Tuesday, November 30, 2010

One Week To Go

Happy Tuesday! Or, as I like to think of it, happy one week before "Alien Tango" officially releases! Officially, yes. But as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, little Alien Collective birdies have told me that they've spotted "Alien Tango" on the shelves already, so if you're out and about, check your local bookstore, because it might be out waiting for you already.

If not, pre-order it so you can be sure your copy will be waiting for you. Need more pre-order incentive? Check out the great review for "Alien Tango" at Tempting Persephone.

Then head over to About Happy Books to see what she's waiting for Mr. Postman to bring her.

And because we don't want "Touched by an Alien" feeling left out, check out the review at Mystifying Paranormal Reviews. Then head over to The Galaxy Express where they're helping spread the news of the German rights sale.

Don't forget to check out the interview and giveaway at Dren's B-Spot -- get entered to win "Alien Tango" and "Touched by an Alien" OR "Alien in the Family" (via pre-order).

Yes, there's more coming (like the Combo-Con Contest), but after yesterday's wildness, I think we'll keep it on the quiet side today. So until, you know, tomorrow, hang loose, rock on, and let's be readers out there!


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Monday, November 29, 2010

Busiest Monday EVER?

You decide...'cause, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, when I say busy, I MEAN busy. There's so much going on today it may take until tomorrow to get to it all. But we shall persevere! So, onward...

First up, the yap's running wild today! Check out the interview with moi at Dren's B-Spot. Not only do you learn new fun things about me, but she's also doing an awesome giveaway! Check out how to win a copy of "Alien Tango" with either a copy of "Touched by an Alien" OR a pre-ordered copy of "Alien in the Family". SUCH a deal!

Speaking of winning, Larissa's Bookish Life is doing yet another fab giveaway and this one, like the one Dren's doing, you do NOT want to miss. Larissa's giving away more than just "Alien Tango", though that's in the winning mix, so check it out!

Then leap over to 1st Turning Point where my OpEd piece on writer's blogs is both large and in charge and also generating a lot of responses from authors. Many of y'all represent the blogging public, and you all represent the reading public, so add your $0.02 into the discussion.

Next, check out my own beloved website if you haven't already. Hit some pages, check it out, 'cause it's had a little makeover in honor of the imminent release of "Alien Tango".

That's a lot right there, isn't it? But oh, we're nowhere close to done.

There's another fab review of "Touched by an Alien" over at 25 Hour Books. Check it out, leave some Alien Collective love, you know the drill.

Then check out Bibliotheca Discordia, The Life and Travels of Sullivan McPig, Ex Libris, and Ramblings from a Chaotic Mind to see all the interesting things that arrived in their mailboxes over the weekend.

Last but in no way least, check out I Smell Sheep for their latest contest wherein you can win an awesome Sheeped by an Alien t-shirt.

Now, THAT'S all. For today. Trust me...you want to fasten those seatbelts...this week's gonna be a wild ride, 'cause there's LOTS more to come!


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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving! With Sheep!

Just wanted to wish all of you who celebrate it a very happy Thanksgiving. And to wish those of you who don't, or don't do it tomorrow, a really wonderful rest of the week and weekend.

And, just because they can, check out the latest contest at I Smell Sheep. Yes, it's another chance to win the exclusive Sheeped by an Alien t-shirt. (I have one, they rock.)

So, until next time, don't overeat (too much), have a great one no matter what you do, and keep on reading!

BTW, did you know that "Alien Tango" releases in just 12 days? Black Friday is a great time to pre-order your copies. Just sayin'...


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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hump Day Comes Early/TusCon Roundup Comes Late

I know, I know, it's only Tuesday, but here in the States, with Thanksgiving on Thursday, many of us are only working a 3-day week. (Not me, of course. I work a 24/7 day week, but that's 'cause I'm crazy.) So, even though it's Tuesday, it's really the middle of this shorter week, so today is the REAL Hump Day of Beverly Hills. Or something like that.

But don't let that rambling opener fool you -- as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, we have lots going on today. First up, check out June "Bug" Kramin and what she's busy pimping. It's a double pimp, too, which should earn her some extra Alien Collective points.

