Last week I attended the Coastal Magic Convention and had a fabulous time. As evidenced by this hysterical pic above, taken by lovely blogger Little Read Riding Hood, in which Damon Suede and Lucienne Diver look on in bemusement during our Flash Fiction Panel. You can read my convention recap on the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Blog.
Check back tomorrow because I shall have some exciting news about the Twelve Kingdoms books! Eeeee!!
Kensington is running a Hero vs. Hero Ultimate Showdown. They’re pitting the heroes from various books against each other for fans to vote on. For all of you out there who share my mad love for Rayfe, King of the Tala, then get ready to vote tomorrow, February 11! He’s up against some shaggy blond dude, so this is our chance to show that Rayfe rules supreme in our hearts.
Shapeshifting wizard kings FOR THE WIN!
(I nearly typed “wine,” which is accurate also.)
Here’s Rayfe’s dossier:
Feel free to share both the pic above and this dossier. And vote as often as you like!
THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!
I’m writing from the Coastal Magic Convention, right on lovely Daytona Beach. I’ve been doing sunrise beach walks each morning with fab book blogger Jen from That’s What I’m Talking About. Wonderful way to start the conference day!
I’m over at Word Whores today, talking about how the development of positive traits builds better villains.
I’m over at the Contemporary Romance Cafe, examining the fraught and turbulent feelings of loving the work, but hating the artist.
The delightful and incredibly talented Elisabeth Lane has worked her magic and created the cannoli that Alec and Amber enjoy (somewhat lustfully) in Under His Touch. Warning: You Will Drool. But OMG! You *have* to check this out!
I’m over at Word Whores, talking about why I write flawed characters. Short answer: because OF COURSE.