Monday, June 14, 2010

Thanks to M is for Mystery! SoCal, here we come...

Thanks to everyone who came to M is for Mystery yesterday! I loooove that store, and it's so much fun to meet readers face to face! Here's a shout out to Maureen, and Milene, and Brian, and Hannah, and ...drat that rotten memory of mine! There were lots of folks, and it was lots of fun. Of course, I wasn't the only one there -- Carola Dunn was speaking as well (the woman has more than fifty novels to her name -- I feel like such a newbie!) and of course my tour pal extraordinaire, Sophie Littlefield.
(the glamorous life of authors -- thanks to Shay Demetrius for the photo)

Sophie and I are headed to San Diego to speak at Mysterious Galaxy on Friday at 7, and then to Thousand Oaks on Saturday at noon, and Mystery Bookstore Saturday at 3. Hope to see some of you there! (Details are on the "events" section of my website)

Oh, and check out this great review of A Cast Off Coven by one of my fave librarians/reviewers, Lesa Hostene thanks Lesa!

Friday, June 11, 2010

Yay! New website, new blog, new book...

Okay...not exactly a new blog, since we cheated and brought in the old ones. But...sort of. I can't manage to write multiple blogs, and post on Facebook, and Twitter, so I'm going to combine my art forgery and witchcraft blogs from now on.

I'll try to make it clear which series I'm referring to, so if you're allergic to art or witchcraft you won't be exposed ;-)

Right now I'm excited because A Cast-off Coven is a National Bestseller! Woo-hoo! Thanks to everyone for all your support. It's been amazing.

If you're interested in hearing me blather on about the series, my research, and switching from writing traditional to paranormal mysteries, check out these new interviews:


And thanks again for reading! Remember: read early, read often ;-)

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Annie Will Be Back...

Arsenic and Old Paint has a release date! September, 2010 -- though the publisher says it will be available in stores in August. Neat trick -- available before it's published. How does that work, exactly?