I went downstairs to my computer and found a letter propped up against the screen.
Dear Lily, (That’s what the New York vamps call me.)
Laura and I have gone to Paris for Spring Break. Max has gone to Iceland, but he asks that you keep writing his book. He knows you are not well and wishes that you would use his gift. I told him that you are stubborn and Irish, so you’ll probably live. LOL Okay, that is a joke. Do not be mad. I will bring you something wonderful from Paris.
Please, tell my readers that I have gone to Paris to do research, so I can better answer their questions. “Dear David” will return next week.
Sigh. Well, all I can say is he better bring me something fabulous from Paris.
I want to thank everyone who dropped by on Thursday including those that commented with excellent advice and wonderful wishes how very much I appreciate it.
It’s raining today and I fell grandly inspired. It’s odd that even though my preception is that I’m doing everything slowly. Somehow I’ve managed to write a 1,000 words every day. And I’m extremely happy about Vampire Max’s book. He’s my most riviting hero to date. I absolutely love his adventure and can’t wait to finish. I keep lingering in the love scene. Gee, I don’t know why that is. LOL
Right now, I’m pausing to watch “Julie and Julia”. It’s a lot of fun. An amazing use of parallel stories. I’ve got to prepare for an upcoming party at The Romance Studio for Mrs. Bright’s Tea Room. There’ll be a contest too. Stayed tuned with Nights of Passion to get the details. You can join my newsletter by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org with Newsletter in the subject and get a special invite. I’m off to write now.
Susan Hanniford Crowley