Friday and Saturday I’m attending the Northern Colorado Writers Conference in Fort Collins, CO. Chuck Sambuchino of Writer’s Market and Guide to Literary Agents Blog fame will be one of our keynote speakers. That’s reason enough to attend right there.
Next week the A to Z blog challenge begins. I’ll be posting every day except Sunday (yes, every single day, but they will be short) and spending a ton of time visiting the other challenge participants. As of the moment I wrote this post, 1,717 bloggers were signed up.
It’s acting like spring outside, so it’s time to get my garden beds composted and my spring veggies started. Last year I planted seeds for leaf lettuce, spinach, and peas at the end of March and they survived two wet, spring snows and matured way earlier than I thought possible.
I’m working on a new manuscript, trying to decide whether to totally rewrite an old one, and waiting to see the cover art for Dead Wrong which is scheduled for release from Five Star/Cengage in November 2014.
And next week I visit the surgeon to have my troublesome knee X-rayed and discuss my options. I’m pretty sure I know what she’s going to say.
What about you? Are you participating in the A to Z Challenge? Attending any conferences or conventions this year? Do you have a garden? And how are your knees doing?