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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Meet Tweaker

I know, I know, I did it again--or didn't, as the case may be. Didn't get around to blogging. You'd think I'd learn to be more diligent. But here I am with a new blog post.
First, some housekeeping items:
I don't know if any of you have ever tried to leave a comment on my blog post and were unable to do so. I am hoping that I figured out the problem and have it corrected now. Please, please, please, I implore anyone who reads this, to please try to leave a comment so I can see if the problem has been resolved. Thank you!
"The Dark Prince" is finally here! The first round of publishing produced a paperback with an error on the back cover (a missing word). My friend Dana told me not to worry and just to think of it as a special edition. Good outlook, Dana. I did, however, get the error fixed and the corrected version should be available on Amazon tomorrow. "The Dark Prince" is available via all channels: Paperback from Amazon, on the Kindle, at Smashwords, on Barnes and Noble's Nook and via the Apple store. If you read "The Gypsy Thief" you need to read "The Dark Prince" to see how Laura's story is unfolding.
"The Shadow King" is now in the editing phase. I had to make some changes to the storyline in the name of authenticity regarding some medical procedures that come up in the book. Though it is a work of fiction, I do want to be accurate when writing about medical procedures and timelines. I am also in the process of finding the cover boy: Andrew. He is a gorgeous, blue-eyed, blond teen. Anybody out there know anyone who fits the bill? Let me know. In any case, the search continues. Texas...
All is well on the Hernandez ranch. Oscar is busy with his business and works long hours. We have fun though when he's not working. We recently went to Hot Springs, Arkansas, for a weekend. What a cool place. We had a couples massage and enjoyed a fabulous steak dinner afterward.
This past weekend we went to Dallas to get Tom from the airport. He'd been in Cleveland and Las Vegas with his dad for a couple of weeks. I'm glad to have my boy home. I'm just not  myself when he's away.
We have a new member in the family: Tweaker. My step-daughter, Libby, brought home this little bundle of fur--a cute, gray and off-white striped kitten (a boy). He is meant to be an outdoor cat but at the moment he thinks I'm his mother and he sticks to me like glue. He's gonna have to get used to being an outdoorsmen soon though--as soon as he is old enough and big enough to defend himself against the creatures outside.
I recently attended my first Texas rodeo. It was fun (even the clowns weren't too awful--everyone who knows me knows I have a fear of clowns). We saw cowboys riding bulls, roping calves and cowgirls barrel racing and little pre-school kids riding sheep. It was quite a cool way to spend a Friday evening. I will admit to rooting for the bulls.
This Saturday morning I am traveling to Tyler, Texas, to attend a meeting of the East Texas Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. I'm looking forward to the drive and the opportunity to meet fellow authors.
My book "Crescent Summer" is currently under consideration with a major publisher. Fingers crossed.
I hope you all will read this blog post, leave a comment so I can know it works and get yourselves a copy of "The Dark Prince," which reminds me:
I am submitting the movie treatment for "The Gypsy Thief" at the end of this month. Again--fingers crossed.
More later...


  1. Here goes...will give it the 'old college try' and post a comment. The books I ordered should arrive tomorrow, hopefully. Looking forward to my 'special editions'. :) Keep blogging, love reading the posts.

  2. Kelly the newest member to your family is darling. Always look forward to your blogs, keep them coming.

  3. Hey Kel, I spent a summer in Tyler just after high school. Didn't know it was famous for it's roses and flea market! Have fun!