My guest blogger tomorrow is Jeff Bibbey, author of Off the Mat. His novel involves the ugly truth about troubled kids and drug addiction combined with a great story about young athletes in the sport of wrestling. It’s a book for adults. It’s time we all learned more about the tough temptations today’s kids face. Jeff’s novel is one way to get started.
My Guest Post at Chuck Sambuchino’s Guide to Literary Agents Blog
It was my turn to be a guest yesterday at Chuck’s blog with my post called 10 Tips on Guest Blogging and Blog Tours. I hope you’ll stop by and check it out. There’s a chance to win a signed copy of The Prairie Grass Murders if you leave a comment.
Registration is Open for the Northern Colorado Writers Conference
The conference is scheduled for March 30-31, 2012, at the Hilton in Fort Collins, Colorado. There are a number of excellent authors lined up to teach various topics, four agents and an editor or two to share information on panels and/or take pitches, outstanding guest speakers, good food, networking, door prizes…really, what more could you ask for?
Well, you could ask for a writing contest…and yes we are launching a contest this year called the Top of the Mountain Book Award. You don’t even have to attend the conference to enter.
Those who register for the conference also may attend a free pre-conference workshop to help attendees get the most from the conference experience.
Phew, that’s a lot of links. If you want to do your own navigating of the conference information, just go to the conference homepage and Take the Road Less Traveled.
There’s a Man Who Gives Me Chocolate (and it’s not my husband)…
When I was surprised by a bar of my favorite dark chocolate from a writerly bloggerly friend, I considered it serendipitous to also see this Dying for Chocolate post on Bittersweet Chocolate Cookies: Bittersweet Chocolate Day from Janet Rudolph, Chocoholic. Can you imagine the yummy smells that will come from my kitchen when I try out this recipe? I’ll be sure to let you know when I take them out of the oven.
(Snort…like that will ever happen!)