Better late than never, as they say. Our authors have been super busy this spring! Janet Loftis has had ongoing adventures, some of them unpleasant (migraines, car problems) and some of them awesome (discovering new eateries, experimenting with acupuncture), but none of them boring! Be sure to check out her blog for her latest recaps. This one made me super hungry. It looks amazing!
Xina Marie Uhl has been very busy cranking out a few new projects and pimping her Cat’s Guide to Human Behavior book and blogging like mad. Her recent blog posts explore her writing style, discuss sales and marketing, and recap her recent experiences with exhibits and conventions. She also raises birds–I’ll bet you didn’t know that! These look sort of like rats to me, but apparently they are baby cockatiels. (Spell check wants to call them cockatrices, which are obviously far more common than cockatiels. Great job, spell check.)
Cheryl Dyson has been procrastinating wildly amidst the thirty thousand projects she has embarked upon. Her last blog post involved a character interview that she brilliantly decided to write upon a parchment image, so now she has to do that for all subsequent interviews and it’s wretchedly time-consuming. Another brilliant idea, which is why she needs a permanent sidekick to sit next to her and ask, “Are you sure that’s a good idea?” Please feel free to respond to this post with your qualifications for that position, or contact her directly to discuss fringe benefits. Have a random photo!
HAPPY SPRING, EVERYONE!