Archive for the 'Friedreich’s Ataxia' Category

Feb
21
2011
Friedreich’s Ataxia

Because so much work is being done behind the scenes and it occupies so much of my time, I will likely be blogging often on this subject. So, for anyone interested, and for myself as a bookmark for info, here is a list of links to more information about FA and the Literary Collaboration. Enjoy! :)

# 1 – ENG: INTERNATIONAL Read More »

Feb
8
2011
International Friedreich’s Ataxia Collaboration

[show_avatar email=email hidden; JavaScript is required align=left avatar_size=87] This has to be the most ambitious, challenging idea I have ever participated in. At this time, we have 7 authors from 4 different countries who speak 3 different languages: Portuguese, Spanish and English. We are writing a novel featuring at least one character with FA with the hopes … Read More »

Dec
31
2007
Betrayed is on shelves!!

Jennifer Ray, of the wonderful http://www.ck2skwipsandkritiques.com/betrayed_jennifer.html just sent me pictures of Betrayed on the Borders bookshelves in Cool Springs, TN!!  Weee!  This is better than snow sledding!  If books were authors, I’d give a great big hug to Laurell K. Hamilton and Julia Harper!

 

 Betrayed 3.jpg    Betrayed 2.jpg    Betrayed 1.jpg

 

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Aug
17
2007
Raintree: Haunted

I apologize, it’s Linda Winstead Jones, not Winstadt-Jones. I don’t know why it was stuck in my head that way.  All I can say, so far, is the woman writes one hell of a good story.  :)Read More »

Aug
16
2007
I have read…

some of the most amazing books lately.  I am really enjoying myself.  lol  Let’s see,

The Secret Passion of Simon Blackwell, by Sabrina Jeffries, very emotional and intense.

The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt, the hero calls the heroine “my lady” through the whole book and the clash of proper and improper provides the most thrilling, passionate story.  I can’t … Read More »

Aug
14
2007
Rare or common?

I’m trying to figure out why rare things happen to me with mind-boggling frequency. That’s me, today. Boggled.… Read More »

Jul
29
2007
Wednesday Night at the Literacy Signing

There were incredibly long lines as people lined up for the absolutely huge literacy signing. Over 500 authors, I think? It’s a really great thing, but there is no way someone can buy all the books they want from their favorite authors.

Personally, I didn’t even try to go near the bestselling authors.  I would have wasted their time trying Read More »

Jul
18
2007
RWA National was wonderful!

I met my editor!  I met my web designer! Most people don’t understand what a challenging business doing your work from a distance can  be. They go to work and spend hours every day with their coworkers and boss.  I don’t.  My agent I saw for the second time ever and I’ve been working with her for two years now.  … Read More »

Jul
18
2007
RWA National was wonderful!

I met my editor!  I met my web designer! Most people don’t understand what a challenging business doing your work from a distance can  be. They go to work and spend hours every day with their coworkers and boss.  I don’t.  My agent I saw for the second time ever and I’ve been working with her for two years now.  … Read More »

Jun
25
2007
RWA National and page proofs

Yes!!!!  I am going!!!  It took a lot of hoops, but I am set to go!  I’m so incredibly excited. July 11-15, Dallas, TX with my husband, my agent and my editor!  This is too cool.  Please stop by the literacy autographing, there will be a lot of really wonderful authors there signing awesome books.  I won’t be signing this … Read More »