Next up, my somewhat belated TusCon Roundup. It was a great con, and I had a blast. Some of the Alien Collective were in attendance (waves madly to all who were there) and attended my "Alien Tango" reading, kept me company at the mass book signing, and hit my panels, too. Always awesome to see you guys!

Speaking of panels, I was on a lot, and had a blast with them. I didn't get to panel with the awesome Marsheila Rockwell but we audienced for each other.

I did have the pleasure, in no particular order of pleasure 'cause they're all awesome, of getting to be on panels with Jeff Mariotte, Adam Niswander, Shannon Butcher (who is a lovely, gracious lady whether on a panel or at breakfast), Janni Lee Simner, John Vornholt, Jordan Summers, Larry Hammer, Lee Whiteside, Ed Bryant, Jill Knowles, and Sam Sykes. Yeah, that's a lot of folks, I know. And that's not everyone who was there. TusCon draws a LOT of authors.

I was supposed to be on a panel with Jim Butcher, but he had the nerve to bow out because he still had a line of people waiting for him to sign their books, and he chose his fans over the panel. The nerve! LOL From what I saw and heard, he's a great guy, and we all know he writes great books. (Access Hollywood-ish type fact: Jim's cut his hair, very short -- it looks good, but made it hard to recognize him unless he was with Shannon.)

Got to hang with Yvonne Navarro and pet two of her awesome rescued Great Danes, Goblin and Ghost. Weston Ochse was supposed to be there but was in Romania instead (don't ask me, that's what his blog and Facebook page are for). And the ever awesome Mysterious Galaxy and the lovely Maryelizabeth Hart were on site, selling books, which is what they do so very well. And I got to catch up with one of my writing mentors, Stephen Mertz and have that rare but wonderful pleasure of having a mentor tell me he's proud of what I've achieved. That was truly a con highlight for me.

That's all for today. Will there be more tomorrow? Well, there IS that contest I've been talking about. Might want to let y'all know what it's about...

Oh, and 13 days until "Alien Tango" releases. Have you pre-ordered YOUR copy yet?


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Monday, November 22, 2010

Monday Roundup

Happy Monday! We have much in store for you today, but first, a PSA that's somewhat near and dear to my heart. In more ways than one.

I had my annual mammogram today. I know, I know, TMI and ugh, right? Well...maybe. But I love each and every one of you, and breast health is vital for women, meaning all of you who are women and all of you who love the women in your lives need to make sure that you and they get this exam on a regular basis. And by regular I don't mean once a decade. Is it painless? Well, I can tell you for certain that breast cancer is more painful. Is it kind of icky? Can be, but again, early detection saves much icky in the future. So, do your check ups and take care of your bad selves, because the Alien Collective would be greatly lessened by the loss of any of you, and we can't be havin' with that!

Now, PSA over and we're on to the far more fun stuff! First up, and as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, we have a new review of "Touched by an Alien" from Love 2 Read for Fun. Check that out, then head over to The Book Addict where we have another early review of "Alien Tango"!

Next up, if you're on Goodreads, the nominations are open for Book of the Month for December and if you wanted to vote for "Touched by an Alien", which is one of the nominees, well, I wouldn't tell you not to. ;-D

After voting, head to Ordinary Day and see what she bought with her paycheck. Then hit The Qwillery to see all the December releases, including "Alien Tango" in a nice little listing.

In Person Event Reminders:
December 8, 2010 -- Writer's Workshop Wednesdays at Borders Waterfront, Scottsdale, AZ, 7PM-8:30PM; I'll be presenting "Walking the Line in SFR" as well as signing "Alien Tango", "Touched by an Alien" and, as Anita Ensal, "Love and Rockets".
December 11, 2010 -- spotlight author at the Mysterious Galaxy Holiday Party, San Diego, CA, 6PM - 8PM. Come get your copies of "Alien Tango" and "Love and Rockets", get them signed, and hang out with yours truly at the coolest bookstore around.
March 12 & 13, 2011 -- Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, AZ; Panel & Book Signing on Sunday, March 13, 1PM-2:30PM
April 2011 -- it's confirmed, I'll be in NY/NJ/PA from April 9th through the 21st. If you're in the area, let me know and we'll figure out how to meet up. Yes, a book signing will be happening, just not sure when or what date(s) yet.

