I hate when it seems like I dust-appear (that's how my son used to say disappear. i've always liked it, so it stuck. lol).
But really, i'm here! The thing is, I got super excited yesterday when a book idea felt like it literally HIT ME like a 10 ton brick to the back of the head. So excited that I ran to my computer and started typing out the first scene. Which turned into half a chapter. And then I couldn't sleep last night because the characters and the story were in my thoughts, my dreams, my mind.
This is what typically happens when i'm writing something I love. My mind won't rest. I don't have an off switch.
So if it seems like i've ditched you- I'm just in my cave trying to write something worthy of you reading. Hang in there. :)
I'm mailing off some Amazon gift cards today, so if you won, be on the lookout! I still haven't heard from ALL the winners- so please email me your address ASAP so we don't forget! And by "we" I really just mean me. I totally suck at remembering things and I am so freaking easily distracted. Like right now, the cutest dog in the entire world is staring at me and he makes me forget about everything except how cute he is. Oooooh, maybe i'll write him into this book?! Every girl needs a doggy! lol
I heard that people were having problems trying to find The Perfect Game on Barnes & Noble, and I will agree that when I went there the other day to search, it pulled up nothing. Put in my author name, it also pulled up nothing. But it seems to be working fine now. But just in case, here's the direct link for all you Nookers.
Have I mentioned that we are freaking NUMBER THIRTEEN on Amazon's Top 100 Best Sellers?!?!?!! That is SOOOOOOOO freaking cool! I am so happy! So so happy that you guys read this book, fell in love with the characters and Jack & Cassie's story and then you told everyone you know to read it. It's something i'd always hoped would happen for one of my books- and now it is. So, THANK YOU.
I am so happy, appreciative and freaking excited for what this all means for my career! You guys have made it possible for me to say that without cringing. This IS my career. I am an author. *knock on wood*
I'm terrified every single day that it will end just like that. Welcome back fear, my old friend.
We'll talk about that more later.
But for now, keep on reading, loving, and telling your friends about the books you enjoy! And then all of us authors can keep writing them. :)
PS- let's not forget about our friends over in New York and New Jersey who are having a really rough time right now. Roads are impassible. Gas is hard to get too. The lines for gas are hours long. Power is still out in some places. Food is rotting, water is needed. If you can donate something, anything, here's a link to a list of places for donations like the Red Cross, the Humane Society, etc. We're thinking of you East Coast. And we love you. xo