Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Wednesday Scramble

Thursday’s Guest

Bob Sanchez is making the last stop of his virtual tour for Little Mountain and will be giving away signed copies of his three books as well as a copy of his e-book for Kindle. You’ll need to leave a comment to be eligible.

My Blog Vacation

Since I’m going to be concentrating more on my grandmotherly duties than blogging and writing tasks for the next week, I’ve decided to take a blog vacation. I may toss in a couple of short posts just for fun, and I will have an awesome interview with author Mario Acevedo on Tuesday over at Chiseled in Rock, but there will be no long posts and no guest blogger here from Saturday, June 25th through Monday, July 4th.

Guide to Literary Agents “Dear Lucky Agent” Contest for Women’s Fiction

The 9th "Dear Lucky Agent" Contest: Women's/Upmarket Fiction is on at Chuck Sambuchino's Guide to Literary Agents Editor's blog, and the deadline is end of Sunday, June 26th, EST. There are rules and tasks associated with entering this contest, so read carefully.

Still Waiting for Internet Service

We’ve been promised our new modem will arrive on Thursday and that our service can be turned on late Thursday afternoon. I think it’s really going to happen. Probably. Maybe.

The Writing Bug

Do you follow The Writing Bug blog? An arm of Northern Colorado Writers, The Writing Bug will soon be featuring guests from the NCW membership on Saturdays. The posts will range from essays on the writing life to samples of member poetry and fiction.

Cavern Between Worlds by M.K. Theodoratus

This story is available free on Smashwords in a variety of formats. It’s a good read for adult fantasy lovers. The main character is a female captain in the Half-Elven rangers. Her scary adventure is fast-paced and has a very satisfying ending. I don’t want to give anything away, so I can't tell you any more, except that I enjoyed the story.


Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - How exciting that you'll be doing the "grandmother" thing next week; I hope you'll thoroughly enjoy it and I can't blame you for taking a blog-cation. And thanks for those helpful links.

Mary Aalgaard said...

I've caught up on some of your posts. Sorry for the hassle with the internet providers. Sometimes, I think it is such a scam! Glad you're finding the time off-line. Coffee shops are great for a break and the internet is free.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hope the Internet happens! If not, good time for a break.

Dean K Miller said...

Always love to see your words. Enjoy your break. Don't spoil the grandkids too much.