New Swag: We have 2011 calendars available now, up at the Alien Collective Depot. Check 'em out, they're pretty cool, in my totally unbiased opinion!

That's it for today, but I promise there's more coming (like a Combo Con Contest...say THAT 5 times fast -- but only if you're on Hook Me Up! 'cause it's a Hook Me Up! exclusive) so hit the links, leave the Alien Collective love, and count down the days 'til "Alien Tango" hits the shelves and eReaders all over -- what's that, in 14 days? Wow. Two weeks. That's nothing. The time'll fly by. I promise. And if not, well, hey, there is that contest coming to keep you occupied...


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Friday, November 19, 2010

Friday Fun

Happy Friday, one and all! As my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, we've got a short and sweet, but fun, one for y'all today, so let's get to it!

First off, head over to The Amber Scott Project to discover 10 things you didn't know about moi. Trust me, these are things you really DON'T know about me. And this is your only shot to find out. After this, it's back to the mystery that is moi. *snort*

After learning all there is to know about yours truly, hit Escape Between the Pages to see what she's waiting on, then head to Lovin' and Livin' Life Reviews to see who won what and why.

Reminder: I'll be at Borders Waterfront tonight from 5-7pm signing "Touched by an Alien". (I may also be signing "Alien Tango". Hey, anything's possible, right?) I'm not alone there, seeing as there's 8 of us signing, and we're all bringing goodies and raffle prizes, so if you're in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area, you might want to stop by.

Then on Saturday, as in tomorrow, I'll be at the Desert Rose Fifth Annual Fall Writer's Workshop. It's free, I'm doing a panel with the awesome Erin Quinn and we're also in the Q&A session at the end. It's at the Scottsdale Public Library and runs from 9am-4:30pm.

So, see some of you tonight and tomorrow, love all of you as you well know, enjoy your weekend and keep on reading!


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Thursday, November 18, 2010

More Breaking News!

I know we just had breaking news last week. And, interesting, the news is breaking on the same day this week. I sense a trend... But, at any rate, and as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, get ready.

Remember how a few weeks back I told you there was something I wanted to tell you, but couldn't? That something that I kept fretting about wanting to tell you? Yeah, that? Well, the that that was non-disclosure is now the that I can fully disclose. (Yeah, I love dragging it out sometimes.)

*drum roll, just 'cause it drags it out a little longer*

I can now officially announce that we've sold the first foreign rights for "Touched by an Alien" to German publisher Piper. So, "Touched by an Alien" is coming in German, somewhere in the near-ish future! (No, I don't actually know when...I'm last on the trickle-down info chain for all of this.)

More tomorrow, though probably just the usual stuff and not exciting OMG type news. But, you know, you never can tell.


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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Whole Lotta Tango Goin' On

Happy Hump Day! Well, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, the "Alien Tango" love is starting to roll in! We have not one but two advanced reviews today.

Check out Larissa's Bookish Life for her take and rating on the next adventures of Kitty and Company, and then check out what Hanging with Bells has to say! Leave some Alien Collective love while you're at it.

Speaking of the Alien Collective, Dark Wyrm Reads has a lovely Gratitude Giveaway going on, which includes "Touched by an Alien" as well as some other cool books. And remember, my interview at The Book Pushers is still large and in charge -- complete with "Alien Tango" excerpt!

That's it for today. But I promise you...I'll be back. Soon. So, until then, enjoy the downward slide towards the weekend and the anticipation of 19 days until "Alien Tango" can be in your hands! (BTW, it's never a bad time to pre-order both "Alien Tango" AND "Alien in the Family". Just sayin'...)


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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Reviews, Anticipations and Yaps, Oh My!

Miss me while I was gone? Well, I missed all of you during the weekend, but TusCon was awesome! I'll do a recap later, 'cause, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, so much went on while I was gone that I have a lot to catch you up on.

First off, we have a new review of "Touched by an Alien". Check out Dren's B-Spot and what she liked best about our fave aliens.

Then, head over to the Bibliophilic Book Blog and see how strong (ARMY strong!) "Alien Tango" actually is. Then, hit Books, According to Nicole and share in the anticipation. And check out what My Need to Read thought of "Touched by an Alien" as well.

