Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Wednesday Randomness and Blog Tour Stops

Today's Blog Tour Stops:

I'll be at three fabulous ladies' blogs today:

L. Diane Wolfe's
Stina Lindenblatt's
and Michelle Hickman's

Stop by and leave comments for more entries into the huge Grand Prize giveaway! Stina will also be giving a copy of my book away so be sure to enter her drawing as well :)

As for me...I think I'm on the mend. I think :D However, my brain is still way to fuzzy to write anything grand or witty, so I'll take a cue from my amazingly awesome BFF Christine Fonseca and leave you with a little bit of Wednesday randomness....

  • The world will NOT crash and burn if you can't be on the computer all just feels like it will
  • Writers are seriously the best, most generous, most supportive people I have ever had the pleasure to associate with
  • You do not have to love a book that everyone else in the world is's called a subjective business for a reason...revel in your dislike of the popular ;-D
  • Castle is seriously the best show E.V.E.R.
  • Sending out proposals for books 2 and 3....actually more stressful than book 1 - who'da thunk?
  • The suckiest part about being sick - I'm in bed all day but my eyes hurt too bad to unfair is that!?
  • Each comment from my awesome readers is like a little drop of sunshine - I heart you guys....might have to do something fun in the near future to show some follower love :D
I hope everyone has an awesome Wednesday!!! Hopefully tomorrow I'll be a little more coherent  :D


Michelle H. said...

The world will NOT crash and burn if you can't be on the computer all just feels like it will

But email is forever! What would I do if I didn't check it every two seconds? :)

Thanks for allowing me to host you on my blog! What fun!

Su said...

It's not that the world will crash and burn... it's that I won't know if I'm not on the internet to read about it! ;)

Angela Felsted said...

I'm impressed by your internet campaign. You've done a really good job with it. Happy Wednesday!

Jan Morrison said...

just one suggestion for you - books on cd - lie in bed and listen with your eyes closed. Get them from your library - get more than one cuz if you don't like the voice you're stuck otherwise. I REALLY liked Annie Proulx's That Old Ace in the Hole - wonderful story - great reader.
Jan Morrison

Stina Lindenblatt said...

ROFL at Michelle and Su's comments. I'm guessing if the world crashes and burns, I'll have more important things to do than being on my computer. Maybe that's the secret to getting me off it. ;)

Stephanie McGee said...

Um, ditto a thousand times #4. Love it!

*virtual hugs* Hope you get better right quick.

LOL about the world crashing comment.

Christine Fonseca said...


Katrina L. Lantz said...

Great randomness! I like the second bullet point the best. It's so true! Can't wait till I get to have you on my blog this Saturday!

Esspweb said...

Me too like the second one. Nice post. Thanks for little bit fun.