Now that the WOVEN tour is over (does it have to be over?), things will be getting back to normal on this star ship. I'm returning to my weekly posts on Wednesdays, or more if something special pops up. I've had a lot of catching up to do and a plethora of things to take care of that's not related to writing (what else is new?). Still do, but let's cut the chatter and announce our awesome giveaway winners!
AND THE GIVEAWAY WINNERS ARE:
C. Lee Mckenzie
and Sydney Abott
Congratulations! Your package is already in the mail, so your signed copy, thimble, and swag should arrive sometime next week.
Thank you for participating in the WOVEN blog tour & giveaway!
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My schedule has really filled up! I've got something going on every month through September. For those of you who couldn't make it to the launch or the Orem signing, we're signing at the Jordan Landing Barnes & Noble, Friday 27th. See my updated schedule here.
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I want to step beck for a second to thank you, for the millionth time, for how wonderful you have been these last few weeks--for sharing WOVEN across the blogosphere and beyond. The reach was so great that I was not able to keep up with everyone. So if for some reason I never visited your blog during the tour, I am truly saddened. There is only so much a full-time employee and a father of three can do.
From the very foundations of my being, you have my thanks. Michael Jensen is highly appreciative of your time and enthusiasm as well. Thanks for making this the best debut two authors could ask for.
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So what's next for us? I'm in the middle of two big deadlines for two different submissions. We've been asked a lot if there is a sequel to WOVEN. Yes, we are working on one, and we're turning the first 100 pages in to our agent at the end of the month. Simultaneously, my agent and I are prepping my zombie novel THE UNDEAD ROAD for submission at the end of the month as well. It's already done, just need to do what needs to get done to send it to the right places.
Do you think I said "to" too much in that last sentence?
Moving on ...
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I better get back to work. You're wonderful. You're beautiful, and for those of you wanting a recap of LTUE, I'll post that next week.
See you then! :)
How's life been for you these last few weeks? Any news I missed? What are you reading? Have you picked up a copy of WOVEN?
I'm David, and Grodd is coming ...