Think that's all? No way! The yap is running again! Check out The Book Pushers interview and learn yet more about what we laughingly call "my process". Oh, and *cough cough* there might be an excerpt from "Alien Tango" there, too. Might be. Just sayin'. Could happen.

Next on the hit parade, if you want a chance to see moi in person, you've got more opportunities coming up.

Friday, Nov. 19th -- Author Book Signing, Borders Waterfront, Scottsdale, AZ, 5PM - 7PM. 8 authors, lots of books, yours truly, signing like mad. (Attention Local Alien Collective Members: I might have copies of "Alien Tango" with me, and if I do, I might be persuaded to sell them to you, all early-like. Just sayin' it's a possibility...)
Saturday, Nov. 20th -- Desert Rose Annual Fall Writer's Workshop, Scottsdale, AZ, 9AM - 4:30PM. FREE all day seminar with tracks for all aspiring and new authors on all the aspects of how to and why to write. Scottsdale Public Library.
Saturday, Dec. 11th -- spotlight author at the Mysterious Galaxy Holiday Party, San Diego, CA, 6PM - 8PM. Come get your copy of "Alien Tango", get it signed, and hang out with yours truly at the coolest bookstore around.

That's it for today, but I promise...more is coming, including a Combo Con Swag Giveaway! So stay tuned, live large, and read on!


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Thursday, November 11, 2010


As the title indicates, I have some big news for y'all.

My Hook Me Up! subscribers, of course, already know what it is. But I couldn't really wait any longer to share with the rest of you.

So...here 'tis!

My awesome agent just called to share that DAW has confirmed they're buying Books 5 & 6!!! Meaning "Alien Diplomacy" and "Alien vs. Alien" will be coming in the nearish future to bookstores and eReaders near you! (You know, right after "Alien Tango", "Alien in the Family" and "Alien Proliferation".)

Par-tay! Par-tay! Par-tay!

*cough* Yeah, um, I'm cool, calm and collected.

There may be more yap forthcoming later today (I head to TusCon tomorrow, so we'll be on radio-other-than-Twitter silence until Tuesday the 16th), or there may not (lots of things to do, like, um, pack), but needless to say, this news could NOT wait!

Now, I have to go jump up and down for a while. And then, um, get to work. Because deadlines wait for no one. And I have two new deadlines rolling. WOOT!


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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

The Yap Rides Again

Isn't it a lovely day? Well, it is here. And let's make it lovely wherever you are, too. As my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, we have a combo today -- a new interview with moi WITH an excerpt of "Alien Tango" in it.

Head on over to Alien Collective Member in Very Good Standing A Buckeye Girl Reads and check out the latest running of my yap, as well as an excerpt you (guaranteed) haven't seen before. Unless you read the interview before I sent this out. In which case, you have. But I digress...

Read the interview, leave some Alien Collective love, you know the drill.

And, just 'cause it's so beautiful, hit Wicked Scribes where they have cover love going for "Alien in the Family" (and who can blame them?).

By then, hopefully I'll have managed to get my TusCon 37 schedule up at BookTour.com. And my mass signing notice (Friday, Nov. 19th) along with some other appearance information. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know I've been slow with all this. But what can I say? I've been busy. (Psst: Finalizing "Alien Proliferation" to go to my editor.)

So, until next time, tune in, check it out, read on, and hang loose!


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Friday, November 5, 2010

WFC Roundup

The fun of World Fantasy Con is that it's a professional business con. There are fans there, sure, but most of the attendees skew to authors, agents, editors and publishers. It's got more of a relaxed attitude, therefore, though everyone's wheeling and dealing, catching up with old friends and making new ones, and generally having a good time. It gives off a feeling of a reunion, with all of the positives and almost none of the negatives.

My panel on EC Comics went really well. It helped that Scott Edelman and Andy Duncan were on it with me, since they're both fun guys, great speakers, and loaded with information. If you're into comics, Mad Magazine, horror, any combination thereof, or any related subjects, check them out! (Note: Despite the "zombie self portrait" on his splash page, Scott's really a sweet, charming, fount of knowledge. And I had to say that or he said he'd eat my brains.)

