Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Holiday Madness

It's ten days before Christmas and I haven't done any shopping, decorating, baking, or anything Christmasy. What I have done is write, so it isn't as if I'm lolling on a beach somewhere in Barbados, although that would be my wish, with the temps well below freezing here.

So far, one book finished, one in the process of being completed, and copy edits on that first. Not all will be finished before Christmas, but it's definitely time to take a break. I had a wonderful time at the Wichita Area Romance Authors Christmas party on Sunday with the super ladies of WARA, so at least a bit of Christmas is creeping slowly into my little space.

But it's only the beginning of the holiday season, right? No? Well, I'm just beginning! Tomorrow night will really set things in motion, and you're all invited!

Would you like to chat with some of your favorite authors? Have a chance to win free books? Then the place to be on the evening of December 16 is at Harlequin's Holiday Open House chat! This is an annual event, and this year there will be nearly 100 authors attending the festivities. The fun starts at 7 p.m. EST at eHarlequin and will encompass 3 hours of chat, followed by Post Parties on the message boards.

I'll be joining many of the Home and Hearth authors during the first hour (7-8 p.m. EST) and giving away 3 copies each of THE RODEO RIDER and BACHELOR COWBOY, the first two of my series set in the fictional town of Desperation, Oklahoma.

Come celebrate the holiday season with us (and help kick off mine!)

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