Some weeks are busier than others. My son participated in his first triathlon over the weekend. I went to cheer him on at the finish line and also to take pictures and research how the race is organized. Hopefully, the information I learned will appear in a future book.
Tonight I led my bi-monthly writing class at church. Some of the folks are creating children's stories, two women are writing songs, a couple of folks are working on poetry. One gentleman has self-published a non-fiction book, and two ladies are working on mysteries. One gal has recently published the first book in her who-done-it series. Although we're an eclectic group, writing is writing, and the folks enjoy learning new techniques to improve their craft.
Today, I'm working on a blog about what I picked up at the recent Romance Writers of American Conference in Anaheim, California. The post will run on www.seekerville.blogspot.com tomorrow. I'm giving away a copy of one of my books, winner's choice, so stop by and leave a comment to be entered in the drawing.
|LtoR: Leigh Bales, Roxanne Rustand and Debby Giusti|
at the Readers for Life book signing in Anaheim that raised
$50,000 for literacy.
|LtoR: Pamela Tracy and Debby Giusti at the|
RWA National's Awards Ceremony.
Friday, I'll be working on my next story and collecting photos to help the Art Department create a cover. Seems there's always something new and exciting to do. One thing's for sure, a writer's life is never dull.
What's on your schedule this week?
Wishing you abundant blessings,