Friday Updates & Sundry

First off, I want to give a shout out to the World’s Biggest Bookstore in Toronto (and specifically Jessica Strider) for setting me up with a very nice display! (And go here for the matching interview, which can also be read at the display.)

And again, sorry for not blogging as much recently. Sorta taking this month as a bit of a break, but I’ll be back on the ball starting in January. By the way – I owe some contest winners their books – I should be getting all those out on Monday. Got a ton of stuff to mail out, just gotta put it all together.

I was over at Word Whores yesterday talking about how you know when a story is “done.” (Ha ha – if only it  were that easy. Sometimes it really is a gut thing.)

Fox & Willow was updated yesterday as well – and I’ve found a couple of nice reviews kicking around the internet at Krypto Dies and also at Wave Your Geek Flag. It’s really nice to see our humble little comic getting some notice.

Also, the Carniepunk cover will officially be revealed on Monday, so stay tuned for that! (Sorta bittersweet, eh – but I really can’t wait to share this Melanie story with you guys!)

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4 Responses to Friday Updates & Sundry

  1. I finished A Trace of Moonlight yesterday and I just wanted to say that it totally rocked. My daughter hasn’t read it yet, so I got to play ‘neener, neener’ with her, taunting her with the awesomeness that your book was. (Yes, I am that kind of mom, but I did leave my copy where she can get to it, rather than hoarding it like I wanted to.)
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  2. Ruth says:

    Can’t wait to see the cover! I love your writing and can’t wait to buy Melanie’s story! I’m so curious about so many of the characters stories and I just can’t say it enough- I love your writing! Just what everyone who deals with college freshmen and corporate America on a day to day basis needs! Humor and bad ass, yes please.

    • allison says:

      Heh. Thanks! It’s definitely a different sort of story – it’s still first person, but Mel’s got a different voice than Abby, plus it’s from her past, so she’s not quite the laid back person she is in the books. Maybe I’ll be allowed to put up a little excerpt at some point… (Like a few paragraphs or something.)

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