Well, today things are totally random hence the crazy title. I'm catching up and reporting what's happening. Sort of like fun facts Friday, but it's on Wednesday.
1. I finished my revision. Yes, I'm pumped. Now onto edits, then betas. Yikes. I know this process, but no matter how many times I do it, I still get nervous.
2. THE CAGED GRAVES by Dianne Salerni is out. Go check it out and get your copy. Congrats again, Dianne! I attended the signing last night, which was awesome! I can't wait to read it. Dianne is an amazing and talented lady.
Blurb (per Barnes and Noble .com):
The year is 1867, and seventeen-year-old Verity Boone is excited to return from Worcester, Massachusetts, to Catawissa, Pennsylvania, the hometown she left when she was just a baby. Now she will finally meet the fiancé she knows only through letters! Soon, however, she discovers two strangely caged graves . . . and learns that one of them is her own mother’s. Verity swears she’ll get to the bottom of why her mother was buried in “unhallowed ground” in this suspenseful teen mystery that swirls with rumors of witchcraft, buried gold from the days of the War of Independence, and even more shocking family secrets.
3. Go and congratulate E.C Myers. FAIR COIN has won the Andre Norton Award. You go, Eugene!Congrats! I'm so excited for him. He is a very talented and awesome guy! So, go, and throw confetti.
Blurb (per amazon.com):
The coin changed Ephraim's life. But how can he change it
Sixteen-year-old Ephraim Scott is horrified when he comes home
from school and finds his mother unconscious at the kitchen table, clutching a
bottle of pills. The reason for her suicide attempt is even more disturbing:
she thought she'd identified Ephraim's body at the hospital that
Among his dead double's belongings, Ephraim finds a strange coin--a
coin that grants wishes when he flips it. With a flick of his thumb, he can turn
his alcoholic mother into a model parent and catch the eye of the girl he's
liked since second grade. But the coin doesn't always change things for the
better. And a bad flip can destroy other people's lives as easily as it rebuilds
The coin could give Ephraim everything he's ever wanted--if he
learns to control its power before his luck runs out.
4. I'm the new moderator for the Craft Masters Group on YaLitChat. Come on over and say hello and let me know what topics you would like to see covered.
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Have a great day!