Friday, June 20, 2008

Who Cares What the Reviewers Say?

"A writer should be joyous, an optimist... Anything that implies rejection of life is wrong for a writer." ~George Gribbin

These are the *real* reviews I like:

"You have amazing characters, gripping plots, a fantastic vocabulary, and fresh comparisons. I just had to drop you a note to let you know. I'm looking forward to your third book." ~ my good friend Jenny, a high school English dept. chair out in Ohio that I worked with years ago in a community college writing center. (Those words coming from a fellow English teacher mean A LOT.)

"I just finished One Night in Boston and found it engrossing and enjoyable." ~ my 81-year old aunt, God bless her.

And guess what? Sneak preview at some exciting news coming this summer...

Marianne and Ceri and I might be doing a Samhain author signing at a library or two in New Hampshire! Actually, I don't care about the signing or selling so much as having the chance to get together with 2 cyber-friends and fellow authors, in the real world. I imagine it will be a gab-fest more than a "meet and greet the fans" event - but that's OK. It's not set in stone yet but will hopefully work out. We'll keep you posted!

5 comments:

Marianne Arkins said...

YAY on the get together! Oh, and on the signing. Ha.

:-)

Dru said...

That is great news.

Diane Craver said...

That's fabulous news about the get together! You have to know though that I'm jealous. You three will have a great time and sell lots of books!

Amy said...

Great news on the signing. Very Cool.

windycindy said...

That sounds like a great time! Have a wonderful weekend! Cindi