I got to hang with awesome authors Celina Summers, David Boop, and Marcus Pelligrimas, as well as party with authors Adam Niswander and Jerry Gordon.

And the DAW dinner was loaded with great authors (deep breath, yes there were LOTS of us): Bob Krammes, Benjamin Tate, Saladin Ahmed, Kari Sperring, Josh Palmatiere, Jim C. Hines, Michelle West aka Michelle Sagara, Steven Leigh, S. Andrew Swann, R.M. Meluch, and Laura Resnick. Yes, this was a total who's who, but that's WFC in a nutshell. BTW, if you haven't checked these amazing authors out yet, do so immediately.

Of course, there were plenty of publishers in attendance. In addition to my own beloved DAW Books, Tor/Forge was in attendance (they also threw an awesome party), and Baen Books was there, too. There were also some smaller publishers who really had an impressive array of titles and covers. EDGE/Tesseract -- who were celebrating their 10 year anniversary (and yes, their party was awesome), Elder Signs Press, Titan Books, and ChiZine Publications were there (yes, ChiZine threw a great party, too), all showing off their wares and let me tell you, they have some great books.

By the way, if it sounds like all we did was go to parties and hang out in the bar um...well...yeah. I mean, hey, panels! There were panels and readings! And, um, err, dinners! Yeah, only they were more like parties. Um, the mass book signing was wicked cool! So, see? I did some work. (Actually, considering that my agent is like the Energizer Bunny at these things, I did a LOT of work, but that's a tale for another time.)

Personal highlights:
-- running into Eric Flint, author of, among many other things, Baen's 1632 series, in the elevator, telling him that I'd seen him at Fiesta Con and really loved what he'd had to say. He left the elevator at my floor and chatted with me for a good 15 minutes. He's not only a great author, he's a really charming man who graciously took the time to "talk shop" with a younger author.
-- getting to see L.E. Modesitt, Jr.'s ever-beautiful array of vests. The man can and does totally pull off the look, and he never makes a fashion miscue. He's a dashing, dapper gentleman, and a great writer, too, by the way.
-- being charmed by Englishman Brian Lumly who's not only an amazing author but one of those charasmatic people you just want to be around.
-- getting to meet two of the Alien Collective in person (waves madly to Darlene and Heidi). The book signing was really great, but getting to meet up with Alien Collective members is always the best part for me.
-- getting to impress the hubs that Joe Haldeman was in the audience for my panel, that I got to meet Guy Gavriel Kay, and that I saw Gene Wolfe (albeit from a distance).
-- having a reviewer bring his ARC of Touched by an Alien to have me sign (waves madly to Michael) and then getting to hang out with him in the bar, discussing the pros and cons of the Star Wars movies.
-- lunch with just my wonderful editor and agent and me. It's always nice to get to just hang out with them and yak about anything and everything, without having to share their time.
-- discovering that the people of Columbus, all of them, are really and truly nice. I especially appreciated how nice they were when I, with my usual "flair" for travel, tried to go through the security metal detector with earmuffs and a metal hairclip on, accompanied by a bottle of water and a can of Dr Pepper. What could have been a nightmare ended up pretty much a fun, laugh-filled stop along the way to my gate. I'd honestly like to go back to Columbus and get to see more of the town than I managed (very little of German Town, very little around the hotel, a salt mine from a distance, and absolutely nothing else).
-- the DAW dinner. Not only was it author-filled, but the food was delicious and I had a total blast with Mary Krammes (Bob's wife and my new soul sister).
-- talking comics and pseudonyms with Titan editor Steve Saffel.
-- bonding over earmuffs and other things with Anita Hades (yet another new soul sister) from EDGE publishing.
-- having someone come up to me after the panel to ask me about writing and get tips (waves madly to Craig). It was doubly exciting since Scott and Andy have been doing this a lot longer than I have.

Next year's World Fantasy Con is in San Diego, CA. Yes, I'll be there, with bells on. Honestly, I can't wait. Hope to see some of you there, too, and to have an even longer roundup note for you after, as well. I'm sure that'll mean I have to hang and party with even more cool writerly types, but hey, I'm willing to take one for our team, 'cause that's the kind of girl I am.


