Got a deluge of marble-sized hail yesterday, so I took a pic.
Small things excite me. I have lots of news, though:
I finished and mailed Lacey Book 5!!! Changed the title to A Death in Mayfair
from Murder in High Places.
I wanted a London place name in the title. Pub. date is Dec. 2005.
No sooner was that done when my Dorchester editor called with revisions on Lingerie Addict
. Not many, though, so whew. I feared the worst. Pub. date June 2005
Found out that The Pirate Hunter
was nominated for a Romaniic Times Reviewer's Choice Award for 2004. (yay! I love James.)
The Care and Feeding of Pirates
got a decent review in RT, and the hero Christopher Raine was awarded KISS status (Knight in Shining Silver--means a very charming, sexy, romantic, fun, gorgeous hero). Only a few are chosen out of all the romances out in a given month, so way to go Christopher!! I have to admit, he's drool-worthy.
I love writing heroes. You know, it takes me a while to get the heroine, her motivations, her character, her needs, etc., but my heroes I know right off the bat. They walk around in my head and banter with me and tell me everything. I have a rought life. :-)