RWA


I went to the RWA conference at Disney World and had a fabulous time. Of course, I spent more time at the parks than at the conference, but then I had my darling husband and daughter with me, so who could blame me?

I had a fabulous time, gave awards and received awards, zoomed through the hotel on my scooter and basically had a blast. I got a lovely review from Library Journal for RUTHLESS: An intrepid heroine with a fear of rats and a deeply flawed hero who is not beyond redemption find love and salvation in this story that juxtaposes depravity with innocence in a fascinating emotional chiaroscuro that will keep the pages turning. VERDICT Stuart's dark tale of aristocratic decadence and licentiousness among British expats in mid-18th-century Paris will chill the naive and singe the pages -- and this is just the first in a trilogy.

And more than 45,000 people have downloaded the prequel on B&N.com alone! With RECKLESS and then BREATHLESS on the way, and it's summer! Life is good.

In the meantime, though, I have to get through the copy edits on one of my paranormals and do the revisions on the second, plus come up with new proposals. The wicked never rest!
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