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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Busy, Busy, Busy

Well, I was going to do my World Fantasy Con roundup today, but, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, a massive number of deadlines earned at WFC combined with some "fun" computer issues has put me behind, and my roundup isn't ready. I know, I know, crushing disappointment from all, I'm sure, but hey, there's other stuff going on, so let me catch you up quickly on all that, and then, NEXT time, the roundup, cross my heart and hope to be whisked away by an A-C.

What other stuff, you ask? Why our Alien Collective Member in Very Good Standing and "Alien Tango" ARC winner My 5 Monkeys has her review up. And lest anyone think "Touched by an Alien" has been forgotten, Book Crazy Scrapbook Mama has her review going strong. Hit them both, leave some Alien Collective love, you know the drill.

Smootchies and thank yous to Dark Wyrm Reads and Tempting Persephone who are encouraging one and all to take a look at the excerpt from "Alien Tango" that's up on the Deathless Prose page. If you haven't checked it out yet, don't delay! Head over and whet the ol' appetite for Kitty, Martini, and the rest of the gang. And smootchies to all on Twitter and Facebook who are also spreading the excerpt love. Y'all rock!

Speaking of advanced reading opportunities and My 5 Monkeys (ooh, a DOUBLE), check out who's getting to borrow her "Alien Tango" ARC. Congrats to those who are getting to paw the precious! Hope you all enjoy it as much as Julie did!

Site updates are going on all the time in the background. If you've reviewed "Touched by an Alien" or "Alien Tango" (woot!) and don't see your review listed on the Accolades page, let me know so we can rectify.

In Person/Con Reminder: I'll be in Tucson for TusCon 37 from November 12-14th. If you're in or around the Greater Tucson area, try to stop by. I'm doing a large number of panels and, if memory serves, a reading, as well as partaking in the book signing. Plus, many other of my fave awesome authors will be there. You'll be glad you made the trip, I promise.

Also, aspiring authors in the Greater Phoenix Metro Area, don't miss the Fall Writers Workshop at the Scottsdale Public Library on Saturday, Nov. 20th. I'll be there, leading a session with the awesome Erin Quinn on "Two Faces of Paranormal", and there's much, much more. And it's FREE. Chance to meet a ton of authors? Check. Chance to learn a lot? Check. All for free? Double check. So, hope to see you there!

That's it for today. Enjoy the slide to the weekend and keep it alien! Peace out, li'l gangstas!


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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

I'm Ho-ome!

I'm back from chilly but lovely Columbus, Ohio, and, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, boy, is this blog's gonna be filled to bursting with all kinds of stuff! So let's leap into it, shall we?

First off, World Fantasy Con was awesome. AWESOME. My WFC update will be coming, but not today. However, if you want to get a taste, check out awesome author Celina Summers' blog update at Elf Killing and Other Hobbies for an update from the first day. Why weren't there more updates, you ask? Because we were so busy with the awesome, that's why! (Yeah, okay, awesome was and is the operative word. So sue me.)

Speaking of awesome authors, check out The Amber Scott Project and see what Amber's meme looks like -- and check out who she takes some musical cues from!

Next on the hit parade, check out a new review of "Touched by an Alien" over at Cuidado com o Dálmata. Then check out what Alliflash Pack winner Panic in the Lingerie has to say about her swag. Then see what The Geeky Bookworm has to say about her top October reads, and yes, they include "Touched by an Alien". And if you missed it, check out her review at Book Lovers, Inc. as well.

By the way, in case you missed this somehow (hey, it's possible...unlikely, but possible), the Bookie Awards are announced, and "Touched by an Alien" and I are nominated in 4 categories. Very cool!

Wondering where the "Alien Tango" love is? Look no further than at My 5 Monkeys, where you can enter to win a chance to get the lone precious into your hot little hands, at least for a while.

Oh, and speaking of "Alien Tango", remember how I said something was coming today? Well, today is here, and so is the something. Check out my Deathless Prose page, and click on the cover for "Alien Tango" and...well, there, if I tell you, it'll ruin the surprise, won't it? Okay, I'll give you a little hint...it's a taste of things to come.

So, hit the links, read and enjoy, and, until next time, keep it awesome like I know you all do!


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