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When Girlfriends Come to Town~Favorite Things Monday

So I guess it isn’t a secret I’ve been crazy busy. My poor blog. I haven’t written a Business of Lampworking article in a few weeks. I haven’t posted Book recommendation Thursday is over a month. And my online participation has been noticeably lacking in my favorite haunts.

You see, this upcoming weekend is Bead Fest Texas. I leave Thursday and will be back Monday. Speaking of Bead Fest, if you’re anywhere near the Dallas/Arlington area, here is a coupon you can print to get in free. I will be in booth 611.

Anyway, I had a show in Philly at the end of August, and Hottimes on the Mountain at the end of Sept. The combined events severely depleted my bead show stock. So the last four weeks I have been scrambling to catch up.

In addition I’ve been working feverishly on Witches of Bourbon Street, the second in my Jade Calhoun trilogy.

So you can imagine how excited I am to have some girlfriend time. My good friend, Susan Sheehan is arriving today inĀ  about three hours now. We’re picking her up from the New Orleans airport, taking her out on the town, and then spending the next few days playing in the studio before we drive on out of here for the show. Susan will be in both 609 right next to me, and our other dear friend Lisa Liddy will be in booth 607 right next to Susan. It’s gonna be a great show!

 

New Book Covers--Favorite Things Monday

My debut novel Haunted on Bourbon Street was launched at the end of July. Some of you may be wondering what’s next in the series. I’m happy to report I’m busy working away on Witches of Bourbon Street, slated for a December release. It will probably be late December, but I’m hoping to get it out before the end of the year.

Yesterday, my lovely team Lisa Liddy of The Printed Page, and Kyle Crichton finished work on the new cover. Lisa is my book designer. She does my covers and layouts of my books. Kyle is a graphic artist who does photo manipulation (among other things like painting and animation).

Anyway, the e-version coverĀ  is ready. Thank you Lisa and Kyle! I couldn’t wait to share it.

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