May 24, 2008

My Books

We went on vacation at the beginning of this week and when we came home Wednesday, my books were here waiting for me!  Big Grin  It was such a huge, amazing moment opening the box and seeing The Pirate Daughter's Promise as a real book.  When I started writing it again back in 2006, I had always dreamed of getting a book published, but I had no idea it would be the one and it would actually happen.


Here is a picture that Mom took today of me with my books.


May 14, 2008

TPDP Available Now!

I just got home from work and what did I find awaiting me?  An email from my project manager saying he got the proof copy of my book and it is now in print!  It is now available to purchase through the WinePress online bookstore. Big Grin


Click here to purchase.


Now I will get my free author copies in about 5-7 days.  I can hardly wait to finally hold my book in my hands. Happy

It's Getting Close!

The Pirate Daughter's Promise is very, very close to being available!  It went to the printer last week and as soon as my project manager gets the proof copy and approves it, he'll officially mark the book as "In Print" and it will be available for order!  That could be as soon as this week or early next week.

May 13, 2008

Loving Music

As I've said in my past posts, music was not my thing at all a couple of years ago.  I hated to have the radio on . . . I guess it seemed distracting to me, especially when I was writing.  I've gone completely the other way now.  I LOVE music.  Lately, I've been listening to music all the time.  I don't have a lot of favorite artists, but I am so into the ones who are my favorite.  StorySide:B, of course, is still my favorite and now within the last couple of weeks I've really been getting into Jeremy Camp.  His songs are so powerful and mean so much to me.


Because I love music so much and love to watch music videos, I wanted to share a YouTube playlist I've made and will be adding too.  It's just a bunch of my favorite artists, either performing my favorites of their songs or talking about their work.