sequel? Guest post by Ciji Ware
Please welcome Ciji Ware to the blog today, talking about something near to my heart–sequels. I love getting attached to the characters I read and write about, so I’m a fan of sequels and series–however they’ve come to be! Check out Ciji’s post … and be sure to check out her latest novel, That […]
Celebrate Autumn with a Blog Hop, Naming a Character, and Dishing About Crisp Air, Falling Leaves and Fuzzy Socks
The air is crisp, the leaves are turning, and the scent of burning wood fills the air. It’s Autumn, folks! And even though I’m in Texas, where the change of the seasons isn’t very dramatic (we go from green leaves to dead leaves), I am loving the new hint of chill in the air–even if […]
Wandering blind in Stockholm (or, My Adventures with Grandma)
Let’s start with the basics: My grandmother was pretty dang cool. A woman who divorced back when my dad was a little kid and set out as a single mom back when you didn’t run across too many single moms. She was a strong woman, and I’m sure that I probably inherited much of my […]