David laughs. “How many vampires does it take to change a light bulb?”
I groan. “Okay, just tell me.”
“None. We can see in the dark.”
“Is that supposed to be funny?” I ask.
“Okay. Ignoring our vampire disturbance, let’s continue. Right now for the love of all the authors and inspiring authors out there, I want to tell you about a great educational opportunity to improve your writing and pitch your novel to editors and agents. It’s called Fiction Fest 2011. It’s put on by Connecticut RWA. Here’s the link to check out the real editors and agents: http://toniandrews.com/FictionFest.htm It’s May 14th in North Haven, Connecticut. It sells out very fast, especially the sign-up for the pitching, so register now. It will be the best one day conference you’ve ever attended. I’ll be there and I’ll be in the booksigning.”
If you love romance books, really love romance, and would love to spend a weekend with romance authors, then the Authors After Dark 2011 convention is for you. This year, the conference is in Philadelphia, August 11-14, 2011. The hotel is booked but there are a lot of hotels in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, NJ, which is across the river. There are still registrations left for romance readers. This is a fun-intense, freebie filled convention. Here’s the link: http://www.authorsafterdark.net/registration.htm I’ll also be signing books here both in print and ebooks.
David is still here.
“What do you want?”
“Oh, is Lily in a bad mood?”
“No. Do you need something?”
“Max knows you are writing his book, and he asked me to come and get the chapters you’ve completed.”
“Hmm. Mason’s your critique partner. I will have a chat with Mason.”
Next thing I know he’s gone. Vampires are like that. “Hmm. I’d better call Mason.”
“So what am I doing now? I’m surfing those waves of love, baby! Just surfing.”
–Susan Hanniford Crowley, aka Lily A. Snow
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