I just finished up with my part of the rewrites for WHAT WOMEN REALLY WANT IN BED, co-written with my dear friend and amazing writer Cynthia Gentry. I thought these rewrites were going to take much longer than they did…but the process wasn’t too bad at all. I’ve also read Cindi’s rewrites so far and have to say they are fantastic. But then, I expect no less from my talented pal. I don’t think I’ve read anything by her, fiction or non-fiction, that isn’t engrossing and at a very professional level. Plus she’s a wine lover too, so what’s not to like?
I also have finished my posts for Make Mine Mystery (up tomorrow, which is Sunday), Fatal Foodies (up Monday, which is the day after tomorrow), and The Book Wenches (up April 3rd, which is next Friday). I’m ahead of the game instead of scrambling to get something up three hours after I should have posted. It’s a good feeling…and an increasingly rare one these days.
Next up on my plate is assembling the posts for the Ravenous Romance Dirty Dozen Blog Book Tour, 14 stops of erotic romantic fun starting mid-April and wrapping up on May 2nd. Deets to follow as I get this puppy scheduled! I’m about halfway there and now I have an extra day (tomorrow) to make some headway! Wheee!!!!
I also have a new blog to add to the list – this is the Ravenous Romance author blog. Not the one on the RR website, but a new one here.
Aside from the writing, you ask? Well, it was gorgeous here in San Francisco this morning, so I went for a two hour walk on the beach. I wore a sundress and got color on my arms and shoulders, collected some prime pieces of beach glass, and then enjoyed the sight of the mist rolling back in to semi-shroud the shore and Outer Sunset District. It’s sunny again now, but I’m sure the fog will be back. I love this weather.
Now I’m going to have a glass of Brutocao 2005 Reserve D’aregenta Pinot Noir, watch Tom Cruise get sucked into the anus of an alien warship (War of the Worlds, if you must ask) and work on CHAMPAGNE, my next book for Ravenous Romance. I feel…relaxed. I like the feeling and hope I can keep it around for a while.