Today is November 30th, the last day of the November blog-a-day challenge among a few former classmates of Dani Greer's blogbooktour class. I'm pleased to say that with this short post, I made it. As soon as I publish, I'll pop on over to the group and give my report.
Starting tomorrow, I will post daily from Monday through Friday, and sometimes on the weekend. Although I was in the habit of writing posts the day before (or more) and pre-scheduling them to publish at 6:00 AM, I'd like to experiment more with writing and posting on the spot, even different times of the day. December, then, will be an adventure. I hope you'll watch for me to pop up to the top of your blogroll and then drop by for a visit.
I have three more book promotion events scheduled for December. One is easy -- appearing as a guest author at a local NaNoWriMo wrap-up event at the library where I'll help pass out awards.
The second appearance will be Sunday, December 6th from 3:00 to 5:00 at Who! Else Books at the Broadway Book Mall in Denver, CO, where I'll be joined by Colorado mystery authors and good friends, Mike Befeler, Linda Berry, and Beth Groundwater. If you live in the Denver area, I hope you'll come see us.
And finally, on December 12th, I'm scheduled to sign books at Reader's Cove Bookstore in Fort Collins, CO.
After that, I'll be joining local authors Cricket McRae and Barbara Fleming as we plan a panel presentation on the subject of strong women in fiction. We're hoping to schedule appearances at area libraries after the first of the year.
Doesn't seem as though we could possibly be facing December and the whole holiday season, does it? Where does the time go?