The CDWC17 Committee, authors Debbie Decker and Cami Brite from LARA, and Alina K. Field, Alanna Lucas, Judy Duarte, Christina Alexander, Jill Limber, Theresa Carpenter and Jann (Audiss) Ryan from the OCC, East Valley and San Diego Chapters headed up a group of wonderful volunteers. They made it look easy and I know it wasn't. I am so grateful to them all.
I got there late Thursday night because I was filming on a new series for Hulu called Future Man. My character got stabbed with a pen. Which was great 'cause I got an editor meme out of it. Wednesday, Cheryl Yeko sent me back round 2 edits on Maybe This Time and said I had a plethora of missing punctuation marks. She's right, of course. That's next on my 'to-do' list.
|Bronte, my roommate.|
|Lisa Kron and Bronte's mother, Kelly Hartog.|
I was thrilled.
Saturday was the first ever California Barbara Vey Event for Readers.https://barbaravey.ticketleap.com/bvw17/
|Barbara Vey and (back to camera) Robyn Carr, one of my favorite authors,|
|Amazing gift baskets donated by the authors.|
|All the authors were wonderfully inventive with their baskets|
I will be submitting Kate's Hero to Jessica Watterson, the agent I pitched to. But first, I must finish the current edits on Maybe This Time
Another Happy Thing. I spoke to some authors who will be appearing on the blog in the future.
And I made a new book buddy friend. Cara King, whose Harlequin Regency Romance is called My Lady Gamester. I added it to my reading list.
Giveaway: The only unsold paperback copy of Time and Forever from the book sale. Or if, you prefer, a Kindle copy which is also an audio book (whisper sync enabled.)
Leave me a comment with your email address to enter. Happy Reading.