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Saturday, August 05, 2006

Thanks For Your Support

I just wanted to thank everyone for making my first release day so much fun yesterday. I was able to hang around the computer pretty much all day until my butt was numb, and I had a blast.

Thanks to Kat for reading Release Me straight through, unable to quit even though she was at work!

Thanks to M.E. for the great review. Appreciate it.

Thanks to my sister in law Kim for reading it. I probably shocked the hell out of her and she'll never look at me the same way again, but oh well. She still supported me!

Thanks to Stacy, Julie, Shelli, and anyone else I'm missing (sorry!) for promoting me on your blog. Love you guys!

Thanks to Crystal for interviewing me and posting it on her blog today. Check it out!

Ok, enough of the awards ceremony speech. I had a lot of fun, I was so glad Stacy came to the Cobblestone chat last night (she was hilarious and we encouraged her to join the fold - I think it worked!). Just too much excitement. Really.

Even though I was so tired, I went on to write around 1,000 words on a short story that's been dwelling in the pit of my brain. Dying to come out. I thought if I just pushed through, let it see the light, it would leave me alone and then I could work on the Harvest Rune story for Cobblestone.

So all in all, a productive day.

I'm over at CataReaders (CataNetwork-Readers-subscribe@yahoogroups.com to subscribe) all day today chatting, so if you want to stop by, please do. I'm giving away a free download of Release Me to anyone who comments so do so! Please!