Wow, it’s been a busy summer, but I still can’t believe how long it’s been since I’ve written a post. I attended the RWA Conference in San Diego and tacked on a week, staying with a good friend, catching up with many of my buds. For the first time, Southern California didn’t feel like I’d woken from a coma and was home again.
Alpha Dog and I rode the motorcycles to Colorado, where I fly fished for ten days. And worked – the above photo is proof!
Then I went on my annual ‘chick fly fishing trip’, this year, to Yellowstone National Park. Fishing was dismal, but the scenery was incredibly beautiful. Hard to complain about the fishing, when you’re thigh-deep in a river, casting flies, listening to elk bugle in the next meadow. Ahhhh.
But this wasn’t meant to me a ‘how I spent my summer’, post. But I can’t resist a few more photos of YNP.
Further proof that I have been working – the new look to my website. I believe it much more accurately reflects me and what I write. I hope you like it.
Now, on to book news: I’m writing two projects at the moment. One, a Western Romance novella for a super-secret anthology that should be announced around the end of the year. More bull riders!
The second project is very different. A hard-hitting Women’s Fiction, about the right-to-die. Tentatively titled For Roger, it’s out on submission now. Here’s my working logline:
The story of a conformist who must survive her choice: consign the love of her life to a death by ALS, or grant his wish, to help him die.
More news as I have it. In the meantime, I’m back to work!