It's -6 degrees here, with a nice strong wind (that's Farenheit, not Celsius) and it got down to -18 last night.  We really need a more moderate climate.  Right now I'm cuddled up under a quilt with the fire blazing, hoping the bright sunlight will help.   I should be working -- I always feel restless if I don't work, but I'm waiting to hear on a couple of proposals.  I think I'll play around with something new and completely different, just for fun, because otherwise I'll go crazy.  There in the afternoon I'll do a little quilting, and then curl up on the sofa with a cup of hot tea and a good book to read (I'm in the middle of Sherry Thomas's THE LUCKIEST LADY IN LONDON).  I've also got  a pile of RITA books to read and most of them look tasty, plus check the proofs for the reprint of LADY FORTUNE, which is one of my all-time favorite historicals and one that got overlooked, alas.

Right now, through Valentine's Day, NEVER KISS A PIRATE is on a special sale at Amazon for $1.99 along with tons of other excellent books.  It's a good time to stock up on romance. 

And later this month I think NIGHTFALL, possibly the best book I ever wrote, is going to be on special sale.  Keep tuned, here and Facebook and twitter, and I'll keep you updated (unless I freeze to death first).

I just finished NEVER MARRY A VISCOUNT, and I love it to pieces.  I'm not completely sure when it's coming out, but as soon as I find out I'll let you know.

In the meantime, stay warm.  Or for those of you in Australia or New Zealand, stay cool.  Wouldn't it be nice if we could just bottle the extra heat and extra cold and exchange them?