content225RT was a blast, of course. You need to check out my blog for more in-depth info and recaps. I learned a lot, met a lot of people, signed a lot of cards, laughed and ate too much good food. If you ever have a chance to go, I strongly suggest you do. I took an RT Virgin with me, and she had a blast as well. There is something there that will appeal to every reader, writer, book seller, publisher, beginner. Wherever you are in your career, RT probably has something for you.

Next year it’s in Kansas City. We’re already making plans.

But my nose is back to the grindstone now. If I could narrow down the most important piece of information I took from RT, it would be to write more good books. The best promotion is to have another good book. I just finished a longer contemporary I’m going to submit to Ellora’s Cave, I’m working on a short for Decadent. Book 2 of the Awakening Society is underway (No, I’m not telling you which way!) and the disabled veteran romantic suspense series is still cooking too. Theoretically, I’d like to get 4 books out this year, at least. With a couple of little short stories added into the mix as well.

Damn. That’s a lot. I need to get to work.

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